The Ferryman: A German Mennonite Family's Struggle in Russia During the Revolution
THE FERRYMAN is a classically written story of a German Mennonite family in Siberia during the last years of the rule of Czar Nicholas and the People's Revolution. As the Bolsheviks (later called Communists) gained power these wealthy Mennonite wheat farmers had all their property confiscated and their families uprooted and scattered. The protagonist, Heinrich Gerhard, had...more
Paperback, 492 pages
Published February 13th 2009 by Booksurge Publishing
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