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By Waltraud Kübler Eakle

it's not a publication a baby may learn, even if the thoughts captured are items of a child’s lifestyles. you can be taken again into the time of WW2….. into the lifestyle of a bit girl….growing up in a regular Southwest German family close to Stuttgart…..to begin, right into a very peaceable place.
Then there comes this war…. And every little thing changes.
Traude says:
Originally, i used to be simply going to put in writing approximately my turning out to be up years. My kids suspected, that starting to be up in a remote kingdom like Germany should have been relatively assorted from their event and advised me to put in writing what I remembered……just for my American family members. after all, there has been additionally a major struggle happening in that in the past time whilst mother used to be a bit lady, so, what was once that like?
In the tip, it used to be under no circumstances that easy, and it became rather a venture whilst I slowly learned that this warfare had entrenched itself into each part and element of my day-by-day- growing to be- up-life.

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