The Way It Was by Sid Baron

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It is wartime Holland and Hitler's forces have taken taken over the country. A ten year old young man is caught in the crossfire between good and evil. This is the true story of Sid Baron who later immigrates to the U.S. from the Netherlands with his family in the aftermath World War II. His memories of those years living under wartime repression are filled with color and vivid detail. They will inspire others to relive their own childhood years and to fully appreciate the gift of life.

About Sid Baron

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Sid Baron was born in the Netherlands, immigrating with his family to the United States after the Second World War. He enjoyed a successful career in starting a variety of businesses including a commercial FM broadcast station, electronic and telecommunication companies, a construction and development company and several others.
Published July 14, 2011 by Exxel Publishing. 180 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, War, Travel. Non-fiction

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