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  • Religion and Horror: How the American Religious Press viewed the Death Camps and Holocaust survivors?

    by William D CAMP
    This book probes the American religious press between 1943 and 1945 to determine what was reported about Nazi death camps. Catholic and Protestant periodicals between 1945 and 1949 are also examined to evaluate the impact that the Holocaust had on the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine. - How much did Americans know about Nazi persecution of Jews? -When did the American Christian press begin to report on the existence of death camps? -If Protestant and Catholic periodicals described ... more
  • Sad Joys on Deployment

    by Greg Bruce
    A civilian surgeon is taken from his routine practice in Sydney, Australia, and finds that military surgery in war zones distressed by civil war, humanitarian disasters and battlefield conflict is very different from the comforts of home and civilian surgery. This book describes: * The challenges of military surgery. * Surgery for combat wounds. * Differences in treatment for friendly forces, enemy forces and local civilians. * Conditions during the deployment--accommodations, meals, keeping hea... more
  • History As I See It And Others

    by Hafiz Sheriff
    The Palestinian people are going through terrible suffering living in refugee camps for the last 71 years.This has to be brought to the attention of the world.My 1st chapter is devoted to this problem and I call it"Shame Of The World''.
  • Mary Queen of Scots: The True Story of the Life & Time of Mary Stuart of Scotland (Royalty Biography & British History)

    by Liam Dale
    Few women in history have stood the test of time but the true story surrounding the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots has ensured that her story lives on to intrigue and fascinate. Who was this 16th Century lady and what role did she play in the history of Great Britain? Piece together the Queen of Scots’ turbulent relationship with her cousin Elizabeth I of England, which ultimately proved to be her downfall. In different circumstances the two women might well have been friends but when the Queen o... more
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    by Dave heller
  • Colorado Phantasmagorias: A mashup of biography, fantasy, and travel guide

    by Joan Jacobson
    Fourteen influential Coloradans time travel to experience their legacies in today's world. Travel guide suggestions lead you to where the action took place. Characters profiled are diverse in occupation, gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, and geographic area: Felipe Baca, Chipeta, John Brisben Walker, Golda Meir Margaret Brown, Ralph Carr, Wade Blank, Ora Chatfield & Clara Dietrich, Adolph Coors, Carl Howelsen, Florence Sabin, Stanley Biber, and John Denver.
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  • The Un-walked Mile

    by Abisai Temba
    This book is a result of long time research work about the origin of the Wa-Shaka people of Kilimanjaro Mountain area. The Wa-Shaka are known to have until now lived in Kilimanjaro for many hundreds of years. Till as late as now there is nobody who knows exactly who those people are, how they got to the Kilimanjaro Mountain area, from where they came from, or the factors that pushed from their places of origin to this Mountain area. A lot of attempts have made to get answers to the questions, bu... more
  • Liberty-Loving Lafayette: How "America's Favorite Fighting Frenchman" Helped Win Our Independence

    by Dorothea Jensen
    Inspired by the Broadway hit, HAMILTON, and by Longfellow's "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere," author Dorothea Jensen wrote this SHORT RHYMING NARRATIVE about the Marquis de Lafayette and his crucial role in our Revolutionary War. A glossary and extensive endnotes supply further information about the historical figures and events mentioned in the poem. This playful historical account is aimed at middle schoolers, as well as young and older adults. Illustrated with classic paintings of the peop... more
  • Setting the Med Ablaze

    by Peter Dixon
    The true stories of the men and women of Churchill’s secret North African base. Code-named Massingham, it was formed by the Special Operations Executive to spearhead undercover operations into Churchill's 'soft underbelly of Europe'. British, American, French, Italian, Spanish: together they played a key role in the Mediterranean war.
  • King Charles of New York City

    by Gary W. Neidhardt
    More than seventy years before the Betty Ford Clinic opened in 1982, Charles Towns opened a treatment center on Central Park in Manhattan in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the United States. The likes of W. C. Fields, Lillian Russell, and John Barrymore eventually required the services that Towns Hospital provided. He had perfected what been called the world's only known opium cure in China after having been sent there as a United States drug treatment ambassador. Upon his return, he gav... more
  • Kampala Uni

    by adil balti
    Kampala International University
  • Plotting to Stop the British Slave Trade

    by Jane Aptekar Reeve
    This is an innovative biography about an adventurous, game-changing traveller in Africa during the West’s ‘Enlightenment’ period (when the American and French Revolutions occurred). James Bruce was not what he seemed to be. I can now reveal that although he was notorious in his own day for a variety of interesting reasons (including his alleged theft of his assistant’s art-work), he was basically an espionage agent working with a clique of powerful, mostly British, persons whose secret agenda wa... more
  • Holy Smoke: How Christianity Smothered the American Dream

    by Rick Snedeker
    It wasn’t what the Founding Fathers intended. Their greatest achievement, the US Constitution, promised citizens secular government. All Americans would have the right to practice any religious belief – or no religious belief – as they chose. The wall between church and state would be both high and strong. It hasn’t exactly turned out that way.
  • Six Days of Impossible Navy SEAL Hell Week a Doctor looks Back

    Hell Week has never been described so effectively. Six days in hell define every SEAL that moves past the point of no return in their minds. Robert Adams, MD, brings the experiences of his classmates into view with real, difficult to believe experiences, described in frightening detail by the men that lived through the frigid cold, filthy muddy days, and body-destroying events of a winter Hell Week. Eleven of 70 men went on to graduate and serve over 40 years in almost every SEAL or UDT team wit... more

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