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Eine Frau in Berlin (Allemand) Relié – 30 avril 2003

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HASH(0x95ad36e4) étoiles sur 5 Some background information 23 septembre 2008
Par Harold Marcuse - Publié sur
This book was first published in 1954, in English. The author's name was revealed when the book was republished in English and German in 2003. Her name was Marta Hillers (1911-2001). She was a journalist who studied at the Sorbonne and spoke French and Russian as well as German. After marrying in the 1950s she moved to Geneva, where she published a German version in 1959, again anonymously. There is some controversy about how closely the published text matches Hiller's original notes, but the fact of the mass rapes during the conquest and occupation of Berlin is beyond dispute. Hospital records indicate that at least 100,000 women were raped, probably many, many more. German journalist Jens Bisky found that she and the diary's editor, German writer Kurt Marek, had both written articles for minor Nazi publications.
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HASH(0x95ad3354) étoiles sur 5 Eine Frau In Berlin (A Woman In Berlin) 6 mars 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur
This is an excellent testimony of history, the history of civilians at the end of WWII in Berlin, and especially the history of women in a society practically without men.
It is a diary written between April 20 - June 22 1945, whose author has decided to remain anonymous.
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HASH(0x95ad3fa8) étoiles sur 5 Reading the book in its original language 15 janvier 2013
Par mahana - Publié sur
The book is, as I expected, fascinating. I has started to read it in its English version, and while there is absolutely nothing wrong with that version, the original German does convey a more immediate feel of these terrible events
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HASH(0x95ad3504) étoiles sur 5 Not quite 18 décembre 2012
Par Helga Fiedler-Boehme - Publié sur
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A difficult topic - hardly ever described or discussed. An accomplished writer.
This is a diary - hence self-absorbed - and does not pretend to be anything more.

But because of this, it is dwindles into unimportance: It fails to give a valid broader account of the unfolding events in Berlin. It does not allow a glimpse into other women's experiences and attitudes. Therefore, because of the egocentric view-point, the book soon becomes tedious.

Unfortunately, there is also the danger, that it will serve as a prototype all women in that space and time. The majority of women chose not to accomodate and live off the enemy.
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HASH(0x95adc18c) étoiles sur 5 Triumph des Willens 11 juillet 2007
Par mjmcc61 - Publié sur
Some books appeal to your intellect, others to your heart. This one hits you hard right in the gut. The author's shock, fear, suffering and revulsion are delivered relentlessly through her perceptive eyes, with poetic expressiveness and biting wit.

Along with the horrific experiences she recounts, some of the most searing passages are the reflections of her heart and soul. In the original German, they are particularly touching and thought-provoking. Her character, humanity and indomitable spirit transcend the pages that she wrote.

At the end of the nine-week period covered in the diary, I was struck by this true "Triumph of the Will" - the will to survive.
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