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Tumbling Walls: A True Story of Ordinary People Bringing Reconciliation in Extraordinary Ways to an Alienated World
Tumbling Walls A True Story of Ordinary People Bringing Reconciliation in Extraordinary Ways to an Alienated World
Author: Walter E. James, Christy Hawes Zatkin
ISBN-13: 9780962704802
ISBN-10: 0962704806
Publication Date: 6/1990
Pages: 221
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Publisher: Diaspora Foundation
Book Type: Paperback
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A youth of partly Jewish heritage, who endured the uncerain day-to-day existence of the World War II years as a member of Holland's underground, encounters the disillusioned rage of a former Nazi youth leader when they meet on an international work crew helping to re-build a batters and broken Germany. It all started when Walt James and a few venturesome collegians in the US determined to do whatever it would take for them to come alongside a defeated people and work with them as God's emissaries 'midst the rubble of the post-World War II years.