Monica Porter

The quandary of being half-Jewish

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Monica Porter

Monica Porter is a journalist and author. Her 1990 book about her mother’s wartime exploits, Deadly Carousel, is available in an updated edition online. Her latest book, A History of Europe in Twelve Cafes, is published by Pen & Sword in April

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