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The Nazi Officer's Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust

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Edith Hahn, a young Jewish woman who went underground instead of following orders to a labor camp, reemerged in Munich posing as a Christian working ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of The Nazi Officer's Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust

Overall customer rating: 4.667
Gloria  W

Excellent book

by Gloria W on Aug 7, 2014

An interesting book about the early years of Nazi Reign. The woman was an Austrian who was sent to the work camps. Survived and escaped to marry the officer to survive the war.

Sandra M

Reality in hard times

by Sandra M on Jul 26, 2012

Wel written story line, Left some to the imagination, yet graphic enough to comprehend life for a Jewish woman who wanted to survive the Nazi regime so much that she was willing to pretend she was what she needed to be. Good book for book club discussions.

Nickye

Inside Nazi Germany

by Nickye on Sep 4, 2008

This book gives you an inside view of life in Nazi Germany, told by a Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust by changing her identity. Edith Hahn Beer has a very natural way of telling her story. You feel as if you are living in Nazi Germany yourself!

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