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Viewing Entry - East wind (E15539)
by Hunt, Ruth E.

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Overview

TitleEast wind : a survivor's true story of faith inside the gulag of World War II
Author / Responsible partyHunt, Ruth E.
CollectionNonfiction
GenreBiography, Religion.
TopicsBiography, Religion. Linke, Maria Zeitner. Political prisoners -- Germany (East) -- Biography. World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, Russian. Christian biography -- Germany (East)
RestrictionsYes
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.
Published2021

Summary

Nine years in a Soviet prison camp would seem an eternity to most of us. For Maria, it was an investment in eternity. This is the true story of Maria Zeitner Linke—a story of survival and courage in the death camps of Stalin’s Gulag after World War II. But more than that, it is the story of how one woman turned her sorrow into an opportunity for growth, ministry, and strengthened commitment to Jesus Christ. In nine years, Maria moved through six different camps, including the infamous Buchenwald, which the Soviets had taken over from the Nazis after the war. In the process, Maria touched the lives of many people and helped them turn their own mourning into dancing. This book, which will remind many readers of the works of Corrie ten Boom and Alexander Solzhenitsyn, offers encouragement and hope to anyone who has ever wondered, “How would I react if my faith were really put to the test?” It comes to terms with the true meaning of “practicing patience in tribulation.”

Additional Information

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System control numberE15539
Original Print PublisherGrand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan Pub. House, 1987.
Narrator NameRuth Hunt.
Participant or performer noteRuth Hunt.
Narrators GenderFemale narrator