Friedrich Schmidt Quotes

Three of the best book quotes from Friedrich Schmidt
  1. #1
    “He clutched the harmonica to his chest and cried into his pillow. He could have sworn he heard music...the Brahms...first as a child’s lullaby, then a mournful lament, and finally, a staccato march, accompanied by the ominous sound of jackboots.”
  2. #2
    “I don’t think you understand, Friedrich. We must not only leave Trossingen. We must leave Germany.”
  3. #3
    “From Father, and you. And even from Elisabeth. if she can jeopardize everything important in her life to save Father, shouldn’t I?”