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Kristallnacht to Dachau By June Nathan
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It started as an everyday morning in Vienna. But it was 10 November 1938, later known as Kristallnacht. One man's very personal and detailed account of his experience from when he was arrested that... More > morning, to when he was released some two months later< Less
Mein Stern By DL Berner
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A sweeping, intense and suspenseful romantic family saga, filled with action. Share the adventures, and love, of Peter and Bess as they brave not only Nazi oppression and the horrors of... More > Hitler’s prisons and concentration camps, but the prejudice within their own Christian and Jewish religions. From the 1912 Olympics, the battlefields of German East Africa, the boxing rings of Nazi Germany to Hitler’s Kristallnacht: the night of broken glass in 1939, follow the many “stories within a story” in this first book of the Mein Stern trilogy. A rewarding read for more accomplished readers who demand as much of themselves, as they do of the author.< Less
I Am A Piano By Ulla Morris-Carter
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This is the ‘moving’ memoir of an upright piano, made in 1925 in Darmstadt, Germany by an apprentice of Herr Heinrich Steinweg, aka Mr. Henry Steinway. After its trials and tribulations,... More > from Kristallnacht (the night of broken glass) to bombardments of its birthplace, it finally landed in the 1960s in the family of an American foreign correspondent and his German wife. The piano recounts its multiple trans-continental moves from Bonn to Beirut to Athens to America and the turbulent times and journeys of the family up to its current peaceful resting place in Los Altos Hills, California. With its fussy, ‘bourgeois’ pride and limited perspective, this easily disgruntled instrument with sensitive strings concludes, “I am a survivor.” 6x9 PerfectBound, Cream Pages< Less
I Am A Piano By Ulla Morris-Carter
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This is the ‘moving’ memoir of an upright piano, made in 1925 in Darmstadt, Germany by an apprentice of Herr Heinrich Steinweg, aka Mr. Henry Steinway. After its trials and tribulations,... More > from Kristallnacht (the night of broken glass) to bombardments of its birthplace, it finally landed in the 1960s in the family of an American foreign correspondent and his German wife. The piano recounts its multiple trans-continental moves from Bonn to Beirut to Athens to America and the turbulent times and journeys of the family up to its current peaceful resting place in Los Altos Hills, California. With its fussy, ‘bourgeois’ pride and limited perspective, this easily disgruntled instrument with sensitive strings concludes, “I am a survivor.” This is an A5, Perfect Bound with White pages.< Less
The Locksmith By Lafe Metz
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Kristallnacht. Midnight. Sixteen-year-old Kurt Kann hurtles 300 miles across Germany on a motorcycle to protect his family from the unbottled fury of the Third Reich. But he arrives too late. ... More > Kurt finds their apartment ransacked and his family gone. His mother has been brutalized, his little brother threatened with an ax, his father imprisoned in Dachau. With daring and ingenuity, Kurt suppresses his own terror to defy the Nazi regime in a desperate struggle to win his family's freedom and secure passage to America. Years later, as a Sergeant in the 203d Engineer Combat Battalion, Kurt leads his squad onto Omaha Beach. He marches across the continent, leaving dead Germans and broken hearts in his wake. Nothing will satisfy him but a final showdown with the Superintendent who betrayed his family that fateful night in November, 1938. In the battle for one man's soul, will Kurt succumb to blood lust and vengeance, or transcend cruelty and injustice to achieve understanding and something like love?< Less