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Heated Times Come to Remagen By Marina Martin
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Jon and Maria Schaeffer are a young husband and wife couple living in Remagen, Germany, March of 1945. They are part of a secret Resistance project of citizens determined to help the Allies win the... More > war, and with the last standing bridge across the Rhine at their back door, they're in a prime spot to help. Maria has just gotten her nurse's certificate and as part of the Resistance is asked to travel to town on the opposite side of the river each day to care for an injured soldier with hopes of collecting information. Jon is a translator on the radios and has been giving false reports. Will the Resistance be able to help the Americans in time to capture the bridge? What will come of Maria under Karlovy's heavy hand? This is a story entwined with sweet domestic discipline and harsh corporal punishment, intrigue, love and mystery.< Less
Every Soldier Has a Story By Lincoln Hokenbrough
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Hero. “A man admired for his achievements and noble qualities.” It is a word that we in America throw around too lightly to athletes and celebrities. Thankfully, we also use it more... More > accurately to describe our soldiers. Clarence Hibbs, a World War II veteran, refuses to describe himself as a hero. A husband, father, and grandpa, yes. An educator, certainly. But a hero? He would not even consider it. His story is like that of so many other veterans. He doesn’t want the attention. He does not want to be singled out. He remembers his buddies who sacrificed more and did not come home. He remembers the death. He remembers the pain. He remembers the tears. When he looks in the mirror, he sees an old man with buried memories of real heroes. But those of us who know him best would say that he’s a hero for all of the right reasons. You will have to judge for yourself.< Less
Every Soldier Has a Story By Lincoln Hokenbrough
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Hero. “A man admired for his achievements and noble qualities.” It is a word that we in America throw around too lightly to athletes and celebrities. Thankfully, we also use it more... More > accurately to describe our soldiers. Clarence Hibbs, a World War II veteran, refuses to describe himself as a hero. A husband, father, and grandpa, yes. An educator, certainly. But a hero? He would not even consider it. His story is like that of so many other veterans. He doesn’t want the attention. He does not want to be singled out. He remembers his buddies who sacrificed more and did not come home. He remembers the death. He remembers the pain. He remembers the tears. When he looks in the mirror, he sees an old man with buried memories of real heroes. But those of us who know him best would say that he’s a hero for all of the right reasons. You will have to judge for yourself.< Less
Code Name Hammer By Irven Hammerman
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There is a part of World War II that, to the best of my knowledge, has not been told. My assignment was to be the elimination of certain German SS and Gestapo officers, as well as other people... More > designated by General Donovan, General Smith or their adjutants. I was told that the men I would be eliminating were instrumental in the torture and elimination of the Jews in Europe.< Less
Nudge Blue By Donald E. Lavender
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A 9th Infantry Division Rifleman's Memoir of World War II. Memoir by an infantryman with Company I, 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division, originally arriving as a replacement in October 1944... More > in the Hürtgen Forest. His experiences in combat from that point on, including the Battle of the Bulge and Remagen bridge, make for fascinating, insightful reading. 26 photos, 1 illustration, 2 maps, 9 appendices.< Less