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The Good Swimmer

Chloë Daniel: Survival in Nazi Germany

3 November 2016
Gone to Ground: One Woman’s Extraordinary Account of Survival in the Heart of Nazi Germany 
by Marie JalowiczSimon, translated by Anthea Bell.
Clerkenwell, 350 pp., £8.99, February 2016, 978 1 78125 415 8
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... The German word​ for ‘submerged’ is untergetaucht; it’s also the original title of Marie JalowiczSimon’s memoir, which has been published in English as Gone to Ground. The term has come to be used of the 15,000 or so Jews who attempted to remain undiscovered in Nazi Germany during the war – they called themselves ‘U-Boats ...

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