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Jun 26, David Swatling rated it it was amazing. An Underground Life is a paean to the simple fact of being alive and of never giving up. To put it bluntly, I got bored a lot and struggled to get through much of the book. We shared the same birthday, June That love could keep a family together, even through the most horrific of circumstances, is not surprising.

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An extraordinary story of survival, endurance and triumph.

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An Underground Life: Memoirs of a Gay Jew in Nazi Berlin

Please enter the message. Jewish gays -- Germany -- Berlin -- Biography. Fantastically witty, insightful, heartbreaking and hopeful memoir of a young gay man, his family and friends doing all they can to survive war torn Berlin. I felt a bit disappointed with this book. Beck's story is undeniably tragic, especially considering Beck's own recent death in Junewhich means that he had to live for seventy years after losing almost everyone important to him. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.

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Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. At a time when the inclusion of gay victims in Holocaust museums and histories is being widely challenged, he's a living example of that contested history. Most of them died nearly a decade ago, but when I looked up one person -- Gad Beck -- I noticed 2 things: Jun 26, David Swatling rated it it was amazing. Contributor biographical information Publisher description. Oct 11, Dianna Am rated it did not like it.

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