By Johanna Moore Baxandall
About the Book:
An artfully crafted narrative of child- and young womanhood in Germany during the Nazi regime. The author, daughter of a beloved, often persecuted Communist father, exposes the conflicted and complex psychology of her early years navigating the political climate of the Third Reich.
“A debut memoir recounts a German child’s perilous life under Hitler’s tyranny. . . A gripping war remembrance told with poetical poignancy.” – Kirkus Reviews