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Feel The Plight of the Innocent People in Nazi Slovakia by Cheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - July 9th, 2016

From the powerful novel on the Holocaust in Nazi Slovakia, Echoes Resounding from the Past, comes a passage that brings one back to the days of the raging war, “There were five other families that were collected from their homes and deposited into the back of the van-sized vehicle. The ominous was apparent to all though no one dare mention the truth of their plight as the doors slammed tight and were and were locked solidly.

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Revisit The Enchanted Cabin In Which They Spent Their First Passover After They Were Liberated by Cnheryl Freier


Posted by cheryl - April 18th, 2016

The Passover holiday is coming soon! Listen to Cantor Martin Freier singing all of the Passover songs on the website: www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com. Passover was such a special holiday for Martin. He and his family were liberated from the Nazis in Slovakia on Passover. Read about all of his experiences as a young boy in Nazi Slovakia. There are six novels written about his experiences. Read the novel The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and revisit the enchanted small cabin that the family found when they celebrated their first Passover after the war finally ended. Cheryl Freier

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….And They Found Quince Fruit Growing On The Trees In The Middle Or Woods In The Tatras When They Escaped From The Nazis


Posted by cheryl - September 27th, 2015

They crawled for miles and miles on the soft sandy-like soil of the forests in the Tatra Mountains. Joseph was the first to pop his head up and then with stiff knees and he pushed himself up by pulling up one leg at a time. He held Anna’s hand and helped his wife up. Then he told the children to rise. As he looked around at their surroundings, he realized that there was a patch of quince trees to their left. …….Read the amazing and thrilling story of the Freier family’s escape from the Nazis in Nazi Slovakia.

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