Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943.

Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943.[PDF / Epub] ✅ Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943. By Lotte Strauss – Heartforum.co.uk Originally published in Germany in , Lotte Strauss s Over the Green Hill Personal Memoir, Germany , was begun in as a letter to her daughter It took twenty years to write the complete story, and by Green Hill: eBook ☆ originally published in Germany in , Lotte Strauss s Over the Green Over the PDF/EPUB ² Hill Personal Memoir, Germany, was begun inas a letter to her daughter It the Green Hill: MOBI ô took twenty years to write the complete story, and by then, was no longer a letter, but a bookLotte Strauss was born one year before the beginning of World War I She spent her formative years observing how the mood of Post War Germany turned anti Semitic The Gestapo came for Strauss during October of , stating that she was to join her parents on a resettlement to the east Realizing that to comply, that to take such orders would have dire consequences, Strauss managed to slip out the door of her apartment while the Gestapo s attention was momentarily diverted, and make it to her husband, Herbert in Berlin The Strausses, together, spent the next six months hiding in Germany, planning for their escape, and continuing to evade the Gestapo by just seconds In May they managed to slip across the Swiss border.

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Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943.
    Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943. longer a letter, but a bookLotte Strauss was born one year before the beginning of World War I She spent her formative years observing how the mood of Post War Germany turned anti Semitic The Gestapo came for Strauss during October of , stating that she was to join her parents on a resettlement to the east Realizing that to comply, that to take such orders would have dire consequences, Strauss managed to slip out the door of her apartment while the Gestapo s attention was momentarily diverted, and make it to her husband, Herbert in Berlin The Strausses, together, spent the next six months hiding in Germany, planning for their escape, and continuing to evade the Gestapo by just seconds In May they managed to slip across the Swiss border."/>
  • Hardcover
  • Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943.
  • Lotte Strauss
  • English
  • 10 October 2017
  • 0823219194

7 thoughts on “Over the Green Hill: A German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943.

  1. Lewis says:

    She is a neighbor of mine and as of this date, is still going strong at the amazing age of 98 Over the Green Hill is Lottie s amazing story about growing up as a German Jew in a small town in northern Germany When the Nazis came to power, Lottie moved to Berlin and lived there until 1943 when the Gestapo came first for her parents who were deported and murdered and then for her While the Gestapo had their backs turned in another room in her home, she quietly put on her coat over her night She is a neighbor of mine and as of this date, is still going strong at the amazing age of 98 Over the Green Hill is Lottie s amazing story about growing up as a German Jew in a small town in northern Germany When the Nazis came to power, Lottie moved to Berlin and lived there until 1943 when the Gestapo came first for her parents who were deported and murdered and then for her While the Gestapo had their backs turned in another room in her home, she quietly put on her coat over her nightgown and walked out the back door For the next six months, she went into hiding, helped by some people sympathetic to her situation Eventually, she was guided to the border of Switzerland, where she walked through the forest to eventual freedom The story doesn t end there since she was then imprisoned in Switzerland as a refugee without documentation Anyone interested in the Holocaust should read this up close and personal account of what it was like living in Nazi Germany as a German Jew

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