The Red Umbrella: Danish Resistance and Johna's Escape from Nazi Occupation
The Red Umbrella: Danish Resistance and Johna's Escape from Nazi Occupation Description:
Over 99% of the Danish Jews were rescued in WWII by the Danish people. The Red Umbrella is a young girl's memoir of life during WWII Nazi occupation of Copenhagen, Denmark during 1943-1945. Little Johna Christensen lived with a Jewish Mother's family, a Danish Father's family, a birth defect and a Nazi Occupation. It is an astounding story of a complex life including religion, politics, crime, brothels, war, affairs, rescue, redemption and ultimate joy. Women and men of courage and character are forced to be both heroes and villains. It is very different from any other Holocaust story.