Rose Seiler Scott


January 9, 2020
by Rose Scott
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Book review: Forty Autumns

Forty Autumns chronicles the experiences of one family during the iron-fisted regime of the German Democratic Republic (1949-1990). For Willner’s family as for millions of others behind the Iron Curtain, a new normal, almost a mirror image of the Third Reich, intrudes upon their lives. Continue reading

January 2, 2016
by Rose Scott

Mein Kampf: A struggle and dangerous ideas

Ideas can be dangerous. Books of ideas, even more so. Adolf Hitler’s infamous tome Mein Kampf, first published in 1925-26 has just entered the public domain and if there was ever a dangerous book of ideas, that is it. Fearing … Continue reading