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Crazy Horse and The Coalman By Roy Bainton
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Did the Sioux ever come to Yorkshire? This is Roy Bainton's personal memoir of growing up in 8 different houses across Yorkshire as a young boy between 1945 to 1959. During all that time, often... More > living in abject poverty, he was obsessed and guided by the spirit of the Sioux chief, Crazy Horse, who became his inspiration. Hilarious and poignant in turn, this vibrant picture of 1950s childhood is a nostalgia trip the reader will not forget in a hurry.< Less
Crazy Horse and The Coalman By Roy Bainton
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Did the Sioux ever come to Yorkshire? This is Roy Bainton's personal memoir of growing up in 8 different houses across Yorkshire as a young boy between 1945 to 1959. During all that time, often... More > living in abject poverty, he was obsessed and guided by the spirit of the Sioux chief, Crazy Horse, who became his inspiration. Hilarious and poignant in turn, this vibrant picture of 1950s childhood is a nostalgia trip the reader will not forget in a hurry.< Less
Rebecca's Secrets By Robert Hart
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What happens when a boy starts asking questions? It’s New Year’s day, 1956, and as the low winter sun penetrates the dark corners of Eric Street, it sets fire to a boy’s curiosity.... More > “Until this day I’d lived unaware. I didn’t live my life — it lived me. But I did know I was different from other kids. There was something secret about me and my family. That morning I became curious. That day I started asking questions.” Charming, funny and sad, this novel is based on a true story. Tommy Angel is an orphan growing up with his grandparents, Rebecca and Daniel, in the East End of London in the Fifties. Tommy tries to make sense of the world around him but his questions arouse shameful memories, stir the family ghosts and open a box of dark family secrets. Gradually he uncovers the truth about his lost sisters, his real father and mother. The author, a distinguished educator, born in 1945, grew up in an extended Jewish family in the East End of London. This debut novel is based on his childhood.< Less
Rebecca's Secrets By Robert Hart
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What happens when a boy starts asking questions? It’s New Year’s day, 1956, and as the low winter sun penetrates the dark corners of Eric Street, it sets fire to a boy’s curiosity.... More > “Until this day I’d lived unaware. I didn’t live my life — it lived me. But I did know I was different from other kids. There was something secret about me and my family. That morning I became curious. That day I started asking questions.” Charming, funny and sad, this novel is based on a true story. Tommy Angel is an orphan growing up with his grandparents, Rebecca and Daniel, in the East End of London in the Fifties. Tommy tries to make sense of the world around him but his questions arouse shameful memories, stir the family ghosts and open a box of dark family secrets. Gradually he uncovers the truth about his lost sisters, his real father and mother. The author, a distinguished educator, born in 1945, grew up in an extended Jewish family in the East End of London. This debut novel is based on his childhood.< Less
The Banknote Book: North and South Korea By Owen Linzmayer
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This 43-page catalog covers notes issued by the Red Army Headquarters in 1945, the Central Bank of North Korea in 1947, the Trade Bank of DPRK in 1988, the Central Bank of the DPRK from 1959 to... More > present, the Bank of Chosen from 1945 to 1950, and the Bank of Korea from 1949 to present. Revised 14 March 2014.< Less
DIENSTPLICHT IN INDIË 1949-1951 By Fred Ameling
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Herinneringen van een Huzaar van Boreel aan de turbulente periode van verdwijnend kolonialisme. Hij was één van de 125.000 soldaten van de Koninklijke Landmacht in het Verre Oosten. Met... More > 125 afbeeldingen......................................... Memoirs of a Dutch cavalryman of the turbulent episode of vanishing colonialism. He was a member of the Dutch army of 125.000 soldiers in the Far East. Included 125 images.< Less
DIENSTPLICHT IN INDIË 1949-1951 By Fred Ameling
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Herinneringen van een Huzaar van Boreel aan de turbulente periode van verdwijnend kolonialisme. Hij was één van de 125.000 soldaten van de Koninklijke Landmacht in het Verre Oosten. Met... More > 125 afbeeldingen......................................... Memoirs of a Dutch cavalryman of the turbulent episode of vanishing colonialism. He was a member of the Dutch army of 125.000 soldiers in the Far East. Included 125 images.< Less
The Blackwater Philosopher By James D. Thompson
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Life has been fun, even in its darkest moments. But there have been few of those. These are stories of growing up and living in the 1950's and 1960's. From Virginia to Turkey, from 1945 until 1967.... More > Life was really a hoot!< Less
The Blackwater Philosopher By James D. Thompson
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Life has been fun, even in its darkest moments. But there have been few of those. These are stories of growing up and living in the 1950's and 1960's. From Virginia to Turkey, from 1945 until 1967.... More > Life was really a hoot!< Less
The Flying Saucers Are Real : UFO Cover-Up, Paranoia and Government Misinformation By Robert Pickering, Donald Keyhoe
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2005 Limited Edition, 8 1/2 X 11, Version ---- Donald Keyhoe, in The Flying Saucers Are Real (©1950) investigates numerous encounters between USAF fighters and UFOs between 1947 and 1950.... More > Keyhoe contended that the Air Force was actively investigating these cases of close encounters. Keyhoe came to the further conclusion that the Earth had been visited by beings from space for two centuries, with the frequency of these visits increasing sharply after the first atomic weapon test in 1945. Citing anecdotal evidence, he intimated that the Air Force may have attained and adapted some aspect of the alien technology: its method of propulsion and perhaps its source of power. He believed that the Air Force or the US Government would eventually release these technologies (or at least the knowledge of them) to the public when the Soviet Union was no longer a threat. Written in a dramatic, narrative style reminiscent of mystery novels and spy thrillers.< Less