Radka Yakimov's Ashes of Wars PDF

By Radka Yakimov

"It is 1890 while 3 younger women head towards a meadow hidden within the woods open air the village of Shipkovtsi, Bulgaria. As Trina, Vella, and Dobrinka meet in entrance of an outdated monastery, a kinfolk treasure held mystery for generations is printed. in any case, there are 3 piles of gold—one in entrance of every sister—but one pile is greater than the others. An inheritance has been unfairly divided, leaving sisters feeling cheated.
In ASHES of WARS, Radka Yakimov narrates the tale of the descendents of 2 of these Bulgarian sisters. Reconstructed traditionally at the foundation of recorded evidence, tales passed down from new release to new release, and her personal own reminiscences, Yakimov chronicles the most occasions that impacted the lives of 4 generations of Bulgarians in the course of the 20th century. As she relays a saga concerning the twenty-three males, ladies, and youngsters who escaped looking for a more secure position, Yakimov takes her readers past the confines of Bulgaria into Yugoslavia, to a refugee camp in Trieste, and eventually to new lives in Canada and the USA.
ASHES of WARS profiles the braveness, grit, and resolution of the folks of an attractive Balkan state torn through wars and oppression, yet sustained through hopes for a brighter future."

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