Orphan of War: From Ukraine to Canada by Way of World War II

Orphan of War From Ukraine to Canada by Way of World War II A young twelve year old girl stands grieving over her mother s open grave After arriving together in Canada one year earlier this child now finds herself completely alone and unable to speak the Engl

  • Title: Orphan of War: From Ukraine to Canada by Way of World War II
  • Author: Lesia Popadenko Hawrelak
  • ISBN: 9781460265291
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • A young twelve year old girl stands grieving over her mother s open grave After arriving together in Canada one year earlier, this child now finds herself completely alone and unable to speak the English language This little girl was born in Ukraine, survived the horrors of World War II in Europe and now faces a life as an orphan in a new country.I am this little girl IA young twelve year old girl stands grieving over her mother s open grave After arriving together in Canada one year earlier, this child now finds herself completely alone and unable to speak the English language This little girl was born in Ukraine, survived the horrors of World War II in Europe and now faces a life as an orphan in a new country.I am this little girl I reveal my life of hardships and triumphs set against the backdrop of similar Ukrainian immigrants who suffered under Stalin s and Hitler s brutality From my desolation of hiding in a bunker to my rich and nurturing role as a mother, this story reflects my search for understanding, acceptance, and love.

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