Long-silent eyewitnesses, the Kriegskinder are the last generation
to remember WW2 - but their trauma has been passed on to future
generations, finds this chilling new book.--Diane Smyth "The
British Journal of Photography "
How the children of Nazi Germany remember World War Two: The memories have the patina of childhood: fragmented, vivid, without resolution. They place us, as readers, immediately there. And next to them, portraits of the elderly people whose childhoods we're glimpsing. These are the Kriegskinder, or 'war children' so-called because they grew up in Nazi Germany during World War Two.--Fiona Macdonald "BBC "