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Wheels of Life presents a heartbreaking memoir that begins in East Germany in the years immediately preceding World War II. Hannelore Fiebig tells the story of growing up with her sister and brothers and their family in their family apartment.

The story begins at a time when modern technology was not even thought of and the world was on the brink of war. The war has not been kind to Hannelore?s family; in 1945 as they try to reclaim their home after a raid, they discover that all of their belongings have been destroyed and their landlady has lost her mind.

As the family struggles, they make the difficult decision to immigrate to Australia, where they will have the opportunity to start a new life. Right before she is set to leave on her long journey, Hannelore?s love, Gunter, asks for her hand in marriage. They agree to marry when she returns, but her life takes a very different path once she arrives in Australia. Wheels of Life spans over forty years and takes the reader from Germany to Australia?it is an unforgettable memoir of a life well-lived.

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