A young Jewish girl discovers
the Messiah’s faithfulness
in the midst of the Holocaust
By Anita Dittman with Jan Markell
2005, 3rd ed.
Lighthouse Trails Publishing
192 pages, $13.95 Retail
Photos and illustrations
"[W]ill sweep you into 1930s Germany and back with your faith firmly intact." Lee Holman, former editor, Messianic Times
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Anita Dittman was just a little girl when the winds of Hitler and Nazism began to blow through Germany. By the time she was twelve, the war had begun.
Abandoned by her father when he realized the price of being associated with a Jewish wife and family, Anita and her mother were ultimately left to fend for themselves. Anita’s teenage years are spent desperately fighting for survival yet learning to trust in the One she discovered would not leave her …
“Suddenly Hella was racing down the street to meet me as
I entered our block, panic and fear written all over her face. Her body shook visibly, and her face was contorted because she was about to break into tears. Curious people stared at Hella, but they kept moving, afraid to get involved. I sensed even before she spoke that disaster had struck our home. ‘Mother’s been taken!’ she gasped.”
** PHOTOS ON THIS WEBSITE ARE TAKEN FROM
TRAPPED IN HITLER'S HELL
Women digging in a concentration camp in Germany during WW II
Be merciful unto me,
O God, be merciful unto me:
for my soul trusteth in thee:
yea, in the shadow of thy wings
will I make my refuge
until these calamities be overpast.
For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.