Summary of Werner T. Angress's Witness to the Storm

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55 loans, One at a time
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40 loans, 10 Concurrent loans
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#1 My family was a large, complex one that often caused confusion in my young mind. We were not exceptional, but we were representative of many other Jews who lived in Berlin during the Weimar era.

#2 My father, Ernst Julius Angress, was a Jew from Berlin. He was a salaried employee of a private bank in Berlin. He had begun working there at the turn of the century and by the end of World War I had become the Prokurist, or owners’ representative. In 1932 he took over the bank.

#3 My family was not exceptional, but representative of many other Jews who lived in Berlin during the Weimar era. I detested Sunday clothes, and I was horribly bored on Sunday walks.

#4 My family was not exceptional, but representative of many other Jews who lived in Berlin during the Weimar era. I was not particularly fond of Sunday clothes, and I was horribly bored on Sunday walks.

Publication date
October 07, 2022
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9798350032277
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9798350032277
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1 MB
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