Time to Eat the Dogs

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Escape from Nazi-Occupied Europe, Part I

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Refugees leaving Paris after the German invasion, June 1940 (credit: FPG/Hulton Archive via Getty Images).

Ruth Gruenthal talks about her life in Germany as the Nazi Party came to power in the 1930s. Gruenthal and her family – along with thousands of Jewish refugees — raced to escape France when the Germans invaded in the summer of 1940. Gruenthal is a practicing psychotherapist in New York City. She’s also the daughter of the publisher Kurt Enoch who co-founded the New American Library in the United States after World War II.

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Ruth Gruenthal

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