Greta Kuckhoff belonged to the anti-Nazi group, 'The Red Orchestra'. She survived the War and spent the next thirty years working to commemorate their resistance. Using previously unpublished sources, this book traces the interventions of this key figure and raises provocative questions about remembering antifascism in contemporary Germany.
Joanne Sayner is Senior Lecturer in Cultural Theory and German Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK. She has published on German women's writing and the politics of remembering the GDR and Nazi pasts. Her previous book Women Without a Past?: German Autobiographical Writings and Fascism was published in 2007.