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The Blunks, a poor family with many children lived in Danzig, a German city. On 31st August 1939, behind their house, they experienced the beginning of the Second World War. The eldest son Paul, eager to escape his alcoholic, brutal father, voluntary joined the SS-Danzig Home Guard.
After Poland was occupied by Germans, the Blunks had to move to Poland, where they received their own estate. The family lived in paradise until the end of the war, when the terrible deportation and murder of the former Polish landowners and the Polish "intelligenzia" began. In 1945, the family had to leave their farm in Adamowo. They fled in the winter with nine children and two horse-drawn carts from Poland as far as Malente, near Lübeck in northern Germany.
From 1946, the family lived in an abandoned Air Force barracks.The narrator, Hedwig, got married. She moved with her husband to Hamburg. Hedwig, born in 1927, describes her experiences before, during and after the war as told to her daughter Marion. In 2014 Marion travelled to Poland trying to find memories of her ancestors.
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WORDS FROM W. W. August 13, 2016. I’m trying to write a book. If James Patterson can spin out about a book a month I should be able to write one in a year…or two…okay, maybe three. I did read a lot of Agatha Christie novels in my earlier years. But in terms of writing a mystery novel…not me. I did write Lassie stories when I was in the third grade…longhand, and almost legible. I can’t remember what the plots of those Lassie stories were, but I’m sure I had him leaping over fences and saving chickens from foxes. When I was in my forties I wrote two books of mini-dramas that got published by my denomination’s publishing branch. In fact, they didn’t make any list, but it was pretty cool to see my name on the covers. Now I’m trying to write a feel good story that combines high school basketball, innocent teenage romance, an unlikely friendship, and the admirable qualities of integrity, honesty, and fairness. It’s a good story, but some days I feel like the words are coming to me about like a “Sally, Dick, and Jane” first grade primer. See Sally run. Dick, see Sally run. Spot, run like Sally. Run, run, run. Other times it seems like the words flow through my mind like a fine culinary recipe progressing without a hitch. Some days I get constantly interrupted, other days I wish I would be interrupted. And all this for the very, very, very real probability that no one will be remotely interested in publishing the end result. Unlike James Patterson, I do not have someone who has advanced me a million. But I sit in front of my laptop and peck on with two fingers on my left hand and one on my right…and the word count keeps climbing as the story slowly unfolds, characters get further developed, the past gets illuminated and the possibilities of... I read a Harlan Coben mystery at night and write about a red-headed pastor’s kid named Randy Bowman during the day. Writing is my release, as well as what grips me. It’s something I can’t seem to not do…all those years of writing sermons for Sunday mornings at church, but then having so many other things to write about that never seemed to fit into a Sunday... Today I sit at my perch in Starbucks with the question, “Well, Randy, where will our story take us today. Source: Words from WW Blog
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A mysterious creature hunts the children of an idyllic suburban town, and the BPRD get more than they bargained for when their investigation begins to seem strangely familiar. iZombie cocreator Chris Roberson joins Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Eisner and Harvey AwardÒwinning artist Paolo Rivera for Hellboy: year two. Features a David Mack variant cover!
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The site is surrounded by a chain-link fence during construction on the memorial, scheduled to open in October. The Pokestop can be accessed from outside the fence. Russo, a fire survivor, called it "disgusting." Other survivors and family members of those ...
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