Adiós, Shanghai

Moving from Paris to Dresden to Shanghai, Wagenstein chronicles the lives of European migr and refugees in WWII Shanghai. Elisabeth and Theodore Weissberg, a German mezzo-soprano and her German-Jewish violinist husband, flee Dresden to eke out an existence in Shanghai's burgeoning Jewish ghetto...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Wagenstein, Angel, autor (autor), Nikolov, Vent︠s︡eslav, traductor (traductor), Wagenstein, Angel (-)
Format: eBook
Language:Castellano
Published: Barcelona, España : Libros del Asteroide S.L.U [2013]
Series:Digitalia Hispánica.
Libros del Asteroide.
Online Access:Conectar con la versión electrónica
See on Universidad de Navarra:https://innopac.unav.es/record=b46717444*spi
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Summary:Moving from Paris to Dresden to Shanghai, Wagenstein chronicles the lives of European migr and refugees in WWII Shanghai. Elisabeth and Theodore Weissberg, a German mezzo-soprano and her German-Jewish violinist husband, flee Dresden to eke out an existence in Shanghai's burgeoning Jewish ghetto, which ends up 30,000 strong as the Shoah begins. Hilde Braun, a German-Jewish actress, is living illegally in Paris aided by a mysterious Slav named Vladek, until events force them to Shanghai.
Physical Description:1 recurso electrónico
Format:Forma de acceso: World Wide Web.
ISBN:9788492663644