Rita Thalmann was Professor Emeritus of History and Germanic civilization at the University Paris VII-Denis Diderot, France, an officer of the Legion d'honneur, a member of the honorary committee of Lycra (NGO delegate to UNESCO), and founder of the Centre for Studies in International Community Research (CERIC). Her many books include La Nuit de cristal (avec Emmanuel Feinemann), (Laffont, 1972); Dix lecons sur le nazisme (sous la dir. d'Alfred Grosser); Etre femme sous le IIIe Reich (Laffont, 1982); La Mise au pas de la France, 1940-1944, (Fayard, 1991); Naissance des cites, (Nathan, 1991); La Republique de Weimar, " Que sais-je ? ", (PUF, 1995); Protestantisme et nationalisme en Allemagne de 1900 a 1945 (Klincksieck, 2000), and Tout commenca a Nuremberg (autobiographie), (Berg International, 2004).
Mary-Claire Connes Wrage is the daughter of Henriette Connes (the English instructor who passed Rita to the Free Zone). Connes Wrage also co-translated A POW's Memoir of the First World War (Bloomsbury, 2004).
Lois Vines is Professor of French at Ohio University, USA. Her books include Valery and Poe, A Literary Legacy (NYU, 1992), Poe Abroad: Influence, Reputation, Affinities (Iowa, 1999), and A POW's Memoir of the First World War (Bloomsbury, 2004).
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