Senzi by Robert Jagoda
A Woman to Remember

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Senzi" A Woman to Remember is a unique POW memoir from World War 2, reflecting not only on the dangers and suffering of modern warfare, but, more importantly, on the lives of American GIs and German peasants thrown together is a system of forced farm labor. The way they related to one another as the war surged around them brings to the fore the values that, among ardinary people, unite even bitter enemies.

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Published November 1, 2001 by Superiorbooks.Com Inc. 168 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, War. Non-fiction

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As a 20-year-old, novelist Jagoda spent a year as a WWII German prisoner of war in Bebenhausen ("a Swabian hamlet of 300 souls" between Bavaria and Switzerland), and in this short memoir po

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