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Review:taylorj828 says:
I saw you asking for reviews in the forums. I was intrigued by your banner, because as it happens, I not only enjoy reading every Harry Potter book, but I read nearly any book about the Holocaust that I can get my hands on. I was terribly afraid that someone who knew nothing of WWII or the Holocaust was writing a story about it, and Harry Potter, and I was a bit nervous, and determined to check it out.

Much to my delight, you're a Jew(ess?) who knows plenty of the Holocaust. I probably can't properly explain my interest in reading about the Holocaust, but I certainly wouldn't mind talking about it with you, say in email or messages on the forums?

I'm glad everything seems quite realistic. I always thought, though, that the numbers on their arms were more than 4-numbers long.

Story wise, these are my questions: Was there a Ministry of Magic at this time? Was she underage? And even if she wasn't, how did they feel about her using magic against a Muggle, albeit a horrendous Muggle?

Excellent details about the camps, etc. - everything fits with everything I've read. Truly terrible.

Oh, and, I didn't even notice that she didn't have a name. I think I like that she was nameless. As you said, she'd lost her identity, she didn't need a name. She's no one, or she's everyone...

Well, nice, interesting, different. (o:

Author's Response: I definitely did my research on this fanfic, as well as all my others. I take my time and make sure that I have every element covered. I think you're right that the numbers are more than 4 digits long but I just loved the sound of 6012...hahaha.

I planned it so that she wasn't underage at the time of her killing Hitler...I also suspected that since it was in the 1930s, that a Ministry of Magic would have been instituted by then (Unlike in my other "Other" era fic). Since we don't know when the ministry was founded, I assumed it started around 1700 or 1800 so.

I may just have to write a sequel (if I have time!) to add to her life after the Holocaust...albeit I'm not sure exactly what plot I can come up with for it. I can't see her being in a relationship after the trauma...nor can I see her living in everyday society...

Thanks for the awesome review! I'll send you a PM as soon as I finish responding to my reviews!


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