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Someone Named Eva by Joan M. Wolf
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Jan 25, 2012

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Hitler’s Youth was created by Hitler and many children were forced to attend, a young person like Milada was forced. She was taken from her family by the Nazi's and sent to join. The story told in first person by Milada showed what a Hitler's youth program was like. Through this sad but captivating book, Milada holds on to her old self and learns many things concerning the German culture. The plot is not that credible it is a Historical fiction book, that was based on Hitler's youth. Milada is the main character who struggles to adapt to the German Family she lives with and to hold on to her old life. The themes flow throughout the book like: perseverance, faith/hope, and sadness/happiness. I would recommend this book to anyone who needs a great WWII book.

Wolf, Joan M. "Someone Named Eva", New Yourk: Clarion, 2007, Print.
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