Vell, Vell, Vell: The Life of a Twentieth Century American Immigrant Paul W. Reidl

Vell, Vell, Vell: The Life of a Twentieth Century American Immigrant

Author: Paul W. Reidl
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Book Title
Vell, Vell, Vell: The Life of a Twentieth Century American Immigrant
Author
Paul W. Reidl
ISBN
9781647015114
This is the moving story of William J. "Bill" Reidl. He grew up as a German in a village in southern Hungary, came to America in 1920, worked hard, and lived the American dream. He was a humble carpenter and raconteur with a self-effacing sense of humor. His is a story shared by millions of his peers-escaping war and violence, finding happiness and love in America, and living a long and happy life. More importantly, it is a love story-his love for his wife and how he dealt with her descent into Alzheimer's for decades, his love for his children, and above all, his love for his grandson. It is a story of their love for each other as family, the good times they shared, and the sad times they endured. This will make the reader laugh and cry and, hopefully, inspire them to explore and preserve their family's story.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Paul W. ReidlPublisher: Page Publishing, Inc.Published: 04/20/2021ISBN: 9781647015114Pages: 264Weight: 1.05lbsSize: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.72d

This is the moving story of William J. "Bill" Reidl. He grew up as a German in a village in southern Hungary, came to America in 1920, worked hard, and lived the American dream. He was a humble carpenter and raconteur with a self-effacing sense of humor. His is a story shared by millions of his peers-escaping war and violence, finding happiness and love in America, and living a long and happy life.

More importantly, it is a love story-his love for his wife and how he dealt with her descent into Alzheimer's for decades, his love for his children, and above all, his love for his grandson. It is a story of their love for each other as family, the good times they shared, and the sad times they endured.

This will make the reader laugh and cry and, hopefully, inspire them to explore and preserve their family's story.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Paul W. Reidl
Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
Published: 04/20/2021
ISBN: 9781647015114
Pages: 264
Weight: 1.05lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.72d

This is the moving story of William J. "Bill" Reidl. He grew up as a German in a village in southern Hungary, came to America in 1920, worked hard, and lived the American dream. He was a humble carpenter and raconteur with a self-effacing sense of humor. His is a story shared by millions of his peers-escaping war and violence, finding happiness and love in America, and living a long and happy life.

More importantly, it is a love story-his love for his wife and how he dealt with her descent into Alzheimer's for decades, his love for his children, and above all, his love for his grandson. It is a story of their love for each other as family, the good times they shared, and the sad times they endured.

This will make the reader laugh and cry and, hopefully, inspire them to explore and preserve their family's story.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Paul W. Reidl
Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.
Published: 04/20/2021
ISBN: 9781647015114
Pages: 264
Weight: 1.05lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.72d