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Hitler's forgotten children : a true story of the Lebensborn program and one woman's search for her real identity

Author: Ingrid von Oelhafen; Tim Tate; Dorothee Schmitz-Köster
Publisher: New York, New York : Berkley Caliber/Penguin Publishing Group, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First U.S. editionView all editions and formats
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Created by Heinrich Himmler, the Lebensborn program abducted as many as half a million children from across Europe. Through a process called Germanization, they were to become the next generation of the Aryan master race in the second phase of the Final Solution. In the summer of 1942, parents across Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia were required to submit their children to medical checks designed to assess racial purity.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
History
Personal narratives
Personal narratives, Yugoslav
Named Person: Ingrid von Oelhafen; Ingrid von Oelhafen
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ingrid von Oelhafen; Tim Tate; Dorothee Schmitz-Köster
ISBN: 0698409299 9780698409293
OCLC Number: 934769622
Notes: Previously published: London : Elliott and Thompson Limited, 2015.
Description: 1 online resource
Responsibility: Ingrid von Oelhafen & Tim Tate ; with Dr. Dorothee Schmitz-Koster.

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Created by Heinrich Himmler, the Lebensborn program abducted as many as half a million children from across Europe. Through a process called Germanization, they were to become the next generation of the Aryan master race in the second phase of the Final Solution. In the summer of 1942, parents across Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia were required to submit their children to medical checks designed to assess racial purity. One such child, Erika Matko, was nine months old when Nazi doctors declared her fit to be a "Child of Hitler." Taken to Germany and placed with politically vetted foster parents, Erika was renamed Ingrid von Oelhafen. Many years later, Ingrid began to uncover the truth of her identity. Though the Nazis destroyed many Lebensborn records, Ingrid unearthed rare documents, including Nuremberg trial testimony about her own abduction. Following the evidence back to her place of birth, Ingrid discovered an even more shocking secret: a woman named Erika Matko, who as an infant had been given to Ingrid's mother as a replacement child. Hitler's Forgotten Children is both a harrowing personal memoir and a devastating investigation into the awful crimes and monstrous scope of the Lebensborn program. INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS From the Hardcover edition.

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