The Other Side of Knowing: Searching for Truth and Peace during World War II and Its Aftermath

 
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While the rest of the world celebrated the end of WWII, Margit, along with her fellow ethnic Germans living in Czechoslovakia, experienced the backlash and retaliation from her countrymen, the Czechs. Stripped of all human and civil rights, she and her family were sent to Germany, where out of the rubble and dust, she scraped out a new life, a new beginning. All along, she was searching for the peace that she had known as a child., but it did not come until years later. Moving to the United States and joining the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helped, but it was not until she returned to the place where she had witnessed so much suffering and death that she found the peace that had eluded her for decades.

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