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Will of the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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Will of the Volga is the sixth of my novels spinning struggles of different German families and their many descendants, as they moved ever farther and farther from the old homeland. It begins in... More > Kröffelbach, northeast of Frankfurt, Germany. A miller, Philipp Will and wife Anna Veronica Holland, wonder if the rains will ever stop. They do, but the resulting flood washes away their mill and everything they own. That storm changed their lives and others lives forever. As you move through the pages of the next 154 years, you will meet many more additional characters spinning out their lives. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as a fictional story; but remember, this is fiction and fantasy, and not a research manual, and you should not assume any of it true. Some of it is, much of it is not! Hopefully, reading it may spark some questions about your own ancestors. Even better, it might make you think about God, from who these amazing people got their strength to overcome all obstacles. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Will of the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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Will of the Volga is the sixth of my novels spinning the the struggles of different German families and their many descendants as they emigrated ever farther and farther from the old homeland. It... More > begins in Kröffelbach, northeast of Frankfurt, Germany. A miller, Philipp Will and wife Anna Veronica Holland, wonder if the rains will ever stop. They do, but the resulting flood washes away their mill and everything else. The storm changed their lives and the lives of others forever. As you move through the next 154 years, you will meet many more additional characters spinning out their lives. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as a fictional story; but remember, this is fiction and fantasy, and not a research manual, and you should not assume any of it true. Some of it is, much of it is not! Hopefully, reading it may spark some questions about your own ancestors. Even better, it might make you think about God, from who these amazing people got their strength to overcome all obstacles. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Will of the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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Will of the Volga is the sixth of my novels spinning the stories of the struggles of different German families and their many descendants, as they emigrated ever farther away from old Germany. This... More > story begins in Kröffelbach, a 2 day ride northeast of Frankfurt. A miller, Philipp Will and his wife Anna Veronica Holland, wonder if the rains will ever stop. They do, but the following flood washes away their mill and everything else. That flood changed their lives and the lives of many others forever. As you move through the the next 154 years, you will meet many more spinning out their lives. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as a fictional story; but remember, this is fiction and fantasy, and not a research manual, and you should not assume any of it true. Some of it is, much of it is not! Hopefully, reading it may spark some questions about your own ancestors, and it may help you think about God, from who these amazing people got their strength to overcome all obstacles. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Escape to the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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Escape to the Volga is the third of my books spinning the tales of the struggles of different German families and their many descendants, as they emigrated ever farther away from the old homeland. It... More > begins in the village of Darmstadt in 1738. A happily married couple of the Lutheran Faith is caught up in who is to blame for a terrible accident. Others, actually to blame, out to protect their wealth and lives, easily take advantage and force this innocent couple to run for their very lives. As you move through the next 172 years, you will meet many more additional characters spinning out their lives. I hope you enjoy it as a fictional story; but remember, this is fiction and fantasy, and not a research manual, and you should not assume any of it true. Some of it is, much of it is not! Hopefully, reading it may spark questions about your own ancestors. Even better, it might make you think about GOD, from who these amazing people got their strength to overcome all obstacles. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
MARCH TO THE VOLGA By D. Philipp Kaiser
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It is the year 1764 in a land far different from the Germany today, a land ruled by feudal princes and religious zealots. The terrible Seven Years’ War is done, but the tales of religious... More > atrocities from the long past Thirty Years’ War are still fresh in the minds of all. No tolerance at this time; the Catholics and Protestants openly hate each other. A young Lutheran country couple, along with a strange new city friend, slowly travel from village Heilbronn north to Lübeck, one step at a time towards the “Promised Land.” Sailing to, and walking across much of Russia, our couple arrives to help build the Volga Colony of Balzer.Over the next 130 years, they and their descendants triumph over evils and carve out a bountiful life, before again moving on to the new “Promised Land,” AMERICA, settling in the San Joaquin Valley near Fresno, California. MARCH TO THE VOLGA is one in a series of historical fiction novels, each based on a different Deutsche family in the 1760’s. www.MarchToTheVolga.com< Less
MARCH TO THE VOLGA By D. Philipp Kaiser
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It is the year 1764 in a land far different from the Germany today, a land ruled by feudal princes and religious zealots. The terrible Seven Years’ War is done, but the tales of religious... More > atrocities from the long past Thirty Years’ War are still fresh in the minds of all. No tolerance at this time; the Catholics and Protestants openly hate each other. A young Lutheran country couple, along with a strange new city friend, slowly travel from village Heilbronn north to Lübeck, one step at a time towards the “Promised Land.” Sailing to, and walking across much of Russia, our couple arrives to help build the Volga Colony of Balzer.Over the next 130 years, they and their descendants triumph over evils and carve out a bountiful life, before again moving on to the new “Promised Land,” AMERICA, settling in the San Joaquin Valley near Fresno, California. MARCH TO THE VOLGA is one in a series of historical fiction novels, each based on a different Deutsche family in the 1760’s. www.MarchToTheVolga.com< Less
March to the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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It is the year 1764 in a land far different from the Germany today, a land ruled by feudal princes and religious zealots. The terrible Seven Years’ War is done, but the tales of religious... More > atrocities from the long past Thirty Years’ War are still fresh in the minds of all. No tolerance at this time; the Catholics and Protestants openly hate each other. A young Lutheran country couple, along with a strange new city friend, slowly travels from village Heilbronn north to Lübeck, one step at a time towards the “Promised Land.” Sailing on to Russia, and walking across much of it, the couple is there to build the Volga Colony of Balzer. Over the next 130 years, they and their many descendants triumph over evils and carve out a bountiful life, before again moving on to the new “Promised Land” of America, making their new homes in the San Joaquin Valley near Fresno. 'March to the Volga' is the first in a series of historical fiction novels based on a Deutsche family as they leave for the Volga Colonies in the 1760’s.< Less
March to the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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It is the year 1764 in a land far different from the Germany today, a land ruled by feudal princes and religious zealots. The terrible Seven Years’ War is done, but the tales of religious... More > atrocities from the long past Thirty Years’ War are still fresh in the minds of all. No tolerance at this time; the Catholics and Protestants openly hate each other. A young Lutheran country couple, along with a strange new city friend, slowly travels from village Heilbronn north to Lübeck, one step at a time towards the “Promised Land.” Sailing on to Russia, and walking across much of it, the couple is there to build the Volga Colony of Balzer. Over the next 130 years, they and their many descendants triumph over evils and carve out a bountiful life, before again moving on to the new “Promised Land” of America, making their new homes in the San Joaquin Valley near Fresno. 'March to the Volga' is the first in a series of historical fiction novels based on a Deutsche family as they leave for the Volga Colonies in the 1760’s.< Less
Harvest of the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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Harvest of the Volga is the fifth of my novels spinning the stories of the struggles of different German families and their many descendants, as they emigrated ever farther and farther away from the... More > old homeland. It begins in 1766 in Germany, a 3 hour walk north of Frankfurt. A married couple, Johannes and Anna Ursula Trippel of Nieder Eschbach, face a terrible fire that destroys all they have. That night changes their lives, and the lives of many others, forever. As you move through the pages of the next 154 years, you will meet many more additional characters spinning out their lives. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as a fictional story; but remember, this is fiction and fantasy, and not a research manual, and you should not assume any of it true. Some of it is, much of it is not! Hopefully, reading it may spark some questions about your own ancestors. Even better, it might make you think about God, from who these amazing people got their strength to overcome all obstacles. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Harvest of the Volga By D. Philipp Kaiser
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Harvest of the Volga is the fifth of my novels spinning the stories of the struggles of different German families and their many descendants, as they emigrated ever farther and farther away from the... More > old homeland. It begins in 1766 in Nieder Eschbach, a 3 hour walk north of Frankfurt, Germany. A married couple, Johannes and Anna Ursula Trippel, face a terrible fire that destroys all they have. That night changed their lives, and the lives of many others, forever. As you move through the pages of the next 154 years, you will meet many more additional characters spinning out their lives. I sincerely hope you enjoy it as a fictional story; but remember, this is fiction and fantasy, and not a research manual, and you should not assume any of it true. Some of it is, much of it is not! Hopefully, reading it may spark some questions about your own ancestors. Even better, it might make you think about God, from who these amazing people got their strength to overcome all obstacles. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less