Karl-Heinz Schnibbe was one of three Mormon teenagers who attempted to awaken Germans to Hitler's lies, at his own peril. The dust jacket for his book The Price said of him, in 1984:
Karl-Heinz Schnibbe… emigrated from Germany to the United States in 1952, after having survived seven years of imprisonment and hard labor in Germany and Russia during and immediately after World War II.
He is a skilled craftsman in fine finishing work, doing painting, including fancy decorative work; wallpaper hanging; stenciling; and gold leafing. Symphony Hall in Salt Lake City and several Angel Moroni statues were gold-leafed by the author. He enjoys classical music and frequently participates in amateur productions by a local German theater group. He and his wife, the former Joan Robinson, reside in Salt Lake City.
Karl-Heinz Schnibbe (Wikipedia)