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by Mark Roseman
On the run for two years, Marianne traveled across Nazi Germany without papers, aided by. .A detective story, a love story, a story of great courage and survival under the harshest conditions, A Past in Hiding is also a poignant investigation into the nature of memory, authenticity, and truth.
On the run for two years, Marianne traveled across Nazi Germany without papers, aided by a remarkable resistance organization, previously unknown and unsung. Drawing on an astonishing cache of documents as well as interviews on three continents, historian Mark Roseman reconstructs Marianne's odyssey and reveals aspects of life in the Third Reich long hidden from view.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 467-475) and index. Marianne Strauss traveled across Nazi Germany for two years with the aid of a resistance organization. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on October 19, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
A Past in Hiding follows the life of Marianne Ellenbogen (Strauss), a Jewish woman who lived underground for nearly two years in World War 2 Germany. The book traces her early childhood in the 1920s to her teenage years in the 1930's as Nazi persecution increased to the decisive moment when she escaped from the Gestapo as her family was being deported to a concentration camp. The book really conveys how one woman and her surrounding family and fiancee were effected and managed to live during Nazi persecution.
A Past in Hiding book. On the run for two years, Marianne traveled across Nazi Germany without papers, aided by a remarkable resistance organization, previously unknown and unsung.
Mark Roseman (born c. 1958) is an English historian of modern Europe with particular interest in The Holocaust. 2001: A Past in Hiding: Memory and Survival in Nazi Germany. at Christ's College, Cambridge, . at Cambridge, and his PhD at University of Warwick Awards. 2001 Jewish Quarterly-Wingate Literary Prize, A Past in Hiding. 2002 Mark Lynton History Prize, A Past in Hiding. New York: Metropolitan Books, ISBN 9780805063264. 2002: The Villa, The Lake, The Meeting: Wannsee and the Final Solution. Harmondsworth: Penguin
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I suspect that this fine book will be remembered as one of the best written about the Holocaust. Its excellence stems from Roseman's analytic, almost psychological, portrayal of Ms. Ellenbogen's childhood and early adulthood.
Mark Roseman is the author of A Past in Hiding and The Wannsee Conference and the Final Solution. He is the recipient of a number of prestigious prizes, including the Mark Lynton History Prize, the Fraenkel Prize in contemporary history, and one of Germany’s foremost literary prizes, the Geschwister Scholl Prize. He teaches at Indiana University, where he is a distinguished professor and director of the Jewish Studies program.
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2002 Mark Lynton History Prize, A Past in Hiding. Eine Frau überlebt im Untergrund. 1992: Recasting the Ruhr 1945-1959: Manpower, Economic Recovery and Labour Relations. Oxford: Berg Publishers,. New York: Metropolitan Books,. Harmondsworth: Penguin,. Published in the US as The Wannsee Conference and the Final Solution: A Reconsideration. New York: Metropolitan Books