"As I hung up the phone, the enormity of what had just been given to me seemed to smother the life inside of me..I was a Holocaust survivor." Having grown up in post-WWII Poland, Peter Loth knew very little about his past. As an adult, even the few details Peter thought he understood about his life began to unravel. With the help of the American Red Cross, Peter discovered a piece of his past that would change everything - he had been born in Stutthof Concentration Camp. In this gripping memoir, Peter embarks on a painful journey back to his childhood full of abuse, loneliness, and hatred. As Peter wrestles with his anger and bitterness standing in the remains of his birthplace almost 60 years later, God breaks in. Peter learns how to give and receive forgiveness, which transforms his life and brings him the peace he has been searching for. Peter Loth is an international speaker who carries a message of reconciliation between nations, cultures, families, and individuals. He and his wife live in Kansas City. Sandra Kellogg Rath received her Bachelor's Degree in Speech Communication and her Master's Degree in Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University. She is currently earning her Doctoral Degree in Communication at Arizona State University.
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