Table of Contents for Johanna Kraus: Twice Persecuted Surviving Nazi Germany and Communist East Germany, translated by Carolyn Gammon and Christiane Hemker Introduction | Freya Klier 1. My Home 2. After My Apprenticeship 3. Dancing Was My Life 4. Deportation and Return 5. Our Unusual Wedding 6. Imprisoned for "Defiling the Race" 7. Forced Labour and Sterilization 8. In Prison in Dresden 9. In the Women's Concentration Camp, Ravensbruck 10. The Death March 11. After Liberation 12. The Eisenacher Hof 13. My Mother Died in Theresienstadt 14. "That Johanna Krause--She's Dangerous!" 15. Jail for Me, Jail for Max 16. The Years Grow Quieter 17. At the End of Life Appendix and Acknowledgements
Born and raised in New Brunswick, Carolyn Gammon moved to Berlin in 1992. Her poetry, prose, and essays have appeared in anthologies in North America and Great Britain, and in translation. She is co-author of the Holocaust memoir Johanna Krause, Twice Persecuted (WLU Press, 2007). Christiane Hemker lived in various German cities before moving to Dresden in 1993. Her field is archaeology, in which she is widely published. Her volunteer work with union and social politics, focusing on women's rights, introduced her to Johanna Krause and her story.