Nina Willner talked about her book Forty Autumns: A Family’s Story of Courage and Survival on Both Sides of the Berlin Wall, in which she recalls her mother’s decision to leave her family and escape to West Germany during the Cold War. Years later, Nina would become the first female U.S. Army intelligence officer to lead intelligence collection operations in East Berlin, where her grandmother, her mother’s sister, and her cousin remained. close
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