Frederick, MD, March 10, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- PublishAmerica is proud to present Dark Clouds Don't Stay Forever: Memoirs of a Jewish German Boy in the 1930s and 1940s by West Nyack, New York’s Werner Neuburger.
Werner Neuburger grew up in Germany and witnessed just how Nazism took hold in a civilized society. He experienced the continuously increasing persecution of his family and fellow Jews. This is his heartbreaking story—of small joys amidst severe personal harassments, his father’s untimely death, his mother’s repeated heroism, the atrocities of Kristal Nacht, and of his last-minute getaway to England on a “Kinder Transport.” Werner’s life in England was shaped by the start of World War II but was interrupted by his opportunity to emigrate to the USA. Throughout all these impacts on his life, he persevered and took hold of the opportunities America offered. In 1945, he was willingly drafted into the Army just in time for the last fighting in the Pacific—a colorful story in itself. After the war, he availed himself of the opportunity to forge a wonderful life and offers prudent insights on how to succeed. This is a remarkable family history written with insight and grace.
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