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The shrinking circle : memories of Nazi Berlin, 1933–1939

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The shrinking circle : memories of Nazi Berlin, 1933–1939
Call No: YA 940.53161 W85s

Call NumberYA 940.53161 W85s
Dates©1989
Statement of ResponsibilityMarion Freyer Wolff.
Creators & ContributorsWolff, Marion Freyer (author)
Wolff, Marion Freyer (subject)
SummaryThis autobiographical account of a young girl's life in Nazi Berlin covers the period from Hitler's rise to power through the outbreak of the Second World War. It includes tales of Kristallnacht, the disappearance of friends and relatives, and a family's frantic efforts at emigration. Ideal for junior high school readers.
Contents
  1. 1933
  2. School days
  3. Lehnitz
  4. Yellow benches
  5. 1936: a Jewish secondary school for boys and girls
  6. Sports
  7. The synagogue
  8. 1937
  9. Culture
  10. Changes
  11. Emigration
  12. The numbers game
  13. Life goes on
  14. Kristallnacht: The Night of the Broken Glass
  15. Farewells
  16. Fate
  17. Dissolution
  18. Knapsacks
  19. Momentum
  20. War
  21. The longest day of my life
  22. How do you like America?
Epilogue
Important Dates
Bibliography
Poem recited by Ulla at her confirmation, May 1937
Glossary/Index
Physical Description ix, 133 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York, : UAHC Press
Notes
  • Includes index
  • Bibliography: pages 121–123