The Train Through the Tatras

Caldwell, Erskine
March 1939
New Republic;3/8/39, Vol. 98 Issue 1266, p119
Focuses on an incident of a German couple's hatred for Jews, which was evident in their fight in a train journey through the Tatra Mountains in Slovakia and Poland. Report that most of the passengers in the Kosice-Zilina Express were traveling to and from their vacations in the Tatra Mountains; Admiration of a German passenger for the High Tatras; Information on Tatras by the German; Hatred of the German for Czechs and Jews; Intentional fight of the German with an Austrian women, who was half Jew and part German; Success of the German in making the Austrian women shift to another compartment.


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