Register of the Anneliese Thiedemann interview
Finding aid prepared by Hoover Institution Archives Staff.
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Title: Anneliese Thiedemann interview
Collection Number: 2010C18
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: German
Physical Description: 2 phonotape cassettes (0.1 linear feet)
Abstract: Sound recording of interview, relating to social conditions in Germany before, during, and after World War II. Interview conducted by Bradley Bauer.
Creator: Thiedemann, Anneliese, 1920-2009.
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Anneliese Thiedemann interview, 24 May 2005, Hoover Institution Archives.
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 2010.
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Bradley Bauer interviews Anneliese Thiedemann (nee Roggenbau) on 24 May 2005 in her home in Barsbüttel, near Hamburg. Her son, Volker Thiedemann, is present and participates in the interview.
The interview concerns her memories of growing up in both Hagenow (Mecklenburg) and Hamburg during the 1930s and 1940s, with topics including schooling in Nazi Germany, anti-Semitism, World War II, the bombing of Hamburg, living in the Soviet Occupied Zone after the war (Hagenow was located in what became East Germany), leaving for West Germany, and visits to her hometown in East Germany during the 1970s.
The interview is conducted in German.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Germany--Social conditions--20th century.