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Ten Gold Medals: Glory or Freedom By Isaak Dostis
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Greece was overtaken by the Nazis, and one of the country's most famous athletes, with his family, are on the run because they are Jewish. Where best to safe-keep the ten gold medals won by Isaac... More > Cohen? No one would suspect Isaac's six year old son, Laiki, of hiding this precious cargo that might help get them to safety. So, with only the clothes they can wear and the medals safely hidden, the real life adventure begins.< Less
Die Schwertertrager der Wehrmacht By David A. Miller
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Merriam Press Military Monograph 298. Sixth Edition (March 2012). In addition to details about the award itself, each of the 160 recipients (76 Heer, 54 Luftwaffe, five Kriegsmarine, and 24... More > Waffen-SS) are detailed in the order they received the "Swords." Details of each recipient's award of each class of the Knight's Cross are also provided. A wealth of information and data in a handy, singular reference. Contents: Introduction; Heer; Luftwaffe; Kriegsmarine; Waffen-SS; Bibliography. 157 Photos.< Less
The International Jew Volumes I and II By Henry Ford
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American industrialist and automobile manufacturer Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent in 1918 and used this newspaper to publish a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he... More > identified as the “Jewish Question in America.” The work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy. Volume 1: The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem (1920); and Volume 2: Jewish Activities in the United States (1921).< Less
The International Jew Volumes I and II By Henry Ford
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By Henry Ford and the editors of the Dearborn Independent. Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent and published a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he identified as the... More > “Jewish Question in America.” At its peak, circulation reached 700,000 readers. The work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy. This version is the full unexpurgated original of Ford’s groundbreaking study and contains all the content, prefaces included, of the books first published as Volume 1 and Volume 2. The companion volume contains the other two volumes.< Less
The International Jew Volumes III and IV By Henry Ford
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By Henry Ford and the editors of the Dearborn Independent. Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent and published a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he identified as the... More > “Jewish Question in America.” At its peak, circulation reached 700,000 readers. The work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy. This version is the full unexpurgated original of Ford’s groundbreaking study and contains all the content, prefaces included, of the books first published as Volume 3 and Volume 4. The companion volume contains the other two volumes.< Less
The Horror of War & The Joy of Joyce (1942 to 1957) By Clifford McLachlan
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Clifford McLachlan, now 90 years old, writes lucid personal memories of his time in the army during the Second World War. He takes us into the narrow slit trenches he dug, from the Normandy landing... More > beach head near Caen, across France, Belgium, the Netherlands and into Nazi Germany. We experience the horror of war and yet feel a sense of humour in the dire circumstances. Most of all we share the thrill of meeting his future wife, Joyce, in England. They both now reside in Victoria, BC, Canada. Why did brave, intelligent, young men follow insane orders and be prepared to sacrifice their lives over and over again on the frontline, just to wear a bunch of colourful ribbons and medals across their chests? Fighting an evil enemy all those many years ago in faraway foreign lands has enabled us, two generations later, to enjoy the freedom we take for granted today.< Less