Llumina Press, 2004 - African American college students - 144 pages
A young Latvian woman caught in a whirlwind of war. A story of extraordinary strength and honesty...an insight into daily living inside Nazi Germany for those forced to fly before they had wings of courage.
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Adolf Kuhmler Agate Nesaule alive American anger Anna Annie asked Auslander baby back to Latvia Baltic Baltic Sea became Becker began Berlin bombs building camp caught cellar cemetery chestnut color Christmas citizens Communists dark dead displaced persons door Dzidra eyes fear feel felt floor Frau Shimp freedom friends German Ostmarks German soldiers Guten Tag Hanau happy head heard Herr Pabst Holmquists hope hospital idea inside Janis Jaunpils knew lady Latvian learned letter Liepaja lived looked Magdeburg Mirdza months morning mother never night Papa's peace post office Priekule Rasma refugee remember Russian rubles Russians Schneidemuhl seemed shelter Siberia silent simply smile smoke someone Soviet stay street suitcase sure survival survivors talk Tanya things thought told took train station tree truck trying walked wanted week window woman wondered young Latvian Zehlendorf
Page 4 - I was nineteen and unaware that what my grandmother had taught me from the Bible, "But the very hairs of your head are all numbered