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by Karola Hilbert Reece,Patricia Reece Roper


Book by Roper, Patricia Reece, Reece, Karola Hilbert. This book is a must for every home. Published on January 14, 2014.

Book by Roper, Patricia Reece, Reece, Karola Hilbert. Paperback: 214 pages. Publisher: Deseret Book Co (June 1, 2003).

We Were Not Alone book. Although free, they still lived in fear. They also lived in occupation long after the war was over.

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by Patricia Reece Roper. A faith-promoting book. com User, December 1, 2007. this was a good book, that had a couple of very interesting parts.

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All Books PBS Market (New Books). sorted by voted most helpful. This family never let their circumstances dictate how they lived their spiritual life.

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Such was the recollection of Karola Hilbert regarding the beginning of World War II in Berlin. She was nine years old on the Sunday in question-August 27, 1939-the day after the last American missionaries had departed the East German Mission for Copenhagen, Denmark

Such was the recollection of Karola Hilbert regarding the beginning of World War II in Berlin. She was nine years old on the Sunday in question-August 27, 1939-the day after the last American missionaries had departed the East German Mission for Copenhagen, Denmark. The Paul and Maria Hilbert family were members of the Berlin-Neukölln Branch. Berlin Neukölln Branch.

They were alone on sixty-four million square miles of ocean. It is a testament to the content of Louie’s childhood that his stories about it usually ended wit. nd then I ran like mad. A month earlier, twenty-six-year-old Zamperini had been one of the greatest runners in the world, expected by many to be the first to break the four-minute mile, one of the most celebrated barriers in sport. When a local family left Louie off their dinner-party guest list, he broke into their house, bribed their Great Dane with a bone, and cleaned out their icebox. At another party, he absconded with an entire keg of beer.

Book by Roper, Patricia Reece, Reece, Karola Hilbert
Adoranin
I have heard Kay Reese speak and her story is spell-binding. A month ago, I saw her in the ER right before she passed away. I put my arms around her and thanked her for sharing her story and asked her if she had written it down. She informed me that Deseret Book had published it, so I immediately got online and ordered my own copy. My intention was to have her sign it, but she passed away before I could see her again. I am so glad I had the opportunity to tell her how much I loved her at least.
I'm glad to have my own copy.
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lifestyle
This was an excellent book written about the memories of a young girl living in Berlin during WWII. I liked the personal style and the innocence that was expressed in some not so innocent situations. This family had powerful expressions of faith and and the story details how their faith sustained them. This is a very inspiring story, especially for mothers who want to teach their daughters/children to have faith in God.
Silver Globol
Very interesting story and quite faith promoting.
Dusar
Great read. You have to feel the emotions of the families.
Kabandis
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Mr.Champions
This is a beautiful, faith promoting story of a young child caught in the drama of World War II. Well written and gripping tales of escape and survival help us appreciate the hardships these people went through. It gives the reader a personal lesson of courage. faith, and hope.
Nidora
Such a good story! I read it aloud to my family and they loved it too.
Great book. As expected.
We Were Not Alone: How an LDS Family Survived World War II Berlin ebook
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Karola Hilbert Reece,Patricia Reece Roper
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