What became of the Nazikinder, the surviving children of Germans imprisoned or executed at the end of the Second World War? Their lot was not an easy one. Fitting in nowhere, bearing infamous names, many had difficult and tragic lives. Just a few, such as Martin Bormann's son, succeeded in moving beyond their dark history into the light.A. Barin's ALL THE WOLVES IN GERMANY ARE DEAD explores the world of one member of Germany's lost generation.