Growing Up in Turbulent Times: Memoirs of Soviet Oppression, Refugee Life in Germany, and Immigrant Adjustment to Canada

Book, 2007, 288 pp

Janzen’s memoirs of his early life presents experiences as he felt them as a boy and young man. Although he recalls refugee life as a hardship, he also experienced good childhood memories as well as disturbing ones.

This book is out of print and in the process of being digitized.

"While written primarily for his extended family, Professor Janzen's memoirs will also be of great interest to his many students, friends and colleagues. Written in an even narrative style, this book tells the story of a young man in turbulent times: loss of father, light from war and possible capture, life in a new country and education for a life of service. Breathing understanding, tolerance, and gratitude, the book was difficult to put down. - Harry Loewen, Professor Emeritus of History and Mennonite Studies, University of Winnipeg

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