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By Cay Rademacher

ISBN-10: 3832196870

ISBN-13: 9783832196875

Hamburg 1947: Es ist das Jahr der severe. Nach dem bitterkalten Hungerwinter stöhnt die zerbombte Stadt schon im Frühling unter quälender Hitze. Und Oberinspektor Frank Stave wird mit einem neuen Fall konfrontiert. In den Ruinen einer Werft wird die Leiche eines Jungen gefunden. Zusammen mit Lieutenant MacDonald und Doktor Czrisini macht sich Stave auf die Suche nach dem Mörder, und die Ermittlungen führen sie in die Welt der »Wolfskinder« – jener elternlosen Kinder, die aus den besetzten Ostgebieten geflohen sind und sich nun zu Banden vereint als Kohlenklauer, Prostituierte und Schmuggler durchschlagen. Doch nicht nur beruflich sieht Frank Stave sich vor Rätsel gestellt: Mitten in den Untersuchungen steht plötzlich sein Sohn vor der Tür, der aus der russischen Kriegsgefangenschaft zurückgekehrt ist. Ein schmerzhafter Weg der Annäherung liegt vor ihnen, während Stave zugleich um den Erhalt der Beziehung zu seiner Geliebten Anna kämpft. Als zwei weitere Leichen entdeckt werden, gerät Stave zunehmend unter Druck. In einer dramatischen Nacht im Hafen soll sich schließlich entscheiden, ob Stave den Täter zu fassen bekommt ...

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Pm7 27 6/6/05, 11:07 AM 28 The War in the Empty Air comical example was the conversation between Charlie Rose and Joschka Fischer broadcast on PBS July 15, 2003, which started with Fischer’s familiar protestations “we Germans will never forget what you did for us,” and then listing liberation, democratization, the Cold War, unification. It was a list that soothed the American nationalist Rose, who at that point also liked the preemptive strike against Iraq and disliked Germany’s lack of willingness to join it.

One of the most prolific defenders of the uniqueness of Jewish victimization, Saul Friedlander, has consistently argued for retaining a transhistorical remoteness or, the other side of the coin, an ahistorical immediacy of Auschwitz. ”6 In all his writing, Friedlander has emphasized an unquestioned and enduring centrality, for cultural modernity, of the collective remembrance of Auschwitz. 9 And indeed, since the end of the war, narratives of victimization have commanded complete belief, no matter how consistent or how contradictory, how clear or how confused, how concrete or how formulaic, how believable or how unbelievable they are.

Over a period of almost six decades, this tension has led to a growing separation between private and public discourse of all issues concerning the recent German past—a familiar separation largely responsible for the equally familiar redundancy, circularity, and ritualization of the politics of not-forgetting that have defined postwar German political culture. The explosive growth of Holocaust memory stories in recent decades is in important ways linked to a current Western preoccupation with multiculturism that supports multiple, often mutually exclusive, monological public memories and histories of identity on the basis of former persecution.

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