por josé simões, em 01.04.08
A propósito desta notícia:
“As the soon of a concentration camp survivor I have wondered what it must be like to be the child of a leading Nazi.
How does one resolve the painful conflicts that such a relationship produces?
Not long ago my mother met with Hilde Schramm, the daughter of Albert Speer, their meeting being featured in a radio programme. My mother thought her a good woman who had struggled to put right her father's crimes in the best way she could.
But nevertheless, my mother decided not to confront her directly about Speer. Why? Because Mum felt it would not be fair. The issue was bound to be so difficult for Schramm. "After all, he was her Daddy".
In today's paper there was the fascinating (if sordid) story of Max Mosley, Oswald's son, and his Nazi sex games. Both Nicholas and Max Mosley have striven so hard to consign their family history to the past. Yet it is clearly still there in Max's case, and strongly so.
Here's a review of ten Nazi children.”