My Family Is All I Have
The extraordinary true story of how one British woman was trapped in Eastern Europe for 50 years, first by the Nazis and then by Communism.
Helen-Alice Dear was only 15 when she went to Bulgaria on a family holiday in 1937. Just weeks after her arrival, she found herself prevented from leaving. Her marriage to a Bulgarian man bore her four children, but they were often homeless, cold and hungry. Helen refused to give up hope and bravely managed to protect and raise four happy children. When the Berlin Wall fell, Helen was finally able to fulfil her dream of returning to her homeland.
A heart-wrenching tale of courage and resilience, which proves just how indomitable the human spirit can be.
- Published by Soundings Audio
- Fiction/Non-FictionNon Fiction
- Genre Autobiography
- Target Audience Adult
- Released 1st April 2008
- Duration 8 Hrs. 00 Mins.
- ISBN 9781407926353
Helen-Alice Dear with Andrew Crofts
Anne Dover’s career spans over 30 years in the entertainment industry. From appearances on variety shows on TV in the 1960s to presenting TV and radio programmes, and acting in a number of TV dramas... more