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The author was a Russian Jew living in Berlin during the war. Nov 07, Patrick rated it it was amazing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sep 16, Juliej rated it falsificadog liked it. The writer has a very witty and clever personality and his exploits, pasaortes extremely dangerous, are recounted with such flair and intrigue that you admire him all the more for the things he did. But the most fun one! Much, much more than a fair exchange. It would probably be easier to follow in English translation it’s available in paperback as “The Forger: What Cioma did was alter genuine documents from the original German owners to the new Jewish ones.
Aug 25, Ann rated it liked it.
As a result, it is an interesting story, but it is written rather poorly. Schonhaus was able to forge passes and other docuements, making not only a person who was saved, but a person who did the saving.
Since he avoided the concentration camps it was a bit more mild, although still portraying the unbelievable inhumanity they were treated with. What would you do?
It was no risk to them, they just went to the local Post Office and said they’d lost them. I am glad to know that there were Jews as wwell as Christians that resisted, hid and helped others to avoid ’emigration’ to the death camps. Shows the humanity that existed in characters such as Ludwig and helene etc. May 03, Leslie rated it really liked it. But to the Jews, they were the diffence between being stopped on the street and sent to the camps and being nodded on, with a smile, to go about their daily business.
Since he was blond and blue-eyed many Nazi This book is a memoir of a 22 year old graphic artist who found a unique outlet for his talents.
Feb 29, Jenny rated it really liked it. A good read simplely because of the view it presents. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This is how I like history books, the story of an individual. A remarkable and enjoyable memoir in a grim setting,ultimately very rewarding I wanted so much more. The story starts duringand covers the experience of Schonhaus as he hids at in Berlin, escaping the deportations that too As some other reviews have pointed out, the prose is choppy and at times rough, additionally the tone seems a bit strange.
There are no discussion pasapottes on this book yet. For one who is interested in personal survival under extremely trying circumatances,he will find t “The Forger” is the story of a young German-Jewish boy who finds himself stranded e, Nazi Germany during World War II.
Sep 17, Cheryl rated it liked it Shelves: For one who is interested in personal falsifkcador under extremely trying circumatances,he will find this book a primer in that field.
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He forged documents for people fleeing the Third Reich, and saved hundreds of lives. The whole genre of Holocaust literature inspires horror and revulsion for the Nazis, disgust for the collaborating and enabling Germans and great sympathy for the Jews and other victims of the vile policies of Hitler and his entire morally-bankrupt Klan.
May 07, Karen rated it really liked it Shelves: But he can’t do this alone and through him we The whole genre of Holocaust literature inspires horror and revulsion for the Nazis, disgust for the collaborating and enabling Germans and great sympathy for the Jews and other victims of the vile policies of Hitler and his entire morally-bankrupt Klan.