In the fall of 1954 is Swedish-born Dagmar Irmgart on trial in Kassel, accused of collaboration with the Gestapo and denunciation of German citizens during the Nazi regime. With its actions, she is accused of having sent people to their deaths.
Dagmar grew up in rural Swedish town Örebro and traveled in 1922 to Germany, where she met her future husband. The Imgart's were not convinced Nazis, still Dagmar is on trial after the war, accused of atrocious crimes. How could this happen?
Johan Perwe tries in his fascinating book to follow Dagmar to give a picture of what really happened - how could a girl from Örebro become a Nazi collaborator?