A Crack in the Wall: Growing Up Under Hitler

Front Cover
Fromm International Publishing Corporation, 1982 - History - 242 pages
1 Review
The author recounts his family's life during Hitler's rise to power and shows how even those who were not Nazis, helped make the success of fascism possible

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Crack in the Wall

User Review  - beentsy - Goodreads

Strange and vaguely awkward feeling when reading this book. Like I was peeping through someone's windows. That said, it was a very interesting view of what life was like for a relatively average family in Germany during WWII. Read full review


A place Like Eichkamp
Requiem for Ursula
Ten Years Later

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

Bibliographic information