Find out how my German Uncle rebelled against the Nazis.

Dear friends. Thank you all, for your interest in my family stories and the huge response to the download of my WW1 research book, Mizpah Cousins. To say thank you, my book Betweenwhiles: a family between two wars – a true story of rebellion against the Nazism, is on an Amazon Kindle promotion for one week from today 14 November.To download please click:USA https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B2C3FRBUK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07B2C3FRBEmil Heitmann as a boy in Hamburg 300dpi  Betweenwhiles will reveal how my Uncle, Emil Heitmann (pictured as a young man) and his Jewish friend, Walter Wachter, escaped from a concentration camp and certain death, with surprising help from a Nazi officer. My Uncle states in his memoir, ‘German resistance to the Nazis, was complex‘. Also, find out insight into the social history to the Battle of Cable Street in London. In 1936 the East Enders of London did not let Oswald Mosley and his Black Shirts pass.Emmyand Charlieon holiday in Wales  My mother and father (pictured) were living in London during this time. My mother, a dress designer, played an intriguing role in the Battle of Cable Street. Betweenwhiles is full of many true stories from the Art Deco era and gives an insight into the development of WW2.Please let me know if you have any questions and any feedback you may have. Many thanks for your support of my research. An early download is recommended as the prices increments from 99c (p). Kindest regards Margaret.USA Betweenwhiles: a family between two wars – a true story of rebellion against the NazismUK Betweenwhiles: a family between two wars – a true story of rebellion against the Nazism

4 thoughts on “Find out how my German Uncle rebelled against the Nazis.

    1. Thank you Martin. I am v proud of them. Their story has been my motivation to write. I hope you are able to download my book for 99c. I think you will find my ancestors stories fascinating. Many thanks for your support.

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    1. Thank you. I really appreciate your support. Let me know what you think. The paperback is illustrated and the Betweenwhiles FB page has some of the family photos from that version. You may want to check it out:) Kindest regards, Margaret.

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