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The Frankfurt Kitchen: Forty-One Stories of Growing Up in Post-World War II West Germany

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The Frankfurt Kitchen: Forty-One Stories of Growing Up in Post-World War II West Germany

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The author grew up in Germany during the postwar era, when the United States evolved from a military occupation force to a peacetime cultural power, wielding vast influence in the world through its example as a country aspiring to great ideals, like freedom, equality, inclusion, acceptance of diversity, and generosity. This book tells

the personal story of how the image of America shaped the author's youthful ideas about the world she wanted to live in, as she struggled to make sense of her complicated heritage as the daughter of a Jewish father and a Christian mother, and as an adolescent inheriting the aftermath of the Nazi reign of terror.

ISBN: 9781649529749

ISBN-10: 9781649529749

Publisher: Fulton Books

Publication Date: 11/11/2021 - 12:00am

On Sale: 06/08/2021 - 12:00am

Pages: 308

Language: English

Categories

Europe - Germany

Modern - 20th Century - Holocaust