The Independent One by Gene Tutzauer

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The manuscript has fifteen chapters. Initially, it describes the period of Adolf''s home life in Reichenberg, Austria. Then being drafted into the German Army at the tender age of sixteen (WWI). Being captured, his miraculous escape and journey to America. Intrigue develops as a result of a vendetta made by a soldier who was in the escape party, who we think became a high ranking Nazi official, as a result of my Dad having to beat him to save the life of a civilian farmer. His new life in America, raising a family, a new business as a raw fur broker where cautiously successful despite three attempts on his life - a past vendetta - directed from Germany. His good deeds, his quiet assignment to help members of Jewish families escape Hitler''s persecution and his assisting the FBI to locate Fifth Column Members, were unsung heroic ventures.

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Published July 25, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 112 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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