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Author Mahlendorf, Ursula

Title The Shame of Survival : Working Through a Nazi Childhood
Published University Park : Penn State University Press, 2015


Description 1 online resource (303 pages)
Contents Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- One. My Family and the Nazis, 1929-1936 -- Two. A Small Quarry Town, 1936-1938 -- Three. Kristallnacht and the Beginning of World War II, 1938-1940 -- Four. Today Germany Belongs to Us-Tomorrow, the Whole World, 1940-1941 -- Five. You are the Future Leadership of the Hitler Youth, 1941-1942 -- Six. Between Conformity and Rebellion, 1942-1944 -- Seven. In the Belly of the Beast: The Teacher Seminary, 1944-1945 -- Eight. The Big Wheels are Leaving for the West, January-March 1945
Nine. We Don't Kill, We Heal: The Russian Invasion, 1945 -- Ten. My Hometown Becomes Polish, 1945-1946 -- Eleven. Refugee in the Promised Land of the West: Return to School, 1946-1948 -- Twelve. Finding an Intellectual Home: University, 1949-1954 -- Epilogue -- Books Consulted -- Index -- Back Cover
Notes Print version record
Subject Mahlendorf, Ursula R. -- Childhood and youth
Mahlendorf, Ursula R. (Ursula Renate), 1929-2018
College teachers -- California -- Santa Barbara -- Biography
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, German
Childhood and youth of a person
College teachers
California -- Santa Barbara
Genre/Form Biographies
Personal narratives
Personal narratives.
R├ęcits personnels.
Form Electronic book
Author Mahlendorf, Ursula
ISBN 9780271074924