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A Couple’s Love Survives War

A pair of young lovers fight for their love amidst the gruesome battle of New Ulm

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Trial and Triumph by Kevin Hoffmann
Trial and Triumph by Kevin Hoffmann

When the Native Americans have had enough of the American government, they orchestrated an uprising, which led to the murder of hundreds of men, women, and children in Minnesota. The story of Kevin Hoffmann’s book, Trial and Triumph, narrates this incident along with a love story that was severed in the gruesome battle.
Originally a novel written in German, now translated into English, Trial and Triumph is an account of a historical event in Minnesota during the Civil War. The book details the rising conflict between the Native Americans and the German American settlers in the city of New Ulm, Minnesota. It puts the readers in suspense with its detailed narrative of the Native American revolution along with the poignant separation of an engaged young couple.
Walter and his fiancée, Elsie, were caught in the bloody conflict. They helped the people of New Ulm fight against the Native Americans until they were separated by an unfortunate necessity. Later, Walter joined the Union forces out of dismay, believing that his fiancée was among the casualties of the battle of New Ulm. Unbeknownst to him, Elsie was still alive and was on a mission to find him.
Readers will enjoy this story filled with action, suspense, romance, and history. Copies of the historical fiction novel are available for purchase at selected online bookstores. More information about Hoffmann and his work are available on his website,
Trial and Triumph
Written by Kevin Hoffmann
Kindle | $2.99
Paperback | $10.86
Hardcover | 31.46
Book copies are available at LitFire Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Kevin Hoffmann’s fascination with the history of the Sioux uprising began when he was a young boy. The making of the book started when he received a copy of New Ulm, the book upon which this story was translated from. He invested resources into translating the book to learn its story and to share it with others.

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