A powerful and disturbing novel of the Nazi era and its legacy by the winner of Germany's Ernst Willner Prize. During the final days of the Reich, sound engineer Herman Karnau is brought to Hitler's bunker to record the Fuhrer's last utterances. There he finds young Helga Goebbels and her siblings, children of Hitler's propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, awaiting a terrible fate. Translated by John Brownjohn.
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Used availability for Marcel Beyer's The Karnau Tapes
November 1997 : USA Hardback
June 1997 : UK Paperback
July 1998 : UK Paperback