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Kensington, NH (PRWEB) February 2, 2012
When World War II comes to mind distant, much attention is rightly focused on the remaining Allied Veterans of WWII and their stories. But what about those who served on the other side? For Rolf, the protagonist of the theft of Remembrance, forced a young Latvian student aeronautical engineering from Germany to the Baltic, which was most in need and at risk of execution, fled his country in 1939, before the first Soviet hypothesis, the only nation that would accept it, Nazi Germany. How was it to take refuge in the Third Reich, only to find that the dictatorship was hoped paradise as cruel, ruthless and sadistic than the escape of it? Would he have survived the dangerous and turbulent years to come? What his personal principles and ideals remain intact? What were the challenges of everyday life and the realities faced by women during and after World War II and what was the epicenter of the devastating conflict of all time, which lost about 60 million people in the world their lives?
Remembrance tried these and other questions by replying to posts from a window in the beating heart of the war pause time with Hitler and the Nazi regime through the lives of Lilo and Rolf Dutzmann Wassulltwo human destiny on the other side. While the technical account of his dream chronicles the persecution Rolfs despite enormous difficulties of the war, it is especially poignant love story against the backdrop of the world of chaos and destruction. There is also a history of visible and invisible forces that hold the living Rolf Lilo and after their meeting in Berlin merger 1940th chain following the cataclysmic events includes the design of Rolf in the Air Force and his father’s role as Chief Inspector of V-2 rocket of mass production, the bombing of Berlin, the destruction of their homes, many desperate cross-country to escape the attack of the advancing Soviet troops from East and other forces Allied to the west, the difficulties of the POW camp. and privations of the postwar years
written by the daughter of the protagonist, the book contains a foreword by veteran author and professor emeritus of international relations at Boston University, Dr. Angelo Codevilla, which states that grabs me Dutzmann familys history: as a student of the war, as someone whose childhood memories are difficult war-torn Italy, and as a father for ever grateful to evoke bits and pieces of coal every day, and never have had to be ordered before the official stand that held my familys life in their hands. The book contains a preface, over one hundred World War II photos, map of Northern European sites and the family, the three appendices, a bibliography and index.
Despite the enormous amount of suffering and devastation of World War II, gives a synchronic chain of events, a powerful testimony to the potential that lies in the natures most terrible adversity, and a reminder exhilarating, from the ashes of the disaster and ruin, hope and love can rise like the proverbial phoenix.
On the edge of his familys
Odyssey in the New World in December 1951 Marina Dutzmann Cherry was at the time of post-war Old World in Zurich, Switzerland born. Over fifty years later, their journey to remember again experience, including research and document the experiences of his family during the turbulent years of World War II Facts dig their grandfathers role as the Chief Inspector of V-2 rockets to ultra-secret facilities Peenem? walls and plant resources. In September 2011 she made a pilgrimage to the memory of the memory Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp in Nordhausen, Germany, and documents of the family to donate in memory of paying passengers perished. Other documents from the archives of the family were in the division of space history Smithsonian given pictures and documents with more to follow in the future. Marina can be reached through the decades (a knee in the mud Potawatomi Indian word for) Wakarusa with a small farming village with a big heart, big in northern Indiana, his family immigrated to the United States sponsored reconnect.
Marina is an active volunteer for the Peace Centre Amesbury Friends (Quakers) in Amesbury, Massachusetts, and the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center in Amesbury and Newburyport, Massachusetts, an organization that promotes domestic violence prevention and awareness. Graphic designer and writer, she lives with her husband in the quiet, typical New England community of Kensington, New Hampshire. His parents, Rolf and Lilo, now 92 and 90 years, recently celebrated its 67th day of marriage, and Rolf, an aeronautical engineer retired, sometimes leading model rocket programs for school children.
Remembrance can eStore via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or publishers, all of which can be accessed via http://www.kirschstonebooks.com be ordered. The book is by Ingram from mid-February will be distributed. An eBook for the Kindle is available in a few weeks in this version.
Downloadable media and press kit
An electronic press kit is available on the site with other publishing photos of the author. The author welcomes opportunities for interviews, appearances and reviews.
Author: Marina Dutzmann cherry
Date: December 16, 2011
Format: Paperback, 7.44 x 9.69, 358 pages (Kindle version will be available soon)
Price: $ 13.64
Publisher: Books Stone Cherry | http://www.kirschstonebooks.com
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