To All Our Children: The Story of the Postwar Dutch Immigration to Canada ( Post-War )


-----------large (quarto) softcover, a solid Good copy, gift inscription, a bit of light wear, b&w photos, 512 pages, contents include: Preface; Introduction; BIOGRAPHY - Childhood and Youth; Early School Days; Student Days in Switzerland; Jakob as Teacher and Professor; Election as Aeltester; Work in the Church; Family Life in Gruenfeld; Ministry to the Mennonite Community at Large; Mennonite World Conference 1925; The Task Resumed; A Change in Direction; Arrest and Exile; The Family in Zentral; Reunion; Escape; Attempt to Escape the Soviet Union; Father and Son; Tashanzo; Einlage; Ak Metcher; Arrest in Khiva; Communication from Jakob; Escalating International Tensions; German Occupation; Christmas of 1944; On the Island of Rugen; Escape to the west; Epilogue; Letters written in exile, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

Title: To All Our Children: The Story of the Postwar Dutch Immigration to Canada ( Post-War )

Author Name: VanderMey, Albert , Introduction By Aritha Van Herk, Foreword By Edward ( Ed ) Schreyer, Forty Days and Nights by John Terpstra , The Land They Left Behind By Helen Colijn

Illustrator: Photo Cover

Categories: Canadian History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Jordan Station, Ontario, Jordan Station, ON: Paideia Press / Albert VanderMey, 1983, 1st edition, First Printing: 1983

ISBN Number: 0888150997

ISBN Number 13: 9780888150998

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good (see description)

Inscription: Not Signed

Seller ID: 144766

Keywords: To All Our Children: The Story of the Postwar Dutch Immigration to Canada ( Post-War )