By Desider Furst
Following the Nazi annexation of Austria in March of 1938, Desider Furst, his spouse, and his daughter unexpectedly discovered themselves hunted outlaws, holders of a German passport branded with a pink "J" for Jewish. They escaped from Vienna and finally settled in England, the place they spent the battle years as "enemy aliens." In 1971 they emigrated once again, this time voluntarily, to the us. house is in other places is a dual-voice autobiographical narration by way of father and daughter, recounting the family's displacements, stumbling blocks, and repeated reversals. The studies documented listed here are commonplace of many imperative Europeans whose lives have been extensively and painfully suffering from the Nazis. This book's originality lies in its narrative layout and its revelation of what happened the "lucky" ones simply at the margins of the Holocaust.
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His parents already had converted from Judaism to Christianity, and he had been brought up a Christian, and so had his children. Life would be easier for them. There were many families like his in Vienna. He admitted, though, that he somehow felt most comfortable with his Jewish friends. His thirteen year old son, Thm, who had many Jewish friends, had found out about his Jewish background, had become an ardent Zionist, and insisted on becoming a Jew. The circumcision ceremony that day had taken longer than he had expected, and that was why he was late.
A move always denotes a break and therefore has a bleak aspect, but usually this is balanced by anticipation of a new start elsewhere. We faced a blank. We moved with a few clothes into the apartment of my uncle Robert, who had gone by taxi from prison to the airport, stopping only to pick up three suitcases, stacked one inside the other, all empty except for a large bottle of his favorite mouthwash. The customs and immigration officials at Croydon airport were perplexed by this visitor, but accepted his explanation of his bewilderment.
She knew Desider Furst 29 that we were leaving Vienna because we were unwanted. She had experienced the transformation of our lives, watched our worried faces, and listened to our conversations. She was too young to comprehend fully what was going on around her. She trusted her parents to make the right decisions, and she knew that the reason for all these upheavals was that we were Jewish. When the Nazis had come to Vienna, many things in our lives had changed. We had left our apartment after sending our furniture and dental equipment to England, and by October 1938 had moved into an apartment in a building owned by my eldest brother-in-law.