Arrested by Nazis in 1944 after her political beliefs were reported, Rinser was imprisoned until the end of the war. She shared her captivity with a variety of women including Jehovah's Witnesses, abortionists, women who had had affairs with foreigners, thieves and other politically suspect prisoners. Her journal covers two months of her imprisonment, observing both herself and her companions, as they cope, or fail to cope, in their various ways, with prison.
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Book Description Penguin, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Leaves tanned. Bookseller Inventory # 16033
Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Leaves tanned. Generally a very sound and readable unannotated copy. Dispatched by established Cambridge UK bookseller. Bookseller Inventory # b18065
Book Description Penguin, Ringwood, Vic, Australia, 1989. Paper Back. Book Condition: Good. Some creasing to cover, some yellowing and foxing to pages Size: Size D: 7"-8" Tall (177-203mm). Bookseller Inventory # 55271