Frid E. Nutley completed her college degree in English at Seattle Pacific University in 1972 and an M.A. in English at the University of Washington in 1974. Beginning in 1979, she wrote Once a Refugee, the story of her friend, Christine Gegner, and her experiences in Europe during World War II.
Caught up in the effects of the terrible political and military events of World War II, a young mother in eastern Europe is forced to flee with her small sons, not knowing, for much of the time, where her husband is or if he is still alive.
Adults interested in historical non-fiction, especially history of World War II. People interested in the spiritual journey of others.
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This is a dramatic and sweeping story set during the tumultuous events of World War II with a family caught between the Nazis and the Soviets. So imagery from World War II, including the Swastika and the Hammer and Sickle might be used. Imagery of war and refugees. Stormy, dark, unsafe. Also imagery of the love a mother has for her two small sons... a mother who is on her own, fleeing in order to save her children.
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