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About Paul Maar. Paul Maar. Paul Maar is one of the most important modern German writers for children and young people. He is a novelist, playwright, translator and illustrator. He was born on 13 December in Schweinfurt. After the early death of his mother he lived with his grandfather in the rural area of Theres in northern Bavaria.
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He went to school at the Gymnasium in Schweinfurt, and later studied at the State Academ Paul Maar is one of the most important modern German writers for children and young people. He then worked as a stage designer and stage photographer for the Franconian castle theatre Massbach. After that he spent ten years as an art teacher.
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Since he has worked as a freelance writer. He lives in Bamberg with his wife and three children. Other books in the series.
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Over the course of decades Alwin Meyer patiently sought out the children of Auschwitz, listened to them with great empathy, and finally gained their trust. Many revealed to him for the first time details of life in the concentration camp, of a childhood where dying a natural death was unconceivable. They spoke with Meyer of all that cannot be forgotten, of that which they would rather leave forever unsaid.