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The Courtship of Julian and Frieda

4.62 of 5 stars 4.62  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In Nazi occupied Austria, two young people commit a capital offence; they fall in love.

The Courtship of Julian & Frieda is the true story of a young couple who develop an extraordinary bond. In the old-world splendor of a remote mountain estate, a wealthy girl and a poor boy are thrown together by circumstance. An unsuitable match by the standards of the day, these tw

Paperback, 358 pages
Published May 8th 2006 by Xlibris Corporation
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this is an amazing story of survival. it's not the best written book but a story worth telling. The couple lives in Central NY too. It's awestriking to know these people are part of our community.
incredible book!!

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Julie Suzanne
Beautifully written account of Julian and Frieda Noga(friends of my grandfather). Totally captivated me and restored my faith in love/marriage.

Charlotte Wallace
Wonderful story of love and redemption. Love prevailed in this story despite all the horrors and tragedies of war.
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