Someday You Will Understand
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ISBN: 978-1-62872-377-9
Page count: 320pp
Publisher: Arcade

Nominated for the 2015 American Library in Paris Book Award.






San Francisco Book Review :

“Punctuated with photographs and supporting documentation, Feld strings together the events that shaped history with a personal touch…His extraordinary journey grants us new insight into how a government run amok disenfranchised an entire generation.”

Kirkus Review:

“A dying father’s wartime army box yields a wealth of lively detail about American intelligence work in POW and displaced persons camps within the ruins of Europe…One man’s valiant story unearths valuable wartime details.”

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 “Nina Wolff Feld reimagines with thrilling verve her father’s life as a fugitive from Nazi Germany who returned to Europe from the United States as a refugee soldier. Besides her giving us an act of filial devotion par excellence, we are grateful to her for so deftly filling in one more blank in the vast nightmare of World War II. She has transformed a cache of letters written by her father to his family into a goldmine of unique historic interest.” –

—John Guare, playwright, author of Six Degrees of Separation and A Free Man of Color

New York Post


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  1. Hi Nina, We connected on Linked In – two daughters carrying on the legacy of their fathers.. Are you based in NY? It would be interesting to meet and talk. Best, Sandy Rubenstein http://www.MarkItWithaStone.com

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