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Gerta Author Kateřina Tučková Free read ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read Gerta Author Kateřina Tučková Mpossible forgiveness And one day she will returnSpanning decades and generations Kateřina Tučková’s breathtaking novel illuminates a long neglected episode in Czech history One of exclusion and prejudice of collective shame versus personal guilt all through the eyes of a charismatic woman whose courage will affect all the lives she’s touched Especially that of the daughter she loved fought for shielded and would come to inspi. Down In Texas versus personal guilt all through the eyes of a charismatic woman whose courage will affect all the lives she’s touched Especially that of the daughter she loved fought for shielded and would come to inspi.

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Gerta Author Kateřina Tučková Free read ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read Gerta Author Kateřina Tučková Des of a war that shattered her family and her innocence Gerta must obey the official order she along with all ethnic Germans is to be expelled from Czechoslovakia With nothing but the clothes on her back and an infant daughter she’s herded among thousands driven from the only home she’s ever known But the injustice only makes Gerta stronger empowered and resolved to seek justice Her journey is a relentless uest for a seemingly i. Sometimes the measure of a good book is how long it stays with you I suspect this one will stay with me for a long time to come I did not know the premise of the book before I began it and was unaware of this part of European history The book traces the life of a young woman Gerta and that of her friends We first meet her as a child making friends regardless of ethnic ancestry and unaware of the divisions that would soon form in Czechoslovakia At the close of World War Two she is alone in the world a single mother with a baby Half German and half Czech she is forced to leave the town she grew up in because all Germans were expelled from the city of Brno Following the rise and fall of the Nazi empire Germans are hated and no mercy is given to someone whose passport identity unites them with the ideology of the Nazis Many women children and elderly were killed as they began the journey on foot out of Brno Gerta was one of the survivors of the Death March but for the rest of her life she was treated as an outsider She became suspicious of those around her after all she had experienced betrayal from her own family as well as those she had grown up with I felt that I learnt something from reading this book I learnt about a hidden chapter in history and and I was struck by how the innocent can turn on the guilty and in the end they too may become perpetrators of great crimes I did find the length of this book a challenge and I think it could have been shorter Translated from Czech into English the freuent reference to place names was the only barrier in reading this book I had no reference for these names and at times they made it difficult to remain in the flow of the book I would recommend this book it is a reminder that truth is such a precious value that it should shine a spotlight on evil no matter which side of history it is on

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Gerta Author Kateřina Tučková Free read ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read Gerta Author Kateřina Tučková The award winning novel by Czech author Kateřina Tučková her first to be translated into English about the fate of one woman and the pursuit of forgiveness in a divided postwar world 1945 Allied forces liberate Nazi occupied Brno Moravia For Gerta Schnirch daughter of a Czech mother and a German father aligned with Hitler it’s not deliverance; it’s a sentence She has been branded an enemy of the state Caught in the changing ti. The story and the prose felt a little simple and sentimental to me There is so much already written about WWII and its immediate aftermath that I feel fiction needs to surpass what has come before to justify itself The other issue I struggle with is that fiction about this era seems a bit derivative always when compared with fiction written by those who lived through these times We might be in a historical space where we re too close to the era and we re not yet far enough away in years for something really new to be written about it So what gets written feels sincere to me but also a bit plodding I felt the same way about The Narrow Road to the Deep North and All the Light We Cannot See so the book will probably appeal widely