Soldier on a Train, from “Suppressed I Rise”
“The compartment was now completely full. Looking out to the passageway through the inside window, I could see a German soldier standing in the crowded passageway. He had his back to the outside window and I could see his reflection and knew that he had field rations attached to his belt. As he glanced towards me, he could see how hungry and drawn I looked. I was grateful when he kindly offered to share his rations with me. Although many people became nasty and bitter because of the trials of war, there were still some kind and decent people left. There was no doubt but that this war had left an indelible imprint on everyone!”
Photo Caption: Crowded German Refugee Train during WW2. (Visit Facebook for Pictures & Photos.”
Captain Hank Bracker, Historian, Author and Master Mariner of the award winning books; “The Exciting Story of Cuba” and “Suppressed I Rise.” Available at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, BooksAMillion.com and many Independent Book Stores.