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Hitler in Central America : a non-kosher story from the tropics

Author: Jacobo Schifter; Eduardo Saxe Fernández; Paul Boakye
Publisher: Lincoln, NE : Authors Choice Press, iUniverse.com, Inc., ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
Summary:
A novel about Hitler's persecution of Polish Jews all the way to Central America, and how they fought against his plans for their destruction. The novel also reveals these immigrant's internal struggles for their personal liberation with regard to women's and gay rights, both in Germany, Poland, and Central America.
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Genre/Form: History
Fiction
Costa Rican fiction
English fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacobo Schifter; Eduardo Saxe Fernández; Paul Boakye
ISBN: 059517261X 9780595172610
OCLC Number: 234128544
Notes: Translation of: Pagos de polaco : amores y traiciones en los años del nazismo.
Description: xxix, 418 pages ; 23 cm
Other Titles: Pagos de polaco.
Responsibility: Jacobo Schifter-Sikora ; [translated by Eduardo Saxe and Paul Boakye].

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A novel about Hitler's persecution of Polish Jews all the way to Central America, and how they fought against his plans for their destruction. The novel also reveals these immigrant's internal struggles for their personal liberation with regard to women's and gay rights, both in Germany, Poland, and Central America.

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