This is a trailer for ENEMIES OVERNIGHT: A Recovered First World War Journal. Hélèn Furnkranz and her family, Austrian nationals, were living in a Paris suburb when war was declared on August 1, 1914. On that day, she began keeping a journal that described their overnight transformation from respected bourgeois neighbors to despised enemies. They were transported first to Flers, Normandie and then to an internment camp in the Pyrennes. Although the journal was published in 1915, her granddaughter, Linde Rachel, did not discover it until 2014. Linde describes her own voyage of discovery in tracing her grandmother's journey.