Cold War Memories: A Retrospective on Living in Berlin

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About the author:
Yoshika is a high school teacher and adjunct math instructor in Texas. She and her husband Ivan have four wonderful children: Ivan III, Nathan, Anastasia and Christian. Trisha is a published author and single mother of two wonderful children, Kiernan and Kaylin and the aunt of one wonderful niece, Jasmine.

Cold War Memories: A Retrospective on Living in Berlin

A City Divided--Memoirs of U.S. Dependents in Berlin

Authored by Yoshika Loftin Lowe, Trisha A. Lindsey
Assisted by Anastasia Lowe, Nathan E. Lowe
Edition: 1

What do you think of when you hear the words Cold War? Iron Curtain? Berlin Wall? Have you ever thought about what it was like to be an American teen living behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War? Can you imagine what it was like to be a teenager attending a US military high school in a Communist country?

The authors spent four years collecting and then compiling stories from Americans who lived in Berlin from the post-war period until a few years after the reunification of Germany (1946-1994). This book chronicles that unique history of those who refer to themselves as Berlin Brats.

Publication Date:
0692307885 / 9780692307885
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
7" x 10"
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / Europe / Germany

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