No Place for a Lady

No Place for a Lady charts Thea Rosenbaum's turbulent life from a little girl escaping the Soviet Army with her mother in Berlin, 1945; to becoming Germany's first woman stockbroker at Oppenheimer and Co.; to Germany's only female war coorespondent in Vietnam. She then embarked on a career as producer for ARD German television in the U.S., often placing her in the White House. In this capacity, she traveled with five presidents and was in Germany for the end of the Cold War as the Berlin Wall fell. Her life as a civilian, coorespondent and producer, book ends and charts the greatest conflict of the latter half of the 20th century.


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Author: Thea Rosenbaum