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East Wind is the incredible story of Maria Zeitner Linke—of her indomitable spirit
and courageous faith as she faced the death camps and prisons of Stalin’s Russia.
“Only one who has felt the nearness of death can truly be grateful for each new day,
no matter how much suffering it might bring.” Thus speaks Maria Linke, survivor of
nine years’ imprisonment in the death camps and prisons of Stalin’s Russia following
World War II.
There have been many “God is faithful amid the horrors of war” stories, and although
East Wind fits this description, it is far more than just another war story.
The unusual aspects of Maria’s life make this book so arrestingly different. The
winsome portrait of a childhood lived on the banks of the Volga River as the daughter
of a wealthy pre-Revolution German industrialist . . . The tragedy of banishment to
Siberia and life among the nomadic tribes there . . . The flight from a burning Cossack
village and escape to Germany during the Russian Revolution . . . Teen years in lively
Berlin . . . World War II and her work as an interpreter in the labor camps of Germany
. . . Her arrest as a spy by the advancing Russian armies . . . Miraculous escapes from
death . . . Romance . . . The infamous Waldeheim trials . . . And transcending it all, the
rare sense of humor that could find laughter in the most horrible of circumstances.
East Wind is a powerful book. Historically, its scope is broad. Spiritually, its impact
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