Years of Revelation B1, Ch 4Book 1: March 31st, 1939 Warsaw, Poland
Jozef got out of his father's black Ford car and shut the door behind him. He looked up to the large red apartment building in front of him. He made his way to the back of the car and opened the truck door, with five boxes stuffed in the back. Jozefs father, Bonik, got out of the car as well and walked to the back of the car to help carry in boxes.
"You know you don't have to move out," his father suggested to him.
"I'm not going to be a burden on both you at mom now that I am about to turn twenty."
"You're not a burden. Your mother and I always enjoyed you living at home.
"Jozef grabbed a box from the back of the car. "I'm only three blocks away dad. I can still take the street car to come see you." Jozef began to make his way to the door of the apartment building, as a boy riding on a bicycle rode by and threw a wad of newspapers on the side walk in front of the apartment building. The headlines read Independence for Polan
Years of Revelation B2, Ch 1
Book 2: March 21: 1939 Berlin, Germany
"You get the morning paper father," asked Günter to his father Heiner, who was sitting at the kitchen table drinking coffee.
"Yes, it's sitting in the den," replied his father before he took another sip of coffee. Günter walked across the kitchen, and into the den. He saw the paper sitting on his fathers red chair that faced the television. He picked it up and unfolded it to see the headline.
"You see the headline dad? The führer got Danzig back," yelled Günter to his father. "Yes, I saw," replied his father, as Günter walked back into the kitchen and sat down at the table with his father.
Günter Eckbert Manfred was a young, German, senior high school student from Berlin. He lived with his step mother, Maja, and his father, Heiner, and two younger sisters, Krista and Karina. As a young boy, Günters parents always found him to be a very quiet child. He always listened to his parents and never fought i
Years of Revelation B1, Ch 3Book 1: February 4th, 1939 Warsaw, Poland
'Ring,' the bell guarding the doorway to the café rang as a young women and her daughter led by the hand entered the door. Her daughter wore a small purple jacket buttoned up, with purple tights and black shoes. She smiled to Jozef and Celestyn, who were sitting at a table for two near the door. They both smiled back to her, as she waved to them with her small hands.
The young mother looked over as she shut the door to see the couple waving back to the young girl. She smiled to them, then walked over to the table with the little girl by the hand. "Could you please watch her for a moment while I order us some food," the young mother asked Celestyn. "Of course," she replied with a smile.
The little girl stood at the end of the table with her hands in her coat. Celestyn moved her cup of chocolate to her side and lead on the table t
Years of Revelation B1, Ch 2
Book 1: January 28th, 1939 Warsaw, Poland
"Don't forget, we are having you aunt and uncle over for dinner tonight. Be back around four." "Alright mama. Bye!" Jozef shut the door behind him as the cold breeze brushed against his face. He made his way down the street with his school bag in his right hand and his left hand tucked into his coat pocket. He passed the yellow apartment building and crossed the street over to the street car stop. He sat down on the bench, sniffing his nose.
Jozef sat at the street car stop with his coat bundled up and his scarf around his face for ten minutes. His black school bag sat next to him, frozen to the bench. A street car could be seen pulling up to the stop screeching and rumbling. The driver opened the door as Jozef stood up from the bench and grabbed his bag. He stepped up onto the stairs of the street car and handed the driver his ticket. He looked back into the street car and noticed Celestyn sitting by herself on the right side
Years of Revelation B1, Ch 1
Book 1: January 13th, 1939 Warsaw, Poland
"So what do you do Mr. Tanek?" "Please, call me Jozef," said Jozef with his Polish accent, looking into the eyes of the beautiful blond sitting across the table. "Well, I am somewhat of an artist." The young women adjusted her green dress in her chair. She then began digging into her green purse sitting on the table in front of her.
"Is that so? What kind of an artist, if you don't mind me asking?" The young blond pulled a cigarette and liter out of her purse and began to light the end with the cigarette in her lips. Jozef sat back in his chair, trying to get away from the odor that was about to engulf the small booth in the darkly light restaurant.
"I'm studying to be a film maker actually." Jozef had a disgusted look upon his face, as the smoke from the women drifted its way over to him.
"Well, isn't that interesting," said the young women as she gazed at Jozef with a grin on he
The Years of Revelation Intro
World War II:
The Years of Revelation
In the 1930's, the nation known as Germany fell into the ideals of a group known as the Nationalist Social Workers Party or Nazi Party, led by a man named Adolf Hitler, that focused on the ideals of racial purity. In 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany, leading to the creation of a totalitarian regime known as the Third Reich. With the creation of this regime, all of Germany was taken into the ideals of the Nazi party. Adolf Hitler soon eliminated the government system in Germany at the time; bring himself up to be the leader of Germany or what is known as the führer. With their new führer, Adolf Hitler, presented the country with a book written by himself, known as Mien Kampf (My War). With this book, the ideology of racial purity and the perfect race infected the minds of the German nation.
As Adolf Hitler made his speeches to the nation, t
Dark Angel 3A Single Wish
Ludo walked behind the wooden cart Lucio and Ontio drove, leading Master Taio's on his horse. His gaze looked down and out upon the dirt road they traveled. Ludo had a tired look upon his face, as if his mind was else where. He tripped on a rock, causing him to fall forward and pull the horse along with him. Ludo quickly regained his balance and slowed down the horse back to it's original leisurely pace.
"You alright Ludo," asked Taio.
"Yes, I am sorry Master. I must have tripped on something," replied Ludo.
"If I didn't know better, I would say your mind is abroad?" Ludo looked back to the open fields around him. "I guess you could say that, signore."
"I hear word that you seek a maiden back home." Master Taio looked down at Ludo with a grin, though Ludo focused on the road ahead. His heart sank in his chest, knowing that his secret was now in danger.
"Well, if this is so, I will not been one to stop you. So long as it doesn't interrupter your work."
Ludo's heart came ba