Banat Author

Filip, Wilma
  Wilma Filip. Born on November 21, 1927 in Soltur / Banat

TRÄNEN STATT BROT 1944 - 1948

Author: Filip, Wilma

1944 - 1948 im Serbischen Banat 235 S., Paperback
ISBN: 3 - 87336 - 164 - 7

 

Born on November 21, 1927 in Soltur, Banat. Schooling 1934 - 1944 in her home village of Soltur, Kikinda und Groß-Betschkerek. Training at the German College of Education ended due to the war.

Internment because of German nationality from November 1944 - March 1948 in various camps in Yugoslavia; additionally was in forced labour 3 years.  Wilma married November 1948 in Kikinda, and has 2 children.  Gained legal admittance to Germany January 3, 1956 possible.  She was a housewife, and worked in a factory, in sales, telephone service of the German Federal Post Office, and retired in 1987.

The author has published numerous articles in publications; and a book of poems appeared in the self-published (print), reprinted in Gerhard Hess Verlag is planned.

TEARS INSTEAD OF BREAD 1944 - 1948

Edition 2002, 235 pages, paperback, 15 figures and a sketch map

ISBN: 3 - 87336 - 164 - 7 ISBN: 3-87336 - 164-7

The author writes: These records I have dedicated to the memory of my mother.

(Publisher's Note: The mother of Wilma died in inhuman conditions in a Yugoslav detention - and hard labor)


 
 

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