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Carlson, Lewis H., We Were Each Other's Prisoners: An Oral History of World War II American and German Prisoners of War, New York: Basic Books, 1997.

Based on over 150 interviews with prisoners of war during WWII, this book tells the stories of the survivors in their own words. It includes the tale of an anti-Nazi German soldier who refused to fight for Hitler and another prisoner who escaped from his captors three times.

Mueller, Lisel, Alive Together,  Baton Rouge: Louisiana

State University Press, 1996.

This is a collection of Mueller's new and selected poems, including some of those contained in Second Language and her four other books. It compiles 35 years worth of her best work and, as the title suggests, its theme is the miracle of human love, despite all odds.

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