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Piddler on the Hoof By S.I. Fishgal
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Kursk Battle is the shortest, most horrible, intense schlock - all bloodbaths' schlepp mother that saved Yanks and Britons in Italy. 1941. Fuhrer teaches geography to Roma, three. His dad, the Red... More > Army’s officer, saves him from Kiev's 36-hour slaughter orgy of Jews. Roma grows up in Dad's Rearguard advancing from Kursk to Germany. His emotional awakening, family escapades, derisive living truth, eccentricity and idioms trigger bittersweet tears, smiles and thrills. Atrocities make waning settings in this sweeping, witty and passionate novel knocking the socks off, unless readers wear pantyhose. KOSHER HOOKS and MEIN KRAMPF continue Roma’s story. As a gentleman, Fishgal made his books independent. His soul bares itself (souls have no sex) and spills the gall in his potent, rich, vivid, teasing and fascinating novels. NOTE. Internet has the title’s idiotic machine translations. In farming, on the hoof=feeder cattle=calves raised for meat. Piddler=little boy, the title=child raised for cannon fodder.< Less
AfterDead -- Desert Peach #31, 32 and Beyond. By Donna Barr
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222 black-and-white pages. The Desert Peach and Stinz series continue -- but in a whole new form. 222 black-and-white pages, 64 of them in grey wash, include "Pithed," and... More > "Keeper," also available at Lulu. The Desert Fox's gay brother sees the Reich as his Afterlife -- and the black centaur is a Reichisch officer. Donna Barr has re-invented her books, once again. (333 page Color version, with extra prose pages, SOON at Amazon.com) Review: Broken Frontier< Less
AfterDead -- Desert Peach #31, 32 and Beyond. By Donna Barr
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222 black-and-white pages. The Desert Peach and Stinz series continue -- but in a whole new form. 222 black-and-white pages, 64 of them in grey wash, include "Pithed," and... More > "Keeper," also available at Lulu. The Desert Fox's gay brother sees the Reich as his Afterlife -- and the black centaur is a Reichisch officer. Donna Barr has re-invented her books, once again. (333 page Color version, with extra prose pages, SOON at Amazon.com) Review: Broken Frontier< Less
Moral By Ludwig Thoma
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methods includeMoral Mondays are protests in North Carolina, United States of America. Led by religious progressives, the protests are in response to several actions by the government of North... More > Carolina which was elected into office in 2013 and are characterized by civil disobedience - specifically entering the state legislature building to be peacefully arrested. The movement protests many wide ranging issues under the blanket claim of unfair treatment, discrimination, and adverse effects of government legislation on the citizens of North Carolina. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_Mondays Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Greatest Escape By Steve J Plummer
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This is the story of the largest mass escape of Prisoners of War during World War Two. This extraordinary enterprise surpassed even the famous "Great Escape" of 1944 by British and Allied... More > officers from Stalag Luft III - yet few people are even aware of it. The extraordinary events took place at a PoW Camp near Bridgend, South Wales and they continue to raise questions, even today. How many prisoners were actually involved in the break out? And did any of them succeed in getting home? The author, who lived and worked in and around Bridgend for thirty years, has carefully trawled the archives in an attempt to uncover the truth. The result is a novel which is both honest to the spirit of events and entertaining in its speculation of what may have taken place behind the smokescreen of official misinformation. "The book is a great read, the story flows nicely at a comfortable pace." - Maj. John A Thomas MA, TD**, Director of the 1940's Swansea Bay Museum.< Less
Mufti By Sapper
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Mufti is an odd book, but a revealing one. Having made a reputation during the war with stories that portrayed the conflict in a tough-minded way (a tough-mindedness that was often taken for realism)... More > Sapper bravely took on the task of writing a condition-of-England novel, set during the last three months of the War, and trying to make sense of the coming post-war world. In a town called Poperinghe, during the height of the German offensive in May 1918, quartermaster-sergeant, Derek Vane, watches with mixed feelings as a pilot and his observer are shot down. What is there left for this ghost town, ravaged by war and utterly devastated? This penetrating story, which takes us through to the end of the war and charts the diverse experiences of soldiers and their loved ones, was written by a man who experienced it all.< Less
AFTERDEAD 1.2 -- A Beautiful Death By Donna Barr
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This book is the first 64 pages after the original AFTERDEAD. "A Beautiful Death" tells the story of the Desert Peach in an afterlife completely unlike anything he'd expected. In the... More > AfterReich, the black centaur stallion Stinz has been chosen for the honor of breeding for the Reich. He wants the Desert Fox's gay brother to accompany him for moral support, especially against his own wife, who is SO PROUD of him. Pope Rosen takes on the Mormon breeding-farm commandant. A roller-derby queen and company officer is invited to her brother’s prisoner wedding -- with him as the wife. The Peach brings plenty of hankies. "A Beautiful Death" is the full-color version of the black and white version, originally published as "The Desert Peach Crosses Over." That version is out of print.< Less
AFTERDEAD 1.2 -- A Beautiful Death By Donna Barr
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This book is the first 64 pages after the original AFTERDEAD. "A Beautiful Death" tells the story of the Desert Peach in an afterlife completely unlike anything he'd expected. In the... More > AfterReich, the black centaur stallion Stinz has been chosen for the honor of breeding for the Reich. He wants the Desert Fox's gay brother to accompany him for moral support, especially against his own wife, who is SO PROUD of him. Pope Rosen takes on the Mormon breeding-farm commandant. A roller-derby queen and company officer is invited to her brother’s prisoner wedding -- with him as the wife. The Peach brings plenty of hankies. "A Beautiful Death" is the full-color version of the black and white version, originally published as "The Desert Peach Crosses Over." That version is out of print.< Less
Flying Section 17 By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In 1915... More > he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. Between the wars, he wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English. This is the second of those translations - Flying Section 17.< Less
War Flying In Macedonia By Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck
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Georg Wilhelm Heydemarck was an officer in the 47th Infantry Brigade at the outbreak of the First World War, in August 1914, and saw action in the Champagne region of France that same year. In 1915... More > he applied to join the Air Force as an observer, and received training as an observer, at Gotha and Grossenhain. On completion of his training, he was transferred to Flieger Abteilung 17, based at Attigny in France. He served with this squadron until December 1916, at which time he was promoted and transferred to Macedonia, there to take command of Flieger Abteilung 30, stationed at Drama on the Struma Front. After contracting malaria, he was transferred once more to the Armee-Oberkommando (AOK) staff, in September 1917. Between the wars, he wrote a number of books about his service in the air force during World War One, three of which were translated into English. This is the third of those translations - War Flying In Macedonia.< Less

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