It Happened in the Seventies
Dieter Luske - Writer

A Memoir of Love, Colliding Worlds and a House on a Hill

By attempting the impossible - one is meaningfully occupied (D.L.)

It happened in the seventies

Dieter Lüske is a writer who enjoys life and life's journey. He loves working with Giselle, his wife, in their enchanted organic garden, dabbles in art and music and consults on holistic health and lifestyle topics.

Dieter is the author of 3 books and has published hundreds of articles about lifestyle philosophy and lives by his motto.

"By attempting the impossible - one is meaningfully occupied (D.L.)"


It happened in the seventies

A Memoir of Love, Colliding Worlds and a House on a Hill

The book is in the editing and formatting process, consisting of 27 chapters at over 350 pages. It will include images.

Book launch - February 2023 - pre-order now -

Dieter Luske -> Author Profile - It happened in the seventies

Published by LU-Books

Edited by Edited by Lynne Lloyd


The Seventies - Photos:

NOTE: Below images are NOT included in the book...

Lawn Bowling - Sydney 1974

Arriving in 1974 in Sydney, we encountered those ladies in the photo on our first long walk. Those ladies must be...
"Nurses on an outing", was our first conclusion.

Sydne 1974 - Opera and Harbour Bridge View

1974 - Hunting for photos with a broad enough view to appreciate Sydney as a whole provided this panorama.
Can you recognise from where this photo was taken?


Sydney Harbour View - 1974

Admiring the view in 1974 in Sydney, the setting of the book "It Happened in the Seventies", walking from Bondi to Double Bay.
What is the name of that church?

Sydney Harbour Bridge - 1974

1974 - Sydney Harbour Bridge - Opera House

Who is that girl?


It happened in the seventies- Bondi 1974

1974 - Bondi
The picture was taken with a 300mm telephoto lens

It happened in the seventies - Bondi 1975

1975 - Bondi
The picture was taken with a 300mm telephoto lens


.... we are gathered here ..
Cementery in Sydney - 1974

Luna Park in the seventies - Sydney

Luna Park - 1975
Yes, it happened in the seventies


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Book Description

It Happened in the
Seventies

From the author of ‘Do You Believe in You’ comes an intriguing story of personal risk-taking, self-discovery and profound change.

At only twenty-one, Dieter started his own thriving business and lived the good life in Hamburg, Germany. By the age of twenty-four, he knew something was missing: there must be more to life than earning a living, and he wanted to find it in Australia as a quest for all things vital, health, love, creativity, meaning, purpose and independence. 

How does life continue if one decides to leave all one has achieved?

Dieter met Giselle on Christmas Day 1973. They didn’t want a relationship but the universe had other ideas! Arriving in Sydney in 1974, they lived, worked and explored Australia in their yellow panel van for two and a half years, discovering themselves and their unpredictable future. 

Driving from one adventure to another, they faced unexpected dangers and found paradise in unforeseen places. 

Devastating news arrived from Hamburg – their dreams and reality collided. 

Could they still achieve their goals and live their dream lifestyle?

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An inspiring read of a life-changing escapade Down Under
Phil Brown - Arts Editor
The Courier-Mail 

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The Bookshelf

Blended For Intensive Flavou Book - by Giselle and Dieter

About the Book

Paintings and Poetry - a collection of curiously artful paintings skillfully intermixed with smithereens of subterranean poetry bordering on the incredible, enhanced with quirkiness. You may as well sit back and enjoy.

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