Ursula Renate Mahlendorf has been announced as one of Newsworthy’s Top 101 Outstanding Professionals of 2017. Professionals selected for such an honor have been determined by factors such as lifetime and career accomplishments, prominence in their respective fields, and commitment to excellence.

Born into a middle class family in 1929, Ursula has the unique experience of growing up in Nazi Germany. The daughter of a member of Hitler’s SS, and later a leader in the Hitler Youth, Ursula was a true believer of Nazism. In her book Working Through A Nazi Childhood, Ursula details her life, her eventual disillusionment with Nazism, escaping the Russian Army, and her eventual move west where she would pursue dreams of being a teacher. Ms. Mahlendorf would eventually become Professor Emeritus at the University of Californa, Santa Barbara.

Newsworthy Publishing congratulates Ms. Ursula Renate Mahlendorf on her career achievements and honors her with a place among the Top 101 Outstanding Professionals of 2017.


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