Finding My Father


For most of us, being a daughter is second nature. But what if it wasn't? Jan Krulick-Belin lost her father unexpectedly at the age of six and never really got to know who he was as a father or as a man. It took finding 100 letters he had written to her mother during World War II for her to get a glimpse of who he was.

In fact, the discovery of the letters was just the beginning of a journey that took five years and ended up in Morocco in Northern Africa. She learned about her father as well as her own personal heritage and history.

Jan's is a fascinating story that test the bond of a father and daughter.

Book: Love, Bill: Finding My Father through Letters from World War II

 

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Funkorama Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Your Call Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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