Unspoken Words


By Shari J. Ryan

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"Women and children to the right. Men, to the left," I once said.

From 1942 to 1944 I was what some called a Jew killer. Though, I have never hurt a soul, I was responsible for separating Jewish families, ensuring they would never see each other again. Those who were sick, were sent to their death ... by me because I was forced to follow the enemy. The war stole my right of beliefs, my goals for a future, my left arm, and the love of my life.

I saved Amelia ...

... then I lost her.

And after more than seventy years, I'm told she's alive and asking for me.

Will love be enough to overcome the silence of more than seven decades?

Unspoken Words