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Karl Veth and his friend Harold Kellner survived the war and the fall of Berlin. They spent several days in a ventilation shaft of the subway system. They had secured the shaft and had supplies stashed in it for the time they would need it. When they decided to come out, they had only one place to go, to Frau Becker’s apartment. Frau Becker had been in charge of the KLV children when they returned to Berlin. They had become friends and she had told them where to come if they needed help. Now they needed civilian clothing in order to begin again. However, the morning after they arrived, they were rudely awakened by Russian soldiers breaking down the door. They specifically asked for Karl and then promptly arrested him. Later, he would learn they arrested Harold as well.
Karl was taken to Kommissar Godunov’s premises and questioned about his knowledge of the tunnels of the subway system. Karl was relieved to tell him it was extensive; but that the tunnels were flooded and filled with dead bodies. He with Harold’s help, would help the Kommissar as long as what he wanted didn’t interfere with their values. They also wanted his help in finding their families.
What did the Kommissar want them to do? Would they be able to do this and whatever else he wanted? Could he keep them and their friends safe? What dangers would come their way while helping him?
This book was excellent. I had to continue reading it until I was finished. Now I have to start the last book to continue the awesome story.
History teachers and students of sociology will have much to discuss, while reading this series of books.
Please read A Child to a Degree, book #1 of this series. You will not hesitate to download the next book Loyalty to a Degree & then #3 Trust to a Degree. I'm going to get book 4 right now!
This is a true account of youth life in the WWII's Berliners. I found their accounts of life in the 2nd great war, simply amazing. It truly was a different world. Children were raised in a much more disciplined manner, so what these young teens managed to endure is inconceivable to grown adults.
I have purchased and read the first 3 books in this series and will begin reading the 4th. I encourage everyone that enjoys personal historic books to read these. You can't put them down!