Third Fence Hardback

A Girl's Journey Through Nazi Europe

by Inge Bleier;

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Third Fence

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In early 1939, after Kristallnacht, young Inge Joseph's family in Germany is broken apart, and her desperate mother sends her alone to Brussels to live with wealthy relatives. But she soon finds herself one of a hundred Jewish children fleeing for their lives following Hitler's invasions of Belgium and France. For a time, in 1941 and 1942, it seems as if Inge and the others have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams, as they find shelter through the Swiss Red Cross in an idyllic fifteenth-century French chateau. Inge even finds love there. But the rumors and horrors of the Holocaust are never far away, and eventually French gendarmes surprise the children, taking them from their protectors to a nearby transit camp. In their desperate attempts to escape, Inge and her boyfriend face unexpected life-and-death decisions - wrenching decisions that will haunt Inge for the rest of her life.;This powerful, never-before-told memoir is based on Inge's own sixty-six-page manuscript, found after her death; David Gumpert has also drawn from Inge's personal letters, from the recollections of friends, relatives, and people who were with her in Europe, and from his own close relationship with his aunt. One of the most dramatic stories of Christian rescue of Jewish children during the Holocaust, "Inge" is at the same time a totally frank account of the life and feelings of a teenage girl struggling to survive the Holocaust on her own - and of how the effects of that experience reverberated through her life and on into the lives of her descendants. No matter how or why one reads it, "Inge" is a story of survival not soon to be forgotten.

Third Fence by Inge Bleier was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in April 2004. The ISBN for Third Fence is 9780802826862.

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Details for Third Fence

Page last updated 11th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formathardback
PublisherEerdmans Publishing Company (April 2004)
Number of Pages277
Thickness28 mm
Height241 mm
Width165 mm
Product Code31128
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