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Edith H. Beer
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Edith Hahn

Edith Hahn Beer was a young Jewish woman who lived happily with her family in Vienna, Austria, in the 1920s. Edith was a brilliant student who loved school and could never get enough to read. She excelled in elementary school compelling her professor to recommend that she go on to high school – a rare happening in 1920s Vienna. But Edith was not through with education after high school. She attended university and eventually law school. Edith was a free-spirit who no one could stop – or so she thought.

The ominous signs of changed eluded the young carefree woman who had the world by a string. She didn’t take seriously the dubious requirement that the Vienna authorities established – all Jews had to register with the government so they could be easily identified. But that was only the start of bad things to come. The Germans invaded...

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