Asylum : a survivor's flight from Nazi-occupied Vienna through wartime France / Moriz Scheyer ; translated, with an epilogue, essay, and notes by the author's grandson, P.N. Singer.
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- ISBN: 0316272884
- ISBN: 9780316272889
- Physical Description: 305 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 22 cm
- Edition: First North American edition.
- Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2016.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
The 'Anschluss' -- Breathing again: Switzerland -- France: beloved France -- Earning the first hundred francs -- The men in berets -- The 'Drôle de Guerre' -- Paris, ghost of an enchanted city -- Paths of the Exodus -- 'Armistice' -- Paris under the German boot -- The French ... and the French -- From 'the Israelites' to 'the Jew' -- Stay of execution -- 'For examination of your situation' -- Hut 8 -- Another stay of execution -- 'Zone libre' -- Voiron -- Nine gendarmes versus five Jews -- Caserne Bizanet, Grenoble -- A toast -- Escape to Switzerland -- A telegram -- Labarde -- Blessed are the poor in spirit -- Nuns -- A glimpse through a peephole -- Music -- Eugène le Roy -- Informers -- In place of a chapter on the Resistance -- They're coming - they're not coming - they're coming! -- The morning of 6th June 1944 -- Summer -- The first step into freedom -- Carlos -- In memory of my comrades from the concentration camp at Beaune-la-Rolande -- The undeserving survivors -- Still in Labarde: but free.
A recently discovered account describes an Austrian Jewish writer's flight from Vienna when the advance of the Nazis forced him from both his home and his job, and his hidden life in France during the war.
Translated from the German.
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