A Dutch Immigrant family's journey from teh ravages of concentration Camp 'Vught' to Beautiful British Columbia

From Rotterdam to Vught to Vancouver

This is a book about certain events in WW II, written by the daughter of a Dutch couple who served in the underground, fighting against the Nazi regime in occupied Holland. The author has written the story of her parents whose underground engagement consisted of resisting the German Wehrmacht in every possible way. Because her father did not want to work as a policeman for the Nazis, his mother, father and seven siblings were sent to concentration camp Vught in southern Holland. Prisoner 7058, one of the author's uncles and younger brother of her father, wrote about the family's experiences in this concentration camp. The author has translated her uncle's book and incorporated it into this larger book. Part II describes the early immigrant life of the author and her parents as they came to British Columbia in 1951 to seek freedom and peace in the land of their liberators, the Canadian soldiers who fought so bravely to free Holland from the Nazi regime.

Johanna Campbell, DTh., is an author, speaker and teacher who lives in Abbotsford, British Columbia. She walked with her husband throughout his eight-year journey with CBD (corticobasal degeneration, a rare neurological condition) until he crossed the finish line into glory.


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Johanna Campbell is an author, speaker and teacher who lives in Abbotsford, British Columbia.
Look for more books from her in 2024. She can be contacted by her email address: info@jessetreepublications.com