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I Will Bear Witness: A Diary of the Nazi Years, 1933-1941 - '1935' Summary & Analysis

Victor Klemperer
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'1935' Summary and Analysis

The entries for 1935 aggregate forty-two pages and forty-four entries, including: one entry for July and August; two entries for December; three entries for March and November; four entries for January, April, June, September, and October; and seven entries for February and May.

Many Catholics, Communists, and Jews who have not yet been forced from the employment are asked to resign; coupled with the constant hazing and flimsy offers of retirement compensation, some so resign their posts. Those who refuse to resign are often subsequently fired without any retirement compensation. Klemperer, always fretting about bills and money, hangs on to his position tenaciously, though at the end of April he receives a planned termination notice. At the end of the semester, he is removed from his job and learns that his position will remain open and be filled by a younger man—a...

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