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Escaping the Holocaust: One Family's Flight from Vienna to Shanghai and Beyond
The author's parents were the first of this extended family to escape Vienna before the holocaust. They settled in Chicago where they then helped others escape by providing documents and refuge. They saved letters from cousins and friends and the author's grandparents who got as far as Shanghai on their way to the United States before World War II began in the Pacific. After Pearl Harbor there was little mail for the duration of the war. When the war ended in 1945, Her grandmother wrote regularly and the story was finally revealed from both sides of the ocean. The letters were found in 2007. They have been translated and extensively annotated. Also included are brief memoirs of the escape of other family members and a few treasured recipes.
Finnair - OH-LQB - Airbus A340-313E
Finnair's flight AY 57 departuring from runway 22R at Helsinki Airport for a flight to Shanghai Pu Dong, China. Codeshare flight with Air China International as flight CA 3010. Plane information: Serial number: 835 First flight date: 11.4.2007 Test registration: F-WWJG Delivery date: 25.5.2007 Taken at Helsinki Airport 16.4.2011.
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Local Time At Shanghai: 12:03AM Local Time At Present Position: 11:03AM Local Time At Chicago: 11:03AM ...Jet Lag's gonna be rough!
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This is a vivid and factual account by an eminent Berlin physician of his family's escape from the clutches of Hitler's regime. The comfortable life of a successful and much loved doctor is destroyed when the Nazi government cancels all Jewish doctors' licenses to practice medicine. He has no choice but to emigrate. Dr. Friedrichs then relates in graphic detail how he overcomes the bureaucratic nightmare that the Nazis had created to frustrate all Jews' attempts to escape. He succeeds in bringing his family out, but then suffers eight years of deprivation and illness in Shanghai. There he saves the lives of many refugees by learning to treat unfamiliar tropical diseases, at the same time battling the notorious self-styled "King of the Jews", the Japanese overseer of Hongkew, Mr. Ghoya. Dr. Friedrichs describes these years of exile from his homeland with remarkable insight, maintaining a keen sense of humor even under desperate conditions. After the war he emigrates to America, where he rebuilds his life, practicing in New York for another twenty years. It is a heart-rending report, both personal and historical, full of detailed observations - unlike any other document left to us by those fortunate enough to have escaped Hitler.