Hostage To War: A True Story

Hostage To War: A True Story

Tatjana Wassiljewa Anna Trenter / Aug 22, 2019

Hostage To War A True Story When Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June of ten your old Tatjana Wassiljewa s childhood ended as abruptly as the war between the two countries began In this remarkable memoir based on

  • Title: Hostage To War: A True Story
  • Author: Tatjana Wassiljewa Anna Trenter
  • ISBN: 9780590298865
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June of 1941, ten your old Tatjana Wassiljewa s childhood ended as abruptly as the war between the two countries began In this remarkable memoir, based on her diary entries, she tells about surviving German bomb attacks and near starvation only to wind up a captive laborer, one of seven million prisoners forced to work in GermWhen Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June of 1941, ten your old Tatjana Wassiljewa s childhood ended as abruptly as the war between the two countries began In this remarkable memoir, based on her diary entries, she tells about surviving German bomb attacks and near starvation only to wind up a captive laborer, one of seven million prisoners forced to work in German farms and factories There, despite constant hunger and backbreaking work, she managed to find friendship and even first love Readers will be moved by Tatjana s resilience, courage, and persistent faith in humanity during the little known struggle of Russian civilians during World War II.

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    1. I enjoyed the way this book was written. In the beginning, the author, Tanja, wrote in her journal of only happy things which she considered not very exciting to read about. She is in her 5th year of studies in Russia and soon gets caught in the War. (WW2) She writes of the effects of the War and how they are starving because there is no food. She details her struggle to a northern town in Russia that still has corn to trade, but it is a very far journey. She almost dies. She is only a teenager [...]


    2. Hostage of War is a historical book about a young girl living in the Soviet Union when the Germans invade. The book starts out with the main character Tatjana recalling happy memories of her childhood. Tatjana goes through many experiences throughout the war. She survives German bombers, almost dying, and a labor camp. Even though she struggled throughout the war, she managed to find friendship and even love. I found this book to be very interesting. It is memoir written from the perspective of [...]


    3. This is the diary of a Russian prisoner of war in Nazi Germany. As such, it seems to me she was very lucky, regardless of her brushes with death. I enjoyed this short read very much- with the exception of the "historic note" at the end, written by the translator. Sorry, but when the Soviet Union collapsed, it didn't mean- and still doesn't mean- freedom and opportunity for the people of Russia. When the author, Tatjana, lamented that the press was lying to the people, Anna Trenter apparently did [...]



    4. In her 1920 book, Hostage To War Tatjana Wassiljewa tells a miraculous story of survival with many twists and turns that will keep you on your seat and make you never want to put your book down. Tatjana, a child in the soviet union learns quite quickly how bad war is. The natsie invade the soviet union and Tatjana and her family are forced to do whatever they have to to survive whether that means eat wood or just starving for a whole day. Her dad is deathly ill and her mother is getting weaker a [...]


    5. The high point of this book for me was after the all the hardship Tatiana had been through, which was immense! The joy that all of the different nationalities experienced together when the war ended. It was a brilliant description of it, I felt like I was there. Then getting off of the first train out of Germany into France - "Michel says 'Pack your things, Tatiana.'There is nothing to pack. I have nothing. Michel takes me by the hand and we jump down on to the platform of the half ruined statio [...]


    6. I read this book as a teenager and it affected me strongly. I read it several times, though I haven't read it in many years - my young neighbour loved it so much I told her to keep it. School history class (at least at the time) made little mention of the enforced slavery of Eastern Europeans by the Nazi Regime, so it was eye-opening in that sense. But what has really stayed with me is Tatianas voice - her determination and hope. It is a small, simply told book but its spareness emphasises the s [...]


    7. I had mixed feelings about this book. What I really liked was seeing WWII through the eyes of a Russian who survived the atrocities of war. Stories like this are always an inspiring look at the resilience of the human spirit. However, I didn't find myself drawn to the author like I normally would be in a true story like this. I'm sure a lot of that had to do with the fact that the book was written from the memory of a 14-year-old and was translated twice which made the writing quite simple and s [...]


    8. After reading so much Holocaust/WWII literature, I figured I had a pretty good handle on what went down during this dark period in history, so this book came as a bit of a surprise. I knew of the various people who were targeted by the Nazis, but had no idea how war impacted people who had not been selected as specific targets but had their land occupied.An informative, though simplistic account, I found her present-tense language to be jarring, and the way she ended off to be rather anti-climac [...]


    9. Most people know about my obsession with WWII era books. This was another one. I feel like I can't ever give one of these books a bad review. How can you give a person's life story through the war a bad review. They always evoke emotion and I feel like I gain a new perspective. This one follows a young Russian girlI haven't read very many accounts of Russians during the war and I am glad I read this one. A very quick read, and good for gaining just a glimpse into Russia during WWII.


    10. I am always fascinated by these types of books. This one, however, was not one of my favorites. I found the story interesting, but the characters not too endearing to me. I'm sure this was due to the fact that much of it was taken from her journal entries, but it was still hard for me. The ending was a bit abrupt, too. Still it is amazing the people that have the will and power to survive in such hard circumstances.


    11. It always feels slightly "wrong" to mark down WWII memoirs, but this one just fell flat. I gather from the other reviews that it is twice translated (from Russian to German to English) so perhaps that's where something is lost. It was okay, but not one I'd go out of my way to recommend to someone.


    12. See more memoirs: The Endless Steppe: Growing Up in Siberia by Hautzig; I Am Fifteen--and I Don't Want To Die by Arnothy; The Hiding Place by ten Boom; Upstairs Room & Journey Back both by Reiss; Upon the Head of the Goat: A Childhood in Hungary 1939-1944 by Siegal; Thanks to My Motherby Rabinovici; Diary of a Young Girl by Frank; Adam and Thomas by Appelfeld


    13. Though it is a young adult book it is an interesting read. Little is heard about the non-Jewish slave laborers taken to Germany so this provides another facet to the history of World War II. Tatjana was lucky to run into some kind Germans at times when she needed it. Her survival instincts worked for her and were necessary even when she returned from captivity.


    14. Good read but I kind of wondered how she was able to keep track of when things occured. Certainly showed a good witness story to what happened to some of the Russians during WWII. It seemed like a children's book but had events that happened when she was in her teens.


    15. 012416. All children should read this book. Children now a days do not realize how easy they have it. Life for these children were so hard over in Europe during this time. Even if they weren't sent to concentration camps.


    16. Translated from German which was translated from the original Russian. Simple writing that made it hard for me to read and like.


    17. A very good story that gave me more of an insight of the happenings in Russia during WWII, which I found really interesting! It also gave great perspective!!!






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