It all started in the little village of Neuweid, Germany in the Summer of 1937...
Jewish teenaged friends were trapped in a life that would surely be shortened by slavery or death. They were part of the "Jewish Problem" that Adolf Hitler consigned to all Jews of Europe.
Their parents, farmers in this small village decided to arrange the transport of their children out of Nazi Germany and into the hands of sponsors in America.
This Jewish saga of World War II and Israel portrays the lives of these sweethearts prior to their emigration along with their siblings and how they were enabled to face the challenges of a world at war, a new and foreign country, and the manner in which this horrendous burden of leaving their families affected their new lives.
This is an historical, albeit a fictional account of how any group of the countless survivors of Nazi Germany may have relived their lives in a free America. Our heroes are Marc and Laura, Agnes and Jack, and how fate and faith influenced their many journeys that made them into The Jazz Girls and the Flyboy.
Review excerpts from Amazon.com *
* Max Kapoye "my opinion" (Saratoga, NY) ...The story pulls you in and you feel the need to know what happens next to the people you care about as their live go on…The background of WWII is covered with interesting aspects of the war and it taught me a few things I hadn't known before…All in all, an excellent read.
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