Adolf Hitler's Jewish neighbor pens memoir

By JTA
January 3, 2013 19:59

 
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MUNICH -- A former Jewish neighbor of Adolf Hitler in Munich has co-authored a book describing his childhood brushes with the dictator.

Edgar Feuchtwanger, 88, wrote My Neighbor Hitler: memories of a Jewish child with the French journalist Bertil Scali. The 320-page book is due out in French bookstores on January 10 from Michel Lafon Publishing in Neuilly-sur-Seine.

The book's jumping-off point is that Feuchtwanger and his family lived across the street from Prinzregentenplatz 16, Hitler's main residence from 1929 to 1933.

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