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An Infinity of Mirrors

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AN INFINITY OF MIRRORS takes place between 1932 and 1944 in Paris and Berlin. A beautiful young French Jew, Paula Bernheim, and a Prussian officer, Wilhelm von Rhode, meet and fall in love.

Within a few months they are married and settled in Berlin--just as Hitler's rise to power begins.

The story of what happens to this young couple serves as a microcosm for the European

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Paperback, 291 pages
Published March 1st 1982 by Berkley (first published 1964)
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Brenda Hawley
Published in 1964, A French Jewish wealthy girl and a German Military officer before and during World War II fall in love and marry. The complications are obvious as the wife moves to Berlin and gets caught up in Krystal Night, leaves her husband to return to Paris with her son and when Paris is occupied, becomes once again an enemy of the state. It has a typical 1960s melodramatic ending, but was worth reading.
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