The Nazi Officer's Wife - Chapters 12 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Edith H. Beer
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Chapter Twelve: Surfacing

The Russians had fairly accurate records of those who were Nazi loyalists. There was a labor crunch so those individuals who could prove they were not members of the Nazi party or had no allegiance to them were needed in the job market. In September 1945, because of her education, Edith went to work as an attorney for the district court. She was given old cases to study so she could reacquaint herself with legal practices. She worked for Herr Ulrich who had lost his position because he refused to join the Nazi Party.

Eventually, she became a judge in the family court. Edith joined at organization called Victims of Fascism. The membership consisted of communists and Jews who had survived by staying undercover and using false identification during the war years. Although their origins were varied and their stories unique...

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