Diary of an anonymous German girl
The manuscript diary is by a young German girl from the Saarland area of Germany, possibly from a rich, Catholic family. The bulk of the diary pertains to the girl’s personal life and daily activities; however, comments about conditions in Germany during the war are also found in the work.
German Diaries; World War, 1939-1945--Personal Narratives, German; Youths Writings German; Saarland (Germany)--Social Conditions; Saarland, Germany
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