The Nazi Officer's Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust

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$16.99  $15.63
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William Morrow & Company
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Pages
352
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.9 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
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9780062378088
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About the Author

Born in Vienna in 1914, Edith Hahn Beer lived in Netanua, Israel, until her death in 2009. She and Warner Vetter divorced in 1947. Her daughter, Angela, lives in London and is believed to be the only Jew born in a Reich hospital in 1944.

Acclaimed writer Susan Dworkin is the author of many books, including the memoir The Nazi Officer's Wife with Edith Hahn Beer, the novel Stolen Goods, the novel-musical The Book of Candy, the self-help book The Ms. Guide to a Woman's Health with Dr. Cynthia W. Cooke, and the film studies Making Tootsie and Double De Palma. She wrote the Peabody Award-winning TV documentary She's Nobody's Baby: American Women in the 20th Century and was a longtime contributing editor to Ms. Magazine. She lives in New Jersey.

Bess Myerson now devotes her time mainly to advocacy in the area of women's health research and treatment, consumerism, education, and peace in the Middle East. She is on the National Advisory Board of the State of Israel Bonds, a member of the "Share" Board and a trained facilitator working with ovarian cancer survivors, and one of the founders of the Museum of Jewish Heritage. She lives in New York City.

Reviews

"A beautiful story of survival, an inspiring tale of overcoming fear."--Washington Jewish Week
"In a well-written narrative that reads like a novel, she relates the escalating fear and humiliating indignities she and others endured, as well as the antisemitism of friends and neighbors. . . . Her story is important both as a personal testament and as an inspiring example of example of perseverance in the face of terrible adversity".--Publishers Weekly
"A remarkable story."--Jerusalem Post
"In setting down her own tale of surivival...Edith Han Beer provides a fascinating addition to the testimonial literature."--Dallas Morning News
"This extraordinary book is destined to become one of the best Holocaust memoirs available."--Library Journal