Paul Kalmbach Autobiography 10-24-1897 Knadau, Krasnodar, Russia to 8-12-1981 Seattle, WA, USA. Get past the extremes and innocence of a wild but simple life in a Russian village, rivers flush with every fish, young children thinking nothing of tying lizard tails together at play, amidst cossacks on horseback in bear caps returning from the hunt rife with wolf pelts, and feel astounding adventures growing up, in this true story, of a German-Russian boy near Krasnodar,immediately preceding the Bolshevik Revolution. Devour this autobiography, available for the first time on paperback, of brave and lucky Paul, who escaped by himself at sixteen, on a ship bound for North America, initially joining cousins in Calgary, Canada, attending Redfield College Academy and Seminary, then York College in Nebraska. Fulfilling his Mom's wish to become a Congregational Minister and later Real Estate Agent, surviving college work, dock work and Chicago's 1920s Mob Streets, always cherishing his destiny... More > of becoming American.< Less
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