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The Kaminsky cure

Christopher New

The Kaminsky cure

by Christopher New

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jews,
  • World War, 1939-1945,
  • Intermarriage,
  • Nazis,
  • Ethnic relations,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Gabi, was born Jewish but converted to Christianity in her teens. Her husband is a Lutheran minister who, on one hand is a proud Aryan, but on the other hand, the conflicted father of children who are half-Jewish. Mindful and resentful of her husbands ambivalence, Gabi is determined to make sure her children are educated, devising schemes to keep them in school even after learning that any child less than 100% Aryan will eventually be kept from completing education. She even hires tutors who are willing to teach half-Jewish children and in this way comes to hire Fraulein Kaminsky who shows Gabi how to cure her frustration and rage: to keep her mouth filled with water until the urge to scream or rant has passed.--page 2 of cover.

    Edition Notes

    Reprint. Previously published: London : Saqi, 2005.

    StatementChristopher New
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR6064.E847 K3 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination348 pages
    Number of Pages348
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27213766M
    ISBN 101883285674
    ISBN 109781883285678
    OCLC/WorldCa985966921, 915490899

    Official site of Andrew Comiskey, author of Pursuing Sexual Wholeness, Strength in Weakness, Naked Surrender and the Living Waters healing program.   The Kaminsky Cure. Ap Well here I am at five and three-quarters. It’s Christmas in a little Austrian village that’s now part of Hitler’s Third Reich and I’m just beginning to notice things. Like what my brother and sisters are about and why my parents are often crying and my father usually shouting when he isn’t.

    Then the Nazis arrive in Austria. Gabi struggles to protect her family against the ever-tightening vice of persecution and the remorseless approach of the Final Solution. Terrifying yet darkly humorous, The Kaminsky Cure is the story of Gabi Brinkmann's fight to keep .   The Kaminsky Cure. Ap I don’t know it yet, but we are here only because my father’s marriage to his no longer loved or loving Jewish wife cost him his fashionable parish in Germany. No sooner had the Nazis been voted into power there than a trio of brawny Brownshirts turned up on his doorstep and told him to go and find.

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