Life from the Ruins
By Fritz Jaensch
An Accounting of My Childhood and Youth in Germany and USA
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This is an autobiography written as an eye witness account by a child/youth/young adult growing up in the terrible times of growing Nazi-ism in the Germany of the 1930’s, followed by the terror of World War II. Life went on as usual with only brief interludes of realising that life in Germany was moving ever closer to madness. In a terrifying scene Fritz’s Mom is taken always from Fritz and his sister by GESTAPO officers who arrested her for helping a Jewish friend escape the certain death of remaining in Germany. For her kindness Fritz’s Mom paid with three brutal years in prison and the loss of her family.
- 112 pages
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