Americans Abroad In NPR's continuing series on Americans living abroad, NPR's Emily Harris reports on an American expatriate living in Germany. More than 50 years ago, Viktor Grossman was a soldier based in West Germany who decided to find refuge in East Germany after he was found to have communist sympathies. He is still there today. (The book mentioned in this segment is titled: Crossing the River: A Memoir of the American Left, the Cold War, and Life in East Germany, by Victor Grossman. Univ. of Massachusetts Press; 1558493859)
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In NPR's continuing series on Americans living abroad, NPR's Emily Harris reports on an American expatriate living in Germany. More than 50 years ago, Viktor Grossman was a soldier based in West Germany who decided to find refuge in East Germany after he was found to have communist sympathies. He is still there today. (The book mentioned in this segment is titled: Crossing the River: A Memoir of the American Left, the Cold War, and Life in East Germany, by Victor Grossman. Univ. of Massachusetts Press; 1558493859)