Surviving ‘Uncle Hitler’ ~
Journey of a German Girl
“Many people bury their memories so they don’t have to deal with the pain. For whatever reason, my mother buried hers. I was hard-pressed to get any stories from her. She was not one who shared easily. However, one night was different. It was many years after the war, in 1987, and I was visiting my family in Germany. I felt there were things Mother and I needed to talk about, and I pressed for discussion. I was pleasantly surprised when we stayed up until the wee hours sharing memories.”
When American bombs demolished her German town, Dorothea Wollin and her family found themselves on a journey of survival across Europe.
This is a true story of a little girl’s quest for meaning in a dark world that led to faith in Christ, and to a freedom greater than that of country or politics.
What I want most for my story to convey is that the Lord led me through the trials and tribulations of my life in order that I could find meaning, joy, and peace. Because I am approaching the end of my life, I want to inspire my readers to question their own choices, priorities and values in order to find peace with the Lord and joy in their hearts. — Dorothea Wollin Null
This is my story:
A Journey of a German girl
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