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Author Rosmus, Anna.
Title Out of Passau. English
Out of Passau : leaving a city Hitler called home / Anna Elisabeth Rosmus ; translated from the German by Imogen von Tannenberg.
Imprint New York : Open Road Integrated Media, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource (481 pages)
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Subject Rosmus, Anna.
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
Rosmus, Anna.
Women -- Germany -- Passau -- Biography.
National socialism -- Germany -- Passau.
Immigrants -- Washington (D.C.) -- Biography.
Germany -- Passau.
Washington (D.C.)
Genre Biographies.
Contents Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Contents; Chapter 1: Americans in Lower Bavaria; Chapter 2: Hitler at Home in Passau; Chapter 3: Volunteer Soldier Turns Priest; Chapter 4: The Blue-Eyed Girl; Chapter 5: A Miraculous Rescue; Chapter 6: Childhood in Passau; Chapter 7: Encounters in America; Chapter 8: A Different Kind of City Tour; Chapter 9: The Concentration Camp Next Door; Chapter 10: The DVU and a Rabbi in an SS Uniform; Chapter 11: You Won''t Be Stealing Anything around Here! -- Chapter 12: Journey to the Consulate; Chapter 13: U.S. Veterans Open Their Photo Albums.
Chapter 14: Christmas in WashingtonChapter 15: Where Strangers Are Not Unwanted; Epilogue; Illustration list; About the Author; Copyright.
Summary The provocative and harrowing account of how one woman life was turned upside down after efforts to uncover her hometown complicity in the Nazi regime turned a city against her. Born in Passau in 1960, Anna Rosmus grew up like most of the small Bavarian city middle-class residents. Nestled along the Danube in southern Germany, Passau is a pleasant tourist destination known for its historic buildings and scenic views at the intersection of three rivers. But at twenty years old, Rosmus stumbled upon a much darker, long-buried history linking her hometown to the Nazi efforts during World War II. In 1994, just before the fiftieth anniversary of the end of the war, she set out to commemorate the forgotten Holocaust victims who had died in Passau, expecting to be greeted with little resistance. What she encountered instead was an obstructionist city council, a virulently resentful local population, and an unsettling degree of latent anti-Semitism.
Other Author Tannenberg, Imogen von, translator.
Other Title Print version: Rosmus, Anna Elisabeth. Out of Passau : Leaving a City Hitler Called Home. Newburyport : Open Road Media, ©2014