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General Hermann Balck: An Interview, January 1979 By Ray Merriam
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Merriam Press Military Monograph No. 25. First eBook Edition 2015. Provides an interesting view of German as well as enemy operations, tactics, strategies, equipment, weapons, and more, through an... More > interview with a little-known but highly capable panzer general of the Wehrmacht, who saw considerable service in Europe and the Eastern Front during the war. Includes a brief biographical sketch of General Balck. 13 photos.< Less
Cries In the Wind By Judy Bruce
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Merriam Press Fiction Number 5. First eBook Edition 2016. The third story in the Wind Series finds Megan stirred by the mystery of two strangers and the unsolved murders of two local women from... More > decades past. Pregnant yet haunted, Megan summons the help of close family and friends then plunges into an investigation which uncovers deceit, revenge, and betrayal. As Megan nears the truth, she and her crew become endangered by the killer. When Megan persists, she faces disastrous consequences.< Less
Of Seasons and Moods: Poetry I Left Behind the Times By Beldon Baxter
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Merriam Press Poetry Series. Are these really poems "left behind the times?" Very definitely. They just don't seem at one with today's quotidian, media-frantic, app-this, app-that... More > obsessions, so much in our foreground now. Grabbing at the moment, being in the moment has much to do here with nature and its appeal. Nature's so often the subject of the author's poetry in this tome, and despite the terribly intrusive, addictive media foreground, nature remains a very different realm, and still an important one. Is this poetry somehow supposed to help preserve nature and animals? No, it obviously can't. Come with the author as he celebrates in rhyme what touched him through a variety of moods and seasons. Perhaps some of these will evoke similar feelings in you...< Less
The Consequences of Being Ernest By Tom Hawks
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Merriam Press Fiction Series. A dark, sad, comedic, fictional account of a man who believes he is the reincarnation of Ernest Hemingway. "Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in... More > Oak Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. Hemingway died on July 2, 1961, at his home in Ketchum, Idaho, from a self-inflicted wound to the head. "I was born on May 2, 1962, in Oak Lawn, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, exactly 10 months to the day after Hemingway's death. "My name is Edsel Michael Hunter. My father, who worked in the automobile industry in Chicago, named me after a failed automobile. I suppose I was doomed from the start, as the very word 'Edsel' became a popular symbol for failure in American society, and I was destined to be its poster child. "I have a confession to make. For better or worse, I am the reincarnation of the great twentieth century American writer, Ernest Hemingway. You may not believe it, but I know it's true. And, no, I am not insane..."< Less
Lasting Visions of Floy Bugg Fenwick: Mother of Five Marine Sons By Frederick Fenwick
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Merriam Press Personal Chronicle 5 (First Edition, 2013). This is the story of a woman who made a difference here on earth. Born in 1914, she touched the lives of many people during her 90 years.... More > Growing up in the heartland of Kentucky, she married a farmer and lived her entire life working and providing for her family of nine. She was the most wonderful, kind, inspirational and loving mother. On the farm she prepared hearty and bountiful meals three times a day for her family. A lot of hard work was involved in preparing all sorts of food. Fruits and vegetables were planted, harvested, and preserved during the summer to sustain a growing family during the dead of winter. Biscuits, pies, and cakes were all made from scratch. One of her most precious talents was playing the piano. She had learned to play at a very young age and it stuck with her throughout her entire life. She raised five sons and four daughters. All five sons would serve their country in the US Marine Corps. 90 photos, map.< Less
Kamikaze Destroyer By Jeff Veesenmeyer
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Merriam Press Naval History. First Edition 2014. History of the USS Hugh W. Hadley (DD774) which shot down more Japanese kamikaze aircraft than any other U.S. Navy ship, during the battle for Okinawa... More > in 1945. This new book by a relative of a crew member killed that day off Okinawa, tells the story of the ship, and that fateful day, through the words of many of the survivors, which the author interviewed. This is not just a story about a ship, but about the men that made that ship a legend in the annals of U.S. Navy history. 9 appendices, bibliography, 112 B&W photos, 6 illustrations, 6 maps, color painting.< Less
Lasting Visions III: The End of an Era By Frederick Fenwick
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Merriam Press Military Biography. Donald Fenwick enlisted in the US Marine Corps at 18. His destiny was to serve his country as a Marine and to make the Marine Corps a career. He reported to Marine... More > Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California in Jan 1957 for recruit training and retired in Oct 1990. For 33 years he served our nation and retired as a Master Gunnery Sergeant. His illustrious military career embodies both the old breed and the new breed of the Marine Corps. Donald served in distant lands such as Vietnam and Okinawa with several cruises aboard ship in the Caribbean Sea and Mediterranean Sea. His story will capture your attention and give you an insight into the reality of what being a Marine is all about. His personal experiences while growing up on the farm in rural Kentucky and while progressing through the enlisted ranks, reveal the espirit de corps, camaraderie and the struggles he had to endure. 71 photos, 2 maps.< Less
Don’t Give Up: Aphorisms of Pain, Experience, Hope By B.B. Singer
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Merriam Press Literary Series. An aphorism (from Greek aphorismos, denoting "delimitation," "distinction," and "definition") is a concise, terse, laconic, and/or... More > memorable expression of a general truth or principle. They are often handed down by tradition from generation to generation. An aphorism is generally understood to be a concise and eloquent statement of truth: "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." (Lord Acton) "The true dosage of aphorisms: minimum words maximum sense." (Mark Twain)< Less
Enter the Enemy: A French Family's Life Under German Occupation By Roland J. Bain
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Merriam Press Military Memoir ME2. Rarely-described daily life in German-occupied France during WWII as well as the dramatic military experiences of a family member, are impressively chronicled in... More > correspondence between members of a French family. Excerpts from 45 recently translated letters form the foundation for Enter the Enemy. France’s surrender to Germany in June 1940 dramatically alters the lives of French Army Officer Henri Dunat, his wife, and his sister in the south of France. The essence of the letters offers unique insights into the life-changing hardships resulting from this deeply controlled life. Dunat’s exemplary military achievements, including his dramatic escape from Dunkirk and his hazardous escape from occupied France, also are tracked in the letters and from his official military record. His exploits in North Africa, Italy and France earned him high international honors. 25 photos and documents.< Less
Dachau By G-2 Section, U.S. Seventh Army
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Merriam Press World War 2 History Series. A rare period publication, originally published in mid-1945, collects together three reports conducted by units of the U.S. Seventh Army’s G-2 Section:... More > Dachau, Concentration Camp by OSS Section, covering history, composition, organization, and groupings of prisoners; Dachau, Concentration Camp and Town by PWB Section, covering the camp and the townspeople; Dachau, Concentration Camp by CIC Detachment, covering liberation, life at Dachau, experimental stations, and executions. Appendices: Diary of E. K. (male inmate); Statement of E. H. (female inmate); Special Case Reports; Miscellaneous; Organization of the Camp; Survey of Internees by Nationalities at Liberation; Number of Internees Processed; Number of Deaths; Executions; International Prisoners’ Committee. 26 photos.< Less

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