Hitler's Canary: A Daring Tale of Wartime Adventure
Roaring Brook Press, 06.03.2007 - 192 Seiten
"My brother stood up so quickly he almost knocked Mama over. 'Why aren't you doing something? Do you know what the British are calling us? Hitler's canary! I've heard it on the radio, on the BBC. They say he has us in a cage and we just sit and sing any tune he wants.'"
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... theater people. We didn't get involved in these things. It had nothing to do with us,” he says. Yet now Bamse must decide: should he take his father's advice and not stir up trouble? Or should he follow his brother into the Resistance ...
... theater. I suppose it made it all seem even more dramatic. The real King Henry, of course, had been dead for a long time, but I had seen my Uncle Max play him so often that I dreamed about Henry and his great battles. I imagined I was ...
... theater since Mama had first carried me on in a music revue as the brandnew baby of a girl who had got into trouble. Then there was Uncle Max (who was not my real uncle but my godfather). Uncle Max was a wonderful actor and he and Mama ...
... theater people. We didn't get involved in these things. It was nothing to do with us. The dressingroom door opened and Mama stood there in her shimmering royal gown of the night before. She looked perfect. As if nothing had happened at ...
... theater, then always play a king or a queen—royalty always get a chair and they never carry props.” As far as I remember, it's the only guidance in life that my mother ever gave me, yet I learned so much from her. If Mama was the life ...