Broken glass, Broken lives:A Jewish Girl's Survival in Berlin, 1933-1945.

Broken glass Broken lives A Jewish Girl s Survival in Berlin Rita Kuhn lived her Jewish childhood and adolescence in Hitler s Berlin surviving a cycle of ever growing dangers for her her family and her friends The people she loved disappeared from one day to

  • Title: Broken glass, Broken lives:A Jewish Girl's Survival in Berlin, 1933-1945.
  • Author: Rita J. Kuhn
  • ISBN: 9780983296065
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rita Kuhn lived her Jewish childhood and adolescence in Hitler s Berlin, surviving a cycle of ever growing dangers for her, her family, and her friends The people she loved disappeared from one day to the next and left no messages, no farewells, no forwarding addresses They were as silent as the graves they never had Their memories remain engraved within her heart.YearsRita Kuhn lived her Jewish childhood and adolescence in Hitler s Berlin, surviving a cycle of ever growing dangers for her, her family, and her friends The people she loved disappeared from one day to the next and left no messages, no farewells, no forwarding addresses They were as silent as the graves they never had Their memories remain engraved within her heart.Years later, an inner voice urged her to put her memory into words In the telling of it, her story of survival grew to bring back those who could no longer speak for themselves They want to be remembered, they do not want their deaths to have been in vain In remembrance the seeds are planted to create a better world for future generations.

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    1. I didn't know what I would be getting into with this book. I have read multiple Holocaust books and have been intrigued by each one in a different way. This one was no different. What I liked about this one was that we were able to see how it was for a young girl of mixed race in Hitler's Germany. Kuhn's mother was German and her father was Jewish so that made Kuhn Jewish in the eyes of the Nazis. There was some let up in the torture and aggravations the Jews received because of her mother but s [...]


    2. I don't normally read books about the Holocaust. They depress me too much. This book however, was different. It was a sober accounting of a time in history, a phase of the war, that is little explored. I felt the feelings and experienced the activities of the young girl, Rita, growing up under Nazi rule with the hindsight and wisdom of a full life lived as a special kind of survivor. Broken Glass Broken Lives explored an aspect of the Holocaust I had not given consideration to: what ever happene [...]


    3. This book was so easy to read, and the author's writing mechanics were excellent. The book was somewhat boring because I could not find the author's soul in her words until the last pages. From this book and many other sources, the horrors that the German Jews suffered at the hand of Hitler and his Nazi party are incomprehensible to me, an American. I know the love and unity of family, but not that of a particular race. The author spoke so often of friends--not family--that impacted her life in [...]


    4. This book is a must read for anyone who believes in the power of peaceful demonstrations to change government strategies. It is even more of a must read for those who do not believe in that power. One cannot help but ask what would have happened if the Germans had protested en masse against the Nazis.




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