The Schröder family.
'Run from the red tide’ concerns the fortunes of a working-class family living in Eastern Germany. Set in the period between 1943 and 1950, it covers the fall of the German Third Reich to the allied armies.The story begins with the family in Brieg, Lower Silesia. It tells a dramatised, fact-based account, of their working class but comparatively comfortable wartime lives, albeit in the absence of the breadwinner Erwin who had been conscripted into the army since 1939.  Erwin sees his friends dying alongside him on the battlefield, while his family experience terrifying experiences in the latter days of the war, and the early post-war period.Although the whole family with their six children feature, the narrative is seen mainly from the viewpoints of Erwin, his wife Elizabeth and their eldest daughter Lena.
                                           
 
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