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People have been searching for Atlantis ever since Plato plublished the story back in 359 BCE. They have been looking for evidence of the Great Flood ever since the story was published in the Bible. Now physical evidence confirms that floodwaters damaged the Great Pyramid and other structures on the Giza Plateau. Khafre, the tallest pyramid was damaged by the flood except its top. A cap was left on the top of this pyramid that now acts as the high-water mark for Noah’s Great Flood. The evidence show that this flood was caused by the same cataclysm that destroyed Atlantis. According to Robert Ballard, a well known archeologist, he has found proof of the flood in the Black Sea in Turkey. ABC News: “Four hundred feet below the surface, they unearthed an ancient shoreline, proof to Ballard that a catastrophic event did happen in the Black Sea.” ‘By carbon dating shells found along the shoreline, Ballard said he believes they have established a timeline for that catastrophic event,’... Find Ballard’s reference online. According to researcher Martin Gray, archeologists have found silt fourteen feet deep around the pyramids. As water from the Ocean flooded the Mediterranean Sea, it overran the Basin, submerged the pyramids, and ran out into the desert. When the water went back to the sea, it took tons of debris from the desert and deposited it along the way. This water from the ocean left behind its unique signature, which is traceable by science. The silt contains many seashells and fossils that have been radiocarbon-dated to be 11,600 years old. This evidence alone can be used to date the flood, the three main pyramids, and the Sphinx. Also, when the Great Pyramid was first opened, incrustations of salt one inch thick were found inside it. Chemical analysis has shown that the salt has a mineral content consistent with sea salt. This is further proof that the pyramids were submerged by flood waters that came from the Atlantic Ocean. You can find Martin Gray’s Reference online. When it comes to the Great Flood, there is too much physical evidence to simply dismiss the story as a myth. Since myths are usually based on truth, Brooks’ new book will allow you to investigate the story behind the myth. According to both Plato and Ignatius Donnelly, Egypt was an Atlantis colony. If the pyramids were in place during the flood, they would have sustained flood damage. If they were damaged by the floodwaters, we would be able to see the damage. Even today we can see the destruction clearly on the Great Sphinx and the three larger pyramids: Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure. The ground in the area is still littered with debris knocked loose by floating objects. Khufu and Menkaure were completely submerged by the flood waters. That makes it possible that Noah’s Great Flood was caused by the same cataclysm that destroyed Atlantis? See the images online. 
Dennis Brooks is the author of the book, “Atlantis Pyramids Floods” – Did Noah’s Flood Destroy Atlantis and Damage the Pyramids? Brooks has spent over 20 years conducting research on Atlantis and the Great Flood.
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Suellen Ocean found the history of Indian removals, rolls, lists, censuses and enumerations complicated and confusing while searching for her allusive Native American ancestry. In the fourth book of her Secret Genealogy series, Ocean thoughtfully gives the reader the guidance they need to search...
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*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the flood written by survivors *Includes a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “The deluge released by the dam’s collapse carried more than 12,000 cubic meters of debris-filled water each second....
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Anyone alive in the eighteenth century would have known that "the longitude problem" was the thorniest scientific dilemma of the day-and had been for centuries. Lacking the ability to measure their longitude, sailors throughout the great ages of exploration had been literally lost at sea as soon as...
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Aaron Elson has been recording the stories of World War 2 veterans for more than 20 years. In this collection he presents a dozen compelling interviews. They include a conversation with five 101st Airborne Division veterans of the siege of Bastogne, a 90th Infantry Division Medal of Honor...
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*Includes pictures *Includes temporary accounts of Grand Central's history and construction *Includes a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “In Grand Central you cannot shilly shally or dilly dally. Everyone rushes and dashes and zips and...
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*Includes pictures *Includes quotes by the defendants, prosecutors, judges, and more *Includes footnotes and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “There were, I suppose, three possible courses: to let the atrocities which had been...
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In the world of American serial killers, few can beat Donald Henry “Peewee” Gaskins when it comes to depravity, cunning, and quite possibly the sheer number of murders. Do not let the nickname “Peewee” fool you, if someone did not take Gaskins seriously, then that person usually ended up...
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Welcome to the History Hits series! Bestselling children's author Callum Evans is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing "History Hits: The Fun Bits Of History You Don't Know About CELTS AND GREEK GODS AND GODDESSES". DOUBLE the...
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Welcome to the History Hits series! Bestselling children's author Callum Evans is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing "History Hits: The Fun Bits Of History You Don't Know About CELTS AND GREEK PHILOSOPHERS". DOUBLE the fun, and...
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A gripping work exposing the truth behind the myth of religion, J. William Nash’s premiere The Myth of Religion & The Common Sense of the Soul, describes a society deeply in need of awakening. Passionate, deep and thoughtful, The Myth of Religion confronts humanity with the facts about its faith,...
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Why does English have more synonyms than any other language? Why is spelling so difficult? What was the official language of England for over 200 years? With audio links to Old and Middle English speakers as well as images that display how English was written, this article will acquaint the reader...
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This book will 'rock' your world! It is a summary of the 'Voynich Manuscript's most intriguing findings--including a look at rebus (using pictures for words). The "Voynich Manuscript' had used a LOT of rebus to encode its secret message. Is the "Voynich Manuscript' the smoking gun on the...
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Enigmatic Voynich Manuscript
By: L. A. Braun
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Welcome to the History Hits series! Bestselling children's author Callum Evans is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing "History Hits: The Fun Bits Of History You Don't Know About CELTS AND FIRST WORLD WAR WEAPONS". DOUBLE the...
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Welcome to the History Hits series! Bestselling children's author Callum Evans is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing "History Hits: The Fun Bits Of History You Don't Know About CELTS AND FIRST WORLD WAR AFTERMATH". DOUBLE the...
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God looks after the orphansHappy childhood, horrors of war and miraculous rescue of the only child survivor from Obertyn.Krystyna Carmi's childhood was full of happy moments in the family house. Her childhood was filled with friends, both Polish and Ukrainian girls, that...
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*THIS IS NOT A HISTORY BOOK!!! IT IS A COLLECTION OF HOUSEHOLD TIPS FROM THE MID 1800's! Use at your own discretion. The United States Civil War began in 1861 and ended in 1865. While it was a difficult time for our country, they had many important yet simple bits of knowledge that deserve...
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Civil War Household Tips
By: Maggie Mack
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This is not your typical royal history book. The table of contents reads more like a menu at a good restaurant, where there’s something for everyone’s taste. Each of the 18 chapters tells a unique story about an overlooked or unusual aspect of royal history, spanning centuries and countries,...
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Welcome aboard the third volume of THE CHESAPEAKE – This book, THE CHESAPEAKE: Oyster Buyboats, Ships & Steamed Crabs, spans the decades of the lives of our writers and the times of the Chesapeake Tidewater region from 1900 to the present time. A first person account of Chesapeake Bay...
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THE CHESAPEAKE: Oyster Buyboats, Ships & Steamed Crabs - short stories, fish tales & The Country Philosopher: A Collection of Short Stories from the pages of The Chesapeake
By: Ken Rossignol, Larry Jarboe, Pepper Langley, Fred McCoy, Vi Englund, Stephen Gore Uhler, Capt. Joseph C. Lore, Mark Robbins, Jack Rue, Lenny Rudow
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In the final months of World War Two, a young German finds himself serving as a guard at a Nazis concentration camp. Having escaped the horror of the Eastern Front he now descends into a new kind of Hell. The Holocaust told through the eyes of the oppressor. Powerful and relentless. A must read....
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Cimmerian: A Novel of the Holocaust
By: Ronald Watkins
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The life of Ethan Aaron Douglas is chronicled as the ten-year-old joins his grandfather for a life on the Chesapeake Bay. With his grandfather as captain of a steamboat traveling between Norfolk, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, the boy learns quickly about life on the water. From hurricanes to blue...
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Emma Jacobs is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about airplanes in detail among the content of, Children's Book About Airplanes: A Kids Picture Book About Airplanes With Photos and Fun Facts. This delightful...
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**WARNING** This book contains graphic forensic crime scene photos and statements that some may find very disturbing. Serial killers; they cross the bounds of evil. They murder at random without logic or reason other than the one twisting in their sick and evil minds. They are...
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2014 Serial Killers True Crime Anthology: Volume I (Annual Serial Killers Anthology)
By: RJ Parker, Michael Newton, Peter Vronsky, Dane Ladwig, Sylvia Perrini
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On April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth changed the world forever with a single bullet. The repercussions from the assassination of Abraham Lincoln were felt far and wide. Having both immediate impact and prolonged effects, President Lincoln's murder haunted America for 150 years, and for Henry...
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August, 1945. Victory over Japan has been announced and everyone in Megan Oliphant’s home town in Scotland is celebrating the end of the war. The boys are 'Coming Home'. Megan has been waiting desperately for the day when Steven Caraford, the best friend...
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Coming Home
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The latest in Forensic techniques, and recent Cold Cases solved. WITH PHOTOS With its clear explanations, this book is intended as an introductory guide and reference to forensic techniques for Mystery fans, arm chair sleuths, front-line police officers, criminal attorneys,...
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Forensic Analysis in Criminal Investigations: COLD CASES SOLVED
By: RJ Parker, Dr. Peter Vronsky
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"WARNING - This book contains police and court transcripts of audio and descriptions of extremely graphic sexual violence contained in videotapes made by the perpetrators." Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka were so perfectly iconic as a newlywed couple that they were...
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In August 2005, Sarah Dakar didn't only lose the home she loved in Gush Katif, a Jewish settlement in Gaza, she lost her faith: her faith in God, in the State of Israel, and in mankind. How could God have mercilessly allowed her own army to drag her out of her home? And how could so many of her...
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An important autobiography from a different source - the recollections of a young Jewish girl who escaped from Germany with her parents - and in the process came face to face with Hitler. Seeing the horrors of the Holocaust through the eyes of a young girl makes it all the more harrowing, and...
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What starts out as a simple case of economic espionage for Fritz and Sly Gantlet turns into a deadly game. Forced into an uneasy alliance with the CIA, the five Gantlet brothers must help stop a rogue Russian general from finding and activating a series of nuclear devices hidden in suitcases at...
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Big BUF is a fact-based story of a B-52 crew and their adventures (and misadventures) during the Vietnam war. Although war is in itself not humorous, humorous things happen in war. This is not only true on the battlefield, but is also true at home where the wives and children anxiously await...
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Napoleon is a huge figure who dominates the historical landscape, eliciting praise and vilification in equal measure. The contradictions are everywhere: while celebrated as one of the most successful battlefield commanders, he is best known for his most significant defeat; while his legal code put...
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The Knights Templar were the defenders of the Holy Land for two centuries. Their tools were the sword and the cross, and it was a combination that transformed them into one of the most powerful and wealthy military orders of the Middle Ages. As well as their military valour, they also engaged in...
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By December 1805, His Imperial Majesty Napoleon I seemed invincible. He had triumphed at the Battle of Austerlitz, employing a daring and perfectly executed battle plan to defeat the Russian and Austrian forces ranged against him; it seemed that no one would be able to prevent him from continuing...
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Edward VII was easily dismissed in his younger years as a philanderer and pleasure-seeker. However, the Prince of Wales surprised everyone when he became king, developing into an intelligent and pragmatic ruler, who dragged the monarchy into the twentieth century following years of cloistered...
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"SET EUROPE ABLAZE" This was Winston Churchill's terse directive to the secret organisation set up in London in 1940. It's name was the S.O.E: Special Operations Executive. Its purpose was ‘to co-ordinate all action by way of subversion and sabotage against the enemy...
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Moon Squadron
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*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the fighting written by generals, soldiers, and journalists *Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents "We have been too often disappointed by the optimism of the American...
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*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the stock market crash written by newspapers and other contemporaries *Includes a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents The Roaring Twenties were an age of optimism. New technology was being invented,...
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*Includes pictures *Includes accounts by survivors *Includes a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “I awoke. I was in the air. I saw a bright light before I felt the concussion of the explosion that threw me up in the air almost to the...
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This book is comprised entirely of facts. No opinion has been rendered. This book is 50 more facts on the Confederate flag. With the success of the first book we have decided to add even more unbiased historical facts. There are many more facts that you can research. I suggest that you...
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*Includes pictures *Includes survivors' accounts of the hurricane *Includes a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “First news from Galveston just received by train which could get no closer to the bay shore than six miles where the...
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*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the fighting by Berlin residents and Soviet soldiers *Includes footnotes and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “On the walls of the houses we saw Goebbels' appeals, hurriedly scrawled in white...
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Do you want to learn how the Great War began, was fought and ultimately won by the Allied Forces Read about the 50 most important events of World War I, from the very beginning to the fall of the Central Powers. This book is perfect for history lovers. Author...
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A man who becomes an atheist in early adulthood is confronted by writings written one thousand years earlier by another man who had a unique experience that changed his life to become a monk who, eventually, wrote about that experience as well as a critique of the First Crusade.  This modern man...
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Almost a Millennium
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△ Ancient Egypt △ Beginning from its unification in the 3rd millennium BC and ending in its annexation by the Roman Empire in 30 BC, Ancient Egypt had spanned for nearly 30 centuries, leaving behind a wealth of relics that continue to entrance the modern world. From the...
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Harold Shipman - The True Story of Britain's Most Notorious Serial Killer The man on the cover of this book looks like he could be anyone's grandfather. It's easy to imagine him doting on his little grandkids, reading them stories from his lap and letting them play with his...
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A classic since it was first published in 1866, John Trowbridge's account of a tour through the former Confederacy immediately after the war is riveting. It's as fresh today as it was a century and a half ago. With insight and sensitivity, Trowbridge wrote of the state of former slaves...
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Are you fascinated with the Titanic? Have you wondered what it must have been like to work in those hot boiler rooms, or as a maid to a First Class passenger? Have you wondered what it would have been like to actually be a First Class passenger? Did you...
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Follow Kelly Maclean, a Marine turned cop, who becomes a victim of a convoluted, homegrown American terror group, known as Jamaat Al Fuqra. This group shares a similar radical vision of Islam with ISIS and spouts the same rhetoric of hatred and martyrdom. After fighting elements of Al-Qaeda in Iraq...
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Massachusetts abolitionist George Henry Hoyt treated the Civil War as a John Brown raid on an epic scale. A young Boston lawyer who briefly represented Old Brown following the Harper’s Ferry Affair, Hoyt followed John Brown’s son back to Kansas, where he joined the Kansas Seventh Volunteer...
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Read for FREE using your kindleunlimited membership "A good read; great reference tool for true crime book addicts and contains just the facts, no glitter, no embellishments, just facts on 101 serial killers." --- Serial Killers Magazine The ultimate reference...
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Serial Killers Encyclopedia
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  1. Kristin on May 2, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    Please find a way to seperate the books that are free to amazon prime members only out or at least mark them as ‘prime’. I get so dissapointed when I click on a free book I want only to see its free for prime members only.

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