German & Jew: The Life and Death of Sigmund Stein

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Quadrangle Books, 1967 - Jews - 339 pages
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a must read for anyone interested in,
or has been touched by the holocaust.
intense; incisive; myriad minutiae details of life
on the way to death in a small german city
on the border of hell. unsentimental,
unsensational; just the facts as well
as they can possibly be known from
imperfect memories and even then the
author always gives you two ways,
or more, to evaluate each cruel/human nuance.
 

Contents

Jewish children in a Hessian village
3
Doctor Jungmanns Boarding Home
27
The Kaisers gift
40
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