illegal Piglet in the Laundry room, the first crush, and lots of chocolate – Inge Huth (81) tells the story of the end of the war and the time after that.
Kempf Hausen – came As the Americans 75 years ago, according to Kempf Hausen, was Inge Huth six years old. "That was great, as they come," says Huth. However, the US soldiers wanted to arrest your mother.
"chocolate and chewing gum have you kicked out of their tanks down. It was like on the Oktoberfest.“ During the war, each child got only a bar of chocolate in a month. "We had to split up then," says the 81-Year-old. But not the only reason why this American chocolate was for Inge Huth is something very Special. Also you only knew German chocolate: "at the Time, I found American chocolate to be much better. Clearly, this was something New. The panels were wrapped in brown and black paper.“ Still today, she has these special chocolate bars are good in the memory: "We were in America on vacation, and I wanted to eat exactly this chocolate. Unfortunately, it was not you.“+ Inge Huth from Kempf Hausen.©SVJ
Huth combines not only candy with the Americans, but also their first childhood crush. "My mother rented rooms in our house to girls who have worked for the Americans," says Huth. "These girls have fallen in love, then in the Americans, and sat always with their Girlfriends in the kitchen." One of these Americans Huth particularly liked. "Yes...saw the male with his boots. I loved it,“ says Huth. Also gifts he had brought her and her younger brother. For dinner the family had enough. "There was a farm in Kempf Hausen and the Americans bags have a way of sugar, rice and flour dumped," she says. "That was the first Time that I've eaten rice porridge and I love this dish until today."
fruit and vegetables have got Huth from our own garden, chickens, and sheep supplied the family with eggs and milk. Also meat was for Huth then enough. "The one with the meat is another story," she says with a laugh. The siblings their mother had a farm in Ingolstadt. As a result, the family came to a Piglet, which she hides in the Laundry room raised. "We fed the pig in black, until it had a certain weight. Then the butcher came and we had a long stocks,“ says Huth.
A funny story to tell Huth to: "My parents were never in the party, and after the war, my mother used our swastika flag to Clean." As she hung them to Dry from the window, just happened to be passing Americans on your house. "And then came to us and wanted to arrest my mother," recalls Huth. "But we were able to clear up the misunderstanding well." Later visited Huth, the trade school in Feldafing, learned the profession of an office clerk and fell in love with her boss. "And where I stayed then."
Vanessa LongUpdated Date: 07 June 2020, 03:34