The Nazi Officer's Wife
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The Nazi Officer's Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust is a 1999 autobiography by Austrian-born Edith Hahn-Beer. Written with the help of Susan Dworkin, the book's first edition was published by Rob Weibach Books/William Morrow. A documentary film based on the source material and starring Hahn-Beer herself was released in 2003.
- German, as Ich ging durchs Feuer und brannte nicht : Eine aussergewöhnliche Lebens- und Liebesgeschichte (2002) 
- French, as La femme de l'officier nazi : comment une Juive survécut à l'Holocauste (2002) 
- Italian, as La moglie dell'ufficiale nazista (2003)
- Dutch, as De joodse bruid (2001) 
- Japanese, as ナチ将校の妻 : あるユダヤ人女性55年目の告白 (Nachi shōkō no tsuma : aru Yudayajin josei 55-nenme no kokuhaku) (2000) 
- Sinhalese, as Yuddhayē aturu katāvaka : (nāsi hamudā niladhāriya gē birinda) (2004).
- Thai, as เมียนาซี (2005).
Directed by Liz Garbus and written by Jack Youngelson, the 2003 documentary retelling of the book starred Hahn-Beer, who was approximately 90-years-old at the time. The film features the voice of Julia Ormond, and is narrated by Susan Sarandon. In addition to being shown in movie theatres, it was run on the American TV channel A&E on June 19, 2003, and was nominated for a prime-time Emmy. It was reviewed by several major newspapers, including the New York Times, and the Boston Herald, and was nominated for a prime-time Emmy.
Planned film adaptation
A film adaptation of The Nazi Officer's Wife was planned at one point in 2010. Directed by Mike Figgis, written by Charlie Stratton  and Craig P. Sherman  and starring Eva Green, Thomas Kretschmann and Alexandra Maria Lara, it was anticipated for release in 2011, but was never filmed.