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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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This Book is Dedicated to PETER LOTH, Holocaust survivor, born in Stutthof, Poland's death camp. Peter, I dedicate The Church Has Not Replaced God’s Israel to you, your faithful wife Valerie, children, family and all survivor families. We are blessed indeed to honor you. Heaven forever...
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There is no better way to see Pocono Mountain towns than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a self-guided walking tour. A walking tour can be many things. Interested in heritage tourism? Looking for an educational day trip for the kids? Need a fun...
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By the 1920s, Europe was weary of war. Many on the continent began to dream of finding a place where they could create a peaceful, idyllic life for themselves. Two events came together to convince some of them that they would be able to find it in the Galápagos: the publication of American...
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The great escape of the African slaves out of bondage in the South in the 1850s and 1860s is told through the dramatic and danger-filled story of one young man, Tice, and his escape to Canada on the “underground railroad.” The 19-year-old, God-fearing Tice runs from his master’s plantation...
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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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Whatever you call it -- ISIL, ISIS or Daesh, -- the self-described Islamic State has eclipsed al-Qaida as the best known and most feared Islamist terror group in the world. The Paris attacks in November 2015 show why it’s feared and just how deadly it can be. This book offers the real facts about...
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London, 1940. The German Luftwaffe are about to start a bombing raid that will last for 57 consecutive nights. A rag tag group of freshly-trained firemen, unfit to join the army, have assembled in the East End to contribute to the war effort. Young Tom...
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London's Burning
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A Survival Story from the Holocaust – The Story of a Jewish Survivor 3rd Edition Special Bonus eBook Inside This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust In Holocaust – A Jewish Survivor Testimony,...
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Welcome to a treasure chest of FREE books on American History from the discovery of North America to the First World War, presently available on Amazon! In this book you will have free access to well over 200 scholarly and literary works relating to almost every period in American...
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The lives and adventures of some of history's most prominent Pirate Captains...
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A list and brief accounting of 700 Polish men, women and children that were killed while attempting to hide or take care of their Jewish neighbors. My great-uncle, Josef Gnidula, was one of them. He was shot dead in his house in Majdan Nowy, in the Zamosc province in Poland on December 29, 1942 for...
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Discover what the American Founding Fathers really believed - in their own words! This book contains over 570 quotes, divided into more than 200 subjects. Stop taking the word of “experts,” and find out directly what the Founders thought about: The Boston...
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The Words Of The Founders
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My daughter Barby and I were driving across New Mexico from Albuquerque to Portales. As we were driving along, the conversation turned to things, we had learned about life and living. Barby suggested that we put this knowledge into a book called “Wisdom of Ingle” or, as my father would say,...
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Wisdom Of Ingle (Fall Down Get Up In Half A Day Book 1)
By: Jim Ingle Sr., Barby Allyn Ingle
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A Nazi’s Nazi, SS Generalleutnant von Bassenheim has no intention of surrendering. And Lieutenant Commander Atsugi, an Imperial pilot with nothing left to live for, wants nothing less than total revenge. With Axis powers facing defeat, the two men set out on a suicide mission in a submarine...
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Code Name: Infamy (Aviator Book 4)
By: Leland Shanle
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Three men, three vows: one sworn to preserve Rome, another to destroy it, a third to committed to defeating the both of them. The history-defining clash between Scipio Africanus, Hannibal the Great, and Cato the Elder....
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The Auschwitz Chapter is an historically complete, precise and definitive account of what took place at Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II, where crimes against humanity were perpetrated by Nazis against Jews, Slavs, Romany, political prisoners, homosexuals, and artists. And all...
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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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The roots of coincidence and conspiracy in American politics, crime, and culture are investigated in this second volume of a three-part set that exposes new connections between religion, political conspiracy, terrorism, and occultism. Not a work of speculative history, this exposé is...
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George I, George II and Prince Frederick of Wales were the epitome of a family at war, father against son, son against father. King of England versus Prince of Wales. This royal family biography is dramatic, stunning, mind blowing and in turns farcical and tragic. The fathers in...
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Charles R. King utilizes his academic education in physics and classical history to examine the often overlooked influence of classical Rome and Greece on the American Revolution and the Continental Army. Accessible to both the professional historian and the buff, this analysis enables the reader...
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A great nation is at war with itself. A young and penniless boy - Johnny Madigan - lies about his age to become a Union Soldier. But after fighting his way through some of the most brutal conflicts of the American Civil War and surviving terrible wounds Johnny Madigan now...
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Home Front
By: John A. Bray
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'A very good informative read' 'I highly recommend it' Ever wanted to know more about ancient history but didn’t know where to start? The Battles are the Best Bits will take you on a journey from the beginnings of civilisation in Mesopotamia and the glory days of Ancient...
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The Battles are the Best Bits
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Charles R. King utilizes his academic education in physics and classical history to apply original analysis to examine the most crucial civilization in western history - Ancient Rome. This work contains eleven essays: Roman Military Evolution (6th - 2nd Centuries B.C.), Military and...
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*Includes pictures *Includes some of Buddy Holly's quotes *Includes footnotes and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents “If anyone asks you what kind of music you play, tell him 'pop.' Don't tell him 'rock'n'roll' or they won't even let...
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American Legends: The Life of Buddy Holly
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My Great Uncle, Frank Hill, joined the British Army in 1930 and served in 7 Royal Tank Regiment (7RTR). He fought in France in 1940 and was evacuated from Dunkirk. After a brief stint in India he found himself in North Africa, in battle with Rommel's Afrika Korps. He was captured near Fort...
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Emma Fortune never imagined that she would be hired on for a second “marketing” job for the Egyptian Museum’s Department of Antiquities; especially after how she behaved at the unveiling of Queen Hetephere’s mummy that her team had “found.” Traveling to Alexandria was a bonus, since it...
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The white race is around 10% the worlds population and dropping. With the heavy immigration by non-whites into former white countries, the racial tension will skyrocket. This is the agenda of the so called elite who want to have a brown race to control....
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Winston Churchill 99 Life Lessons, Inspiration and Motivational Quotes from Winston Churchill Winston Churchill has gone down in world history as one of Great Britain’s greatest and most divisive leaders. Coming to power in a time of crisis, he...
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The First Reich: Charlemagne, king of the Franks, is declared ruler of the Holy Roman Empire. This empire dominates western Europe from 800 until 1806, when it is defeated by Napoleon. The Second Reich: All of Germany is united behind Prussia under the leadership of Otto von Bismarck,...
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The world of the Vikings is larger than life, filled with sagas of warriors who made fighting a career, but there’s a lot more to Viking history than blood-letting and piracy. Their achievements, rich culture and craftsmanship contributed greatly to our world today, and their explorations helped...
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Who was George Washington? You probably know him as the first president of the United States, the commander of the Continental army who led American farmers and innkeepers in a victorious eight-year war against the British. But where did he get his military experience? Why was picked to take...
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Chet Manning, troubleshooter with the South and West Railroad, never needed to look for trouble. It just seemed to stroll right up and punch him in the gut. To Manning, that was a way of life. The big problem right now was a saloon girl called Glory...
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View the Civil War from unique perspective as seen through the experiences of a Union soldier camped in Confederate territory. Gilbert Bennett, the great grandfather of the author, enlisted in Company K of the Iowa 27th Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. These letters penned to his new bride...
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Letters from Gill
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The Civil War: even today, it is arguably the most divisive subject in American history. Why did the southern states secede from the Union? What did the north hope to achieve by fighting against the south? Was Abraham Lincoln really an abolitionist? Why is Ulysses S. Grant the most famous Union...
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FROM PUBLISHER:In Reports from the Jungles of Kampuchea, Mr. Yang Mu takes us on a historic and turbulent odyssey. Upon his arrival in the mountainous area of Western Kampuchea in September of 1980 he found that fierce fighting was still going on between the Vietnamese and the...
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From the Bestselling author of THE ENNIN MYSTERIES                An 'On this day', 240+ page guide to the history of a fascinating nation. ...
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Japan: A 365 Day History
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Do you want to know how the most famous dictator of the 20th century placed his stamp on world history? Read about the 30 most important events in Hitler's life, from his childhood to the downfall of the Third Reich. This book is perfect for history lovers....
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The History of the Roman Empire has been written expansively by Gibbons in his authoritative and exhaustive text, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. This history extols the victories and defeats of the individual Emperors as they elevate and then decimate the Roman Empire. Even though this...
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Enemies of Ancient Rome: The Goths
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Towards the latter part of 2015, an acquaintance of mine challenged me over not having produced a book in a couple of years. Today I'd like to say to that individual "You're welcome!" But seriously, I should explain how "The Merchants of Nations" became "Raiders of the Aegean." ...
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"Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?" -- Adolph Hitler, August 22, 1939 What if your future was revealed in the past? Would you abandon everything, even your homeland, during a time of peace and safety? Follow the powerful, true story...
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The Martyr's Son
By: Armen Arakelian, Lori Ciccanti, Parease Arakelian, Cheryl Sasai Ellicott
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Inside you will find 23 different Empires Civilizations and tribes find out what Gods and Goddesses each believed in aswell as famous and notable people from each and facts about their daily lives and practices....
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Past Civilizations,Tribes and Empires
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Cassandra Abbott, orphaned by the Johnstown flood accepts a governess position in California. But, plans change. She finds herself suddenly obligated to handsome Quinn Summers, the owner of the Inn of Califia, when he assigns her to the lavender room of his suite. There she learns his secrets about...
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The Inn of Califia: A Historical Romance
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SPECIAL FORCES THE TOP 10 UNITS IN THE WORLD Special Forces are defined as military units which are stringently chosen and intensively trained to conduct special missions for a particular country’s military, economic and political objectives. Not...
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The amazing story of the birth of Middlesbrough told through historic photographs. The new planned town which sprang up in the early 1800s and grew through the iron, steel and shipbuilding industries was labelled an 'Infant Hercules'.As Middlesbrough spread south over the railway lines, the...
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Middlesbrough St. Hilda's Timelines
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Discover the wonderful North York Moors in old picture postcards from a hundred years ago. Picture postcards have been commonplace as a means of communicating with loved ones and sharing a scene from places visited since the late 19th century. It was naturally a popular choice for...
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North York Moors in Old Postcards
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In 1854, a quarter of a million British soldiers headed east to fight in the Crimean War. Together with their French and Turkish allies, the goal was to free the important port city of Sevastopol from the clutches of Russia, thus keeping them from the seizing control of the Red Sea and thence...
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Even in a place like the central Willamette Valley much of the area’s early history is hidden---some of it remarkably well hidden. Yet in ways both great and small that history, noted now by little more than a vacant school, a roadside church, or country road, helped create this place many of us...
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Hidden History
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When I started writing these stories in 2008, I pledged to create something NEW and EXCEPTIONAL about the German Democratic Republic that does not exist so far and reflects the feelings of my generation. Why? Well, it was odd. Nowhere in these supposedly typical literary monuments for this...
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Generation Wall: Stories from the GDR
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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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The Mayan calendar and Mayan prophecies were based on cycles of catastrophes that impacted Earth. Most of these catastrophes appear to have been impact events and the associated mega-tsunamis, floods, rains of fire, and dust-induced darkness and climate downturns associated with such events. ...
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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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