will soon produce the radios of Radio Fascist Italy, called "Radio
Rurale" and "Radio Balilla", which brought the Duce's
propaganda into every household. Confronted with the racial laws and
the events in Germany - which have been directly experienced through
the part of the family in Prague - family Glauber feels relatively
safe in Italy. When in 1939 most of the factory workers should
migrate to Germany, as part of the "option", the company
moved to Como.
The 70-year-old Lisa Glauber, daughter of Max, is on the trail of the UNDA radio. After 40 years of living in the U.S., she has taken up the project to reconstruct the moving story of her rather unusual family.
In collaboration with: RAI Sender Bozen/Sede di Bolzano, Autonome Provinz Bozen/ Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano, Gemeinde Toblach, Comune di Como.