To Tel Aviv and back: the story of an emigration
Thea Saalheimer was nineteen in 1939 when she fled from the Nazi horrors of Germany and ended up in Tel Aviv. There, she fell in love with Max Wolffsohn and, fifteen years later, the two of them returned to Germany together with their seven-year-old son, Michael, who has since grown up to be a historian and expert on the Middle East. What did Thea and her family experience during the Nazi period? And what happened during their emigration to a country foreign to them in every way imaginable? Why did they eventually move back to the country of their persecutors?
• Drawing from the history of his parents and his own childhood, Wolffsohn describes the life of a Jewish family from the 1920s to the 1950s