An Endless Struggle : Reminiscences and Reflections
Hugged and hated by Hitler, cheered by Churchill, traumatized by Tracy and Turner, loved and wounded by luscious women--Paul Kuttner's life can only be described as an accumulation of sky-high adventurous summits and, on the other side of the human scale, an endless row of diabolically hard times. An early life of goo fortune turned when Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany. Two meetings with the Gestapo, and an internment by the English on the Isle of Man for suspected spying later, and Mr. Kuttner made his way to the United States where he worked as a Hollywood reporter. This thrilling and poignant memoir recounts a sensational life filled with personal struggles and lingering memories of extraordinary encounters with Hollywood legends, a few saintly people, and some of the most heinous war criminals of the twentieth century.
- Paperback | 702 pages
- 157.48 x 231.14 x 50.8mm | 1,088.62g
- 28 Dec 2009
- Vantage Press
- New York, NY, United States
About Paul Kuttner
Paul Kuttner currently resides in Jackson Heights, New York. "An Endless Struggle" is his ninth published book.