Conversations with the Elders

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What few people know about WWII concerns the fate of thousands of Russians of German descent who were exiled to Kazakhstan and Siberia after Hitler invaded the USSR. From 1995 to 1997, two US Catholic sisters interviewed 22 labor camp survivors whom they met while serving in a Catholic parish in Chelyabinsk. How these men and women managed to survive will both inspire and astound you. More

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About Alice Pfeifer

Since 1975, Alice Pfeifer has been a Roman Catholic sister. She has a master's degree in English from Marquette University and a master's degree in Pastoral Studies from St. Joseph's College of Maine. Over the years has worked as a teacher, editor, writer, and foreign missioner.

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Review by: Katie Edwards on Nov. 30, 2012 :
This was a fascinating read. It made me remember why I love reading oral histories. These people are truly astonishing in their perseverance and dedication to their faith. I'm glad their stories have been preserved.
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