Lizzy Bennett: Pride and Prejudice, Revisited North Platte, Nebraska, 1943-1946--Part Forty-Two
Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Post by Onna Carr
At the same time Hitler’s Nazi regime was exterminating six million people in a Holocaust of massive proportions, a miracle and a small town had fed six million men on their way to and from a war that was fought in part to stop such a wrong,
and Elizabeth was confident it would not be the last incident of its kind recorded in the annals of history; but, for North Platte, Nebraska, the chapter of culinary kindnesses had closed.
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