This person brings the author and his wife honey.
This person is a physicist who is very anxious, bitter, and pessimistic.
This person is the Aryan wife of a Jewish man.
This person is a successful doctor who has left Germany and is living elsewhere in Europe.
This person is a professor at the Dresden Technical University.
This person is an Aryan who teaches history and religion and worries about the morality of government officials.
This person is referred to throughout the book by the surname Wieghardt.
This person is the author's maid.
This person, though Jewish, manages to keep her position as a social worker because of her service as a nurse during World War I.
This person is a house builder who appears throughout the book...
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