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Austrian Girl Describes 8 Years of Captivity and Her Escape
Cart Close. Your cart is empty. Page 2 of the passenger list of the SS Bergensfjord. Traveling with their musical conductor, Rev. Franz Wasner, and secretary, Martha Zochbauer, they went by train to Italy in June, later to London, and by September were on a ship to New York to begin a concert tour in Pennsylvania.
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Son Johannes was born in January in Philadelphia. When their six months visitors' visas expired, they went on a short Scandinavian tour and returned to New York in October They were held at Ellis Island for investigation by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, apparently because when asked by an official how long they intended to stay, instead of saying "six months," as specified on their visas, Maria exclaimed, "Oh, I am so glad to be here—I never want to leave again!
This record of aliens held for special inquiry, dated October 7, , notes that the family was to clear up confusion about the von Trapps status. In the early s the family settled in Stowe, Vermont, where they bought a farm. They ran a music camp on the property when they were not on tour. District Court in Burlington, Vermont. Georg apparently never filed to become a citizen; Rupert and Werner were naturalized while serving in the U.
Georg died in and was buried in the family cemetery on the property. Those who had applied for citizenship achieved it in The Trapp Family Lodge which is still operating today opened to guests in While fame and success continued for the Trapp Family Singers, they decided to stop touring in The group consisted mostly of non-family members because many of the von Trapps wanted to pursue other endeavors, and only Maria's iron will had kept the group together for so long. Later, Maria ran the Trapp Family Lodge for many years. Of the children, Rupert was a medical doctor; Agathe was kindergarten teacher in Maryland; Maria was a missionary in New Guinea for 30 years; Werner was a farmer; Hedwig taught music; Johanna married and eventually returned to live in Austria; Martina married and died in childbirth; Rosmarie and Eleonore both settled in Vermont; and Johannes managed the Trapp Family Lodge.
Maria died in and was buried alongside Georg and Martina. Maria von Trapp s Declaration of Intention to become a U. The von Trapps never saw much of the huge profits The Sound of Music made.
Maria sold the film rights to German producers and inadvertently signed away her rights in the process. The American rights were bought from the German producers. The family had very little input in either the play or the movie The Sound of Music. As a courtesy, the producers of the play listened to some of Maria's suggestions, but no substantive contributions were accepted.
How did the von Trapps feel about The Sound of Music? While Maria was grateful that there wasn't any extreme revision of the story she wrote in The Story of the Trapp Family Singers , and that she herself was represented fairly accurately although Mary Martin and Julie Andrews "were too gentle-like girls out of Bryn Mawr," she told the Washington Post in , she wasn't pleased with the portrayal of her husband. The children's reactions were variations on a theme: irritation about being represented as people who only sang lightweight music, the simplification of the story, and the alterations to Georg von Trapp's personality.
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She had a strong family, a strong community and exceptional parents. Life was never easy, but they adjusted, till Japan started taking control of the area and they listened to Hitlers wishes.
Her family was once again torn away from the home they knew to something far worse than any expected. There are some basic war facts covering events that caused major changes in the wars direction and some harsh realities and deaths. I loved this way of telling history. I was excited to share what I was reading with others all through the story. I will read more in this series. Nov 08, Lori rated it really liked it Shelves: holocaust-lit-related , ya.
Though Shanghai Escape is written for younger readers, it is a very informative book about Jews who escaped the European Holocaust by moving to Shanghai, China, one of a few places the other being Puerto Rico which opened their borders to refugees trying to escape the Nazis as a result of the Evian Conference. I have read few books about survivors who fled to Shanghai and appreciated the new insights I gained in reading this.
These refugees also had to deal with the Japanese Imperial Army and Though Shanghai Escape is written for younger readers, it is a very informative book about Jews who escaped the European Holocaust by moving to Shanghai, China, one of a few places the other being Puerto Rico which opened their borders to refugees trying to escape the Nazis as a result of the Evian Conference. These refugees also had to deal with the Japanese Imperial Army and concerns about them as well as about Hitler's Nazis reaching out to the Japanese to make Shanghai free of Jews.
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A good read for middle school kids. Apr 24, Mom Willard rated it it was amazing. A new story out of WWII, for me at least. Young adult, but since the story was a new one I enjoyed it.
Jun 02, Patricia Reding rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviews-net-galley. It is odd that in all my reading of stories relating to WWII and the Holocaust, I was somehow unaware of the many Jews who, when they sought refuge from the Nazis in the s, moved to Shanghai. Indeed more than 20, did so. In a manner similar to the ghettos that many Jews had sought to escape from in Europe, those in Shanghai were also left with little space, food, medication, or other life necessities. Jan 23, Michelle Kidwell rated it it was amazing.
In November of Lily and her family leave there home in Vienna and head to Shanghai. Lily and her family all settle into a one room flat.