Stella

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - History - 382 pages
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In all of Holocaust literature there has never been another book like this: Haunting, deeply personal, as exciting as a spy novel, it is a non-fiction Sophie's Choice. Stella Goldschlag was blond, beautiful, and seductive, but she was also Jewish, and in World War II Germany, that could be fatal. But somehow she was transformed into a tool of the Gestapo, a collaborator in Hitler's Final Solution. Now one of her childhood friends finds out how, and why. 16 pages of photos.

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STELLA: One Woman's True Tale of Evil, Betrayal, and Survival in the Holocaust

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A chilling exploration of the moral complexities of survival in an insane world distinguishes this unusual and deeply disturbing Holocaust tale. Far from the stereotypical Nazi collaborator, Stella ... Read full review

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The Memory
13
Stella
20
Berlin Boy
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Copyright

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