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The German House by Annette Hess
Well after WWII in Frankfort Germany 1963, Germany struggles to move on from a devastating war but many in the world haven't forgotten nor forgiven the atrocities that happened there. A young woman signs on as a translator to help an investigator with the Auschwitz Trials. She does this against the wishes of her old fashioned fiancee and others but soon finds herself hopelessly drawn into the trial, victims and the defendants. Eva has to confront her own past in order to understand her country's and family responsibility to make amends for the past war. This is a timeless look at tradition and modernism for women as well as a country and people still struggling with the past and their role for the future. Not the usual WWII historical fiction and a must-read for
anyone interested in the German perspective of the war.
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