In the Claws of the Eagle

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  • 288

    Pages
  • 9780862788278

    ISBN
  • 1 mm

    Width
  • 15 mm

    Height
  • 360 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 10 OCTOBER 2006

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    Description

    1910. The portrait of Louise is now hanging in the home of a Jewish family, the Abrahams, in Vienna. After the Anschluss of 1939, Isaac Abrahams is sent to the Theresienstadt concentration camp and then on to Auschwitz. The portrait of Louise falls into the hands of Erich Hoffman, an SS officer. Paperback , 283 pages Published October 13th 2006 by OBrien Press

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    Aubrey Flegg

    Aubrey Flegg was born in Dublin. His early childhood was spent in County Sligo, Ireland. He went to school in Dublin and later in England. After a spell with a mountain rescue team in Scotland, he returned to Ireland to study geology at Trinity College. He then did geological research in Kenya, before joining the Geological Survey of Ireland in 1968. Aubrey recently took early retirement in order to concentrate on writing.

    His first book, Katies War, is about the civil war period in Ireland; it was published in 1997. Katies War has recently won the Peter Pan Award 2000 -- an award created by IBBY Sweden for a childrens book, translated into Swedish, which gives information on another culture.

    Wings Over Delft, the first book in the Louise trilogy, won the Bisto Book of the Year overall award in 2004.