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When loss lingers ... love - even beyond death. The American Civil War has ended, but Alaina McKenna still awaits news about her husband, Braeden. Did he die in a Yankee prison? Was he buried in a shallow grave on a Virginia battlefield? Or has he turned his back on the specter of death and loss...
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Everlasting Light
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The Newport Tower is a crude, round stone structure in Newport, Rhode Island. It is said that it was built by early colonists, as a windmill. However, there is little evidence to support that claim, and a wealth of evidence indicating that it is of much older construction, probably precolumbian....
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Newport Tower: Unsettled History
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*Includes pictures*Includes ancient accounts describing the battle*Includes a bibliography for further reading*Includes a table of contents“Forward, sons of the Greeks,Liberate the fatherland,Liberate your children, your women,The altars of the gods of your fathers,And the graves of your...
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*Includes pictures*Describes the history of the Bastille before the French Revolution*Includes accounts of the storming of the Bastille by one of the defenders*Includes a bibliography for further reading*Includes a table of contentsAs one of the seminal social revolutions in human history, the...
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The Vietnam War explains “the first war America ever lost.” The book begins with the War’s origins after World War II and discusses the Cold War context of the 1950s. It moves on to the War’s escalation in the 1960s and details the drawdown and defeat in the 1970s. Included is an extensive...
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The Vietnam War: The Best One-Hour History
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The story of a young boy's loss of innocence in 1939 Brooklyn, NY, as the world heads towards a devastating war....
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Green Light Red Light
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The year is 2014. A violent uprising has been instigated all across Tibet as Beijing moves to establish control while the Dalai Lama’s health deteriorates further and questions on the future of the Tibetan leadership are raised. As Beijing pursues the rebels and their benefactors within India...
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Chimera
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This book traces the geological and railroad history of the Pacific Northwest with intricate detail, expert understanding, and amusing anecdotes. This is the story of two railroads racing up the Deschutes River to expand railroad service from the Columbia River to Bend, Oregon. The race was a...
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The Deschutes River Railroad War
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An essay and manual on training for war by retired Army lieutenant colonel Tom Kratman, creator of the popular Carrera military science fiction series, including novels A Desert Called Peace, Carnifex, Come and Take Them, and The Rods and the Axe. Kratman’s contention: an army is for winning...
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Training for War: An Essay
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"God is on your side? Is he a conservative? The devil's on my side, he's a good communist." - Joseph Stalin to Winston Churchill"They were like krill brushing the tentacles of a squid. Their presence alerted the predator that her appetite would soon be quelled. She felt empowered by the proximity...
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The Pristine Revolution
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As we take a close look at both of Paul’s letters to the church in the city of Thessalonica, we will learn what it was about the Thessalonian believers that caused Paul to trust they were ready for teaching of end-time events. They were ready. Are you?God's punishment to those who ignore Jesus...
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Undoubtedly, "The Revolution WILL be televised" was the main players' motto. Most Romanians only saw their revolution on their small black and white televisions while others were the actors, willing and uninformed. Young draftees, sacrificied to put on a show to fool a deceived population into...
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The Pigs' Slaughter
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This is not a history book in the traditional sense. Greg Chapman thinks about history a lot, but he also thinks about other things, and in this book dishes up equal measures of history and opinion. In 2011 he wrote and began a one man comedy and mentalism show all about the History of Britain...
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"Farzana Marie's book is a fascinating primer... a readable, thoughtful presentation that deserves a wide readership." -- BlueInk Book Reviews"She urges Americans to leave their armored SUVs and fortified compounds to mingle with Afghans face-to-face, and to win 'hearts and minds' by forging close...
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At the beginning of World War I, when Assyrian and Armenian genocide occurs the governor of Gawar warns Shlomo, a successful Aramaic-speaking Jewish merchant, against the upcoming events on the Turko-Persian border. “Take your family and flee,” he advises. “Robbers and looters do not...
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So you want a to be a SEAL., well here is what it takes! No hype just day after day of 6 Months of effort. "This book is about the test to become a Frogman, the men I took it with, and the men who gave it to us. We were tested by the BEST, and I thank them. Our instructors had all taken the test...
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CLASS 29 UDT SEAL: Reunion Limited Edition
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Experience a story that portrays the romantic Wild West with historical accuracy, realistic action, and irreverent humor.“Think Louis L’Amour meets Jerry Seinfeld. Shalom on the Range is an irreverent, quirky and fast-paced non-traditional Western read.”- Johnny D. Boggs, Spur Award-winning...
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*Includes pictures*Includes descriptions of the charge made by survivors*Examines the myths and legends surrounding the charge*Includes a bibliography for further reading*Includes a table of contentsThe Charge of the Light Brigade is the most famous British cavalry charge in history, possibly also...
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The wilderness of the Santa Catalina Mountains was an unlikely place for a luxury resort hotel, especially in the untamed Arizona Territory days. Yet, here in a spot not even on the map, the mysterious Curly Neal built a hotel for his wife Annie. To the Mountain View Hotel came foreign princesses...
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Annie's Guests
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In this book, historian Dr. Greg Fisher discusses the relationship between the Roman Empire and its Arab allies in the fourth, fifth, and sixth centuries. He examines the political and military alliances between the two groups and the role of Christianity in creating shared allegiances and loyalty....
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A Quarter-Finalist in Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel award, War Torn is a “solid period drama ... The political posturing, anguish of war, and fear of being accused of treason are compelling.” (Publisher’s Weekly, April 2013)No battles of the Civil War waged so bloody, and so personal, than at...
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Want to learn more about history, but don’t think you have the time? Think again.George Washington was one of the Founding Fathers, and the first President of the US. Regarded as “the father of the country”, he was also a successful commander during the American Revolutionary Wars....
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Celia Bryant-Smythe could never have imagined the high price she would have to pay for her one mistake.As her father, Henry Bryant-Smythe learns of her indiscretion, he not only deals with it, but stamps on it with a resounding thud that will ricochet through the years. He cares nothing for the...
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This Visceral History* is a short account of overwhelming grit founded on values passed from father to son, both called Tom Shelnutt. The story features a coal mine and a group of never say quit miners who wouldn't give up the ghost until the spirit rose up into the sky. The essence of this history...
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Revolutionary War and Civil War Spirits seen today! A horseman in a Continental Army uniform terrorizes a modern highway: is Mad Anthony Wayne still trying to turn the tide at the Battle of Brandywine? A plaintive battle cry echoes at Antietam: did modern schoolboys meet the famous Irish Brigade?...
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Finally the real secret of Freemasonry is revealed. The timeless philosophies of Freemasonry, based on the 32 Degree system of the Ancient Scottish Rite, are presented in easy to understand modern language. Here for the first time, you can unlock the secret philosophy upon which Freemasonry is...
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On June 24th, director Gary Ross, the three-time Academy Award nominated writer and director behind Seabiscuit, The Hunger Games and Pleasantville, took his place behind the camera once again in a movie he's written.This time Ross takes his talents back in time to tell the true true story of a...
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Springhill, Nova Scotia, a tiny town with a tremendously courageous spirit.In the 1950s, tragedy struck the mining town of Springhill not once, but three times:The 1956 Explosion The 1957 Main Street Fire The 1958 Bump The Explosion took the lives of 39 miners. The Main Street Fire wiped out...
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He landed on the beaches of Normandy with thousands of other men, tramping through the mud and muck of five campaigns of World War 2. Now decades later Death watched from the doorway and it was the old soldier’s turn to die. This is a story not just about death, but life. And buddies. This is a...
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Rough Enough is a work of historical non-fiction detailing ten years in the life of Richard McBee's great grandfather, a teenager who goes off half cocked to fight the Civil War!Richard Clow is 17 when the excitement of the final year of Civil War conflict entices him to enlist in the Union Army....
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A must for vegans and animal advocates alike, Erik Marcus has written the first history of veganism. This narrative begins with the term's coining in 1944, and moves on to chart the rise of factory farming and the fast food industry. With the emergence of 1960s counterculture, vegetarianism and...
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A Vegan History: 1944-2010
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His name was Ziama – a beautiful Jewish name which he had to change to Russian ‘Zakhar’ in order to conceal his origins. When all Jews were ordered to appear at a gathering point, he didn’t go and persuaded others not to go either. Pretending to be a collaborator for the occupation...
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Many generations ago, seven families fled Albania to escape a Turkish invasion. These were royal families and they feared their conquerors would follow. The seven families sailed around the boot of Italy and up that country's western coast. Beaching their boat, they began life in a new land. Then...
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FALCONARA: A Family Odyssey
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On an isolated island off the Georgia coast stands America's most exclusive club for the most wealthy and powerful men in the country. Outsiders are not welcomed and nothing is permitted to interrupt the rhythm of daily life. But when one of the members is poisoned at the club dance in 1923, all...
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Southern Ladies' Civil War and Antebellum Fashions 1855–1865 contains historically accurate descriptions of clothing, shoes, and undergarments worn by Southern women from 1855 to 1865, and a look at the ways that Southern women ingeniously kept themselves clothed and shod during the hard days of...
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A portrait of a great American dynasty and its legacy in business, technology, the arts, and philanthropyMeyer Guggenheim, a Swiss immigrant, founded a great American business dynasty. At their peak in the early twentieth century, the Guggenheims were reckoned among America's wealthiest, and the...
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The Guggenheims: A Family History
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A collection of true flying stories by the surviving naval aviators of Naval Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) Class 10-56, which began Navy flight training in Pensacola, Florida, on March 6, 1956. The book contains thirty-one tales of adventure--most exciting, some funny, and a few sad--but all true....
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NAVCAD Class 10-56: An Anthology
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From the deployment that brought you Restrepo:In 2007, the U.S. Army’s 173rd Airborne Brigade posted to northeastern Afghanistan’s Kunar Province. Battle Company, the best within the Brigade, was assigned the toughest Area of Operations. It was called the Korengal Valley. During their 15-month...
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To Quell The Korengal
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Kashif Wazir, son of an Afghan Opium Lord and a small group of Taliban terrorists are sent to America by al-Qaida to avenge the killing of Osama bin Laden. Their intention is to detonate a nuclear bomb in the USA that they have brought to a Mexican port aboard a specially outfitted ship. When they...
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Water Dream
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John Sassamon was a Wompanoag Indian who lived in southeastern Massachusetts and died under mysterious circumstances in January of 1675. Sassamon was a translator, advisor, and power broker to both the English colonists and King Philip, the powerful Sachem of southeastern Massachusetts and, as...
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Discover Egyptian Mythology ★☆★ As a Special Thank You Today, You’ll Receive a FREE Gift Offer At The End of Your Book ★☆★HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED ABOUT THE DIFFERENT GODS AND GODDESSES OF EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY?ARE YOU CURIOUS ABOUT A SPECIFIC GOD OR GODDESS THAT MIGHT NOT BE AS POPULAR AS...
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“Top Secret” mystery missions, many without other ships in support, were becoming uncomfortably familiar for the crew of the USS Nashville CL43. It started like a Hollywood thriller, secretly transporting from England $25 million in British gold bullion, delivered to the ship in unguarded bread...
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Provocative, reasoned, instinctive, funny, robust!This recent publication by Eliza Earsman expands in verse some of the data contained in Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story. ISBN 978-0-9556248-2-7.Specific attention should be paid to the final poem “LEST SHE FORGETS. LEST WE!” Sanity...
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A Collection of Verse - nonfiction.
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The story of an American soldier sent to Japan in 1950 to join a Special Services boxing team. When the Korean conflict breaks out, he is sent to Korea and is captured and sent via China to the USSR to work in a slave labor factory. This is a story of his capture,of being a POW, attempted suicide...
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The Children Called Him Uncle Vanya
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This book contains brief life stories and teachings of the ten Masters (Sikh Gurus) and Sri Guru Granth Sahib, The Eternal Guru. At the end of each chapter multi-choice questions with their answers are given to hold the attention of the young readers. At the end of the book, objective type...
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Have you ever wanted to put yourself in another place and time? How about attending a party in the “Roaring Twenties”, or skating to the melodies of an Oompah band on a frozen lake? If you have, When We Were Growing Up will be your ticket. The author asked people who were children in the first...
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*** Limited time offer ***When it comes to inspiring a nation into greatness, cultivating compassion into the hearts of millions, and educating the importance of love over hate, there’s one name that stands out: Martin Luther King, the man who had a dream that America and the world would be a...
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*Includes pictures*Explains the transformation of Arlington from a private estate to a military cemetery*Includes contemporary accounts describing Arlington and its history*Includes a bibliography for further reading*Includes a table of contents“Looking across this field, we see the scale of...
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A touching and thrilling story of a young girl's experiences at the battle of Gettysburg, first published in 1889....
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In the greatest, foulest city in the world, love, mayhem and betrayal have no trouble finding the slave, Alexandros. Given as a gift to the richest man in Rome, he soon discovers that intrigue and murder stalk the house of his master. Alexandros can solve the crime, but if he does, the worst...
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