Father/Land by Frederick Kempe
A Personal Search for the New Germany

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One of America's most respected foreign correspondents intertwines a groundbreaking exploration of the New Germany with a disquieting odyssey into his own family's past. The result is a brilliant, unorthodox, provocative work of observation, insight, and commentary.
 

About Frederick Kempe

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Kempe is editor and associate publisher of The Wall Street Journal Europe and the founding editor of Central European Economic Review.
 
Published May 10, 1999 by Putnam Adult. 339 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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Kempe, editor and associate publisher of the Wall Street Journal Europe (Siberian Odyssey: A Voyage into the Russian Soul, 1992), has written an engrossing account of the new Germany of the 1990s while delving deeply into his own German-American history, a history in which he discovers some distu...

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