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Paul's War: Slovakia, 1938-1945 By Paul A. Strassmann
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Paul’s War tells about the experiences of a fifteen-year-old who joined a partizan unit in September 1944, to derail German trains on a strategic railroad in Slovakia. Military actions and... More > survival in the mountains during a brutal winter are described as often tragic events. Paul stayed with the partizans until the end of war when he joined the Czechoslovak army. The text includes recollections about the influences that formed Paul’s attitudes that enabled him to choose combat as a way of escaping the Germans. The section about Family offers portrayals of the personalities of his relatives, with special attention devoted to his Father, a former military officer.< Less
Paul's War: Slovakia, 1938-1945 By Paul A. Strassmann
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Paul’s War tells about the experiences of a fifteen-year-old who joined a partizan unit in September 1944, to derail German trains on a strategic railroad in Slovakia. Military actions and... More > survival in the mountains during a brutal winter are described as often tragic events. Paul stayed with the partizans until the end of war when he joined the Czechoslovak army. The text includes recollections about the influences that formed Paul’s attitudes that enabled him to choose combat as a way of escaping the Germans. The section about Family offers portrayals of the personalities of his relatives, with special attention devoted to his Father, a former military officer. < Less
MESHA (Preview) By HENDERSON FRANK PONDER
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SAVE TO YOUR COMPUTER WHEN DOWNLOADED Mesha was only fifteen years old when the Germans came to Rousche, and requisitioned the ground floor of the Covanich home for an office. However, she matured... More > fast when she witnessed her mother and one of the Germans in sexual embrace on the living room couch. She ran away to join her uncle Peter who was making a name for himself as leader of the Covanich Group, a remnant of the Mihailovich underground known as “The Chetniks.” Little did she know that she too would find love when Frank Henderson, a young American officer was assigned by the OSS to assist the underground in the acquisition of weapons and supplies. However, love was only one emotional extreme she would encounter as she and Frank traveled the snow-covered mountains of Montenegro and witnessed the pain, suffering, and despair war can bring.< Less
MESHA - Full Book By HENDERSON FRANK PONDER
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Mesha was only fifteen years old when the Germans came to Rousche, and requisitioned the ground floor of the Covanich home for an office. However, she matured fast when she witnessed her mother and... More > one of the Germans in sexual embrace on the living room couch. She ran away to join her uncle Peter who was making a name for himself as leader of the Covanich Group, a remnant of the Mihailovich underground known as “The Chetniks.” Little did she know that she too would find love when Frank Henderson, a young American officer was assigned by the OSS to assist the underground in the acquisition of weapons and supplies. However, love was only one emotional extreme she would encounter as she and Frank traveled the snow-covered mountains of Montenegro and witnessed the pain, suffering, and despair war can bring.< Less
MESHA - Preview By HENDERSON FRANK PONDER
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Mesha was only fifteen years old when the Germans came to Rousche, and requisitioned the ground floor of the Covanich home for an office. However, she matured fast when she witnessed her mother and... More > one of the Germans in sexual embrace on the living room couch. She ran away to join her uncle Peter who was making a name for himself as leader of the Covanich Group, a remnant of the Mihailovich underground known as “The Chetniks.” Little did she know that she too would find love when Frank Henderson, a young American officer was assigned by the OSS to assist the underground in the acquisition of weapons and supplies. However, love was only one emotional extreme she would encounter as she and Frank traveled the snow-covered mountains of Montenegro and witnessed the pain, suffering, and despair war can bring.< Less
Blood and Blitzkrieg By Will Belford
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1939: Lieutenant Joe Dean, fresh out of officer school in Australia, is on exchange with the British Army when the Germans invade Poland, and Great Britain finds itself at war. Sent to France, Joe... More > falls in love with Yvette, a local beauty, but other eyes are also watching her. Inexperienced and homesick, Joe struggles to make his mark, both as an officer and a man. Just as he is making progress, the Germans invade and the Allied defences in Belgium collapse in the face of the Blitzkrieg. With the British Army in headlong retreat, Joe’s platoon is forced to fight a series of desperate rearguard actions against overwhelming odds. Cut off from their regiment and captured, Joe and his aide Corporal Smythe narrowly escape a massacre at the hands of the SS. Fleeing through occupied territory, they struggle to reach Dunkirk in the hope of a boat to England. Meanwhile, a different fate awaits Yvette…< Less
MESHA (Christmas Present) By HENDERSON FRANK PONDER
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Mesha was only fifteen years old when the Germans came to Rousche, and requisitioned the ground floor of the Covanich home for an office. However, she matured fast when she witnessed her mother and... More > one of the Germans in sexual embrace on the living room couch. She ran away to join her uncle Peter who was making a name for himself as leader of the Covanich Group, a remnant of the Mihailovich underground known as “The Chetniks.” Little did she know that she too would find love when Frank Henderson, a young American officer was assigned by the OSS to assist the underground in the acquisition of weapons and supplies. However, love was only one emotional extreme she would encounter as she and Frank traveled the snow-covered mountains of Montenegro and witnessed the pain, suffering, and despair war can bring.< Less
Night of the Whirlwind By David Bruce
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June, 1943. Immense German and Russian armies face each other across the fortifications of the Kursk salient. Whoever wins the impending battle will win the war in the east; and the smallest factor... More > could be the one that turns the tide. For the Prime Minister, that small factor could be a German Panzer general visiting France; if he can be eliminated then the Russians might stand a much better chance of winning. But removing a high-ranking enemy officer in too obvious a manner could compromise ULTRA, the highly secret code-breaking operation that revealed the officer’s location in the first place. Churchill has first to convince MI6 that the result will be worth the risk. With the outcome of a war hanging in the balance, what better plan than to give the mission to a handful of intruder pilots flying near obsolete aircraft? (See “Prototype” and “Assassin” for other books by the same author)< Less
The Journal of Johannes Beckmann By Andrew Baworowsky
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France and Holland have fallen. Under thick clouds of smoke German jackboots march through Paris. A young SS officer names Johannes Beckmann arrives on scene just as the fighting dies down. His... More > purpose? To steal. Whether gold bullion or ancient antiquities...Beckmann's sole job is to steal anything value and hide it away in Switzerland. And then suddenly, something inside him changes. Plagued by his guilty conscience, he formulates a plan to flee Germany and save several priceless works of art from the Nazis' grasp. This is the story of an SS officer caught between serving his Führer...or his conscience.< Less
Great Aunt Ada's Medal By David Hitchin
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When Ada Whiting's mother died, she was brought up by her grandparents who were officers in Portsmouth Workhouse. She joined the Church Army, but longed to work as a missionary abroad. After marrying... More > Frederick Esselbach and acquiring German nationality she managed a Sailor's Rest in Antwerp. Full of missionary zeal she overcame all obstacles. When the Germans invaded in 1914 she visited the British Prisoners of War and eventually risked her life by helping them to escape. After the war she was awarded a medal the only British medal given to a German subject. The author tells of how he pieces together her story from many fragments of information. Ada's piety is no longer fashionable, but the story of her determination remains as an example of what one woman could achieve.< Less

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