Impact of compassion / Ursula Erika Yunger.
"This compelling memoir covers the years of Nazi-ravaged Europe in World War II, the post-War years, Berlin Airlift, and Cold War period that followed. It provides an intimate look into the inner consciousness of a traumatized child?s mind and her continuous journey to adulthood. A Christian child of Jewish bloodline, Ursula, recognizes early in life that a higher force guides and protects her and this is how she manages to overcome unbearable perils and odds. Her pregnant mother escaped with her four children from Berlin as fugitives from the Nazi regime, to avoid the scheduled transportation to a concentration camp. When her mother covered her children with her body during a bomb attack pleading with God to spare their lives, Ursula?s search began to 'Touch the Face of God.' This spellbinding story has raw and vivid imagery. Exposed is the plight of innocent people, and the suffering children who are in the middle when adults and nations are in conflict and at war. This story is a tribute to the spirit of humanity, and the remarkable history of the United States of America, and its Allies, Great Britain, France, and the nations who joined the United Kingdom as members of the British Commonwealth: Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa." --Amazon.com.
- [Place of publication not identified] : Ruth Publications, 
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