Unforgettable And Deeply Arresting, Let Me Go Is A Haunting Memoir Of World War II That Won T Let You Go Until You Ve Finished Reading The Last Page The Washington Post Book World In 1941, In Berlin, Helga Schneider S Mother Abandoned Her Along With Her Father And Younger Brother Let Me Go Recounts Helga S Final Meeting With Her Ailing Mother In A Vienna Nursing Home Some Sixty Years After World War II, In Which Helga Confronts A Nightmare Her Mother S Lack Of Repentance About Her Past As A Nazi SS Guard At Concentration Camps, Including Auschwitz, Where She Was Responsible For Untold Acts Of Torture With Spellbinding Detail, Schneider Recalls Their Conversation, Evoking Her Own Struggle Between A Daughter S Sense Of Obligation And The Inescapable Horror Of Her Mother S Deeds.
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- 192 pages
- Let Me Go
- Helga Schneider
- 16 May 2017 Helga Schneider