"One woman, one marathon struggle. Fear, one simple word. She imagined each step would be her last – and then a hand fell on her shoulder. She was an innocent girl, attacked by Russian soldiers, living in fear of the dangers that lay ahead but, finally, she was free and making it on her own."
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Germany from Chapter One I woke up in the middle of the night as I heard my mother screaming, ‘Come back to us! Don’t leave us alone.’ I got up quickly and went to her room, “Mom, what is it?” “Elsie, I had the most frightening dream about your father running away from us, with something like a big cable or wire in his hands, and there was gunfire and explosions behind him. When is this war going to end?”
Time of Terror, Time of Joy paints a vivid picture of life in post war Europe and beyond, and of one woman’s determination to survive and thrive.