By Davis, Martha
It is the bitter-sweet story of the author's childhood experiences during the German and Russian occupations of Hungary, and of her four trying years as a young student in a hostile Germany.It tells of her family's cruel exile from their homeland, of their three-week hellish jour...ney in a cramped, filth-ridden boxcar, their challenges in an unwelcoming country, and their unyielding belief in the American dream.Read more
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Born in Hungary, first-time writer Martha Davis tells the bittersweet story of her childhood experiences during the German and Russian occupations of Hungary, and of her four trying years as a young student in a hostile Germany.Active in her New Jersey community since retiring from Johnson & Johnson, she is a long-time volunteer at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerville and an active member of Literacy Volunteers of Somerset County in Bridgewater, having served as Board President for several years.Davis lives in Hillsborough, NJ. She has two sons, two daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren.
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