About the Author
Anne Raghnild Fagerberg was born in Oslo, Norway, and grew up in German-occupied Norway during the Second World War. As a child, she was actively involved in the Norwegian underground during Norway's almost five years of German occupation. She attended the Smestad School and later completed her secondary education at the Nissen Girl's School in Oslo. After the war, she became a world-class skier and sailor. Speaking five languages fluently, she was a world traveler, who, in the late 1950's became an American citizen. She married a member of one of America s oldest families and resided in South Florida. She is buried in Arlington National Cemetery with many of the Americans who saved the world, including her.
William Sterling Williams is an American trial lawyer specializing in plaintiffs personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout the state of Florida. He had his first million dollar case before he was 30 years of age and has had several record verdicts in the state of Florida. Raised in Delray Beach, Florida, he received his undergraduate degrees from the University of Florida and his law degree from Stetson University College of Law, Florida's oldest law school. Aside from being an active trial lawyer, he is on the board of Internet News Agency, and is involved in various businesses and charitable organizations. In 2009, he helped establish the Ethel Sterling Williams History Learning Center in Delray Beach, which promotes the study of and the establishment of viable communities.