A strange book. This is not a novel. It is more like a scrapbook of memory of the Nazi era, including but not limited to, holocaust. It goes in many directions - the extermination of the Jews, the inaction of the Catholic church, and the Nazis bizarre 'lebensborn' project, designed to racially fortify the German nation. But it often descends into a thoughtless, hyper-emotional rant. Unmediated accusations of guilt are splayed over everyone, including Jews who were spared extermination and tried to resume their lives after the War, members of the church hierarchy who tried to save Jewish children by baptizing them, and much else. Ultimately all of this is unfair and tiresome. And the lack of a scholarly appartatus means that we do not know what is documented and what is imagined.
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