Coming full circle

The unlikely journey of a German-Christian woman who became an American-Jewish mother and the familial parallels that shaped her life

By MIRIAM KATES LOCK
July 6, 2017 20:17
4 minute read.
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 When Annette met Harry in Munich in 1985, she was a 22-year-old college student grieving over her father’s sudden death only a few weeks prior.

The daughter of an American mother and a German father, both Christians, Annette had been born in the United States but had grown up in Germany.

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