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America's Indochina Holocaust by Stefan Schindler

America's Indochina Holocaust by Stefan Schindler

America's Indochina Holocaust The History and Global Matrix of The Vietnam War by Stefan Schindler The original impulse for writing about The Vietnam War was the Socratic realization that I did not know the history of this defining event of my generation. Research began with the CIA and covert U.S. intelligence operations. The unfolding story showed not only my own ignorance, but also the ignorance of most Americans: about the war, about their country, about Vietnam, about the world, and...

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Bleachers In the Bedroom by John J. Rooney

Bleachers In the Bedroom by John J. Rooney

Bleachers In the Bedroom: the Swampoodle Irish and Connie Mack   by John J. Rooney  Like Woody Allen's Radio Days and Jean Shepherd's Christmas Story, the author takes us on a nostalgic and humorous trip back to his childhood home. His is in a Philadelphia neighborhood, across the street from Shibe Park, where Connie Mack's A's are challenging the Yankee dynasty of Ruth and Gehrig. His family, and their neighbors, has fans watching the game from their roofs and...

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Mary McLeod Bethune: Educator by Bernice Anderson Poole

Mary McLeod Bethune: Educator by Bernice Anderson Poole

Mary McLeod Bethune: Educator  by Bernice Anderson Poole  Born in 1875 in South Carolina, Mary Jane Mcleod was considered a special child from the very beginning. She dreamed of doing things that seemed impossible for rural blacks at the time, such things as learning to read and write. In 1887 when she was offered a scholarship to attend Scotia Seminary in Concord, North Carolina, she eagerly accepted, going on from there to the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. After graduating, she...

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Reports from a Distant Place by Frank Shatz

Reports from a Distant Place by Frank Shatz

Reports from a Distant Place  by Frank Shatz Frank Shatz's book, Reports from a Distant Place, is about life in the shadow of death. It is a unique portrayal of survival during the Holocaust, by hiding in plain sight. It is also about living, dangerously, under the Red Star. The last chapter, In America, is about hope and a reinvented life.   Frank Shatz is an eye-witness to the horrors and terrors of the 20th century, including the Holocaust and the imposition of an unforgiving...

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The Global Tragedy and Triumph: 1939-1945 by Bill Brady

The Global Tragedy and Triumph: 1939-1945 by Bill Brady

The Global Tragedy and Triumph: 1939-1945  by Bill Brady The Global Tragedy & Triumph: 1939-1945 is about twelve key events in the Second World War, and how they influenced the decisions and campaigns that followed them. Combining vivid character portraits with subtle, often highly revisionist, analysis of the unfolding crises.  Bill Brady addresses events, and identifies precisely how significant these battles really were.  This work answers the 'when' and...

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Whatever Happened to Raoul Wallenberg? by Morris Wolff

Whatever Happened to Raoul Wallenberg? by Morris Wolff

Whatever Happened to Raoul Wallenberg?  by Morris Wolff  The story of Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg and the author's efforts to rescue him from Soviet Union imprisonment  It is widely known that the Swedish diplomat, Raoul Wallenberg, worked in Budapest, Hungary, during WWII to save the lives of over 100,000 Jews from Nazi extermination. But what happened after the hero disappeared in 1946? This never-before told story reveals Wallenberg's detention by the Russians and...

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World War Two: Cause and Effect by Bill Brady

World War Two: Cause and Effect by Bill Brady

World War Two: Cause and Effect by Bill Brady   World War Two, Cause and Effect takes a fascinating and highly informative look at some of the most glorious and less glorious episodes of what many consider to be the most terrible war in the history of mankind; resulting in the death of over fifty million people.   It proves, beyond all doubt, the belief that security can be obtained by throwing a small state to the wolves is a fatal delusion. World War Two, Cause and Effect...

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