Do you believe in miracles? What would you do if you were caught in the throws of a devastating war as terror surrounds you? Where would you turn? Who would help you? In September of 1939, Hitler's Nazi war machine swept through Poland, leaving a trail of destruction, torment, death, and unspeakable horror. Innocent civilians found themselves caught in a maze of air raids, bombings, rifle fire, arrests, fear, and destruction. They walked through streets littered with corpses, struggled to find food and drink, and fought disease without doctors or medicine. They never knew what was around the next bend as they attempted to survive the horrors of World War II. It was in this setting that Wanda, her infant daughter and two young sons, along with her extended family members, struggled to survive the atrocities of war and the occupation that followed. This true story is one of suffering beyond human comprehension and fierce courage as Wanda desperately seeks to guide her family to safety. With chaos all around, she continually turns to her abiding faith in God for help and strength. This account is by turns violent, tragic, comic, gentle, haunting and a testimony of faith.