Hitler, My Neighbor, Memories of a Jewish Childhood, 1929-1939 by historian Edgar Feuchtwanger (a nephew of Lion Feuchtwanger) is a best-selling (press dossier) semi-fictionalized account of his life growing up opposite Hitler’s Prinzregentenplatz apartment during that period.
Edgar Feuchtwanger, who has written extensively about Weimar Germany (From Weimar to Hitler: Germany, 1918-33), also made the following accompanying documentary:
A separate work by Edgar Feuchtwanger, I was Hitler’s Neighbour (Bretwalda Books, London, 2015), is a conventional memoir.
- 6-minute segment on CNN Amanpour
- 7-minute short film ‘Hitler Was My Neighbour’, screened at the Imperial War Museum Film Festival 2017 in London: