Aaron Rodgers. The Big Time by Aaron Frisch

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From the British National Archives). 29 30 Chapter Four teachers had remained, for the young ones had long since been drafted or were now involved in civil defense efforts. The old ones had nothing but contempt for the Hitler regime, but they didn’t dare show it because now we were in a “total war” and the principal was a party stalwart—his main job was to produce more soldiers, fast. Except for principal Gehmlich’s political harangues, discussion of politics in school was strictly taboo. Our surroundings and the occasional air-raid alarms were almost disregarded.

Everybody helped himself to my potato chips, and they were gone in no time. Apparently everybody was starving, and some men allegedly had started to eat grass. Symptoms of typhus and cholera were appearing among some of the men. All the wounded or sick had been picked up by American trucks and transported somewhere else. It crossed my mind that perhaps I should play sick and try to get out of these dismal surroundings that way. But first I’d have to wait to see what would happen the next morning.

You don’t understand anything about this yet. ” Father said that he, as a child, and Mother, as a child, didn’t have all the many advantages and conveniences we were enjoying and that the world was in a great upheaval with an uncertain outcome. But whatever the future, there would be always tasks for the prepared and opportunities for the diligent. So “stick your nose in the schoolbook. ” And we sighed, and agreed. Chapter Three Growing up Fast YOUTH WANTS TO BELIEVE AND BELONG If it hadn’t been for my youth at the time of World War II I’d be dead today, because I had been reared in a world where the highest fulfillment in life was to die for my fatherland.

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