An Invisible Country

An Invisible Country

Book - 2005
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A memoir about the author's grandfather, his father, and himself, places his life in the historical and emotional panorama of the "invisible country" surrounding Anhalt, Poland, near Auschwitz, where his reactionary grandfather served as pastor of the German congregation in that village, and later chose to look away as his Jewish neighbors disappeared.
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Paul Dry Books, Inc., 2005
Edition: 1st Paul Dry Books ed
ISBN: 9781589880221
Branch Call Number: 943.186 W116i 2005
Characteristics: xiii, 254 p. ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Unsichtbares Land

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