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Marianne Lynnworth; activist kept ties to Germany

MARIANNE LYNNWORTH MARIANNE LYNNWORTH
By Emma Stickgold
Globe Correspondent / January 3, 2008

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Allied bombs destroyed houses close to where Marianne E. (Blenk) Lynnworth lived in Braunschweig, Germany, but her family's house remained standing. Before World War II landed on her doorstep, she was forced to join the youth wing of Hitler's Nazi Party as a preteen, where they sang, marched, and made toys for the children of fallen German soldiers. But it ... (Full article: 769 words)

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