Growing up in the 1930s, Dankwart Koehler was a typical German boy. But his youth came to an abrupt halt with the advent of World War II. He served as a German soldier, eventually becoming a prisoner of war. Koehler tells his storyafrom working as a lumberjack while a POW to building a home in the American suburbs.We had no motorized saws or wood splitters. ... I would be in the United States, using my old skills to fell and cut up two large trees near my house together with my wife, using a manual two-person saw for the first cut to warrant precision.
|Title||:||In Different Worlds|
|Publisher||:||BookPros, LLC - 2010|