Solidarity and Treason by Lisa Fittko
Resistance and Exile, 1933-1940 (Jewish Lives)

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The author describes her life in exile after being forced to flee Berlin because of her anti-Nazi activities.

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Fittko fled to France in 1941, settled in Cuba for a time, and immigrated to the United States in 1948. She is active in the peace movement. Roslyn Has Translated Works by Botho Strauss and Lisa Fittko, Among Others
Published December 14, 1993 by Northwestern University Press. 160 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, War, Literature & Fiction, Travel. Non-fiction

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Freya von Moltke believes this is a mistake: ‘I know my husband didn’t think that way.’ Whatever the truth, middle-class resistance groups were often anti-feminist and authoritarian and saw themselves as the natural rulers of their country: the Kreisauer Kreis was opposed to attempts to assassina...

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