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4.0 out of 5 stars The horror goes on...., 11 Feb 2014
Amanda Jenkinson "MandyJ" (Cheltenham) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Out of Passau: Leaving a City Hitler Called Home (Kindle Edition)
Anna Rasmus was born in 1960 in the pleasant middle-class town of Passau. Aged 20 she began to realise that her hometown had a dark past, and was inextricably linked to the Nazi regime. Hitler even spent some time there himself. When she began to investigate what had happened there during the war she met only hostility and a deep reluctance to face the facts. This motivated her to delve even deeper and it wasn’t long before she became a committed activist and has since devoted her life to revealing the atrocities perpetrated in her native town and surrounding area and to campaigning for the commemoration of all who suffered there.
This book is the follow-up to her first memoir Against the Stream and is an extremely interesting account of Passau during the war as well as a chronicle of her own family. It’s another important addition to Holocaust literature, and one that is both readable and engaging, although inevitably heart-rending and frequently shocking.
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