Nie wieder in Deutschland leben : von Gelsenkirchen, Gera und Fürth durch Belgien, Frankreich, Spanien und mit der britischen Armee wieder nach Deutschland : jüdische Schicksale, 1924-1947 (Book, 1998) [WorldCat.org]
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Nie wieder in Deutschland leben : von Gelsenkirchen, Gera und Fürth durch Belgien, Frankreich, Spanien und mit der britischen Armee wieder nach Deutschland : jüdische Schicksale, 1924-1947
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Nie wieder in Deutschland leben : von Gelsenkirchen, Gera und Fürth durch Belgien, Frankreich, Spanien und mit der britischen Armee wieder nach Deutschland : jüdische Schicksale, 1924-1947

Author: Jack Scott; Julia Nowotny-Iskandar; Erhard R Wiehn
Publisher: Konstanz : Hartung-Gorre, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : German : 1. AuflView all editions and formats
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Memoirs of a Jew born as Jakob Schloss in 1924 in Gelsenkirchen. Scott and his mother joined his father in Belgium in 1938. In May 1940, after the occupation of Belgium by Germany, they fled to France. Scott was arrested on suspicion of espionage, but released after two months. His mother was interned in Gurs and later released, and his father was imprisoned in a labor camp in Haute Savoie; both were deported in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biography
Named Person: Jack Scott; Jack Scott
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Scott; Julia Nowotny-Iskandar; Erhard R Wiehn
ISBN: 3896493434 9783896493439
OCLC Number: 40803590
Description: 191 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Jack Scott ; unter Mitarbeit von Julia Nowotny-Iskandar ; herausgegeben von Erhard Roy Wiehn.

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Memoirs of a Jew born as Jakob Schloss in 1924 in Gelsenkirchen. Scott and his mother joined his father in Belgium in 1938. In May 1940, after the occupation of Belgium by Germany, they fled to France. Scott was arrested on suspicion of espionage, but released after two months. His mother was interned in Gurs and later released, and his father was imprisoned in a labor camp in Haute Savoie; both were deported in 1942 to Auschwitz and murdered there. Scott was hidden by peasants in southern France. In 1943 he fled to Spain and North Africa, where he joined the British army in 1944; after the war he emigrated to England.

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