Shades of War
World War II and the Families That Endured
About the Book
VICTIM OF WAR Men who start wars do not live to experience the aftermath They escape by death at their own hand ar at the hand of the opposition. For victims, war is much worse after the last shot is fired. Wartime fears experienced during bombing raids, and physical attacks by strangers are exchanged for the horror of lost protection, the anguish of starvation, the deprivation of loved ones, and the loss of meaningful life. Victims of war are bequeathed fear, loneliness, suffering, and uncertainty, but endure to teach future generations the lessons they have learned the hard way. Shades of War explores the lives of families in the United States, The Netherlands and Germany during World War II and traces the post war years and the residual effects of war-time experiences on those that endured.
About the Author
S. Jeaniene Amos of Babson Park, Florida has spent nearly 50 years as an educator working in classrooms from pre-school to college. In addition to her work as a teacher and administrator she has been the author of numerous professional books and articles in the field of education. A graduate of Otterbein College, Wright State University, and The University of Toledo she also attended United Theological Seminary where she studied Christian Education. The author, a mother of four and grandmother of three, admits an early fascination with history which has led her to a lifelong study of the subject. A member of the Florida Writers Association, her retirement has provided her with the opportunity to realize her dream of writing on historical subjects.