Monday, February 9, 2015

Mennonites in Siberia in the 1920s

Saskatchewan novelist Janice L. Dick’s newest book, Other Side of the River, is about Mennonites in Siberia during the 1920s—their trials and tribulations, and the triumph of faith. An article she wrote about it appeared in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix and Regina Leader. Here’s a link:  . And here’s an article about it in the Humboldt Journal:



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