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1 Rothenberg, Fritz-Guenther Doomed To Live - An Epitaph to a Great Love
Lewes, East Sussex The Book Guild 1991 0863326544 / 9780863326547 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 
A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped. The author was born in Danzig, where he practised as a barrister until Nazi persecution forced him to flee to England, arriving three weeks before the outbreak of war, where eventually he was released from internment and entered the catering business, rising to managerial status in the Grand Metropolitan chain. This biography tells of his marriage of convenience so that he can find domestic employment and his subsequent internment on the Isle of Man hastens the arrangement's failure and he begins to work towards a reunion with his wife and son, the family from whom the political situation in Germany had imposed his divorce. From his earliest days as a boy soldier at the end of the First World War to the present, life's harshest experiences have not daunted his stoical acceptance of hardship and his story is told with uncompromising honesty and fortitude. 
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2 Rothenberg, Fritz-Guenther Doomed To Live - An Epitaph to a Great Love
Lewes, East Sussex The Book Guild 1991 0863326544 / 9780863326547 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 
A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped. The author was born in Danzig, where he practised as a barrister until Nazi persecution forced him to flee to England, arriving three weeks before the outbreak of war, where eventually he was released from internment and entered the catering business, rising to managerial status in the Grand Metropolitan chain. This biography tells of his marriage of convenience so that he can find domestic employment and his subsequent internment on the Isle of Man hastens the arrangement's failure and he begins to work towards a reunion with his wife and son, the family from whom the political situation in Germany had imposed his divorce. From his earliest days as a boy soldier at the end of the First World War to the present, life's harshest experiences have not daunted his stoical acceptance of hardship and his story is told with uncompromising honesty and fortitude. 
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