Stretch - Gunter Nitsch

Stretch

By Gunter Nitsch

  • Release Date: 2010-10-28
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
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In the aftermath of World War II, the author was among those relocated in what may have been the largest forced resettlement of a population in modern history the expulsion of at least twelve million people from the former German provinces of East Prussia, Silesia, and Pomerania, as well as from German enclaves in Eastern Europe. As a result, West Germany's population swelled with the arrival of millions of refugees. With housing already scarce, jobs hard to come by, and religious differences often setting them apart, the newcomers were not always welcomed with open arms.

STRETCH recounts the thirteen eventful years in the author's life following his reunion with his father in Cologne, West Germany, in 1950. With both humor and suspense, STRETCH provides a fascinating glimpse into German life during a period when the country was experiencing a transformative economic recovery, but also at times struggling to confront the shadow of its recent Nazi past.

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