I Can't Forget: A Journey Through Nazi Germany and WWII

* Read * I Cant Forget: A Journey Through Nazi Germany and WWII by Gudrun Koppe Everett Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB. I Cant Forget: A Journey Through Nazi Germany and WWII B. M. said What they dont teach you in school.. This is a very moving story of a WWII refugee who has taken the time to write detailed accounts of her trek for survival. Here and now in the year What they dont teach you in school. according to B. M.. This is a very moving story of a WWII refugee who has taken the time to write detailed accounts of her trek for survival. Here and now in the year 2010, It is hard for me to imagine what it is like to have to leave almost everything behind and f

I Can't Forget: A Journey Through Nazi Germany and WWII

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Rating : 4.84 (797 Votes)
Asin : 141965070X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 212 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-03-04
Language : English

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. She has concertized as soloist and in ensemble both abroad and in the US, as well as taught for over twenty years fine arts at Museums in Massachusetts. By a 400-mile horsetrek and on foot, she and her family fled from the Soviets in 1945. She attended the Handel Conservatory in bomb-shattered Munich and later the L

This autobiography is the voice of a German girl of the Nazi period, and growing into adolescence, she describes a 400-mile trek by horse-wagon and on foot to escape the terror of the advancing Soviets. The author interweaves her memoir with touching human experiences, moments of painful humor - and a surprise happy ending. Yet, with the closing of the 20th century few remaining archives are still opened by witnesses whose voices have not yet been heard. The book reveals historic perspectives of WWII not commonly found in school curricula, nor shown in Hollywood docudramas.. WWII was the bloodiest and most documented war in all history. Her narrative offers glimpses of a courageous young girl and takes the reader through the awfulness of war and post-war conditions of homelessness, famine, refugee camps, devastated bombed cities, and the enormous suffering by millions of displaced Germans

B. M. said What they don't teach you in school.. This is a very moving story of a WWII refugee who has taken the time to write detailed accounts of her trek for survival. Here and now in the year "What they don't teach you in school." according to B. M.. This is a very moving story of a WWII refugee who has taken the time to write detailed accounts of her trek for survival. Here and now in the year 2010, It is hard for me to imagine what it is like to have to leave almost everything behind and flee for your life. This book gives a different perspective about WWII than what you'll read about in most textbooks in school.Surely there are others out there who have their own personal WWII stories and it's a good thing that . 010, It is hard for me to imagine what it is like to have to leave almost everything behind and flee for your life. This book gives a different perspective about WWII than what you'll read about in most textbooks in school.Surely there are others out there who have their own personal WWII stories and it's a good thing that . Alte Adler said One of the best and most honest accounts.. I've just received the book and previewed a few paragraphs leafing through the book. I'm very impressed by the large number of photographs I've never seen published before that so clearly illustrate the times she went through. Of the paragraph or three I've peeked at I can see the author has superb writing skills and detailed memory of the events she witnessed. Of all the books written by civilians that went through these traumatic times hers is one of the top ones. Th. Ole J. Forsberg said The other side of the war. I have just finished reading this book for the third time, and my understanding of World War II grows with each reading. To be sure, this is not a political history book -- the author never intended it as such. This book tells the personal story of a girl as she grew up experiencing some of the time that defined modern Europe.As a scholar well-versed on the political history of World War II, I appreciated seeing the war from the other side -- through the eyes of a Germ

She attended the Handel Conservatory in bomb-shattered Munich and later the Lamont School of Music, U of Denver, Colorado to become a classical pianist who also is a member of the Academic Artists of America. She has concertized as soloist and in ensemble both abroad and in the US, as well as taught for over twenty years fine arts at Museums in Massachusetts. . About the Author About the Author: Gudrun Everett was born in 1931 in Germany and spent her childhood in Nazi-occupied Poland. The author lives with her American husband in Baltimore, where she continues to conduct workshops in fine arts, as well as performs in concert and lecture recitals. By a 400-mile horsetrek and on foot, she and her family fled from the Soviets in 1945

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