Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book]


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    Characters Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] Characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Janice L. Dick Other Side of the River by Janice L Dick a reviewAs a Mennonite child growing up in Saskatchewan Canada and attending a country Mennonite Church I heard many stories about Mennonites' experiences in Russia One ancestor of a local Mennonite f

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    Characters Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 Janice L. Dick ☆ 8 Free read Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] The older I get the I appreciate history and while The Other Side of the River is fiction it is based on fact Facts that drew and repulsed me inspired and horrified Because the story behind this story actually happened the struggles of Luise and her beloved Daniel broke my heart even as their faith and love inspired mine Author Janice Dick’

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    Characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Janice L. Dick Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] Janice L. Dick ☆ 8 Free read This is the second edition of my previously published historical novel of the same title now independently published Tansy Thistle Press with a great new coverThe year is 1926 The Russian Revolution is past and the grip of

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    Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] An amazing storyThis story kept me captive to the end My husband's family made a similar escape from the Ukraine in 1929 so I was familiar with their many hardships The author Janice Dick made it all come alive for me with her graphic descriptions You must read this amazing story

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    Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] A wonderful beginning to an exciting series There were so many tragic and frightful happenings in the lives of Daniel and Luise that I almost wondered what good could possible come out of them Then there were the surprises and tremendous experiences that were so obvious a 'God' thing I couldn't put the book do

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    Characters Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] Characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Janice L. Dick Life was very difficult for the Mennonites in Soviet Russia during the 1920s The day after Daniel and Luise are married his father is killed and Daniel is arrested and taken to a work camp in Northern Siberia There he is treated brut

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    Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] I read this book on Kindle I am not a reader of books via ebook but this book captivated my attention The storyline is excellent Characters are real I loved learning geography and history

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    Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] Luise Letkemann and Daniel Martens have been sweethearts for almost as long as they can remember Luise expects they will marry soon But the spring of 1926 is not a time life goes along according to expectation for the lovers or anyone else in the Mennonite village of Alexandrovka part of the Slovgorod Colony in Western SiberiaAs the Soviet officials begin to increasingly interfere in the life of the enterprising farmers and crafts

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    Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] Other Side of the River immerses readers in the world of Russian Mennonites a persecuted people wherever they try to settle in the S

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    Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 [E–pub/E–book] Janice L. Dick ☆ 8 Free read Characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Janice L. Dick I enjoyed writing this work of fiction creating characters that blossomed into real people in a setting I came to know as I researc

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Characters Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1

Characters ¿ Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 108 On threatens to destroy everything Luise lives for and believes in Meanwhile the people of Alexandrovka and the surrounding region have begun to discuss evacuation The momentum of emigration to the west is slowing health ualifications are stringent and Luise’s stepmother is unwell If the Letkemann family does not pass the emigration standards they must learn how to survive in the midst of change and oppression Daniel Martens thought he would be content with his lovely Luise and a degree of compromise with the state but he soon realizes there is no middle ground with this government Compromise would involve shunning his religion his work ethic and the core beliefs on which he bases his life He still hopes to continue to farm with his father in Alexandrovka with Luise at his side but it will be a challenge in many respects Unfortunately Daniel is as outspoken as his father who has defied the administration of the local administration office by purchasing a new Fordson tractor His actions lead Daniel into a direct confrontation with Soviet official Senior major Leonid Dubrowsky of the secret police the dreaded GPU The encounter results in far reaching conseuences When Luise and Daniel are separated she m. Life was very difficult for the Mennonites in Soviet Russia during the 1920s The day after Daniel and Luise are married his father is killed and Daniel is arrested and taken to a work camp in Northern Siberia There he is treated brutally and Luise is left wondering whether he is dead or alive When they are finally reunited the Mennonites work out a scheme to escape into China

Characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Janice L. DickOther Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1

Characters ¿ Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 108 The year is 1926 The Russian Revolution of 1917 and the ensuing Civil Wars of 1918 1920 have left unhealed scars on the face of South Russia and the Great War has traumatized the entire world Famine has spread through a country suffering drought and economic chaos Against the backdrop of a Russian nation in transition from Tsarist autocracy to communism the Mennonite people who are settled in villages and colonies in western Siberia hope to remain unnoticed The Siberian Mennonites wish for nothing than relative freedom to live out their faith in peace even if food is scarce Luise Letkemann yearns for freedom security and marriage to her lifelong love Daniel Martens She has heard of the war famine and disease that have befallen her people in South Russia during the revolutions wars and famines She is also aware of the mass emigration of thousands of Mennonites from South Russia now known as Ukraine to the Americas But until recently her people have lived without significant governmental intrusion in Siberia However the Stalinist regime’s interference in daily life is escalating and even the village of Alexandrovka feels the increasing oppression toward the Siberian Mennonites The communist administrati. The older I get the I appreciate history and while The Other Side of the River is fiction it is based on fact Facts that drew and repulsed me inspired and horrified Because the story behind this story actually happened the struggles of Luise and her beloved Daniel broke my heart even as their faith and love inspired mine Author Janice Dick s descriptions put me right into each scene I felt the cold saw the forests and plains and experienced the fearMy husband s background is Mennonite and we recently learned that some came from Russia making this tale very personal Well written and haunting in its realism The Other Side of the River earns five stars Highly recommended

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Characters ¿ Other Side of the River In Search of Freedom #1 108 Ust decide whether or not to accompany her family to the eastern edge of Soviet Russia How long will Daniel be gone Would he want her to stay or go Will their new home allow them to escape the clutches of the Soviet system Dilemmas build Opportunities demand decisions Over time and vast distances across the face of Soviet Russia Luise and Daniel struggle to survive separation threats to love and faith the harsh climate and what has become a sinister personal vendetta by Dubrowsky Along the way Daniel wonders why Dubrowsky has chosen to stalk him yet some dark force propels the Senior major on an unwavering course This is a story of love and faith of loss and freedom Will Luise and Daniel be reunited Will their faith survive the test When the Soviet regime follows them to the eastern edge of the country to the village of Shumanovka where they have settled the Letkemann family begin to look across the river to China Perhaps there is freedom on the other side of the river But what will be the cost of freedom On 16 December 1930 the village of Shumanovka packed into horse drawn sleds and crossed the frozen Amur River in search of freedom in China 217 people 60 wagons The temperature plummeted to 50 Fahrenhe. Luise Letkemann and Daniel Martens have been sweethearts for almost as long as they can remember Luise expects they will marry soon But the spring of 1926 is not a time life goes along according to expectation for the lovers or anyone else in the Mennonite village of Alexandrovka part of the Slovgorod Colony in Western SiberiaAs the Soviet officials begin to increasingly interfere in the life of the enterprising farmers and craftspeople demanding ever tax and confiscating machinery and livestock many villagers decide it s time to leave While some are allowed to emigrate to America Luise s chronically ill stepmother fails to pass her medical exam So the family ends up planning to join others on a long train ride east There is farmland and they have of

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  • 05 March 2018
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