Which Way Now?
A Novel by Chris Rahn
Merriam Press World War II Fiction
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Internment in America—over four-hundred thousand Germans were imprisoned behind barbed wire in five hundred prisoner-of-war camps across the United States during World War II.
"Which Way Now?" is the story of Wilhelm Schmidt, a young diplomat stationed at the German consulate in St. Paul, Minnesota, at the time America is joining the war. Pressured into spying for his homeland, his efforts land him in a labor camp for captured German soldiers.
Sent to work on a local farm, he falls in love with Laura Wojtek, a young woman whose fiancé is a pilot in the U.S. Army. Wilhelm’s and Laura’s journey to war’s end is fraught with conflicted loyalties, ill-fated love, and eventual reconciliation.
360 6x9-inch pages
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