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Peter Sichrovsky Explores the Lives of the Descendants of Nazis.

Peter Sichrovsky. His new book, Strangers in Their Own Land: Young Jews in Germany and Austria Today, is an exploration of the lives and motivations of the European Jews who either stayed or returned to to live in countries whose people brought on them the horrors of the Holocaust. In the introduction, Sichrovsky says that his central question in researching the book was, "What does it mean for a Jew to live in Germany today?" His latest book Born Guilty: Children of Nazi Families explores "the other side."


Other segments from the episode on March 11, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 11, 1988: Interview with Peter Sichrovsky; Commentary on Fats Waller; Interview with Kool Moe Dee; Review of the film "Penn and Teller's Cruel Tricks for Dear…


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