Yale University Press, 2014.
Many would label her life as “unremarkable.”
Luzie Hatch, a German Jewish immigrant, worked for years as an administrative assistant. She lived a quiet life in a modest NYC studio apartment. Many would have considered her life to be unexceptional. But that all changed with the chance discovery of her correspondence.
“Exit Berlin is a powerful and important work that sheds significant light on what one person with determination and imagination could—and could not do—to save those she loved during the critical period of 1933–42.”
-Michael Berenbaum, Professor of Jewish Studies, American Jewish University