This really demonstrates the way things happen in the world. It is very revealing and salutary. Stand up for what you believe in!
Some days ago, I saw a very interesting theater play: “Sophie and me”, written by the Austrian author Ursula Kohlerts. The story is about a fictional friendship between the two German women Sophie School and Traudl Junge. Both of them have lived under the Nazi regime, but had never met each other in reality. The play brings them together to ask the audience the important question: What would you do?
The women get to know each other as young girls at a “Bund deutscher Mädchen” (League of the German girls) camp and become best friends. The following scenes show how both characters will develop in very different ways.
As a young girl, Traudl wants to become a singer and perform on many stages around the world. But after the war breaks out, she is not allowed to pursue her dream. Instead, she becomes a secretary for the NSDAP. Later on, she will become Hitler’s youngest secretary and type…
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