Geltungsjude: Counted as a Jew in Hitler's Berlin
Author: Fritz Gluckstein
What was it like to live openly as a Jew in Berlin during the Holocaust? Was such a thing even possible? The answers are found in this remarkable story of someone with one Jewish parent and one non-Jewish parent who spent the entire Second World War living in Berlin, doing forced labor and wearing the Yellow Star. Subject to all Nazi regulations except deportation to the east, the position of this Geltungsjude and others like him was precarious, difficult and dangerous.