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Elisabeth Dueck Janzen was born the year Adolph Hitler was appointed as chancellor of Germany. Initially, life was quite idyllic for Elisabeth in spite of the Nazi party's rapid rise to power. Being obligated to be a part of the Hitler youth was just a way of life for her. On September 1, 1939, as the war began, Elisabeth recalls being sent home from her first day of grade Elisabeth Dueck Janzen was born the year Adolph Hitler was appointed as chancellor of Germany. Initially, life was quite idyllic for Elisabeth in spite of the Nazi party's rapid rise to power. Being obligated to be a part of the Hitler youth was just a way of life for her. On September 1, 1939, as the war began, Elisabeth recalls being sent home from her first day of grade school. Later, given only an hour to collect belongings from their home, her family fled and escaped the clutches of evil, although not without great losses.


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Elisabeth Dueck Janzen was born the year Adolph Hitler was appointed as chancellor of Germany. Initially, life was quite idyllic for Elisabeth in spite of the Nazi party's rapid rise to power. Being obligated to be a part of the Hitler youth was just a way of life for her. On September 1, 1939, as the war began, Elisabeth recalls being sent home from her first day of grade Elisabeth Dueck Janzen was born the year Adolph Hitler was appointed as chancellor of Germany. Initially, life was quite idyllic for Elisabeth in spite of the Nazi party's rapid rise to power. Being obligated to be a part of the Hitler youth was just a way of life for her. On September 1, 1939, as the war began, Elisabeth recalls being sent home from her first day of grade school. Later, given only an hour to collect belongings from their home, her family fled and escaped the clutches of evil, although not without great losses.

2 review for From Luxury to Loss to Liberty

  1. 4 out of 5

    Craig Carlson

    This book was written but my great aunt and it was a fantastic read. I’m so thankful that she wrote it and with cherish this book. It was awesome hearing about how my family got to this wonderful country of Canada and the trials they had to endure. I especial loves hearing my Opa’s side of it a bit.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Bartel

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