Walking with Ghosts: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Vienna Second Printing

Walking with Ghosts A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Vienna Second Printing During a walk to town Elizabeth Welt Trahan allows the memories of her childhood to surface after than a half century first in short disconnected snippets but then and insistently until she is pull

  • Title: Walking with Ghosts: A Jewish Childhood in Wartime Vienna Second Printing
  • Author: Elizabeth Welt Trahan
  • ISBN: 9780820436920
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • During a walk to town, Elizabeth Welt Trahan allows the memories of her childhood to surface after than a half century first in short, disconnected snippets but then and insistently, until she is pulled back into the nightmarish world of Hitler s Vienna where, being Jewish, she barely survived But this is also the story of the maturing process of a youngDuring a walk to town, Elizabeth Welt Trahan allows the memories of her childhood to surface after than a half century first in short, disconnected snippets but then and insistently, until she is pulled back into the nightmarish world of Hitler s Vienna where, being Jewish, she barely survived But this is also the story of the maturing process of a young girl during those shattering times Despite an aloof and insensitive father, a circle of friends that is continually decimated by deportations, and the abrupt ending of a timid first love relationship, she is able to draw strength from the trivial and small pleasures of daily living.

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    1. Yet another unique perspective from WWII. Elizabeth Welt Trahan was a Jew living in Vienna during the war. Afterward, she emigrated to the U.S. and ending up settling in Amherst. She died in September 2009 after traveling much of the world.

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