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As a year-old, Rosmus started developing an interest in contemporary history , especially that of the Third Reich , a subject that was barely mentioned at school. Encouraged by her father, a principal, she participated in a nationwide essay contest that addressed the history of her city during the prewar years.
Whereas some prominent residents claimed that the community remained untouched by the war, and others praised themselves for their alleged political resistance against the dictatorship, Rosmus uncovered newspaper clippings and other archives showing that local leaders of the time, and members of the town's prominent families, had not only been compliant, but were active members of the Nazi Party long before the war, and had helped to round up the town's roughly Jews to send to concentration camps.
Rosmus' efforts were not welcomed by many inhabitants. Nevertheless, at age 20, she continued with her research. Upon further questioning of some of Passau's elders, Rosmus came across a widespread silence and refusal to provide specific information. After three years of perseverance and litigation, she was finally granted access to the city administration's archives.
She subsequently found that several concentration -, forced labor- and prisoner-of-war camps had been built in and around the city. Rosmus wrote her first book, Resistance and Persecution - The Case of Passau , which was published in Undeterred by threats, she now wrote Exodus - In the Shadow of Mercy, a book focusing on the plight of Passau's Jews during the twentieth century.
Her work continued to cause unprecedented uproar as well as international praise. In August , after constant harassment and death threats from those in her own community, Rosmus and her daughters moved to the United States. They settled in the Washington, D. Since her youngest daughter's graduation from high school, Rosmus has lived near Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.