By Barbara Beuys
Ein zentrales Stück deutsch-niederländischer Geschichte: Das bewegende Porträt der Stadt Amsterdam unter deutscher Besatzung. Beuys erzählt vom Alltag in der größten Stadt der Niederlande zwischen 1940 und 1945: davon, wie die Amsterdamer zunächst versuchen, durch Anpassung das Lebenswerte ihrer Stadt zu bewahren, von der Wut nach den ersten Deportationen jüdischer Mitbürger, von Terror und Razzien, von mutigen Menschen, die das kulturelle Leben der Metropole aufrechterhalten und unter Lebensgefahr jüdische Kinder verstecken. Die Meisterin des historisch-biographischen Sachbuchs verbindet Schicksale von Menschen mit Straßen, Plätzen und Gebäuden der Stadt - Bilder, die sich tief einprägen.
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He spotted it and handed me his rifle. ” I sat down and shot it. We dressed it up and brought it home. It was really something—it sure was to me, anyway—I was beside myself. Ammunition was hard to get for one thing, and I was amazed that he let me shoot his gun. That’s why I knew I better not miss. His gun was an old World War I 30-40 Krag. 22 that I carried all the time and I was pretty good with that. I had killed grouse before but never a deer. On an Indian reservation, you more or less learned to fight before you learned to walk.
The three of us enlisted in August 1942 and stayed together through most of the war. All of us were in the hospital at one time together. All three of us came back after the war. CHAPTER THREE Young Lions, West Earl McClung I was born April 27, 1923, on the Colville Indian Reservation, up in northeastern Washington State. I’m three-eighths Indian. My mother was half Indian, my father was a quarter. During the Depression we were poor but we always had enough to eat. There was always wild game. We always raised a garden.
I can’t do anything about it. There’s nothing to fight. Don Bond I went out of the plane, checked my chute, and heard somebody hollering above me. I looked up and there’s old Blaine knee-deep in my silk. He was looking down at me through the apex of my chute, screaming and hollering. I told him to get the hell off me. He had jumped and came down right on top of my chute. When he did that, his chute collapsed because there was no weight on it anymore. I knew we couldn’t land like that. Even if all went fine, Blaine would fall the length of my chute, about thirty feet, as soon as I hit the ground.