Somewhere in Germany

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Somewhere in Germany, 2007 - Soldiers - 169 pages
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Who would have ever dreamed that an enclosed garage at the family farm could hold such a surprising secret that it would change the way we thought about our beloved deceased uncle forever. The discovery of four letters dated from 1946 to 1948, postmarked from Germany and written by a woman anmed Anna Reinoehl, led to the ultimate discovery of this 60-year-old secret. This is the facination story of Paul Crook, who grew up in a small southern community, served in World War II, won a bronze star for heroism, fell in love with a young German girl, and ulimately returned back to the United States after the war, leaving his heart overseas. After spending 55 years in a hat box, the letters from Anna were discovered. Once they were tranlated, a love story unfolded before us, complete with its own surprise and shocking ending!
 

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Contents

The Beginning
1
Tails Creek
7
The War
11
The Road to Appenrode
15
Somewhere in Germany
27
Fahrenzhausen
37
The Beginning of Fall in Fahrenzhausen
57
A Dangerous Mission
65
Letters from Anna
99
The Later Years
109
The Farm
113
The Letters
121
Love Knows No Boundaries
129
Truth Will Stand When the World Falls Down
139
The Shock of It All
149
The Family Comes Full Circle
155

Christmas in Germany
75
The Unexpected Departure
85
Back to Ramhurst in the After Math of War
91
Letters from Germany Modern Day
159
The Ending
169
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