|American Hamburger–An American Girl in Nazi Germany,
by Helen H. Buchholtz (132 pgs.) perfect bound. ISBN 1-884778-95-X. $11.95
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Second place winner, non-fiction category, at the 2001 St. Augustine, FL conference of the National League of American Pen Women, Inc.
The author has been featured in numerous newspaper reviews, including The Day of New London, CT, the Westerly Sun of RI, and the Daytona Beach News- Journal.
Her book has already been acquired by several libraries throughout the country.
About the Book
In 1938, Helen, the daughter of a naturalized
American mother of German birth and a German father who, as a merchant
seaman, had “jumped ship” to stay in this country, was torn from her idyllic
life in New York when immigration authorities discovered her father's illegal
status. Forced to return to Germany with the hope of gaining legal re-entry
to the U.S., her father decided to include his family in the sojourn, rather
than risk what might entail a lengthy separation.
About the Author