Danzig Passage

Danzig Passage

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A Boarded-up Church, a Dressmaker's Shop, a "Borrowed" Apartment, a Vienna Pawnshop, a Locked Train Compartment--Are These Places of Safety or Way Stations to Betrayal And Destruction?

Kristal Nacht, the Night of Broken Glass, shatters the last illusions for

thousands who hoped to escape the Nazi terror. As the synagogues of Berlin

burn and Jewish homes are plundered, two families face the grim reality of

life in the New Germany. Anna Lindheim's sister Helen and her pastor husband

Karl Ibsen are arrested for helping the Jews. The Ibsen children, Lori and

Jamie, must find a way to escape their Nazi pursuers and get past the iron

gates that keep them imprisoned in the Reich.

Young Peter Wallich, with his mother, sister and baby brother, faces the

same dilemma. How can he, a Jew, get them out of Vienna to safety? How can

they reach Danzig, the one place that seems to offer hope? Can Lucy, in

desperate straits herself, possibly help them?

Book 5 in THE ZION COVENANT series.
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House Publishers, c1991.
ISBN: 9781556610813
Branch Call Number: THOEN
Characteristics: 413 p. : map ; 21 cm.


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May 06, 2017

fabulous book

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