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What did you make. I'm not sure about the one who sent me. He would go down in history as a monster. Several tried to run away or to steal their freedom, and within a few years, Sarah was as brutal as any other slavemaster in the South.

On her body, the soldiers found a diary and, within, a disturbingly humanizing insight into the minds on the other side of the battlefield. Set up a second time to meet in the same spot.

On the Other Side: Letters to my Children from Germany 1940-46

We are all the same, all equally guilty, and if my entire being was not straining towards a re-union with you, life would be nothing but torture and abhorrence. I've had alcohol before, but never in excess. Nobody could have imagined that this young idealist would ever become a brutal slavemaster, but her letters over the next few years show a young advocate for freedom slowly declining into cruelty.

Crime, he said, was the biggest problem in Africa, especially in black communities. Instead, Ellison copied what his former master had done to him. You did what you needed to do.

She burped again and again, as a total of four scrolls popped from her mouth in green flame and sat on the table. So one's a nickle, the other is a quarter. I'm worried about Trix.

Cider burns my throat, and so I don't care for it. It was kind of a weak lie. Etch and Growl lumbered over to me to look at what I had made.

Put the necklace on.

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With a sweep of the pen, it labels whole nations of people as monsters and villains. For him, all that mattered was making it through his long shifts without getting exhausted. He was so passionately devoted to Great Britain and all it stood for. Tilly struggled with the knowledge that the defeat of Hitler would also mean a crushing blow to her homeland: I often save prefaces until the end of the book, but this is one that you'll want to read beforehand, in order to get a brief bio of Tilli and her family.

Well, once we save the town, I'll have to leave right away. I do understand that W [Wolff, her husband] is deeply depressed, has little hope for his own particular world.

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Today, continuing our week of World War Two diaries, we come to one of the most exciting and original offerings in the Persephone catalogue: On the Other Side: Letters to My Children From Germany, by Mathilde Wolff-Mönckeberg.

Persephone book no. 75, On the Other Side: Letters to my Children from Germany by Mathilde Wolff-Mönckeberg, are letters written (but never posted) by a 60 year-old woman, to her children living abroad, about the experience of living in Hamburg during the war.

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75, On the Other Side: Letters to my Children from Germany by Mathilde Wolff-Mönckeberg, are letters written (but never posted) by a 60 year-old woman, to her children living abroad, about the experience of living in Hamburg during the war.

Discovered in a drawer in the s, they were translated by her daughter, the late Ruth Evans, and first published in England.

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