A Different World by Rudy Mutter
From Old Germany to New England, Six Generations of Family and Personal Memories

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A Different World offers a moving, humorous and endearing personal history, tracing six generations of the author's family from the revolution of 1848 in Germany to his own life and times in New England. For instance, three chapters trace his father's life from boyhood at the turn of the century, through his experiences in World War I, and finally as a successful businessman through depression, war and prosperity until his death in 1956. Contains 175 photos.

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Published November 1, 2001 by Sunrise Group. 312 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Beginning with a sketch of the anti-Kaiser rebel army days of Johann Georg Mutter (born in Rüsswihl, Germany, in 1823), the account advances through the author's maternal grandparents the Meyers (who also hailed from Germany) and several chapters devoted to Mutter's father, Rudolph Francis Mutter.

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