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Vrouwen, hoeden en Hitler por Trudi Kanter
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Vrouwen, hoeden en Hitler (edição 2015)

por Trudi Kanter

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A true story of a Jewish Austrian hat designer who rescued herself and the businessman she loved during the 1938 Nazi invasion, seeking safety amid the horrors of World War II Europe.In 1938 Kanter was a hat designer for the best-dressed women in Vienna. She frequented the most elegant cafs. She had suitors. She flew to Paris to see the latest fashions. And she fell deeply in love with Walter Ehrlich, a charming and romantic businessman. But as Hitler's tanks rolled into Austria, the world this young Jewish couple knew collapsed, leaving them desperate to escape.… (mais)
Membro:Langshan
Título:Vrouwen, hoeden en Hitler
Autores:Trudi Kanter
Informação:Amersfoort BBNC (2015), 272 pagina's.
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De verbazingwekkende reis van Trudi Kanter een Oostenrijkse jodin, wier moed, vindingrijkheid en doorzettingsvermogen zowel haar als haar geliefden veilig de bezetting van Europa door Hitlers nazis doorloodste is een herontdekt meesterwerk. In 1984 werden de opmerkelijke memoires van Trudi Kanter gepubliceerd door N. Spearman in Londen. Grotendeels ongelezen, werd de oplage uit de handel gehaald tot het in 2011 werd herontdekt door een Britse redacteur. In 1938 is Trudi Miller een verbluffend mooie vrouw, chic, charmant en een hoedendesigner voor de best geklede vrouwen in Wenen. Ze bezoekt cafés. Ze heeft vrijers. Ze vliegt over de wereld om de laatste mode te zien. En ze wordt verliefd op de charmante en romantische zakenman Walter Ehrlich. Zodra Hitlers tanks eerst Oostenrijk en later Wenen binnenrijden, stort de wereld in die het jonge joodse paar zo liefheeft en moeten ze wanhopig op zoek naar een manier om te overleven. Vrouwen, hoeden en Hitler is een betoverend, waargebeurd verhaal dat zich afspeelt in Wenen naar Praag naar Londen, waar Trudi veiligheid zoekt voor zichzelf, haar man Walter en hun familie te midden van de horror die Europa overspoelt. Vrouwen, hoeden en Hitler werd geschreven in onopgesmukt proza dat je raakt tot op het bot, waarmee Trudi Kanter haar onuitwisbare verhaal met de wereld deelt.
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Aan de vooravond van de Anschluβ, de Duitse annexatie van Oostenrijk in maart 1938, ontmoet de aantrekkelijke joodse hoedenontwerpster Trudi Kanter haar toekomstige echtgenoot Walter Ehrlich. Het geluk lijkt haar toe te lachen, maar de opmars van de Duitse nationaalsocialisten maakt een einde aan haar succesvolle carrière en zorgeloze leven in de societykringen van Wenen. Ze begint een speurtocht naar manieren om Oostenrijk te ontvluchten. Door hun internationale connecties bereikt het kersverse paar met vallen en opstaan Londen. Kanter laat ook haar ouders overkomen. In Groot-Brittannië is het gedaan met het weelderige leven. Walter en vader Kanter worden zelfs geïnterneerd, de twee zouden immers politiek gevaarlijke indringers kunnen zijn. Dit autobiografische verhaal publiceerde Kanter in 1984 en verscheen in 2013 voor het eerst in een Nederlandse vertaling. En nu als gebonden uitgave op klein formaat in de reeks van Colibri. Afwisselend in de tegenwoordige en de verleden tijd en gebruikmakend van veel dialogen beschrijft Kanter haar herinneringen aan de ontsnapping uit haar geboorteland. Kleine druk.

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  Langshan | Dec 21, 2019 |
This was a both charming and scary telling of one woman's experience escaping Austria ahead of the Nazi holocaust. Trudi was a milliner in 1938 Vienna, she designed hats and owned a successful business. Her concern about the impending troubles in Europe however she could not leave without her boyfriend and her parents. Her efforts with various embassies finally resulted in getting everyone out safely just before the Jews were rounded up. The story continues in London and describes the horror of living with bombing and the growing distrust of the English people. I found one quote particularly relevant as it echoes the sentiments of Americans concerned with immigrants today.

Written in the present tense for the most part, this was a fast and compelling read. Another thing that was cute was how she always noticed what women wore even as they were fleeing for their lives. There were a lot of words for fabrics that I was unfamiliar with but it didn't matter to understanding the story. ( )
  mamzel | Sep 9, 2016 |
Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler: A True Love Story Rediscovered by Trudi Kanter

★★★★

Amazon Synopsis: In 1938 Trudi Kanter, stunningly beautiful, chic and charismatic, was a hat designer for the best-dressed women in Vienna. She frequented the most elegant cafés. She had suitors. She flew to Paris to see the latest fashions. And she fell deeply in love with Walter Ehrlich, a charming and romantic businessman. But as Hitler’s tanks rolled into Austria, the world this young Jewish couple knew collapsed, leaving them desperate to escape.

This memoir may not be the most elegantly written but it’s a good one. Trudi’s sentences are often chopped and short. Since she wrote this nearly 50 years after the events, it’s fairly obvious she writes only what she remembers. There’s snippets of information here and there, no fluff added in. The facts are there and despite it all she recollects a decent amount. I thought this was a great read. A hidden gem. This book was first published in the 1980s but quickly forgotten until it was found and republished in 2011. This isn’t a memoir just about survival but about love and what one will do to save those they love.
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  UberButter | Feb 9, 2016 |
What a find! What a story! If this was fiction it would be wonderful but the fact that all this really happened makes it shocking and inspiring too. The language is very simple which tends to slightly trivialize the story but it works eventually. The first person account of everyday life in Vienna is very moving and evocative. How the freedom and ease taken for granted was so rudely jerked away almost overnight, is terrifying. It reminds us how momentous events can change the smallest parts of our lives. The account recorded in this book must have had thousands of echoes across Europe. Thankfully, this one was written and discovered. ( )
  rosiezbanks | Jul 11, 2014 |
Recommended by Greg Mortimer.

This memoir was published in England in the author's 80s and has been "rediscovered" and reprinted more recently. I read the first ~30 pages and was interested but not hooked. The verb tense changes frequently, sometimes within a single sentence, which was mildly irritating but not confusing.
  JennyArch | Apr 12, 2013 |
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A true story of a Jewish Austrian hat designer who rescued herself and the businessman she loved during the 1938 Nazi invasion, seeking safety amid the horrors of World War II Europe.In 1938 Kanter was a hat designer for the best-dressed women in Vienna. She frequented the most elegant cafs. She had suitors. She flew to Paris to see the latest fashions. And she fell deeply in love with Walter Ehrlich, a charming and romantic businessman. But as Hitler's tanks rolled into Austria, the world this young Jewish couple knew collapsed, leaving them desperate to escape.

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