The Nazi Officer's Wife - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Edith H. Beer
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Chapter Seven: Transformation in Vienna

When Edith exited the train at Vienna she wasn’t wearing her yellow star. She wanted to be free to find out about her mother and wanted to spent time with Pepi and her friend, Christl. She was taking quite a risk. If a Jew was caught without a star it could be a death sentence. At the station, she looked all about and saw no one she knew. Pepi came out of nowhere and kissed and embraced her. She was lost in his love and felt certain that he would save her.

By June 1942, the Germans were expected to conquer all of Europe. She learned that her mother was in the Vartegau in Poland. She asked Pepi to go to Poland with her. But he refused. Edith didn’t have a permanent place to stay in Vienna...

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