Childhood in the Ruhr area: Michael Brandner: "Anyone who worked at the blast furnace could afford something, workers were respected"

Mr.

Childhood in the Ruhr area: Michael Brandner: "Anyone who worked at the blast furnace could afford something, workers were respected"

Mr. Brandner, your novel "The Coke Guy" gives a direct insight into the post-war years - from the point of view of the children of that time. How do you see this era? The war was like a shadow play for us. There was a staunch silence about what had happened just a few years earlier, but you heard the stories when the fathers had drunk too much. At the same time, everything was still very present and close, because you saw many who had returned physically and mentally crippled.

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