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Second Chance at First Love (War Girls Romance Book 1)

Stan returns home from the battlefields of World War Two a broken and bitter man. He’s resigned himself to a life without love and happiness, sure no woman will put up with a cripple like him. Until the day Agnieska shows up on his porch. Agnieska has endured six years of cruel oppression in the […]

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Audiobook: Unyielding

Unyielding: Love and Resistance in WW2 Germany (World War II Trilogy) Eighty years ago on October 24, 1936 two people pledged their love — for each other, but also for their country and for humanity. They left a legacy of courage and resilience. Something that is all too often forgotten in our world today. Unyielding […]

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Latest Blog Posts.

Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp

Recently I visited the concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen that was hosting a temporary exhibition about Children in Concentration Camps. The Bergen-Belsen Memorial Foundation has interviewed many children survivors and made the video interviews available in the exhibition. Even after so many years the now aged people are still emotionally disturbed when talking about their experiences. […]

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Fallingbostel Military Museum

Recently our family ventured into the Northern part of Germany. For me the trip was filled with research for my upcoming novel Uncommon Sacrifice. While my kids and hubby enjoyed the theme park Heidepark Soltau, I set off to visit the concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen, a very sobering visit that I’ll tell you about in […]

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Warsaw Uprising

In June 2017  I spent a few days in Warsaw. Poland, and especially the capital has plenty of WW2 history. The picture to the left is the memorial for the fallen soldiers in the Warsaw Uprising, the biggest uprising against the German occupation anywhere in Europe. I spent half a day in the Warsaw Uprising […]

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About the Author

Marion Kummerow was born and raised in Germany, before she set out to "discover the world" and lived in various countries. In 1999 she returned to Germany and settled down in Munich where she's now living with her family. She's written several non-fiction books about Munich and Germany and published in 2016 her first historical fiction.