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One Woman, Five Lives, Five Countries

Dallas, Eugenia Sakevich

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ISBN 10: 0881001074 / ISBN 13: 9780881001075
Published by National Writers Press, 1998
Condition: Collectible: Like New Soft cover
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Title: One Woman, Five Lives, Five Countries

Publisher: National Writers Press

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Collectible: Like New

Signed: Signed

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One Woman's heroic journey through the hardships and tragedies that took place in Ukraine under the tyranny of Stalin's regime, and Hitler's forced labor camps. It is a touching story of survival and family values. One Woman with Five Lives that will make you laugh cry and feel good as you travel with her through Five Countries.

About the Author:

Eugenia Dallas born Ukraine 1925 to a family of farmers against the Bolchevik communists. Survived genocide in 1932-1933. Left alone to survive at the age of 6 when parents were arrested and sent to Siberia never to return. Deported by the Nazi's to work in ammunition factories. After WW II, drifted with the Italian prisoners of war without any documentaion found herself as a showgirl in Italy and then later became a successful fashion model. Living illegally in Italy was forced to leave. Accepted as a political refugee immigrant to the United States. Married in Dallas Texas to Charles Elson. One son, Gene Peter Elson who now resides in Denver Colorado. Divorced and moved in 1961 after open heart surgery to Los Angeles. Eugenia paints and activly is involed in humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Currently working to share her story with others as a guest speaker.

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