Divided Lives: Jewish-Christian Women in Nazi Germany
Cynthia Crane is the author of Divided Lives: The Untold Stories of Jewish-Christian Women in Nazi Germany, published by Palgrave.
Cynthia Crane spoke about the experiences of ten women of partially Jewish background who lived in Nazi Germany. She talked about the discrimination and persecution they and their families suffered under the Nuremberg laws, as well as their efforts to understand themselves and their identities in the light of their experiences. Following her remarks, she answered questions from the audience.
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