The Uprooted: a Hitler Legacy: Voices of Those Who Escaped before the "Final Solution"

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THE UPROOTED

A Hitler Legacy Voices of Those Who Escaped before the "Final Solution"

Dorit Bader Whiteman, Ph.D.

Foreword by

William B. Helmreich, Ph.D.

PERSEUS PUBLISHING

Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Contents xi
  • Prologue 1
  • Part I - Under Hitler *
  • Chapter 1 - The Moment Our Lives Stood Still 13
  • Chapter 2 - The Tightening of the Noose 33
  • Chapter 3 - Getting Out: the Obstacles 45
  • Chapter 4 - The Sagas of Kurt and Franz 53
  • Chapter 5 - Getting In: the Neighboring Cell 71
  • Chapter 6 - Leaving: Three Vignettes 89
  • Chapter 7 - Kristallnacht: the Beginning of the End 95
  • Chapter 8 - Getting There 109
  • Chapter 9 - Three Odysseys 113
  • Chapter 10 - Die Kinder 127
  • Chapter 11 - They Traveled through the Night 139
  • Chapter 12 - And Most of All Smiles! 157
  • Part II - Before Hitler *
  • Chapter 13 - The Nest 177
  • Chapter 14 - A Certain Style 185
  • Chapter 15 - Reality or Illusion? 195
  • Part III - The Years of Resettlement *
  • Chapter 16 - A Placement, Not a Home 207
  • Chapter 17 - So Many Reasons 221
  • Chapter 18 - Fragments of the Children's Lives 237
  • Chapter 19 - A Meeting of Minds and Hearts 271
  • Chapter 20 - The Long Way Home 289
  • Chapter 21 - Not Yet 297
  • Chapter 22 - Internment 309
  • Chapter 23 - Prison, Italian-Style 331
  • Chapter 24 - The Road Upward 341
  • Chapter 25 - The Farmer and the Taxidermist 353
  • Chapter 26 - The Energy of Youth 359
  • Part IV - The Emotional Aftermath *
  • Chapter 27 - Don't Cry, Grandma! 375
  • Chapter 28 - The Assimilated Outsider 389
  • Chapter 29 - I Am Glad Hitler Missed One 401
  • Epitaph - In Memoriam 415
  • The Respondents 419
  • Questionnaire 423
  • References 431
  • Index 435
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