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A Captive at Carlsruhe and Other German Prison Camps By Joseph Johnston Lee
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War, Prison and Liberation By Gervasio Massetti
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During WWII Gino was active with the Italian resistance movement building radios for the partisans. He was arrested, imprisoned and ended up in the concentration camo in Bolzano, on his way to... More > Dachau. This is the story of how his technical knowledge avoided him the otherwise fatal leg of the trip, how the German commander of the camp wanted him to build a radio to illegaly receive Radio London, and how he was finally liberated by the arrival of the American tanks in Bolzano.< Less
PRISONERS OF A SHADOW WORLD By Eric Johns
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Prisoners of a Shadow World tells the story of Louis-Philippe who is half French half English and of Madeleine who is Jewish. They live in France during the Second World War under the German... More > Occupation which casts a terrifying shadow over their lives - and the darkest shadow is cast by the Gestapo, the secret police. To make the situation even more dangerous, Louis-Philippe's grandfather runs an escape network for RAF aircrew who have been shot down and Louis-Philippe is helping him. At the same time, there is a growing danger to Madeleine since Jews in France face the threat of being arrested and transported to death camps in eastern Europe. As the shadows deepen so their attempts to stay alive become ever more desperate.< Less
Overcoming the German Karma By Evy Elizabeth Angel
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When I saw the smoke rising from a chimney in front of me, I was immediately taken back into my most recent past life as a Jewish prisoner in a German concentration camp. The events which have been... More > leading me back to the country of my birth helped me to bring back that past life experience. I even came to meet my then lover, an SS officer and was drawn even to live close to the area where this specific concentration camp is located. This book explains the experiences of a soul following karmic traits and trying to resolve them.< Less
Nine months behind German lines By Lawrence Bains
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In 1942 Lance Corporal Lawrence Bains, then 22 years old, was captured in North Africa and sent to a Prisoner of War camp in central Italy. In 1943 he escaped, and went on the run in the hills and... More > villages of Marche in Italy, hiding from the Italian police and army, and the Germans. Starting with no supplies, no money and knowing no Italian, he lived with the peasant farmers of Marche for nine months before being repatriated as the Allied Forces moved up the Italian peninsula. This is the story of those nine months behind German lines.< Less
From Hitler's Death Camps to Stalin's Gulags By Alfred Seiler
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Alfred Seiler was a young man growing up amid the Nazi terror in Vienna, Austria. He and his whole family were sent to a concentration camp. They lived in constant fear of death and only escaped to... More > the Russian lines at the last minute. Instead of being freed, they were treated as German spies and sent to a Soviet Gulag.< Less
Jewish-Run Concentration Camps in the Soviet Union By Herman Greife
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The first book to be published in the West (1937) which exposed the fact that Communist Jews were the commandants of 11 out of the 12 main Stalinist-era Gulags, or concentration camps. The Jewish... More > role in the Soviet concentration camps has been covered up by the present-day media in favour of their coverage of the German camps during World War II, despite the fact that the Jewish Communist camps killed far more prisoners than even the wildest allegations about the German camps. This remarkable book, dared to point out the truth long before it became widely known. Now with a new introduction, this version contains the original text and many of the original photographs< Less
As If They Were Ours: The Story of Camp Tyson - America's Only Barrage Balloon Training Facility By Shannon McFarlin
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Merriam Press World War II History No. 7. First Edition 2015. Camp Tyson was unique and historic because it was the only barrage balloon training facility in the US, so soldiers who were there had an... More > experience unlike any other. The Camp also became engrained in the lives of Henry Countians — most every home in Paris, Tennessee, had a soldier and his family living with them (including the author’s) and the camp is credited with modernizing Paris and the county. Camp Tyson was also the home of the all-black 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion, which landed on the beaches on D-Day. They were trained at Camp Tyson and their accomplishments have been largely unheralded. Additionally, both Italian and German prisoners of war were held there during and after the war. First-person accounts from white and black soldiers who were at the camp are included. Much of the book is first-person interviews, as well as documents from government sources that have never been published before. 40 photos.< Less
As If They Were Ours: The Story of Camp Tyson - America's Only Barrage Balloon Training Facility By Shannon McFarlin
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Merriam Press World War II History Number 7. First eBook Edition 2015. Camp Tyson was unique and historic because it was the only barrage balloon training facility in the US, so soldiers who were... More > there had an experience unlike any other. The Camp also became engrained in the lives of Henry Countians — most every home in Paris, Tennessee, had a soldier and his family living with them (including the author’s) and the camp is credited with modernizing Paris and the county. Camp Tyson was also the home of the all-black 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion, which landed on the beaches on D-Day. They were trained at Camp Tyson and their accomplishments have been largely unheralded. Additionally, both Italian and German prisoners of war were held there during and after the war. First-person accounts from white and black soldiers who were at the camp are included. Much of the book is first-person interviews, as well as documents from government sources that have never been published before. 40 photos.< Less
President Harry S. Truman - First Meeting with Soviet Marshal Joseph Stalin, 1945 By Karen Peebles
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Excellent historical account of the first meeting with President Truman and Stalin.