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  1. says:

    Separated twins are an extremely fascinating research object for scientists because they are ideal to illustrate the nature versus nurture debate what is the deciding factor in a lifetime? the genes you inherited or the education you got? According to the first view separated twins would live or less the same lifes; whilst the second school insists the different contexts cultures lead to very different lives Judging from this book Tessa De Loo seems rather to adhere to the second school Lotte and Anna separated when they were 6 years old definitively lived very different lives until they found each other again 70 years later in the Belgian health resort of Spa Especially the war turns out to have driven a wedge between them De Loo extensively recounts how Anna who stayed behind in Germany underwent the Nazi regime married a soldier who eventually became an SS man and after the war endured the harsh years of the reconstruction Lotte was raised by a family member in the Netherlands saved Jews from the hands of Nazis and developed an outright hatred for all things German Fascinating of course But I don't think that De Loo intentionally focussed on an experiment around separated twins That is my impression since especially Anna can tell her story in full and articulate how ordinary Germans came to rally around Adolf Hitler how they just tried to live their own lives and overcome the war events and finally also trying to make the best of their lives after the disastrous defeat To my knowledge De Loo is the first author to give such explicit attention to the German suffering long before the wave of scientific studies on the impact of the Allied bombings of German cities You can feel free to call this a justifiable correction of the unilateral and simplistic story of the justified fight against absolute evil But in my opinion De Loo falls short the other way round Anna and especially her SS husband Martin are pictured as truly good Germans who are just trying to do well saints almost and that is just as simplistic and romanticizing In that sense the novel is a bit disappointing But all in all an interesting and readable story 25 stars


  2. says:

    Let me simply start off by saying that this is not the only time I will read this book If I live long enough this is one of the books I will be reading for a second time Also this is not the only book I shall read by this author After I finish this review I will order of her booksI have read many novels about the first and second World Wars and I have not figured out exactly where I will place this one on that list but it will be very high up In that rarefied category with DOS Passos' Three Soldiers All uiet on the Western Front The Naked and the Dead A Farewell to Arms and The Book ThiefThe Twins by Tessa De Loo is told in the third person narrative It is two separate stories told by twin sisters Anna and Lotte Who are separated at about six years old after their father passes away Lotte is taken in by relatives that live in Holland and Anna is taken in by relatives living in Germany Between the time they are separated and then meet as old ladies at a spa where the water supposedly has rejuvenated effects they have only seen each other twiceIt is during their treatments at the spa that they tell their harrowing but different experiences during World War 2 Anna a volunteer nurse and Red Cross worker tells her story through the eyes of a German woman trying to survive and still support her country and its wounded soldiers In one horrific scene she walks into a room of a hospital that has been sealed off and on the floor soldiers are rolling around like beach balls with no limbsLotte spends her time during the war sheltering Jewish families and friends from the SS She looks upon the German people even though she herself is German as though they deserved everything that happened to them Anna's stories about the devastation of Germany has little effect on her at least not to the very endThey both have very tragic stories Personal stories about loved ones that were killed on the battlefield and gassed to death in the Camps There are many characters all that are wonderfully developed The writing is sublime and there are passages in this book that remind me of Joseph Conrad and that is the highest praise I could ever bestow on a writerThis is not a book for the faint of heart There were times I had to put it down because of the horrific inhumanity being described Lotte and Anna's experiences during the war are different but the one thing they share in my opinion is their humanity When giving a chance to help they reach out and do just that despite the deadly conseuences According to Dante doing nothing when you could help gets you a spot right next to Lucifer in hell whereas helping when it is the most difficult gets you a spot in ParadiseI want to thank my friend Hans for this wonderful gift It is a piece of literature I will cherish


  3. says:

    A brilliantly conceived plot Lotte and Anna were born twins in 1916 to German parents Soon after their mother dies then their father They were orphans at three Relatives have to raise them For some reasons Anna remained in Germany with her grandfather's family; Lotte was brought up in the Netherlands with her uncle World war two came upon them when they were young adults one was German whose young husband a German soldier was killed in the war; the other was Dutch who had sheltered Jews and with the love of her life killed in a Nazi concentration camp Seventy years later the twins meet in a spa both trying to get some relief from their age induced ailments Both are past 80 years old They talk Mostly of the past Mostly about the war The enjoyment I had while reading this was modest I've been the company of a German Nazi officer who was everywhere during the second world war in Jonathan Littell's The Kindly Ones and this concept of good Germans during the second world war is therefore no longer novel to me I can't help but notice this however literature now abounds with those trying to picture the traditional bad guys during the last world war in a sympathetic light they're doing this not only for the Germans but also for the Japanese and the Italians First they get their materials from the civilians of the wrong countries and here there can possibly be no serious debate innocence is everywhere and I do not believe in ascribing a collective guilt upon whole nations Then they ease up to the common soldiers and minor functionaries of the war machine ie those who were simply there at the wrong place and at the wrong time and who tried their best to act as human beings in the midst of atrocities But after this what? Is it possible that the time will come a very long time that even the likes of Hitler would be completely rehabilitated like they were just some benign tragic misguided well meaning geniuses which history had long misunderstood?


  4. says:

    This is the most poorly written book I have ever read about WWII Many times I wanted to stop reading and just put the book down but I persevered I blame it on the poor translation as it was translated from Dutch to English It is extremely stilted and it could have been 100 pages shorter


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    35 starsThere are aspects of this book that were uite wonderful I found the plot well conceived intriguing and complex The idea of looking at a good person who happens to be a German is an important one because it is easy to think in hindsight that all Germans were bad people In fact we often think that all Germans were evil It is a simplistic idea and this book gave us a reason to think deeply How do good people allow an evil man to reign over them? What do we learn from it?Anna and Lotte were twins who were orphaned and separated One stayed in Germany and the other was raised in the Netherlands WW2 ensued and the first was a woman married to and widowed by a German soldier The other was a woman who sheltered Jews and lost the love of her life in a German concentration camp They finally meet again by accident while each is visiting a spa at 80 years oldIt was a rich and wonderful premise for a book and I could have loved this book but it was missing the emotional connection that I needed While I enjoyed the conversations between Anna and Lotte and the great exploration of their history I wanted of the personal conversations that I think we all would have in this situation Where were their uestions about family personal loves the things they did during the almost 80 years since they had seen one another last? Where were the uiet tears and angry curses over their lost moments? Where were the deeply emotional conversations that tried to catch up with one another's lives


  6. says:

    Yet another war novel this book focusses on the fortunes of twins Lotte and Anna who are taken to live apart when their parents die Reared from the age of 6 in separate countries they follow uite different paths as the Second World War consumes Europe Years later when they are old women they meet in a Belgian town and attempt to dissect the stories that led them thereThe Twins is a fantastic piece of writing a truly uniue viewpoint of a conflict that has been covered many times in modern literature It is wonderfully human consistently moving and devastating in eual parts It is highly readable throughout and definitely to be recommended


  7. says:

    The book is enjoyable and historically correctin general It is not great literature thoughIt tells a nice story with interesting characters and asks a few pertinent uestionsThe story of twins who got seperated as young children and who meet at an older age gives an interesting starting point One of the twins stayed in Germany and lived there during the war finding herself at the losing side afterwards The other twin was raised in the Netherlands and helped with hiding jews still hating GermansThe central elements in the novel are ais a character formed by education or birth nurture nature debate To answer this uestion twins are interesting study objectsb what was the life of normal women like during WWII both in Germany as in the NetherlandsAttention is given to the suffering also of the Germans What annoyed me was the superiority the Dutch twin sometimes let slip through as she was on the good side as a personal remark the way she describes the superiority of the dutch family is based on an underlying false premise as very few jews in the netherlands survived the war c Is there something like ‘collective guilt’? It is a good read esp interesting for fans of historical fiction or for those who want to know about WWII without tons of battles and blood


  8. says:

    It has been a few years since I read a Dutch novel mostly because the Dutch literature that I grew up with the modern literature anyway was invariably dour and repressed or intentionally vulgar and shallow with the occasionaly mix of both Yes there have been exceptions but those have been too few and too far between This novel however is very much one of the exceptions On the surface it deals with the story of two twin sisters that are orphaned get separated with one remaining in Germany and the other being moved to distant relatives in the Netherlands Due to political differences between the foster families the sisters lose touch until they bump into each other at Spa in Belgium when they are old ladiesThe story develops as the two sisters tell their stories inevitably focussing on their lives shortly before and during World War 2 These stories don't just show how different the two protagonists are but importantly at a deeper level the stories reflect the different attitudes of the Germans and the Dutch vis a vis each other Even today Dutch people are raised on histories of that period of time that speaks in terms of them and us the Bad Germans vs the Good Dutch and this novel shows there is a lot to thisThis novel is not just for Dutchmen living in Germany; it's for everybody that wants to read a story about how real people dealt with those unreal times and may help provide a little insight into how inter personal relations should never be pre judged by historical generalities Available in English and German too


  9. says:

    I started reading this book at school when I was bored I hadn't had a clue what the book was about so I had no expectations at all While reading I found myself really enjoying this book I was wondering what had happened Why did the sisters split up? Had they really not seen each other in 60 years? Would the bond between them ever be mended? How different were their lives? All those uestions made me read the book very fast And gradually all those uestions were answered Only the end of the book was very abrupt I didn't really like it I wanted to read about the lives of Anna and Lotte Another thing that could have been better was the description of Lotte's life We get to know a lot about Anna The life of Lotte on the other hand is often described very fast without all the details I wanted This could have been done a little betterI think the book was very good It showed us the second world war from two totally different perspectives I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to read something about the second world war seen from the eyes of normal people


  10. says:

    I vacationed in The Netherlands a few years ago It amazed me how the memories of WWII and the German occupation still hung in the air We were dining in a restaurant on Liberation Day and the locals actually soluted us I was astounded This wonderfully written novel underscores the animosity between the Dutch and the Germans by telling the story of fraternal twins separated at the age of 5 One then grows up in Germany and the other in the Netherlands They meet nearly 70 years later and relay the story of each other's lives particularly during the war The underlying uestion is how the citizens of Germany could allow the holocaust to happen The book does not dwell on the plights of the Jewish people but rather the differences of viewpoints between everyday citizens It kept me engaged throughout and only dragged a bit when the German sister tells of her long march I had tears in my eyes as I finished the last page This book definitely deserves a wider US audience