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    Eye catching

    I thought it was a bit sad but then the whole nazi era was beyond words. How selfish were her parents especially her mother, I am just glad she finally climbed back on top of everything
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    Hitlers Forgotten Children

    An insightful story as told by one of those children. The step by step journey back along a path, back through time. Courageously told by one of those children, now a mature professional woman. I am glad I have had the opportunity to read her story.
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    Hitler's children

    What an amazing book. I consider myself to be well read however this situation is one that has been touched on very lightly in novels regarding events that occurred in Germany during World War 11. The author must have had an emotionally crippling life ...... to be stolen from her biological parents and subjected to medical testing to prove her worth as an aryan with the view to germanise her. Her foster parents showed little love which would have been so confusing for the child. I can't imagine what it must feel like to have been one of these children , some of whom bonded with their foster families, to be found and returned to their parents without even being able to speak their language. Another grossly abhorent act by the nazis. Thank you for telling your story, the world must never forget.
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    Hitlers Forgotten Children

    An amazing, moving and humbling story, well worth the read. I learned a great deal about the stolen children and the effect on their lives during a time about which little was known.
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