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1945 - 1946 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY HANDWRITTEN BY A BERLIN POLICEMAN'S WIFE DETAILING DAY TO DAY THE FINAL MONTHS AND IMMEDIATE AFTERMATH OF THE BATTLE FOR BERLIN AND THE RUSSIAN ONSLAUGHT

By: MRS. OTTO ENKE [?]

Price: $8,855.99

Publisher: BERLIN GERMANY, 1945

Seller ID: 0001578

Condition: Very Good


On offer is the stunning, original manuscript relic of Berlin's remaining months in Nazi hands, the eventual conquest and the following months in the German capital from the rare perspective of a German policeman's wife. The woman, Mrs. Otto Enke we believe, wrote her intimate and private thoughts of the very last days of Hitler's Germany and the entire year of 1945 and into 1946. Stranded by her husband and son, left alone under the nightly bombing raids of the last months of 1945 she details the horrors, deprivations and oncoming onslaught of the Russian army whose path she is directly in fr... View more info