Surviving the Fire: Mother Courage & World War II

Seattle, WA: Open Hand Publishing Inc., 1989. First Edition. First? Printing. 146, illus., map, DJ worn, soiled, and edge tears/chips. Lilo Klug, a peace activist and Green Party representative on the city council at Heilbronn, in Southern Germany, has gathered together the recollections of 19 German women who, after 30 years of silence about their war experience, begin to discuss then write about their memories of the Second World War. The author, formerly a member of the Nazi Jungmadchen organization, subsequently became a member of the Green Party, a pacifist, and a peace activist. Condition: very good, fair.

Keywords: Gestapo, Compulsory Military, Persecution, Heilbronn, Prisoner of War, POW's, African-Americans, De-Nazification, Feminism

ISBN: 0940880237

[Book #43911]

Price: $31.50

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