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  • Echoes of the Kremlin

    by Anton Karpov

    "Echoes of the Kremlin" by Anton Karpov is a captivating historical novel that unfolds against the backdrop of 20th-century Russia. The story begins in the shadow of the Kremlin, where the echoes of political intrigue and societal transformation reverberate through the lives of the characters. At its core, the novel follows the journey of a resilient protagonist navigating the turbulent currents of Russian history.

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  • High Tech Uncle Toms

    How Los Angeles Blacks give away jobs money making opportunity. The end of Black Communities.
  • Japan Brats: The Youth Who Bridged Opposite Worlds – Volumes I, II, and III

    by Michael Weddington
    In 1946, the U.S. Military inadvertently conducted one of the most fascinating social science experiments of the 20th century: They began sending thousands of American children from all over the United States to live in lands of recent bitter enemies for years at a time, with their parents. One prominent destination was Japan (including Okinawa), a culture as mysterious to America as any on Earth. Whatever happened to those American children in Japan, and the waves of dependents that followed t... more
  • More than likely Fishkill Underground Railroad Station: 12 Robinson Street

    by Michael Boyajian

    An Underground Railroad Station home in the historic Village of Fishkill revealed through a chain of prima facie evidence make the home More Likely Than Not part of the Underground Railroad. And the story of slavery and those who endeavored to overcome it and hate in general.


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  • 979-8-89133-829-6

    by Krishna Kumar
    What caused the collapse of the British Empire? Did it start from India? Why were the British forced to leave India in 1947? The answers to all these questions are in the events of 1942. The British Rule of India was established by Clive with arms, deceit, and bribery and expanded by Marquess Wellesley via wars and subsidiary alliances to become an Empire. After the British overcame the first significant threat to them in 1857, they put policies of divide and rule and obnoxious laws in pla... more
  • Why Every American Should Join The Military: America’s Hidden Secret to Success

    by Delano Johnson
    Delano shares how the military helps Americans gain more than monetary benefits. He narratively describes how it builds valuable experience, character, discipline, honor, integrity, and courage: qualities that stay with an individual long after their military service. Why Every American Should Join the Military challenges every dreamer to fulfill their dream.
  • Random Convergence: The linked evolution of U.S. military aviation and postal air mail

    by Charles Witthoft
    Random Convergence is the first volume of a multi-volume study - Airline Regulatory Economics. The intent of this series is to compile a detailed history of U.S. Federal Government activities in owning, operating, developing, promoting and economically-regulating U.S. air carriers. This analysis draws attention on the key events driving this story, the primary individuals responsible for these significant actions, and the political and economic environment embedded in this history. In mathema... more
  • The Malthus Fraud

    by Robert Dees
    The defeat of the British government by American revolutionaries and the role of the laboring classes in overthrowing the French monarchy in the late 1700s inspired confidence among working people and fear among the elites, posing the need for an ideological counterattack. The Essay on Population was Malthus’s contribution to this battle of ideas. He argued that working people, by “overpopulating,” have only themselves to blame for their poverty, that the form of government and economy play no... more
  • A Brief History of England: 4000 BCE - Yesterday

    by Robert Dees
    Part I provides a factual, but humorously written romp through English history, starting in 4000 BCE and racing through to the present. The perspective throughout is that of the farmers and their role in driving many of the key turning points in English history. Part II provides a little more detail, particularly on the decisive role that farmers played not only in producing the increases in agricultural production upon which each new, higher level of civilization was built, but also in politica... more
  • The Power of Peasants: Economics and Politics of Farming in Medieval Germany

    by Robert Dees
    Part I provides a background understanding of how the Roman slave economy destroyed its free peasantry and thereby its source of food, taxpayers, and soldiers. Meanwhile, free farmers in northern Europe increased agricultural yields, producing more food, more farmers, more warriors until they overran the empire. Further advances in agricultural productivity made possible medieval civilization, which, with the rise of the feudal class, then collapsed into the Hundred Years War and bubonic plague.... more
  • War Alert in the Tropical Dawn at Pearl

    by Pam Ribbey
    From Pacific portents in the ether of Radio Intelligence surrounding the 7 December 1941 Pearl Harbor Attack, through survivor stories and archival research revealing still classified files, a granddaughter of the senior U.S. Naval Officer with his secret Task Group that dawn unveils the truth submerged for eighty years that presaged America into WWII.
  • Leave Your Legacy: For U.S. Veterans & Military Members

    by AimeeAnn Blythe

    Before memories fade, leave a record

     (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, National Guard, Coast Guard, Space Force)

             Tangible Record: A written history provides a tangible and enduring record that can be passed down through generations. Unlike digital files that may be susceptible to loss due to technical issues, a physical record stands the test of time.