Out of the Hitler Time: When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, Bombs on Aunt Dainty, A Small Person Far Away Paperback – 7 Oct 2002
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Acclaim for When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit:
‘… a compassionate introduction to the whole subject of World War II…’ Books for your Children
‘… an extremely exciting adventure story…’ Daily Express
‘… a charming and touching book, often very funny…’ Daily Mail
‘… exact, intelligent and unsentimental.’ Sunday Telegraph
From the Back Cover
Anna was a German child when she had to flee from the Nazis before the War. By the time the bombs began to fall she was a stateless adolescent in London, and after it was all over she became a happily married Englishwoman who thought she had put the past behind her.
This omnibus edition of the three volumes of Judith Kerr’s Hitler trilogy, tells her story beginning with the rise of Hitler in 1933 through to her return to Berlin years after the war.See all Product Description
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I would recommend this trilogy to anyone who enjoys a nice, easy read on a Sunday afternoon :) read it, it will stay with you for a long time... <3
I believe semi autobiographical, this book is a very enjoyable insight into the life of a WW2 child refugee.
Although he had opposed Hitler openly and in writing, like so many German refugees from Nazi Germany, Kerr's father was unable to obtain work in Britain, so life was hard for the family. Yet this beautifully-written book, told initially through a young child's perspective, is without rancour.
Each book in the trilogy traces different stages of Kerr's early life and the first part is now used as a text book in German schools to explain what life was like for many there during 'the Hitler Time'.
It's based on the experience of the author's childhood. It's starts of as a Jewish girl named Anna who has everything in the world she needs. Her dad is a very rich writer. Then Hitler comes along wanting to rule over Germany. So they have to escape to Switzerland to live quite poorly but travel with Anna and her brother Max into a lot of adventures and tragic moments that you will never forget.
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Arrived on time safely and very well packaged. Goods looked exactly as described in their column. Was very happy with everything. Thank you.Published 1 month ago by George Viscas
I read "when Hitler stole pink rabbit" when I was a kid and loved it. Good to read the rest of her story. Topics covered are more adult as Anna gets olderPublished 4 months ago by joh
An autobiography suitable for both children and adults. It's the story of the author's move from Germany to France to England because of the war, and having to learn two new... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chris
A honest look through the eyes of a child at the second world war. How initially to the children it was an adventure and how it turned to completely impoverished reality . Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book is so good that I have ordered it in paperbook as well as originally readng n on my Kindle ! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer