Nothing is sure today. And we must be reminded that we are the watchman
OREGON CITY, Ore. (PRWEB) January 25, 2018
Within the pages of The Battle For Life, ($14.99, paperback, 9781498461535; $7.99, e-book, 9781498461542) written by Stan and Galina Shkurinsky and translated by Yelena Primachenko, readers will immerse themselves in a true story of terror and survival in the Soviet Union during the time of World War II. They tell a harrowing tale of starvation, violence, and vengeance that miraculously allows room for love and God. Moved to help bring her grandparents’ experiences to light, Primachenko translates their words from Russian into English in order to share this important piece of history told firsthand.
“Nothing is sure today. And we must be reminded that we are the watchman,” states the Primachenko. “I felt obligated to let others know what could lay ahead for America. Our Constitution on the line. This is the time to be reminded of history and not let it repeat. When I was working on this book I felt that time was going against me because of the many things that were taking place around the world. I felt that I almost was running out of time to inform and remind others of the past. This info is too valuable to keep for my family and not share.”
Yelena Primachenko is a devoted Christian and the granddaughter of the authors, Stan and Galina Shkurinsky. She immigrated to America from Ukraine as a child.
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