Author Johannes Krane Shares the Heart-Wrenching Story of Childhood Robbed by Nazi Oppression.
KALAMA, WA, April 21, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Johannes Krane’s latest book, “Innocence Denied,” is a powerful memoir that explores the harrowing experiences he and his brother faced during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. The book takes readers back to the Hunger Winter of 1944-45, providing a unique insight into the challenges of daily life during this tumultuous time.
“Innocence Denied” follows the story of Krane and his brother as they struggle to survive and protect their family amidst the horrors of war. The narrative highlights the lengths people will go to protect their loved ones and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of unimaginable adversity.
Krane’s writing is compelling and deeply personal, offering readers a poignant look into the struggles those who lived through the war faced. The book portrays the power of love and family, inspiring anyone facing their own challenges.
“Innocence Denied” is a must-read for anyone interested in history, memoirs, or stories of resilience and survival. It is a poignant reminder of the power of the human spirit and the importance of family in times of crisis.
Johannes Krane’s life has been marked by resilience, determination, and creativity. Born and raised in the Netherlands, Johannes Krane endured the hardships of WWII and the Nazi occupation of his country before emigrating to the United States in search of new opportunities.
In due course, Krane achieved remarkable success as an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley and founded several organizations, including art galleries, inspired by his profound love for art. He also established an online used bookstore, Elephant Books, during the early days of Amazon and published various self-help books that the public immensely acknowledged and applauded.
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