The other side of the wire / Harold Coyle.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Macon County Public Library||F COYLE (Text)||39493108702996||Adult New Fiction||Checked out||09/16/2020|
|Marianna Black Library||F COYLE (Text)||39493108656291||Adult New Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781633938274
- Physical Description: 296 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Master wings Publishing, 2019
- Copyright: 2019
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Preface -- Part one-1935 Blood and honor -- Chapter 1: Herr Koch's son -- Chapter 2: Hauptsturmführer Richter -- Chapter 3: The bird's nest -- Chapter 4: 'Tomorrow belongs to us' -- Chapter 5: A female problem -- Part two-1938 'Peace in our time' -- Chapter 6: The Sturmbannführer's daughter -- Chapter 7: Passata-solo -- Chapter 8: Mothers and daughters -- Chapter 9: Perfection -- Chapter 10: The price of duty -- Part three-1940 Deutschland über alles -- Chapter 11: About a boy -- Chapter 12: The adjutant -- Chapter 13: To the victors -- Part Four-1942 Sonderbehandlung -- Chapter 14: The conference -- Chapter 15: Adieu -- Chapter 16: "Welcome to Borkow" -- Chapter 17: Selection -- Part five-1943 Arbeit macht frei -- Chapter 18: Fräulein Richter -- Chapter 19: Madame Delome -- Chapter 20: The report -- Chapter 21: The Polish boy -- Part six-1945 Götterdämmerung -- Chapter 22: Settling accounts -- Chapter 23: The forest -- Chapter 24: Rabbi Asher -- Chapter 25: The Russians are coming -- Chapter 26: Fifty-seven DPs -- Epilogue -- SS ranks and their US/UK equivalent -- Glossary of terms and places -- Historical notes -- Acknowledgements
"In 1935 many in Germany saw Hitler as the answer to their prayers. In their eyes he was a man of vision, courage and determination who was ready to lead them out of darkness and into the light, reclaiming Germany's rightful place as a world power. Among them is Hans Koch, a boy of nine who longs to be part of this new world order. It is a dream, however, that is denied him, for Hans is a Jew. When the opportunity to escape his heritage and join others his age in building a new and stronger Germany comes his way, Hans does not hesitate to seize it even though the cost is incredibly steep. The need to deny a religion that has brought him nothing but grief is of little consequence to Hans. Doing so by assuming the role of a girl on the other hand presents him with a dilemma that cannot be easily ignored. Still, in the eyes of a nine year old, anything is better than the persecution he has to look forward to if he does nothing."--from back cover.
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