My Amazing Journey: From Germany To Holland To America
From Lotte’s early years in pre-Nazi Germany to emigrations to Holland, then America, this memoir describes Lotte’s life. The book reflects her early experiences in Hitler’s shadow and recounts her trials and joys as she learned new languages and skill sets, helped to support her parents, became a citizen, obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees and raised a family. Lotte also recounts fascinating anecdotes from her career as assistant to her husband, Morris in his veterinary practice. Hers is a tale of surmounting adversity and the building of a satisfying, productive life.
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