Global Week in Review: Black Woman Discovers She Has Nazi Grandfather

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My Nazi Grandfather Would Have Shot Me

German-Nigerian author Jennifer Teege revealed a shocking piece of family history in her upcoming book, Amon: My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me. While browsing inside a library in Hamburg, Germany, she learned that the father of her biological mother was Amon Goeth, the malicious Nazi commander portrayed in Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List.

(Photo: OLIVER HARDT/AFP/Getty Images)

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