Nine Year Old Anna Was Too Busy With Schoolwork And Friends In 1933 To Take Much Notice Of Adolf Hitler S Rise To Power In Her Native Germany But When Her Father Is Suddenly, Unaccountably Missing, And Her Family Flees Berlin In Secrecy, Anna Is Forced To Learn The Skills Needed To Be A Refugee And Finds She S Much Resilient Than She Thought.
Alfred Kerr, had openly criticised the Nazis,who burned his books shortly after the family had fled Germany They travelled first to Switzerland and then on into France, before finally settling in Britain, where Kerr has lived ever since She subsequently became a naturalised British citizen.
- 592 pages
- When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit / Bombs on Aunt Dainty
- Judith Kerr
- 24 November 2017 Judith Kerr