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A Political Family : The Kuczynskis, Fascism, Espionage and the Cold War.

By: Green, John.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Studies in Radical History and Politics Ser: Publisher: London : Routledge, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (370 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781315304410.Subject(s): Jewish families--Germany--BiographyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Political Family : The Kuczynskis, Fascism, Espionage and the Cold WarDDC classification: 327.4700923924043 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction: who are the Kuczynskis? -- Notes -- 2. Robert René, world pioneer of social statistics (1876-1933) -- The 'golden' twenties -- The rise of the Nazis -- Notes -- 3. Jürgen follows in his father's footsteps (1904-1929) -- Notes -- 4. Ursula: the politically precocious child (1907-1935) -- Notes -- 5. Life under fascism (1929-1933) -- Notes -- 6. Working underground (1933-1936) -- 7. The exile years: England (1936-1945) -- The enigma of the Lawn Road Flats - a hub for spies? -- The Red Orchestra in Switzerland (1938-1940) -- An unlikely love match -- The role of agent 'Dora' -- Notes -- 8. Ursula: a Soviet agent in the Oxfordshire countryside -- The Klaus Fuchs case -- The course of the war changes (1942-1944) -- Notes -- 9. Jürgen joins the US Army -- End of the war and uncertainty (1945-1956) -- Notes -- 10. Back in Germany at last -- The creation of the German Democratic Republic (1945-1949) -- Notes -- 11. Ursula's return to the German Democratic Republic (1950) -- Ernst: a ghost from the past -- Note -- 12. Life for Jürgen and Marguerite in the GDR -- Notes -- 13. Ursula reveals her past -- What happened to Rudolf? -- Notes -- 14. The sun sets on a dream: the end of the GDR -- Notes -- 15. The British Kuczynskis -- Renate -- Sabine -- Barbara -- Brigitte/Bridget -- Notes -- 16. Children of the war -- Note -- 17. The spying business and the role of MI5 -- Notes -- 18. Epilogue -- Note -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction: who are the Kuczynskis? -- Notes -- 2. Robert René, world pioneer of social statistics (1876-1933) -- The 'golden' twenties -- The rise of the Nazis -- Notes -- 3. Jürgen follows in his father's footsteps (1904-1929) -- Notes -- 4. Ursula: the politically precocious child (1907-1935) -- Notes -- 5. Life under fascism (1929-1933) -- Notes -- 6. Working underground (1933-1936) -- 7. The exile years: England (1936-1945) -- The enigma of the Lawn Road Flats - a hub for spies? -- The Red Orchestra in Switzerland (1938-1940) -- An unlikely love match -- The role of agent 'Dora' -- Notes -- 8. Ursula: a Soviet agent in the Oxfordshire countryside -- The Klaus Fuchs case -- The course of the war changes (1942-1944) -- Notes -- 9. Jürgen joins the US Army -- End of the war and uncertainty (1945-1956) -- Notes -- 10. Back in Germany at last -- The creation of the German Democratic Republic (1945-1949) -- Notes -- 11. Ursula's return to the German Democratic Republic (1950) -- Ernst: a ghost from the past -- Note -- 12. Life for Jürgen and Marguerite in the GDR -- Notes -- 13. Ursula reveals her past -- What happened to Rudolf? -- Notes -- 14. The sun sets on a dream: the end of the GDR -- Notes -- 15. The British Kuczynskis -- Renate -- Sabine -- Barbara -- Brigitte/Bridget -- Notes -- 16. Children of the war -- Note -- 17. The spying business and the role of MI5 -- Notes -- 18. Epilogue -- Note -- Bibliography -- Index.

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<p>John Green is a journalist and author who has written several political biographies. His particular area of interest is the history of East Germany.</p>

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