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From Cuba With Love: My Father's American Success Story By Chris Umpierre
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Discover how a Cuban native left his homeland after Fidel Castro’s communist takeover, trained for a massive planned U.S. military attack on Castro and overcame language and cultural barriers... More > to excel in America. “From Cuba with Love” details Pablo Umpierre’s idyllic childhood before communism. Castro nationalized all businesses, including the robust retail business Umpierre’s father had worked a lifetime to create. Pablo Umpierre chose to leave his parents, brother and extended family for a new life. When he arrived in Miami on June 16, 1962, Pablo Umpierre had just 10 cents to his name. Pablo Umpierre ended up joining a top-secret Cuban brigade commissioned by the U.S. Army. Learn about the underreported volunteer Cuban battalion, where the group trained, how the group was honorably discharged, how Umpierre settled in Los Angeles, Calif., met singer Dean Martin, found the love of his life and started a family.< Less
I Was Born Dead: A Memoir By David Rehak
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In this highly personal and confessional semi-autobiographical memoir which reads more like a novel in the first person, Rehak tells us an engrossing and unique life history of being born overseas... More > under the oppressive veil of communism, then escaping and growing up free in democratic Canada, living briefly in the conservative southern United States, and then making his home in the liberal atmosphere of Europe as an adult. He recounts his whole life right from his baby delivery (which didn't go too well) to the present-day. Writing in the same casual way that he speaks, he especially likes to focus on all the weird, amusing, and humorous happenings of everyday life, and this book will tickle your tummy with laughter, especially if you don't mind humor of a more irreverent and daring kind. You will also be deeply moved, as the author tells you about the great love of his life, the girl from Prague who forever holds the key to his heart. Includes over 70 photos.< Less
I Was Born Dead: a memoir By David Rehak
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In this highly personal and confessional semi-autobiographical memoir which reads more like a novel in the first person, Rehak tells us an engrossing and unique life history of being born overseas... More > under the oppressive veil of communism, then escaping and growing up free in democratic Canada, living briefly in the conservative southern United States, and then making his home in the liberal atmosphere of Europe as an adult. He recounts his whole life right from his baby delivery (which didn’t go too well) to the present-day. Writing in the same casual way that he speaks, he especially likes to focus on all the weird, amusing, and humorous happenings of everyday life, and this book will tickle your tummy with laughter, especially if you don‘t mind humor of a more irreverent and daring kind. You will also be deeply moved, as the author tells you about the great love of his life, the girl from Prague who forever holds the key to his heart. Includes over 70 photos.< Less
From Cuba with Love: My Father's American Success Story By Chris Umpierre
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Discover how a Cuban native left his homeland after Fidel Castro’s communist takeover, trained for a massive planned U.S. military attack on Castro and overcame language and cultural barriers... More > to excel in America. “From Cuba with Love” details Pablo Umpierre’s idyllic childhood before communism. Castro nationalized all businesses, including the robust retail business Umpierre’s father had worked a lifetime to create. Pablo Umpierre chose to leave his parents, brother and extended family for a new life. When he arrived in Miami on June 16, 1962, Pablo Umpierre had just 10 cents to his name. Pablo Umpierre ended up joining a top-secret Cuban brigade commissioned by the U.S. Army. Learn about the underreported volunteer Cuban battalion, where the group trained, how the group was honorably discharged, how Umpierre settled in Los Angeles, Calif., met singer Dean Martin, found the love of his life and started a family.< Less
Fight the Power: A Memoir of the Sixties By Eric Leif Davin
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The author was raised as a Southern Baptist and Mormon convert, although he was always a non-believer. However, like everyone else in his blue collar surroundings, he believed in America, the... More > military, anti-Communism, and, although too young to vote, Senator Barry Goldwater when he ran for president in 1964. Then, in the Sixties, he went to college and became swept up in the movements of the times. He came to realize that everything he’d believed about “his war,” the Vietnam War, was wrong. He came to believe that we were more than just on the “wrong side.” We were the wrong side. Eventually he was drafted. However, he refused induction into the military, preferring to face five years in prison, the maximum sentence, rather than fight in an immoral war. This memoir describes his journey through the Sixties, from a working class gung-ho Goldwater Republican supporter of the Vietnam War to a radicalized anti-war activist who was eventually drafted to fight in that war -- but refused to go.< Less
I Was Born Dead: a memoir By David Rehak
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In this highly personal and confessional semi-autobiographical memoir which reads more like a novel in the first person, Rehak tells us an engrossing and unique life history of being born overseas... More > under the oppressive veil of communism, then escaping and growing up free in democratic Canada, living briefly in the conservative southern United States, and then making his home in the liberal atmosphere of Europe as an adult. He recounts his whole life right from his baby delivery (which didn’t go too well) to the present-day. Writing in the same casual way that he speaks, he especially likes to focus on all the weird, amusing, and humorous happenings of everyday life, and this book will tickle your tummy with laughter, especially if you don‘t mind humor of a more irreverent and daring kind. You will also be deeply moved, as the author tells you about the great love of his life, the girl from Prague who forever holds the key to his heart. Includes over 70 photos.< Less
“Just Lassen to Me!”- A First-Generation Son’s Story: Surviving a Survivor By Harvy Simkovits
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Is it possible to admire a man’s accomplishments but abhor what he stands for, to seek his blessing but spurn his legacy? What if that man is your father? John Simkovits, a native of... More > Czechoslovakia, survived the ravages of World War II before immigrating to Canada to escape the onset of Soviet Communism. Over the next thirty years, he grew a business and real estate empire through corporate double-dealing, devious tax evading, and offshore money stashing—flitting from one tax dodge and haven to the next. Johnny groomed his second son, Harvy, to be the heir of his fortune, enticing him into a world of questionable deals and backroom chicanery. Unlike his religious brother and embittered mother, Harvy was drawn to his father’s shrewd business savvy and listened to his advice, which often began with, “Just lassen [listen] to me!” Harvy faces hard choices and undergoes shattering life changes to reconcile, repudiate, and rectify his father’s dubious legacy.< Less
“Just Lassen to Me!”: A First-Generation Son’s Story: Surviving a Survivor By Harvy Simkovits
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Is it possible to admire a man’s accomplishments but abhor what he stands for, to seek his blessing but spurn his legacy? What if that man is your father? John Simkovits, a native of... More > Czechoslovakia, survived the ravages of World War II before immigrating to Canada to escape the onset of Soviet Communism. Over the next thirty years, he grew a business and real estate empire through corporate double-dealing, devious tax evading, and offshore money stashing—flitting from one tax dodge and haven to the next. Johnny groomed his second son, Harvy, to be the heir of his fortune, enticing him into a world of questionable deals and backroom chicanery. Unlike his religious brother and embittered mother, Harvy was drawn to his father’s shrewd business savvy and listened to his advice, which often began with, “Just lassen [listen] to me!” Harvy faces hard choices and undergoes shattering life changes to reconcile, repudiate, and rectify his father’s dubious legacy.< Less
Underhanded Religious Insurgency By Trevor Langevin
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Has your church pushed the same sex marriage & blessing agenda onto your congregation? Do you want to know why the church is tearing pages out of the bible to pass this? This is the forgiveness... More > of sins for money fraud all over again! The two main groups behind this scam are the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches, but dozens of others are listed in the book. This book details the last 100 years of the scams these groups have doctored in the name of religion. The actions that the leadership of Christian religions have played on the unsuspecting population of the world are detailed. Christianity itself has not failed, but the leadership of Christian religions have failed us! By giving money to these tainted churches, you have contributed to funding terrorism and communism! Lenin himself even gave his approval for some church actions! How is Ecumenism connected to David Rockefeller? You blood will boil when you read just what your church has done in the name of religion!< Less
Le Petit Livre Rouge (CITATIONS DU PRESIDENT MAO TSE-TOUNG ) . Avec les Photographies de Hou Bo By Mao Tsé-Toung (Zedong)
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Les citations de Mao sont classées en trente-trois chapitres. Les thèmes sont abordés sous un angle idéologique ouvertement communiste en y ajoutant quelques... More > considérations philosophiques. L'essentiel du livre consiste en des recommandations sur la façon de s'organiser, de se comporter et de penser. L'impression de ce recueil d'écrits et de discours de Mao Zedong fut conçue à l'origine en mai 1964 par le général Lin Biao,ministre de la Défense et chef de l'Armée de libération, pour flatter le président Mao et accélérer son propre avancement au sein du Parti. Ce livre de poche devait servir de guide et de source d'inspiration à tous les membres de l'armée. Il contenait au début 30 chapitres. Devant le grand succès de cette première édition, le livre fut réimprimé dès février 1965 avec deux chapitres supplémentaires, puis quelques mois plus tard avec un 33e chapitre. En 1966, le Parti décréta que tout citoyen devait posséder un exemplaire du « Petit Livre rouge » comme symbole de sa loyauté envers le Parti.< Less

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