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A wonderful story of revenge and forgiveness.
Harold spent 9 years of his life in Germany. His American father is a member of the consul’s journalists based in Germany where his father met his German mother, a secretary in the office. Harold and his sister who was 15 then were both born in Germany. He was 9 years old when the war started. During the World War II his parents thought it will be safer for them to stay in Germany since his mother is a German. That time, news about Christians and Jews are jailed and killed spread the whole nation. Although they fear for his life for being a christian and american, the family decided to take the offer of foreigners staying will be given respect and will be treated fairly. One night, soldiers went to their house to investigate about his father, suspecting him to be a spy and took all his articles on sports. They offered him to work for the military so they will be spared. His father told them even if he is a spy they will not join them and turn his back from Jesus Christ. His mother showed them a certificate, and an id to prove them he is not a spy, but they also took his mother. Harold and his sister can’t do anything but to pray for their parents.
Since then they haven’t seen their parents or hear from them. Days became weeks, and weeks became months, all along they thought they are just clearing things at the military headquarters. He never thought that they will never see them again. Until they received a letter saying they need to come at the headquarters and pay for his parent’s release. They couldn’t think of anything to pay since they have no money left since they took his parents. They are paying the soldiers for their parent’s safety in jail monthly. His sister cried after reading the letter, but told him they will go and will get their parents.
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