Someone named eva pdf, a young Czechoslovakian girl, lives in the village of Lidice. The book starts out with her and her friends hanging out on her 11th birthday and Milada receives a telescope. The next days, Nazis break into their home.
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She doesn’t understand at first when Nazi soldiers come to her house, ordering them to pack belongings for three days and leave the house. Milada, her mother, younger sister Anechka and grandmother, are subsequently held together with the rest of the female inhabitants of Lidice, in a building. Milada is taken to a health examination where her facial features are measured and checked by doctors. With her “perfect” features, blue eyes and blonde hair, Milada fits the “Arian ideal” and is separated from her family, and is sent to a center outside of Puschkau, Poland. At the center, Milada is renamed Eva, a more “German” name, and the other girls are renamed too.
The center employs harsh disciplinary methods and the girls are schooled in the German language, Nazi philosophies and home economics so they can eventually join the German society. As hard as she works to remember, she forgets a little about herself in the process like her language Czech. Eva is adopted by a German family. Elsbeth and Peter, her new adoptive siblings. One day, as she is walking back to the house after a picnic with Elsbeth, Eva hears the Czech anthem being sung.
Coming closer, she discovers a concentration camp with female prisoners. This brings back memories, enabling Milada to see clearly who she really is. Elsbeth explains to her that this is the Ravensbruck concentration camp, and that her Vater is the head of the camp. The Nazis are losing on all fronts and Berlin is encircled by Russian troops.
Vater decides to go into hiding and takes Peter with him, while Mutter, Elsbeth and Eva move to the basement shelter to protect themselves. In May, Soviet Red Army troops come and ask for the documents left by Vater in his office, but Mutter tells them that she is not aware of anything. They leave without causing any harm to the family, but tore the house apart, and taking everything in Vater’s office. A few days later, Hitler is declared dead and the war is over. Some time after, representatives from the Red Cross Association comes to the house and announces that Milada’s mother is alive and she has launched a search for her daughter.