Eels with Dill Sauce: Memories of an Eccentric Childhood
Selling over a million copies in Germany on its original publication, Ilse Von Bredow's Eels With Dill Sauce is a unique and valuable document of Germany in the more innocent era of the early 1930s with the onset of Nazism still to come.
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