Updated / Revised for 2017
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
“…the author is a legend for all that she survived and held on to her faith thru it all. Remarkable and inspiring story.” — Kevin and Shana Scott
ABOUT THE BOOK
[UPDATED AND REVISED FOR 2017] Dorothea Wollin was just a young girl when American bombs demolished her German town. Uprooted overnight, she and her family found themselves on a journey of survival across Europe.
Like many German families, they had little understanding of the topsy-turvy world into which they had been thrown, or the atrocities which precipitated it. Looking back, Dorothea came to realize that she was not only a war survivor, but that she had survived “Uncle Hitler.”
When American bombs demolished her German town, Dorothea Wollin and her family found themselves on a journey of survival across Europe.
This is a true story of a little girl’s quest for meaning in a dark world that led to faith in Christ, and to a freedom greater than that of country or politics.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
What I want most for my story to convey is that the Lord led me through the trials and tribulations of my life in order that I could find meaning, joy, and peace. Because I am approaching the end of my life, I want to inspire my readers to question their own choices, priorities and values in order to find peace with the Lord and joy in their hearts. — Dorothea Wollin Null
Today, Dorothea lives happily on the shores of a forested lake on the Oregon Coast, with her husband Larry, enjoying frequent visits from her large family.