To be a Jew in Berlin: The Letters of Hermann Samter, 1939-1943

Edited by Daniel Fraenkel

NIS 98.00
NIS 73.50

What was it like to be a Jew in Nazi-dominated Berlin, to have no freedom of movement, to be forced to wear a Yellow Star and watch friends be transported or commit suicide? The group of 19 letters left behind by journalist Herman Samter, head of the classified section of Jüdisches Nachrichtenblatt, the last Jewish newspaper to remain active after Krystallnacht, is a rare historical document of Jewish Berliners in the shadow of deportation and death.

Products specifications
Year 2012
ISBN 978-965-308-4
Catalog No. 807
No. of Pages 128 pp.
Size 14X21 cm.
Format Soft Cover
Publisher Yad Vashem
Translator Bronagh Bowerman
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