Unsere Töchter, die Nazinen

Unsere Töchter, die Nazinen[Reading] ➺ Unsere Töchter, die Nazinen By Hermynia zur Mühlen – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Drei Frauenschicksale in Deutschland , verwoben zu einem Roman, der zu einem au ergew hnlichen zeitgeschichtlichen Dokument wurde Hermynia Zur M hlen, in Wien geboren, vermittelt als Zeitgenossin ein Drei Frauenschicksale in Deutschland , verwoben zu einem Roman, der Unsere Töchter, eBook ↠ zu einem au ergew hnlichen zeitgeschichtlichen Dokument wurde Hermynia Zur M hlen,in Wien geboren, vermittelt als Zeitgenossin ein relativ wahrheitsgetreues Bild der Ereignisse im Schicksalsjahr der Machtergreifung der Nationalsozialisten Eine Kleinstadt am Bodensee, Winter bis Sp tsommer Was treibt drei junge Frauen, eine Arbeitertochter, eine Comtesse und eine Arzttochter, dazu, Nazinen zu werden diese weibliche Form f r Nazi hat sich sp ter nicht durchgesetzt Ihre M tter erz hlen parallel aus ihrer pers nlichen Sicht, die jedoch stark durch ihre Klassenzugeh rigkeit gepr gt ist Die jungen Frauen handeln aus Verblendung, irregeleitetem Idealismus, Einsamkeit, aus Pragmatismus und Habgier Comtesse und Arbeitertochter besinnen sich und durchschauen rasch den faschistischen Betrug mit tragischen Konsequenzen Tief unter die Haut geht die Erz hlung der Frau Doktor Feldh ter Deren Tochter Lieselotte bleibt Nazine Die Stimme des B rgertums eine der wesentlichen St tzen des Nationalsozialismus, enth llt psychoanalytisch das Unbewusste einer ganzen KlasseDie einzelnen Geschichten der M tter stehen unkommentiert f r sich Diese Erz hlweise und die rein weibliche Perspektive heben Zur M hlens Roman von anderer antifaschistischer Literatur ab Er gilt als H hepunkt ihres schriftstellerischen Kampfes gegen den Faschismus Bald nach dem Erscheinenin Wien wurde das Buch von den Nazis beschlagnahmt und die Restauflage vernichtet Mit dieser Neuauflage wird dieses in Vergessenheit geratene Werk gew rdigt nicht nur als lesenswerter Roman, sondern auch als historisches Dokument Zahlreiche Fu noten die problemlos berlesen werden k nnen geben historische Detailinformationen Ein ausf hrlicher Anhangteil berichtet ber das Leben und die Arbeitsbedingungen der Autorin, diein England, dem Land ihres Exils, starb Doppelt lesenswert Irmgard Kirchner. This is an extremely scary book It embodies how the Nazis came to power, lured people in, stayed in power and how they treated their people Hermynia Zur M hlen herself could not have written this book during the war if she had still lived in Germany it s too provoking, too anti Germany No, for her opinions she was already forced to flee in 1933 The terror of what she must have lived through even that early in the Nazi s rise to power seeps through the pages.This book is told from the point This is an extremely scary book It embodies how the Nazis came to power, lured people in, stayed in power and how they treated their people Hermynia Zur M hlen herself could not have written this book during the war if she had still lived in Germany it s too provoking, too anti Germany No, for her opinions she was already forced to flee in 1933 The terror of what she must have lived through even that early in the Nazi s rise to power seeps through the pages.This book is told from the point of view of three women, who all get two chapters each Kati, the countess Agnes and doctor s wife Martha Feldh ter All three have daughters, which can be concluded from the title, who all three end up with the Nazis Kati and Agnes however are fighting against the Nazis, while Martha grows to sympathize with them in the end At the end of the book, both Kati s and Agnes daughters have turned their backs on the Nazis, whereas Martha and her daughter Lieselote have joined the Nazis after deliberately not joing a party until they knew they would be on the winning side and have grownandpompous Especially Martha enjoys her new status as big woman in the town, and fully agrees with what the Nazis are doing 10 men are pursuing one communist and beating him to death Why, there s nothing wrong with that And the other doctor in town, he s a Jew, he should just get the hell out of here He doesn t belong here Stealing German houses and patients from a German doctor, who does he think he is Plus, I want his house Why doesn t he leave I wish there wereJewish stores in town It s so much fun to boycot them But why should the Jews and foreigners boycot our stores and export Don t they see how many people are hurt by these things How many of them lose their jobs It s incredibly uncivil of them And there s really something wrong with the things they sell in Jewish warehouses I mean, I bought this dress last summer I gained sixteen pounds, and then it ripped What nonsense, it should not have been allowed to rip, the sixteen pounds are completely unrelated Let s just say, I didn t get along with Martha so well While reading her chapters, I was steaming beause of injustice and anger How many people have for selfish reason misused the Nazi power How many people have for their own personal gain, compelled 6 million people to die The book, like mentioned before, also shows why people were initially taken in by Nazi Germany How Hitler got his votes What he promised, and why people believed in that And then it shows that the scales are falling from people s eyes, and it s a horrible read These old people, who grow cold and grim, for worry about their kids, because of the sickening atmosphere in the whole of Germany And then the kids, who know no fear, know it may well be over tomorrow and don t seem to care.If we cut out the chapters from doctor s wife Martha, the book was inspiring It showed people and quite often women learning that the Nazi regime was wrong, it showed people and again, mostly women, since so many men had been killed or captured taking up arms in their own way and fight It moved methan words can say.Hermunia Zur M hlen had finished writing this story before the war had ended Yes, they know in the story that Germany was going after Austria, but England had not yet invaded, Russia hadn t done anything yet, and as far as these people seemed to know, Germany had not yet attacked other countries And already the atmosphere in the town was killing, and very tense Despite all that, the last lines of the book say we will rebuild Germany We will build it up again We have already started rebuilding It was simply incredibly beautiful