When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit Setting & Symbolism

Judith Kerr
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Berlin

Berline is the capital of Germany and initial home of Anna's family.

Gasthof Zwirn

Gasthof Zwirn is the hotel owned by Herr Zwirn and where Anna's family lives for a time.

Zurich

Anna's family lives in Zurich, a major Swiss City, before they go to France.

Paris

Anna's family moves to Paris after they leave Switzerland.

Ecole Communale

Ecole Communale is a type of French school which Anna and Max attend while they live in Paris.

London

England's capital is London and this is the city where Anna's family travel after leaving France.

Pink Rabbit

Anna's rabbit doll that is, along with her family's other belongings, stolen by the Nazis. Pink Rabbit is a symbol of the attempt by the Nazis to destroy Anna's life and especially her childhood and of her ability to withstand these attempts all the same.

The Daily Parisian

The Daily Parisian is...

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