In this episode we continue Andrej’s story with his sometimes, harrowing memories of how he became a child refugee in West Germany.
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So back to today’s episode – Andrej starts with the gradual building of unrest in East Germany and his family’s dramatic move to West Germany. It’s a sad story in parts, but ultimately you hear of Andrej’s triumph over adversity working for the US Forces in Germany.
We welcome back Andrej to our Cold War conversation…
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