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Posted by cheryl - November 10th, 2015

Reading Anna’s Christmas Hidden Truth Poems is an unforgettable reading experience. It is a powerful story that is based on a true-to-life happening. Treat yourself as a gift for Christmas.

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Anna’s Cnristmas Hidden Truth Poems by Cheryl Freier is Published


Posted by cheryl - October 18th, 2015

Anna’s Christmas Hidden Truth Poems, written by Cheryl Freier is available—it is published. “This is the story of a fierce winter in December of 1944 in Slovakia when the country was occupied by the Nazis. This is a story by an organized effort by a Priest and his pastoral community; to bring human kindness and to bring food to people who were starving in the woods”.

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Experience Vicariously The Lives Of the People In The Book Anna’s Christmas Hidden Truth Poems


Posted by cheryl - October 15th, 2015

The rendition of the novel Anna’s Christmas is both powerful and poignant. Set in the contrast of the pristine woods of the Tatra Mountains in Slovakia, the story is absolutely breathtaking. One wonders if Anna Freier will escape the harsh winter of December, 1944 in Nazi occupied Slovakia. A Priest organizes his community to bring food to the starving people who are hiding in the woods. This is a reading experience you do not wish to miss out on.

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Let The Story Be Told—This Is What Happened In Nazi Slovakia


Posted by cheryl - September 9th, 2015

Let The Story Of What Happened in Nazi Slovakia Be Told
From the book The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems,…” An officer walked off of the front steps of the last train and watched as a man, running, approached the train. Almost out of breath, he waved his papers and gave them to the soldier, and the soldier took them and read them…..” Read the exciting part of this chapter and others, and read the other books, too.

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Would They Live Or Die In Auchwitz–This Was The Quiestion. Cheryl Freier wrote in the book about her husband, Martin Freier and his family


Posted by cheryl - August 30th, 2015

Joseph And His Family Knew That The End Was Near When They Were Crammed Into the Boxcar
On page 49, the reader is presented with Joseph Freier’s thoughts: “Joseph and his family had been put into one of the end cars, by chance; they stood in the middle of the car, holding each other’s hands and closing their eyes. They were convinced that this was the end for them. In the train were a few remaining members, close members of Joseph Freier’s family; but in this train there were over 32 members of Anna’s family, sisters, and their families, and her father. They all waited in anticipation for the sound of the wheels to start.

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A passage of words denoting happening from th novel, The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems


Posted by cheryl - August 23rd, 2015

Portions of the text taken from The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems
From page 29 from Chapter 7 Joseph Working And Anna Delivering Babies
“Martin caught more colds than the other children. He was at home more. He helped his mother to cook. He helped is mother to clean the house. He helped his other gather and carry the groceries when she went to shop, even though all of the food was rationed. …..A voice of a young man shouted, “Help me. My wife needs a midwife”……….

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Discussion of Chapter 5 Of the Novel The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems


Posted by cheryl - August 21st, 2015

Reading Chapter 5 of the Book, the Grayling Hidden Truth Poems
Following the chapter heading, which reads “Getting Our Names Off Of the Germans List” the words read, “We had prepared, but as Joseph commented just as he felt we were safe from any German pursuers, we had taken too big a chance. Joseph suggested that we use strategy. Joseph suggested that the next time that the Germans came that he would go and escape through the attic. That way he could come later to rescue us. All agreed. In the meantime, Joseph said, “I must tell my foreman to take our names off of today’s roundup list. “I must tell my foreman to take our names of today’s roundup list. We slept in the woods that night. We were hungry, but a safe place to sleep was our concern……”

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Powerful Words Taken From The Beginning of the Book, The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems


Posted by cheryl - August 19th, 2015

A Short Excerpt taken from the beginning of the book, The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems (poems written by Martin Freier). Martin was a survivor of the Holocaust in Nazi Slovakia.
Taken from the beginning of the book, The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems, from xiii, “History show us that before and during World War II, and in German, there was an extreme element of power-hungry leaders willing to eradicate entire societies in order to establish themselves as the supreme rulers…..”

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The Book the Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems Is Written In Memoriam To Martin Freier


Posted by cheryl - August 18th, 2015

From the poem that Martin Freier wrote, Hate
Like a brush fire
That never ends, ‘hate’ just spreads
Throughout the neighborhood,
Though it does little good.
In its wake, hate keeps burning,
Always churning,
And using everything that is good
For fodder and food.
Fanned by the winds from the Northeast,
Hate breeds hate
Among those that are blessed
And those that are cursed by fate.
When people are fighting
In its presence,
hate is winning,
By piling lies upon lies
While love is dying,
No one who is in its path
Can escape hate’s wrath.
It sets friend against friend
Until it achieves its malicious end.

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Listen To Your Heart Beat As You Read The Poem Kristallnact in The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems


Posted by cheryl - July 30th, 2015

Listen To the Best Advice And Read the Novel The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems
To all readers: read the novel The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems. In the beginning of the book, there is the poems written by Martin Freier which is entitled Kristallnact. Taken from the poems Kristallnacht, here are a few lines:
On a night in November in the middle of the night the sound of glass hit the pavement, shattering it into pieces. “Kill the Jews,” they cried as they broke the glass. Above the echoes of the noise, shrill greetings were heard of “Heil Hitler” everywhere as innocent people died….”

Listen To the Best Advice And Read the Novel The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems
To all readers: read the novel The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems. In the beginning of the book, there is the poems written by Martin Freier which is entitled Kristallnact. Taken from the poems Kristallnacht, here are a few lines:
On a night in November in the middle of the night the sound of glass hit the pavement, shattering it into pieces. “Kill the Jews,” they cried as they broke the glass. Above the echoes of the noise, shrill greetings were heard of “Heil Hitler” everywhere as innocent people died….”

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