Lotte Strauss (author)
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Between 1942 and 1943, Strauss and her husband hid in Berlin to avoid arrest by German authorities . They were finally able to flee to Switzerland with the help of her uncle Ludwig Schöneberg. In 1946, the couple had a daughter, Jane Helen. That same year, they immigrated to the United States, moving to New York.
The film We Were German Jews (1981), directed by Michael Blackwood, followed Strauss and her husband as they fled Germany.In 1997, Strauss published Over the Green Hill: Personal Memoir, Germany 1913-43.
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- Lotte., Strauss (1999). Over the green hill : a German Jewish memoir, 1913-1943. New York: Fordham University Press. ISBN 9780823219193. OCLC 44955626.