Berliner Aufzeichnungen, 1942-1945

TitleBerliner Aufzeichnungen, 1942-1945
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1992
AuthorsKardorff, Ursula von
Number of Pages412
PublisherC.H. Beck
CityMünchen
Abstract

Ursula von Kardorff (1911-1988) reports on her life during the last years of the war in Berlin. Her everyday life under National Socialism, the bombing raids, losses of relatives and friends, her emotional world, fluctuating between fears and lust for life, are vividly put into words. The daughter of the painter Konrad von Kardorff wrote for the feuilleton of the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung at the time, and her circle of friends and acquaintances, some of them aristocratic, also included some of the officers who took part in the assassination attempt on Hitler on July 20, 1944. The book provides an authentic, exciting and special look at the last years of the war and individual experiences.

Translated TitleBerlin records, 1942-1945
Original Publication1962
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