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Refuge/From Fear to Freedom: A True Story of the Steadfast Faith Amidst The Horror of Russian Occupation

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As a ten-year-old girl, Liane Guddat watched Hitler's motorcade pass by their home in Insterburg, East Prussia. Within a few short months, Insterburg was smoldering in ruins when Mutti (Liane's mother) and her four children scrambled over bricks, broken glass, and scorched beams as they tried to escape the ravages of WWII. Although not a Nazi, Liane's father had been draft ...more
Paperback, 508 pages
Published August 13th 2019 by Redemption Press
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Thousands of stories have been told about the deprivation and horrors of the Second World War, but there is one aspect that has received little attention: the story of the East Prussian villagers, grandparents, wives and children who had as little control over their future as the victims of the concentration camps. Those who lived in the western part of the country could rebuild their lives after ...more

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