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Book: MURDER AT GALLIPOLI - Battle of Gallipoli by David Wilson
"Murder at Gallipoli" relates the strategy and action of the Battle of Gallipoli with an account of the work of the Field Ambulance. It points out the weaknesses of the campaign and questions if the war should ever have taken place and why lessons had not been learned from previous similar campaigns. It also examines the conduct of the Generals.
 
Book: #Berlin45 - The Final Days of the Third Reich by Philip Gibson
What if there had been social media during World War II? This is not a book in the usual book format. It is the compelling story of the final 20 days of Hitler's Third Reich told in the form of imaginary social media posts based on actual statements by Hitler, Churchill, Truman, Zhukov, Eisenhower, Goebbels, Bormann, Patton, Eva Braun and many others. The story begins with the announcement of, [...]
 
Book: The Frenchman's Daughters by Paul Sinkinson
The daughters of a French railway engineer are thrown together, with a number of British and French soldiers, in the aftermath and turmoil of events that followed the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940. Following an emotional and traumatic escape from the advancing German forces they arrive in England. As a result of their experiences, and the manner that they combated the Nazi regime, the three sisters, [...]
 
Book: She Ruined Hitler by Richard Rubacher
Teaser: A French Jewish woman ruined Hitler's life by impersonating der Furher's demonic mentor. The opening shows a painting of the German warrior god Wotan. He bears a remarkable resemblance to Adolph Hitler the forelock and the mustache. The painting was done in 1889, the year Hitler was born. Rudolf Hess, the Deputy Fuhrer and second to Goering in the line of succession, approaches English [...]
 
Book: Footsteps to Forever - A World War II Thriller by R. Samuel Baty
Footsteps, like Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls and Wouk's The Winds of War, is a story filled with suspense, romance, and sudden violence. It is 1941, only days after the infamous attack at Pearl Harbor. Two young army lieutenants-Jennifer, a beautiful nurse, and Jonathan, who falls in love with her almost immediately-are sent to rescue a world-famous physicist from behind German lines in [...]
 
Book: GOLD FEVER (The Apple Grove Gang) by Hamilton C. Burger
It's the dog days of summer and Benny Churchill and Bug Beetle are back and still running! The Apple Grove Gang has caught gold fever, and they find that it's too hard to bear. When they try locate the cure, things don't go as expected and not everything pans out. Only an earth shaking experience will lead them to the depths necessary to cure GOLD FEVER.
 
Book: The Youngest Patriot (Interesting Characters of the American Revolution) by Gene Ligotti
The Youngest Patriot is the story, the first in the trilogy, of the coming of age of a young boy set against the turmoil of the British occupation of Long Island during the American Revolution. Elijah Churchill defies his father and joins the Continental Army at age thirteen. The story culminates with Elijah as the recipent of the first Purple Heart; designed and awarded by General George [...]
 
Book: In Russian Wonderland - An American's Odyssey in Soviet Russia by Charles Cole
As Winston Churchill famously quipped, "There are only two places where socialism will work; in heaven where it is not needed, and in hell where they already have it." As today's advocates of socialism repeat the empty slogans of the past about social justice, income equality through redistribution, and other failed mantras, western civilization would do well to look to the track record of this [...]
 
Book: The Last English Village by James Ignizio
The Last English Village - On 22 December 1943 the Susan Rae, an American B17 Flying Fortress, is lost. The aircraft is reported to have crashed into the English Channel. There are no survivors and no bodies are recovered. Records of the incident mysteriously go missing. The Susan Rae and its crew vanish, committed to the dustbin of history. On the day the Susan Rae disappears, the English [...]
 
Book: Winner Lose All - A Spy vs Spy Thriller by William F. Brown
Combining the best of World War II historical fiction, action adventure, and romance, this fast-paced spy thriller will resonate. As WW II grinds to an halt in the rubble of Nazi Germany, all eyes turn to the next 'cold' one. The Americans, the Russians, and the British know the future belongs to whomever can grab Hitler's 'Wonder Weapon' technology, because his new rockets, jet fighters, and [...]
 
Book: Famous People - What Their Lives Reveal by George Pan Kouloukis
Great German composer Ludwig van Beethoven went through a bad period of his life around the age of 32 because he had become totally deaf. Contemplating suicide, he wrote his will. But later he overcame his hearing problem, was recognized as one of the greatest composers of all time -he wrote nine insuperable symphonies- and became a celebrated member of Viennese society. Napoleon provides another [...]
 
Book: The Liberty Bodice [Kindle edition] by Joy M. Lilley
Gloria Harris is born in Market Harborough in the United Kingdom, in 1922. She spends the first few years of life living with her parents and grandfather. Her siblings, an older sister and twin brothers, also share the household. The relationship between Gloria and her mother is strained much of the time. The early days of her life are spent in considerable poverty, so much so that Gloria and her [...]
 
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