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I an one of those lucky peas. As a result, it is an interesting story, but it is written rather poorly.

The Forger: An Extraordinary Story of Survival in Wartime Berlin by Cioma Schönhaus

But he can’t do this alone and through him we see a whole network of Jews living a sort of underlife in the cities. Apr 14, Kelly rated it really liked it. Especially since i read this just after returning from Berlin myself i found it fascinating how he survived and learning all about the city.

This is how I like history books, the story of an individual. Roughly written as others have pointed out but the story is amazing and truly inspiring of all the brave people in this book including the author who helped the Jewish people during the war Jan 27, Michael Alders rated it really liked it.

What if you were a Jew in Germany? Like mine, the story of every pea that ended up in the hole would then consist of a series of miraculous coincidences. It would probably be easier to follow in English translation it’s available in paperback as “The Pasaprotes Jun 21, Heatherjoy rated it liked it. I read about half the book. 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.

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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 in Nazi Germany during World War II.

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Since he avoided the concentration camps it was a bit more mild, although still portraying the unbelievable inhumanity they were treated with.

Refresh and falsificadlr again. But the most fun one! Sep 16, Juliej rated it really liked it. The tale, that of a Jew successfully surviving in Germany–mostly in Berlin–untilis not as dark as many such accounts are.

Jan 10, Michelle rated it really liked it. And if they wanted a nice lamp from the house, well, that’s how people are.

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This is not the greatest work of literature, but, boy, is it a great story. Much, much more than a fair exchange. Schonhaus was able to forge passes and other docuements, making not only a person who was saved, but a person who did the saving.

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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.

For one who is interested in personal survival under extremely trying circumatances,he will find this book a primer in that field. Definitely not your typical Holocaust survival book which is, more often than not, an emotional and heartbreaking account of inhumane treatment and tragic loss of family and pasaoortes.

A talented artist, he also helps others by forging Nazi stamps on false identity documents and food rationing books for a network that helped Jews escape the Nazis. A good read simplely because of the view it presents.

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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.

The author was a Russian Jew living in Berlin during the war.