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5 edition of Childhood in Germany during World War II found in the catalog.

Childhood in Germany during World War II

the story of a little girl

by Karla O. Poewe

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by E. Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany
    • Subjects:
    • Poewe, Karla O,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, German,
    • Children -- Germany -- Biography,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Children -- Germany -- Biography

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKarla Poewe.
      SeriesStudies in German thought and history ;, v. 4
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD811.5 .P528 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination222 p. ;
      Number of Pages222
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2033056M
      ISBN 100889463549
      LC Control Number88008956


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Born in Germany inshe was a young girl there during World War II. In this compelling memoir, she recalls her townspeople's forced evacuation from their homes in Falkenau, eastern Germany, as the invading Russian army approached, in early Months of homelessness followed, bringing danger, starvation and disease/5(10).

These are typical in the stories collected in The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II. For this book Wolfgang W. Samuel, a childhood refugee himself after the fall of Nazi Germany, interviewed twenty-seven men and women who as children--by chance and sheer resilience--survived Allied bombs, invading armies, hunger, and chaos/5(35).

Nearly three decades years after her death, the truth about the actress's challenged childhood in Holland during World War II has come to light in a new book.

Each product we feature has been. At just nine years old, Germany had invaded Poland, induring the World War II. Poland was the home country of Yehuda Nir.

ByNir's father was arrested. Soon after the Germans executed him along with many innocent people/5(5). These are the Kriegskinder, or ‘war children’: so-called because they grew up in Nazi Germany during World War Two. “One day I am at.

Get this from a library. Childhood in Germany during World War II: the story of a little girl. [Karla O Poewe]. These are typical in the stories collected in The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II.

For this book Wolfgang W. Samuel, a childhood refugee himself after the fall of Nazi Germany, interviewed twenty-seven men and women who as children--by chance and sheer resilience--survived Allied bombs, invading armies, hunger, and chaos/5(26).

World War Two was the first war when Britain itself was the target of frequent attacks by the enemy. With the success of the Battle of Britain and the suspension of ‘Operation Sealion’, the only way Germany could get at mainland Britain was to bomb it.

This occurred during the Blitz and seemed to reinforce the government’s decision to introduce evacuation (what the.

Prior to writing 'James and the Giant Peach,' 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' 'Matilda,' and more, Roald Dahl was a fighter pilot and Author: Tim Ott. Hans Herda - retired math professor and Yiddish Book Center volunteer - shares his childhood memories of Germany during World War II.

To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit. Childhood Memories of World War Two As A German In Germany Watch now: Full Oral History Interview. Hans Herda - retired math professor and Yiddish Book Center volunteer - shares his childhood memories of Germany during World War II.

A Polish Girl's Stolen Childhood During World War II by Krystyna Mihulka; Krystyna Poray Goddu Chicago Review Press Children's Nonfiction Pub Date 01 Jan I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Krysia through the publisher and Netgalley.

Krysia was a little girl when Germany and Russia on Krysia invaded Poland and suddenly life as she knew it /5. In “Twenty-Three Years: Childhood, War, Escape” (Independent, pgs., $) — Monk describes a life experienced by many others of her country just to survive the Nazi induced World War Author: Wilford Kale.

Germany During World War II: A Child's Experience By Trudy Hamilton - 2 of 3 - American Boeing B Flying Fortresses over Germany Stuttgart is an industrial city and once the Americans came into the war we got bombed a lot more than before. The Americans only fought about nine months but by then the war was in full Size: 72KB.

German Childhood During and After World War II: Refugees. My book is about my childhood, I was one of these refugees but not in the state described below.

Author: Karla O. Poewe. Germany, Hitler, and World War II Essays in Modern German and World History. state building and nationBildungin Poland during the Great War.

First World War Studies, Vol. 4, Issue. 1, p. CrossRef; studies in twentieth-century German and world history illuminates the nature of the Nazi system and its impact on Germany and the world Cited by: The Battle for Food in World War II of the war years in her new book The Taste of War: World War II and the Mahlendorf recalls in her memoir about her Author: Jesse Rhodes.

Although there are many articles published about World War II in Germany, not too many touch on the personal aspect of what it was like growing up as a child during the war.

For those of you that are interested, this article may be for you. World War II interrupted Anneros Valensis childhood. Born in East Germany inshe was just six years old when the war and its fallout struck her and her family.

In Where is Home. she shares the story of how she survived the miseries of war. World War II and the Holocaust have been studied by historians and political scientists more than any war in history. Their conclusions about what caused them are that Germans were simply obeying Hitler, a case of “mass hypnosis” by one man: “Historians are, rightly, nearly unanimous that the causes of the Second World War were the personality and the aims of Adolf Hitler”.

These are typical in the stories collected in The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II. For this book Wolfgang W. Samuel, a childhood refugee himself after the fall of Nazi Germany, interviewed twenty-seven men and women who as children--by chance and sheer resilience--survived Allied bombs, invading armies, hunger, and : University Press of Mississippi.

World War II interrupted Anneros Valensi's childhood. Born in East Germany inshe was just six years old when the war and its fallout struck her and her family. In Where is Home. she shares the story of how she survived the miseries of war.

This book focuses on non-Jewish German children (and children living in areas "annexed" by Nazi Germany) and how the war and its This book is a little different from a lot of World War II books I've seen in that the focus is very specifically NOT on Jewish children and how they were affected by the war/5.

Anne Frank was born Anneliese Marie Frank in Frankfurt, Germany, on Jto Edith Hollander Frank () and Otto Frank (), a. These are typical in the stories collected in The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II.

For this book Wolfgang W. Samuel, a childhood refugee himself after the fall of Nazi Germany, interviewed twenty-seven men and women who as children--by chance and sheer resilience--survived Allied bombs, invading armies, hunger, and chaos.

The Second World War brought many changes to the lives of children in Britain. For some, the war was a time of fear and confusion that meant separation from families, the destruction of a home or even the loss of a parent. However, for others, these years were the most exciting and happiest time of their lives.

This book also reports the Allied mass murder of the German people after the end of World War II during which the Allies—led by General Dwight D. Eisenhower—murdered approximately million German prisoners of war through intentional starvation and exposure to the elements.

Probably a minimum million ethnic Germans expelled from their. Adolf Hitler was leader of the Nazi Party who rose to become dictator of Germany. Hitler used his power to orchestrate the deaths of 6 million Jews and millions of.

The histories of modern war and childhood were the result of competing urgencies. According to ideals of childhood widely accepted throughout the world bychildren should have been protected, even hidden, from conflict and danger. Germany was known as the Weimar Republic during the years to It was a republic with a semi-presidential Weimar Republic faced numerous problems, including hyperinflation, political extremism (including violence from left- and right-wing paramilitaries), contentious relationships with the Allied victors of World War I, and a series of failed attempts Capital and largest city: Berlin, 52°31′N 13°23′E.

During World War II, the Nazis kidnapped tens of thousands of children and forcibly "Germanized" them. Afterward, they were left to grapple with their trauma alone. Now, a book. An illustrated timeline of key events during World War 2 including pre-war events cited as its causes.

Before the official beginning of WW II, a number of countries began to act in an aggressive and warlike manner. Adolf Hitler opened the first concentration camps as early as and became the “Fuhrer” or sole dictator of Germany in Education - Education - Nazi Germany: After Adolf Hitler’s accession to power inthe Nazis set out to reconstruct German society.

To do that, the totalitarian government attempted to exert complete control over the populace. Every institution was infused with National Socialist ideology and infiltrated by Nazi personnel in chief positions.

Hans Herda, who grew up in Germany during WWII, recalls his mother describing a roundup of citizens which took place at the town hall. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit. Inhe wrote the second of his two children’s books, ‘The Barbary Pirates’ which is a book on 19th century pirates.

During World War II, he wrote a series of short stories that were based on the war. ‘The Nightmare’, published the following year, was a famous novel that was based on the events in Nazi Germany.

Then one day in he showed up on our doorstep in Hamburg, looking haggard and lost. He had been in a prisoner of war camp in Siberia. I was 17 at the time; Helmut was about His mother, my grandmother, was often with us—she had lost her husband in World War I and during the years of World War II had managed to stay in her house near.

The war became tiresome and Irmgard realized she had been robbed of a significant part of her childhood. This book is a quick read, but whether you are a grizzled veteran of World War II books or a neophyte this is a book that gives you the war from a different viewpoint (a child).5/5(5).

The war of our childhood: memories of World War II. [Wolfgang W E Samuel;] -- A collection of personal recollections in which men and women share their stories of survival during World War II.

Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # World War, Children--Germany\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. These are typical in the stories collected in The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II.

For this book Wolfgang W. Samuel, a childhood refugee himself after the fall of Nazi Germany, interviewed twenty-seven men and women who as children—by chance and sheer resilience—survived Allied bombs, invading armies, hunger, and chaos. Title:Children and War: A Personal Perspective on Childhood in World War II and Post-war Germany VOLUME: 2 ISSUE: 4 Author(s):Guenther P.

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Pohlmann. Woman will recount a childhood during World War II. “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak, which tells the story of a young girl living with a foster family in Germany during World War II.

Author: Cindy Cantrell.LibraryThing Review User Review - JanaRose1 - LibraryThing. Well written and engaging, this is the story of Ilse, a German girl during World War II. Although her parents do not believe in the Nazi rhetoric, they are forced to "play along" to survive.5/5(1).When Books Went to War is a WWII social history perfect for book lovers.

During the war years book publishers, libraries, and the American public responded to this great conflict by donating millions of free books to US troops across the world. Early in the war the Victory Book Campaign collected millions of books in nation-wide book drives.