The Nazi Officer's Wife - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Edith H. Beer
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Chapter Four: The Trap Set by Love

The Nazis redistributed 100,000 radios to Austrian Christians that they had confiscated from Jewish families. Adolf Eichmann was the Nazi assigned to cleanse Austria of all Jews. The Nazis stole from the Jews and encouraged Christian Austrians to steal from their Jewish neighbors as well. In order to escape, wealthy Jews had to sign over everything they owned to the Nazis. The less wealthy Jews had to pay outrageous amounts for tickets out. Sadly, they were often forced to choose which children should go with them and which should stay.

The Jews were restricted in their movements and activities. The chaos did not keep Edith from her studies. Just before the final exam for her doctorate she was told that she was no longer welcome at the university. Eichmann offered up Austrian Jews for $400 a head. Gangs...

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