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Professor pens biography detailing ancestor’s illustrious military career and civilian life
Professor pens biography detailing ancestor’s illustrious military career and civilian life
10/18/2017 8:00:00 AM
Colonel Tobias B. Kaufman was a courageous soldier who had fought in some major battles recorded in history. He was considered to be a great leader born with the natural skill to lead his men and with an outstanding bravery in the battlefield.
Attorney and Author Robert A. Shaines Pens a Story About Saving the World from Nuclear Panic
Attorney and Author Robert A. Shaines Pens a Story About Saving the World from Nuclear Panic
10/18/2017 8:00:00 AM
Secrets, In a Time of Peace  is a book that contains a very exciting account of the efforts of the countries Russia, Israel, China and the United States to save the world from a nightmare caused by nuclear weapons.
Retired High School Teacher John Burdick Recounts Experiences During the Vietnam War
Retired High School Teacher John Burdick Recounts Experiences During the Vietnam War
10/18/2017 8:00:00 AM
The book A Sphinx narrates a powerful and emotional account following the author’s duty in the Vietnam War in the 1960’s. In 1967, he received the order to ship to Vietnam.
A Novel That Combines Conspiracy Theories and Spy Stories into One Brilliant Book
A Novel That Combines Conspiracy Theories and Spy Stories into One Brilliant Book
10/17/2017 8:00:00 AM
“The Afghan File Affair,” written by Arthur Kasper, tells the readers about the abduction of journalist Nick Gambles’ girlfriend, a CIA agent assigned to work at the American consulate in Italy.
Muzoon Almellehan returns to Jordan to meet Syrian refugees striving to get an education
Muzoon Almellehan returns to Jordan to meet Syrian refugees striving to get an education
10/17/2017 6:58:05 AM
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Muzoon Almellehan travelled to Jordan to meet children who, like her, fled the Syria conflict and are now determined to go to school despite extremely challenging circumstances.
Chad: The forgotten people within a silent crisis
Chad: The forgotten people within a silent crisis
10/16/2017 2:31:33 AM
More than 335,000 people continue to go hungry in the Lake Region of Chad – a place where only ten doctors are currently working and the international community has only funded $40m of a $121m humanitarian appeal.
Ugandan authorities close down ActionAid’s work
Ugandan authorities close down ActionAid’s work
10/13/2017 5:36:04 AM
The Ugandan authorities closed down the bank accounts of ActionAid Uganda, thus preventing it from doing its vital poverty reduction work. The authorities also sent a letter to 25 non-governmental organisations demanding their bank account details.
Discovering the Hidden Truth behind the Silent but Deadly War
Discovering the Hidden Truth behind the Silent but Deadly War
10/10/2017 5:36:15 PM
Drawing from her unique and horrifying experiences as a child in Russia, Simona Pipko seeks to open readers’ eyes to the imminent war they must realize before it is too late.
World War II veteran shares his journey before and after the war
World War II veteran shares his journey before and after the war
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
With the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dolph Brostrom decided to join and serve the U.S. Navy. In his book entitled One Sailor’s Journey: Tales From World War II, Brostrom narrates how that attack changed not only his life but also the lives of many people.
Author recounts personal experiences during Hurricane Katrina’s wrath
Author recounts personal experiences during Hurricane Katrina’s wrath
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
Hurricane Katrina was considered as one of the most destructive and deadly hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. In Cheryl Hawkins’ book Louder Than Thunder, she narrates her personal experiences on her encounter with Hurricane Katrina as well as the good deeds she had witnessed people did for others during the storm.
War Novel Depicts Depravity of Nazi Germany
War Novel Depicts Depravity of Nazi Germany
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
Anyone who has read Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernières will also love Thomas W. Becker’s The Road At St. Liseau: A Novel of Espionage in World War II (iUniverse, 2015), a romantic spy thriller that brings the horrors of the Second World War vividly to life.
A Story about a Destructive Chemical War Is Narrated
A Story about a Destructive Chemical War Is Narrated
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
“All Mellow on the Western Front” by Chris Shedlick is an alternate history novel that revolves around the topic of chemical warfare on the Western Front of World War I.
Former Intelligence Officer Pens Novel about Right-Wing Terrorist Attempt
Former Intelligence Officer Pens Novel about Right-Wing Terrorist Attempt
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
In the fight against terrorism, there is a fine line between what is criminal and what is necessary. “Guardians of Honor: The Plebes” is the first in a fictional trilogy that examines the murky world of domestic terrorism and the US government’s desperate race to stop it.
An Immigrant Family Finds Refuge and Freedom in the Land of the Free
An Immigrant Family Finds Refuge and Freedom in the Land of the Free
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
At a time of war and chaos many Eastern European families sought freedom. With government and monarchies having a tight hold on the necks of the people, many were trying to find a way to break from this world.
Former Intelligence Agent Recalls Memories of War in Vietnam
Former Intelligence Agent Recalls Memories of War in Vietnam
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
“A Sphinx” recounts a powerful and emotional narrative following the author’s duty in the Vietnam War in the 1960’s. He was recruited by the military to become an intelligence agent, and in 1967, he received the order to ship to Vietnam.
War Veteran Author Creates Book about His Perspective on War
War Veteran Author Creates Book about His Perspective on War
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
In his book, “Perspective: The Golden Rule,” author David Meakes relays to the readers his passionate and revealing insight, and contemplative and in-depth analysis in order to reinforce our reasons why we disapprove and abhor the immorality and cruelty of war.
Author Shares Book about His Uncle’s Harrowing Ordeal in WW2
Author Shares Book about His Uncle’s Harrowing Ordeal in WW2
10/4/2017 8:00:00 AM
Robert H Pitzel tells an extraordinary tale about survival in Journey to Freedom: A US Marine Survives WW2 in Japan. Although not a story about his own experience, Bob does his best to relay the story of his uncle, Sergeant Daniel J.
Author recounts experiences during Second World War
Author recounts experiences during Second World War
10/4/2017
The book starts with the author’s account on his youth and the cold months with his mother and her younger sisters in the coastal town of Le Havre, west of Paris, and summers in Hambye, in the Norman countryside.
An Espionage Thriller That Will Leave the Readers a Vivid Impression Characters and the Entire Setting
An Espionage Thriller That Will Leave the Readers a Vivid Impression Characters and the Entire Setting
10/3/2017 8:00:00 AM
“The Afghan File Affair,” a novel written by Arthur Kasper, revolves around the life of journalist, Nick Gamble. The plot became more intense after Nick’s girlfriend, Natalia, is kidnapped.
From Exile: A Historical Account of Cuba’s First President
From Exile: A Historical Account of Cuba’s First President
10/3/2017 8:00:00 AM
In her book ‘Before “Cuba Libre”: The making of Cuba’s first president Tomás Estrada Palma,’ García showcased an intimate historical account of the known idealistic, patriotic, revolutionary, meticulously honest, but stubborn president Tomás Estrada Palma.