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[No title] circa 1900 - 1961

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  • Lawyers
  • Marriage Counsellors
  • Social Workers
  • Antisemitism.
  • Women Authors
  • National Socialism
  • Jews
  • Voyages And Travels.
  • World War
  • 1914-1918.
  • Education
  • Law


Memoir by Marie Munk, written in 1961, including recollections of her childhood, of her Christian upbringing, of her schooling, of her training at Alice Salomon's Groups of Social Work in Berlin, of life in Imperial Germany, of antisemitism, of her experiences during World War I, of her law studies at the universities of Freiburg and Bonn, of her career in law including her work in a legal aid clinic for women in Munich, her admittance to the Bar as the first woman in Germany, her work as an attorney in Berlin, of her teaching social work and her involvment in the women's movement, of the impact of 1933 on feminist organizations, of her experiences in Nazi Germany, of her travels and later her immigration to the United States, of her various jobs in New York State, Philadelphia, Maryland, Northampton (MA), Toledo (Ohio) and Cambridge (MA), of her interest in juvenile delinquence, of her work as a marriage counsellor, of her work as an attorney, of her trips to Hawai, Mexico and Asian and European countries where she attended women's conferences, and of her impressions in post-war Germany and Berlin.

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