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Une Femme à Berlin

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La jeune Berlinoise qui a rédigé ce journal, du 20 avril 1945 – les Soviétiques sont aux portes – jusqu'au 22 juin, a voulu rester anonyme, lors de la première publication du livre en 1954, et après. À la lecture de son témoignage, on comprend pourquoi.
Sur un ton d'objectivité presque froide, ou alors sarcastique, toujours précis, parfois poignant, parfois comique, c'est l
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Paperback, 391 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Gallimard Education (first published 1953)
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Agnieszka

Poor words, you do not suffice .

Indeed, words are not enough to convey that horror. We, lucky ones, born after the war, living in the time of peace, have to summon all our imagination, all human compassion and empathy to be able to catch though a glimpse of that suffering and humiliation that people then experienced.

A woman in Berlin, written by anonymous German woman, spans two months of 1945, from April until the 20 of the June and is a chronicle from besieged and defeated city. And because
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Zinta
Sep 02, 2007 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When we speak of war fatalities, of those who have fallen, of those who have offered themselves up as sacrifices for the purpose of... but to what purpose? We think of fallen soldiers on the battlefield, yet far behind those front lines that so often are saluted in honor with parades and holidays -- are the women. Throughout the history of humankind, women of all ages have been treated as the prize of the conquerer. To the winner go the spoils, and the spoils are women.

"A Woman in Berlin" is a
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Lilo
Feb 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone who is interested in WWII and its aftermath
The end of World War Two was not the same all over Germany. It was quite civilized in the West, where the Americans and the British approached, fought, and eventually occupied. It was anything but civilized in the East, where the Russians came.

There were significant differences between the Western occupying forces (namely, the Americans and the British) and the Russians. Yes, most of the Russians soldiers (and even officers) were primitive folks, many of which country population of the vast Rus
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Sawsan
Jul 07, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
يوميات الصحفية الألمانية مارتا هيلرز في برلين فترة الحرب العالمية الثانية
بعد هزيمة ألمانيا ودخول القوات الروسية المدينة
يوميات مؤلمة لكنها مكتوبة بدقة وحياد ونظرة شاملة للأحداث
أثر الدمار المادي والمعنوي للحروب لا يختلف عبر السنين
لكن يبقى الاغتصاب المتكرر هو المعاناة الأكبر للنساء في هذه الفترة
بعد 8 أسابيع ورغم البؤس والجوع ومرارة الهزيمة أنهت هيلرز يومياتها بشيء من الأمل في الحياة

هل لهذه المذكرات -وما شابهها- أي أثر على من يملك قرار الحرب في العالم!
Trée
Oct 29, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Two days after finishing, I still can't stop thinking about the haunting beauty of this rare journal, deeply saddened at the events described and equally saddened she didn't write more. This is the kind of book that sucks all the oxygen out of the air, that needs space once it is finished. The idea of starting something new is out of the question, almost sacrilege. One wants a moment of silence, to reach through time and hug the writer, which cannot be done.

The prose is understated and often bri
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Mohammed  Ali
Jun 21, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
ما أبشع الحرب !!
Paul Bryant
Mar 05, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: worldwar2
Although this book was and still is published anonymously, in 2003 the author was identified as Marta Hillers, a journalist who had died two years previously at the age of 90. She was cultured, well-travelled, multilingual, and 34 years old when she wrote this diary, which covers only 58 days. It was first published in 1954, in English, then four years later, in German. They really hated it in Germany.

Wiki quotes a German author Hans Magnus Enzensberger about the book’s reception and it’s worth
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Cheryl
"Poor words, you do not suffice," this is what she wrote in her diary.

“The truth lay in the mass of closely observed detail,” says this book's editor. “The anonymous diarist possessed an eye so consistent and authentic that even the most imaginative forger would never have been able to reproduce her vision of events.” Indeed, you sense the authenticity in these words--even if the book really was authenticated. Being alongside the author during her private moments of journaling creates spaces
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سماح عطية
وأثناء القراءة؛ بين ثنايا الأسطر وخلفها تتراءى لي رغمًا عنِّي صور جبهة قريبة مشتعلة؛
جبهة سورية لي فيها أخوات يضطرب قلبي خوفًا عليهن في معمعة الحرب أنْ يؤذيهن من لا يرقب فيهن إلّا ولا ذمّة؛
حسبنا الله ...
جمانة حسن
" امرأة في برلين "
مارتا هيلرز هي المجهولة التي وثقت بشكل موضوعي واقعي ثمانية أسابيع في برلين أثناء اجتياح السوفييت لها .
بدأت مارتا هيلرز بتسجيل مذكراتها بشكل سري من ٢٠ أبريل و حتى ٢٢ حزيران، تتصاعد المذكرات من بدء دخول السوفييت برلين و قصفهم للمدينة ، هروب الناس إلى الملاجئ و صراعهم من أجل البقاء ، مختصرين كل الغرائز الإنسانية في غريزة واحدة هي الجوع.
هيلرز كانت تعرف الروسية كونها سافرت قبل الحرب عدة دول من بينها روسيا، و تبدأ حكايتها حين تحاول إنقاذ بعض النساء من الروس الذين وجدوا بنساء الألم
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Fahad Alqurain
Jan 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
كتاب مؤلم إلى أقصى درجة، يفضح مدى حقارة الإنسان تجاه أخيه الإنسان..
أفعال تشعر أنها فوق طاقة البشر ولكن للأسف قد فعلها الانسان ..

مليون حالة اغتصاب وقعت في ألمانيا بعد سقوط النازية واجتياح قوات التحالف

نسوا معنى الإنسانية واذكر عبدالوهاب المسيري في احد كتبه كان يقول أن كلمة إنسانية لا تعني شيء بالنسبة له.
فالإنسان قادر على ارتكاب أشنع الاعمال في حق أخيه الانسان وقادر على ابداء الرحمة اللا متناهية..

فالإنسانية لا تعني شيء، فهي تحمل النقيضين
فبدلاً من قول كن انساني أو من أجل الانسانية يجب قول كُن اخلاق
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Victor
Jan 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The book is a journal that covers first eight weeks of Soviet occupation of Berlin at the end of WW2. This is one of the better written journals and one of the most honest.
The author was a gifted writer who didn't sugar coat the subjects of war-time rape when women became nothing more than the spoils of war. The victors were entitled, plain and simple, and no orders, or threats, or pleas could stop the daily assault of Red Army on the female civilians.
The German women knew it was coming. They we
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Chrissie
I think everybody should read this book. When I began it I warned others that it is about rape in wartime. And that is true. Any subject in a good author’s hands can be worth reading. It is the ability of the author to make that subject comprehensible to readers that distinguishes a good author. We know now who the anonymous writer of these diaries was. Her name is Marta Hillers. The German writer Kurt Marek was responsible for the initial publication of the book in 1954, in the United States. T ...more
Katy
Jun 23, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone.
Shelves: favorites, memoir
I was floored. Jaw on the floor, heart in my stomach, tears in my eyes floored. This book should be required reading for all women everywhere. It should be on high school reading lists and mandatory for all new military recruits. About what war does to women and children, about how the men go and fight and forget that if they lose it’s the women who suffer. Who are raped repeatedly and who watch their children starve to death in the rubble of their lives. But Anonymous writes her journal entries ...more
د. حمدان
امرأة في برلين – مارتا هيلرز

مارتا هيلرز 1911 – 2001 هي صحفية ألمانية قادها حظها العاثر لتتواجد في برلين في الفترة التي لم يعد بإمكان أحد الخروج من برلين قبيل إجتياح القوات السوفييتية للمدينة في نهاية الحرب العالمية الثانية.. وقد تمكنت من تسجيل مذكراتها في الفترة المؤرخة ما بين 20 من أبريل إلى 22 من حزيران من العام نفسه.. لتنقل لنا الحياة في برلين خلال ثمانية أسابيع قضتها في أوائل أيام معركة برلين وأواخر أيام الحرب العالمية الثانية في ألمانيا.. وبرلين خاصة. كانت هيلرز فتاة مثقفة، درست في جامعة ال
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ماجد دحام
أجمل ما استلخصته من هذه القصة التي أسهب الكثير من الأخوة الكتاب هنا في شرح تفاصيلها هو حالة الخوف والذعر التي انتابت الرجال الألمان بعد سلسلة الهزائم التي تكبدتها قواتهم شرقا وغربا الى الدرجة التي جعلت الجنود
السوفييت يأخذون نساءهم أمام أعينهم دون أدنى مقاومة ..... الرجال الألمان الذين أصبح أسمهم قبل وقت قصير مرعبا في جميع أنحاء العالم انحدرت أخلاقهم الى هذا المستوى الوضيع .... وهو ان دل فانما يدل على أن الرجال الألمان الشجعان والذين لقبوا سابقا بالذئاب المفترسة قضوا نحبهم في ميادين الوغى بينما
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Sarah ~
Jan 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018
امرأة في برلين: ثمانية أسابيع في مدينة محتلة

لا يمكنني أن أصف كم هيَّ شاقة كتابة مراجعة لهذا الكتاب ...
بإمكاني تقييمه وتركه بدون مراجعة ولكن ليس مع هذا الكتاب ومع ظروف كتابته ونشره .
لا أستطيع أن أتركه هكذا بدون تعليق .
كتبت هذه اليوميات خلال آخر أيام الحرب الثانية .
من برلين المدينة التي تحت الحصار ولاحقًا تحت الاحتلال تكتب الصحفية مارتا هيليرز هذه اليوميات ..
الأيام الأخيرة من الحرب .. الحصار .. القصف .. الخوف والجوع .
ثم السقوط.. الإحتلال السوفييتي .. محاولات النجاة .. محاولات النجاة بأقل الخسائر ،
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Nada EL Shabrawi
اعتقد المفروض جودريدز يعمل أوبشن يضربني بالقلم لما اجي اقرا حاجة كئيبة و يقولي ماتعمليش كدة ف نفسك يا ندى.
قوي جدا.
فهد الفهد
امرأة في برلين

مرت شهور طويلة على آخر مراجعة كتبتها، لم أتوقف خلالها عن القراءة طبعاً ولكني تركت الكتب تتراكم على مكتبي في انتظار المراجعات، ولكن لأنه لم يكن لدي الوقت ولا البال للكتابة لظروف متراكمة وهموم معيشية مختلفة صارت هذه الكتب تلاً مزعجاً، ولإنسان تعود على الكتابة منذ طفولته، يبدو هذا الانقطاع كوصفة مؤكدة للاكتئاب، لم يخففها إلا أن القراءة بقيت متواصلة ومتنوعة، وخاصة قراءة الكتب السيرية والتي تفتح لنا نوافذ على حيوات أناس عانوا كثيراً ثم تجاوزوا تلك المعاناة وعاشوا ليكتبوا عنها.

من هؤلاء
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Nicole
Since writing the reaction below, I have come to think that the strength of this book is the empathy and intelligence of its author. And yet, I also still feel that the anger is appropriate. Maybe she is simply a different kind of person than I am: better equipped to practice tolerance and empathy and understanding. Also, more practical: a virtue I know that I lack.
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I was prepared for the rapes. Here is what I was not prepared for: the words of the m
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Ally
Nov 06, 2007 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This blew me away. What it might be like to live in a city that's subject to invasion, occupation and destruction by an enemy whose force you cannot hope to match -- that's what it offers us a glimpse of.

The fact that it's from a German perspective only underlines the reach of this diary. It's an anonymous woman's account of the 20 or so days during which the Russians took Berlin in April 1945. When a city's unarmed citizens (especially the women) become spoils for the victors, and we see humani
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Amina - أمينَة.


هناك مايكفي من القذارة في هذه المذكرات.
إنها الوحشيّة الطاغية للحياة، فعل الغضب الأعمى للقدر.
"لعلها تنتهي" قالت "هذه الحياة السيئة القصيرة".
Lou
El testimonio de Anónima es la historia de muchas otras mujeres, también sin rostro y sin nombre, mujeres que además de soportar las penurias de la guerra se convirtieron en meros instrumentos en manos de los vencedores. Unas fueron violadas, otras se vieron en la terrible necesidad de ofrecer su cuerpo a cambio de obtener algo comida y cierta “protección”. Un testimonio valioso e interesante marrado con un lenguaje que huye del sentimentalismo, algo que no deja que ser una forma más de superviv ...more
Caroline
Feb 25, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Caroline by: Kirsty
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This review contains spoilers



This is the story – told over a couple of months – about the Russian invasion of Berlin at the end of the Second World War. It is the story seen through the eyes of one woman, a well-travelled journalist, who now finds herself, like millions of other Germans, struggling to survive at the end of the war. She writes without self-pity, suggesting a steely robustness that carried her through the innumerable challenges she had to face. The book was written anonymously,
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Zizfon.ALyazedi
للأسف حروب زمننا هذا ليس لها أهداف سامية
و الأسف الأكبر أن ضحيته في النهاية تكون المرأة
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Yazeed AlMogren
May 30, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
يوميات تُرتب مفرداتها مرارة الهزيمة وصدمة المهزوم والذل تحت نظام الجيش المحتل، في هذه اليوميات تلامس ماعاناه الألمان أثناء معايشتهم لسقوط امبراطوريتهم في الحرب العالمية الثانية وكيف تعايشوا مع نهب السوفييت لثرواتهم واغتصابهم لنساءهم
Ali AlShewail
Jan 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
كيف يمكن تسجيل مراجعة عليها! لا يمكن.
Aldi
There’s a certain type of survival story that requires the reader – decades later – to weep, commiserate, or at the very least remark on the courage of the one telling the tale. Every time I had even the slightest inclination to do any of those things while reading this book, I felt as if the author was cocking a brow at me, cynically, half-laughing, rejecting my sympathy. She didn’t need it. She wouldn’t want it. It was so refreshing.

This is an incredible book, probably one of the best I’ve re
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❆ Crystal ❆
5 stars for her courage, her bravery, her resilience, her determination, her ability to survive and, most important, her wiliness to share this story with the world.
This is an amazing real-life account, by diary entries, of a 34 year old woman that was living in Berlin when the Russians stormed the city. It was terrifying from the first moment she first saw a Russian to a week or so later when some civility was finally put in place. Rape in war has for sure happened many time before in history.
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Denis
Feb 19, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is quite a stunning book - some have questioned its authenticity, some on the contrary have carefully explained why it can only be a real document. The fact is, this diary of an ordinary German citizen who lives through the fall of Berlin, during WWII, is breathtaking, and transports us like no other book does into the heart of a nightmare that did happen. As any diary written by a simple citizen, it's all about daily life - yet daily life in Berlin in 1945 is far from normal. It's actually ...more
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“These days I keep noticing how my feelings towards men - and the feelings of all the other women - are changing. We feel sorry for them; they seem so miserable and powerless. The weaker sex. Deep down we women are experiencing a kind of collective disappointment. The Nazi world - ruled by men, glorifying the strong man - is beginning to crumble, and with it the myth of "Man". In earlier wars men could claim that the privilege of killing and being killed for the fatherland was theirs and theirs alone. Today, we women, too, have a share. That has transformed us, emboldened us. Among the many defeats at the end of this war is the defeat of the male sex.” 5 likes
“Ich versuche mir vorzustellen, wie es wäre, wenn mir dies Erleben zum ersten Mal auf solche Art zuteil geworden wäre. Ich muß den Gedanken abbremsen, so was ist nicht vorstellbar. Eines ist klar: Wäre an dem Mädchen irgendwann in Friedenszeiten durch einen herumstreunenden Kerl die Notzucht verübt worden, wäre hinterher das übliche Friedensbrimborium von Anzeige, Protokoll, Vernehmung, ja von Verhaftung und Gegenüberstellung, Zeitungsbericht und Nachbarngetue gewesen – das Mädel hätte anders reagiert, hätte einen anderen Schock davongetragen. Hier aber handelt es sich um ein Kollektiv-Erlebnis, vorausgewußt, viele Male vorausbefürchtet – um etwas, das den Frauen links und rechts und nebenan zustieß, das gewissermaßen dazu gehörte. Diese kollektive Massenform der Vergewaltigung wird auch kollektiv überwunden werden. Jede hilft jeder, indem sie darüber spricht, sich Luft macht, der anderen Gelegenheit gibt sich Luft zu machen, das Erlittene auszuspeien. Was natürlich nicht ausschließt, das feinere Organismen als diese abgebrühte Berliner Göre daran zerbrechen oder doch auf Lebenszeit einen Knacks davontragen.” 3 likes
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