A companion short story to Playing with Matches.
Excerpts from Katharina Ackermann's diary marking the turn of WW2 and of her heart to one special boy.
Enjoy reading this well researched, dramatic story of what it was like to be a teenager in Hitler's Germany. A slightly different perspective than many world war two novels.
This book should be read by all as it gives a true picture of what the German people suffered under Hitler's regime.
A wonderful story of the youth in Germany during WW11. The bond between the characters from their youth to adulthood and their contribution to the war.
Written in diary form from the perspective of a coming of age girl this book bought to reality the heartbreaking life that people actually experienced during those rough times.
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