Outcast: A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin
In 1933, when she is ten years old, Inge Deutschkron, a Berliner, learns she is Jew. Branded with a yellow star, she becomes an outcast in her native city. Here is her courageous story of life in the underground of a starving, bomb-ravaged city.
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