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Publisher Description

Riveting stories dedicated to celebrating the end of WWII.

From USA Today, international bestselling and award-winning authors comes a collection filled with courage, betrayal, hardships and, ultimately, victory over some of the most oppressive rulers the world has ever encountered.

By 1944, the Axis powers are fiercely holding on to their quickly shrinking territories.

The stakes are high—on both sides:

Liberators and oppressors face off in the final battles between good and evil. Only personal bravery and self-sacrifice will tip the scales when the world needs it most.

Read about a small child finding unexpected friends amidst the cruelty of the concentration camps, an Auschwitz survivor working to capture a senior member of the SS, the revolt of a domestic servant captured by the enemy, a young Jewish girl in a desperate plan to escape the Gestapo, the chaos that confused underground resistance fighters in the Soviet Union, and the difficult lives of a British family made up of displaced children.

2020 marks 75 years since the world celebrated the end of WWII. These books will transport you across countries and continents during the final days, revealing the high price of freedom—and why it is still so necessary to "never forget".

Included books are:

Stolen Childhood by Marion Kummerow

The Aftermath by Ellie Midwood

Too Many Wolves in the Local Woods by Marina Osipova

Liberation Berlin by JJ Toner

Magda's Mark by Chrystyna Lucyk-Berger

When's Mummy Coming? by Rachel Wesson

Buy now and indulge in more than 1000 pages filled with suspense, danger, heartbreak, and redemption.

With a foreword from Olivia Hawker, author of Washington Post Bestseller "The Ragged Edge of Night"
 

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
AVAILABLE
2020
May 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1,383
Pages
PUBLISHER
Marion Kummerow
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
1.3
MB

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