LITCHFIELD, N.H. (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
From author Ilona Reinitzer, daughter of the man who had repeatedly defied death, The Nine Lives of Julius is a compelling story about wartime hardships and how one man somehow managed to cheat death so many times. Reinitzer’s book is the untold true story of a young man whose life was forever changed by World War II and its aftermath.
As a teenager, Julius Reinitzer was taken by the Nazis to work in a labor camp outside of Auschwitz. After escaping the labor camp, he joined the Czech underground where he fought against the Nazis during the Czech uprising. After the war, the communists attempted to arrest him for helping his twin brother escape Czechoslovakia. He had to immediately flee without a farewell to his family or his first true love.
As a young man, he performed espionage missions against the communists. During one of these missions, he was shot and captured by the Czech border police. He spent the next several years in communist prison and labor camps. Eventually, Julius escapes the labor camps and flees into Germany where he joins with a new unit of the U.S. Army called the Green Berets.
The Nine Lives of Julius is a compelling story about wartime hardships and how one man somehow managed to cheat death so many times. His story reveals the good in people and of the wonderful friendships that helped him to survive.
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About the Author
Ilona Reinitzer, daughter of Julius Reinitzer, has written this book to preserve her family history and inspire future generations who face hardships. Her hope is that the book's uplifting theme of friendships, determination, and positive outlook may help others facing adversity to find new strength. She lives with her family in New Hampshire.
The Nine Lives of Julius * by Ilona Reinitzer
A True Story of Survival
Publication Date: October 29, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 163 pages; 978-1-4797-0611-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 163 pages; 978-1-4797-0612-9
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