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Student Question: Life as a Jew in Nazi Germany

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I am a student at Melbourne Girls Grammar school wanting to find some information on this topic above for a school assigment. i am particular keen in hearing from Jewish People who were livng in Gemany between 1930 - 1940.

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Welcome to the forum. You will find several accounts from:

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/GERholocaust.htm

See the accounts of:

Moshe Flinker

Primo Levi

Anne Frank

Janine Phillips

Hugo Gryn

Macha Rolnikas

Eva Heyman

Yitskhok Rudashevsk

Victor Klemperer

Rudolf Vrba

See also the biographies of Jews who joined the resistance:

Mordechai Anielewicz

Adolf Liebeskind

Masha Bruskina

Gole Mire

Justyna Draenger

Witold Pilecki

Shimshon Draenger

Rozo Robota

Haika Grosman

Hannah Senesh

Mendel Grossman

Rudolf Vrba

Josef Kaplan

Yitzhak Zuckerman

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i am particular keen in hearing from Jewish People who were livng in Gemany between 1930 - 1940.

Anna,

You may find the article located at http://www.yoursites.co.uk/mountaintop_mir...f_nazi_rule.htm useful to your research.

It was originally written by a woman named Dorothy Evelyn Stanley, then in her 90's, and subsequently published in Venture Inward Magazine. It covers a great number of issues in the area of German civilian life under the Nazis, both Jewish and non-jewish which include the authors own experiences of the 'Nazi terror' and imprisonment.

Ben Burgess

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