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Good Dogs Do Stray: Memoir of an Immigrant from Hungary

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The true story of a childhood and youth during and after WWII, escape from communist Hungary, and immigration to America. Adversity foreshadows an inauspicious future, but faith and fate provide surprising reversals.
Paperback, 396 pages
Published August 22nd 2006 by Trafford Publishing
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Oct 05, 2009 Kaddiec rated it really liked it
Emmerich Koller is from the same Hungarian village as my family.
I enjoyed this memoir written by a man who, according to Ancestry DNA, is my fourth cousin. (I need to do further research to prove the relationship.) Slightly older than me, but of my generation, Emmerich Koller, was born and lived to his early teens, in Pernau, Hungary. This is the town/village in which both of my maternal grandparents grew up; they left in the 1920's, much prior to Emmerich's birth.

The early parts of the book and the family background were most interesting to me. That said, E
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