Nowhere's Child: The inspiring story of how one woman survived Hitler's breeding camps and found an Irish home

Kari Rosvall Naomi Linehan


Nowhere's Child: The inspiring story of how one woman survived Hitler's breeding camps and found an Irish home

Nowhere's Child: The inspiring story of how one woman survived Hitler's breeding camps and found an Irish home

  • Title: Nowhere's Child: The inspiring story of how one woman survived Hitler's breeding camps and found an Irish home
  • Author: Kari Rosvall Naomi Linehan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Kindle Edition



Kari Rosvall s early life was shrouded in mystery until, at age 64, she received a letter through the post In it was a photograph of herself as a young baby the only one she had ever seen This was the first step towards her discovery of the dark secret of her conception.Kari soon learned that she was a Lebensborn child, part of Hitler s Spring of Life programme, whicKari Rosvall s early life was shrouded in mystery until, at age 64, she received a letter through the post In it was a photograph of herself as a young baby the only one she had ever seen This was the first step towards her discovery of the dark secret of her conception.Kari soon learned that she was a Lebensborn child, part of Hitler s Spring of Life programme, which encouraged Nazi soldiers to have children with Scandinavian women in order to create an Aryan race And so began a journey back to her roots to Norway, where she was taken from her mother and sent to Germany in a crate to join the other Lebensborn children, and to post war Germany and her eventual rescue by the Red Cross from an attic.Nowhere s Child is a remarkable story of reconciliation and of forging new beginnings from a dark past Ultimately, for this woman who set up a new life in Ireland, it is the life affirming account of what it really means to find a place called home.


Recent Comments "Nowhere's Child: The inspiring story of how one woman survived Hitler's breeding camps and found an Irish home"

I could not put this book down. You can read historical accounts of the atrocities of war, but often they give a linear account and end with the war. While this story is not complete, it highlights the impact these atrocities have, not only on those directly involved, but on so many others as a result of their connection to these people. While it is a very sad story, my impression was that Kári was grateful and generally happy with her life. It is great that these stories are being told, so hop [...]

very frustrating book as just when getting interesting she pulls back. cannot believe she does not tackle mother when she is looking for information.


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