Inge's war : a story of family, secrets and survival under Hitler.
Publication year: 2020
Media class: Hardback
Publisher: London : Ebury Press, 2020.
ISBN: 9781529105452 (hbk.) : 16.99
What does it mean to be on the wrong side of history? Svenja's beautiful, aloof grandmother Inge never spoke about the past. All her family knew was that she had grown up in a city that no longer exists on any map: Konigsberg in East Prussia, a footnote in history, a place that almost no one has heard of today. But when Svenja impulsively visits this windswept Baltic city, something unlocks in Inge and, finally, she begins to tell her story. It begins in the secret jazz bars of Hitler's Berlin. It is a story of passionate first love, betrayal, terror, flight, starvation, and violence.
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320 pages ; 24 cm
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