The respected historian and prolific author traces his youth as an assimilated, atheistic Jew during the early years of the Nazi regime, his family's increasingly urgent emigration in 1939, and his lingering ambivalent feelings toward Germany and the Germans. UP.sketchy autobiographical essay titled aquot;At Home in Americaaquot;; the title was accurate enough a by then I had felt at home in ... There was no need to talk about my prison time in the Nazi Reich to my family, who, of course, knew all about it. So didanbsp;...
|Title||:||My German Question|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1999-10-01|