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The Teutonic Cross by James Muench
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The Teutonic Cross

by James Muench

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Heinrich Kueter, just returned to the United States from the Filipino War, moves to the small town of Franklinton, Missouri. Thankful to be done with the war, he is ready to settle down and resume a peaceful life. His job as history instructor at the local college should help him attain this. He even finds love, but life in this small town is not as peaceful as Heinrich had hoped. Discrimination rears its ugly head, and as hard as Heinrich tries to remain out of it, circumstances demand that he become involved and stand up for what is right.

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