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  • Deliverance
    Alla Czerkasij , Natalie Czerkasij Lewellen

    For years the heart-pounding “edge-of-your-seat survival story” of Alla Czerkasij has captivated audiences everywhere, and now for the first time it is available in print. Alla was just a child when World War II invaded the Ukraine. The blunt horror of war ended her childhood. In 1944…

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  • Deliverance (eBook)
    Alla Czerkasij , Natalie Czerkasij Lewellen

    NOTICE: We appreciate your interest in purchasing an eBook from AdventistBookCenter.com. You should be aware of the following before making your purchase:* Some technical skills are required to load this eBook onto your device* You will need to download the eBook to a computer before transferring it…

  • The Seventh Escape
    Jan S. Doward

    Like millions of other Europeans, Walter Logé was caught in the violent vortex of World War II. An ambulance driver in the German army, he was taken prisoner toward the end of the conflict and shipped by boxcar deep into Russia to the gloomy labor camp of Makeyevka. Logé was a pleasant…

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  • Chains In China
    Bradley Booth

    The interrogator slapped the table with his hand and stood to his feet. “If you do not want my help, there’s nothing more I can do for you here! However, I feel I must tell you that from this day forward, things will not go well for you here at the Wu Xi Prison. . . . If you are stubborn…

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  • Under the Shadow of the Rising Sun
    Donald E. and Vesta West Mansell

    …allow additional time for delivery. If you need this title right away, please call your local Adventist Book Center to determine availability. A WWII memoir of prison and Providence 18-year-old Donald Mansell, his brother and parents were sailing to Africa as missionaries when America plunged into…

  • No Heil Hitler!
    Paul Cieslar

    September 1, 1939: “The stillness of the morning was suddenly shattered when three German fighter planes appeared from behind the mountain of Kubalonka. They were in strict formation, one slightly in front of the others, as if taking part in a demonstration, barely above ground level. I could…

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