(1 year ago)
23 Dec, 2022
A Jewish survivor of the firestorm of Hamburg after intense Allied bombing recounts her memories of changes leading up to, throughout, and following the war. As she grew up in Germany, she offers a different perspective on attitudes of anti-semitism from not only Nazi supporters but also Allied troops and others. It is short and as factual as 70 year old memories allow. She does say many of the most intense parts of her story she recorded while they were still being relived nightly in her nightmares.