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Published on May 7, 2013
Hidden for more than 50 years, a daughter's heritage is revealed to her when she finds her mother's secret journal from the time she was in the Bund Deutscher Maedel (BDM). The opposite of the Anne Frank Diary,.
"Cynthia A. Sandor brings history to life without sacrificing accuracy. She is significantly breaking new ground by chronicling the hidden history of the emotional toll that World War II exacted on the Bund Deutscher Mädel (BDM) girls who participated in the Landjahr Lager (Country Service Camp) program, and those who loved them. I did not think there was anything good or fresh to say about the Hitler Youth to the modern world and Sandor has proven me wrong---very wrong indeed. This is such an important and engaging piece of work that should become a valuable part of WWII history. Thank you for writing "Through Innocent Eyes -- The Chosen Girls of the Hitler Youth." Andres K. -- Salzburg, Austria