Up From the Rubble: The epic rescue of thousands of war-ravaged Mennonite refugees

Book, 1991, 384 pp
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"Rarely do two people have such full and rich lives as Peter and Elfrieda Dyck. Up From the Rubble describes the 'defining moments' not only for the Dycks but for a generation of 20th century Mennonites. Some of the stories, like those about Heinz Wiebe and the saga of the Charlton Monarch, have classic qualities."

The passing, on January 4, 2011, of Peter Dyck, following the death of his wife, Elfrieda, in 2004, marks the end of a remarkable chapter in Mennonite life and history. Readers can re-live those incredible days following World War II when the Dycks helped Mennonite refugees escape from war-torn Europe and to find new homes in South America and Canada. The book also contains many photos.

Please note that the loan copy still has the original cover.

PublisherHerald Press

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