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No More Tears Left Behind

No More Tears Left Behind


The Remarkable Story of Holocaust Survivor Eva Deutschkron


 In 1942, Martin and Eva Deutschkron lived in constant fear of being caught by the Nazis and executed, simply because they were of Jewish descent. Both of their parents were transported to a German concentration camp and never heard from again. The young couple removed the yellow stars that all Jews were required to wear on their clothing. They avoided registering with the government, which meant they could not legally find housing, receive food rations and new clothing, access medical services, or travel on public transportation. They moved around frequently, staying with people who needed their skills as a seamstress and a tailor. With the Gestapo searching for Jews and recruiting informants, no one could be trusted and no place remained safe for very long.


Faced with being 'transported' or perhaps shot by the Nazis just because they were Jews, Eva and her husband disappeared into the 'underground' in 1942. For the remainder of World War II they continued to work and live right in the Berlin area without being apprehended by the dreaded Gestapo.


Miraculously, they survived. This is an intriguing story of heroic and ingenious people who were blessed by having valuable trade skills and the help of many people who were willing to defy the laws enacted by one of the cruelest governments in history.


Two years after World War II ended, they left Berlin and emigrated to the United States with their newly born son. They eventually settled in Madison, Wisconsin, and opened a clothing store.  For nearly 60 years, Eva said little about their life as Jews in Nazi Germany, even after the death of her husband.  Finally, prodded with questions from a great granddaughter, she realized that her story should be told.


Martin and Eva Deutschkron in 1946

Martin and Eva Deutschkron in 1946


In No More Tears Left Behind, Eva revealed what she and her husband and many others had experienced to writers Arthur and Ursula Rathburn. They chronicled how she and her husband managed to hide their background and blend into the shadows of the non-Jewish community and survive the murderous tyranny of the Nazis with the help of a few friends, their own ingenuity,
and luck.


Eva is now 91 and one of the few living Jews who, as adults hiding in Berlins underground during the war, eluded capture.  Her story is another reminder of the horrors and injustice brought on by discrimination and the determination to endure.


No More Tears Left Behind 


No More Tears Left Behind

The Remarkable Story of Holocaust Survivor Eva Deutschkron

By Arthur and Ursula Rathburn



ISBN 978-0-9779516-6-6

Fort Dane Books


No More Tears Left Behind is Evas story, based on her own words, told by Arthur and Ursula Rathburn, authors and publishers.


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