Journal of a young Ulster student - both naive and deeply wise - as the visits Germany between the wars and tels of what she saw. it is followed by two long and intensely moving letters written after... More > the war by one of the German friends she had visited, detailing the horrific dilemmas that she, an ordinary German, had faced under Nazism Although it has proved impossible to trace the current copyright holder, the editor is confident that the writer would wish her experiences to be known, and trusts that any surviving rights holder will contact her care of Callender Press.
The book is edited by the author's eldest daughter, Ruth (Ruth Finnegan, also known as the dream story-teller Catherine Farrar). Further background is given in the same author's fascinating 'Reaching for the fruit: growing up in Ulster (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/reaching-for-the-fruit-finnegan?keyword=reaching+for+the+fruit+finnegan&store=ebook)
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