Professor Emeritus Karl-Heinz Schoeps-Jensen has published Von Hitlers Deutschland zu Trumps Amerikaan autobiographical reminiscence about two brothers, about the twentieth century, and about the legacies of fascism and of war. Hans-Günther Schoeps died aged 24 during World War II, and his younger brother Karl-Heinz (the author) moved to the United States. What seemed like two very different paths reveal strange affinities in the early 21st century: Ukraine, where Karl-Heinz's brother lost his life, is again war-torn, and fascist tendencies threaten democracy in the U.S. and elsewhere.

Von Hitlers Deutschland zu Trumps Amerika. Das Leben zweier Brüder: Krieg, Nachkriegszeit und die Folgen is now available from Lau Verlag.