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Separation: A WWII Survival Memoir By Stepan Fedenko
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In 1996, Ukrainian-born Stepan Fedenko's fifty year wait to tell his WWII survival story came to an end when he first published his memoir Rozluka (Separation), as fear of the Soviets torturing his... More > family kept him from speaking out any sooner. The Ukrainian version of Separation reached #8 on the most read books list in Ukraine in 1997 and received plenty of press, as it was the first book of its kind. Stepan's grandson Damian translated it, in hopes that it would touch English-reading souls as it did in Ukrainian Stepan’s story begins as a 17 year old Ukrainian Undergrounder. After a routine mission goes wrong, he and Tato (his father) get arrested by the Germans. Stepan's Mama(mother) ran after their truck only to be kicked off the tailgate by the thick black heel of a Nazi boot. That was the last Stepan ever saw of her. The rest of the story weaves Stepan in and out of prisons, beatings, concentration camps, bombings, and more, finally leaving him with a near impossible choice at the end of the story.< Less
Those Who Serve Martha's Vineyard and WWII By Linsey Lee
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Oral History narratives of the World War II experiences, on the homefront and overseas, from twenty people of Martha's Vineyard with WWII era photos and contemporary photo portraits.
Love & Kisses: WWII Letters of George A. Campbell to his wife Bea By George A. Campbell, Beatrice L. Campbell
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The publication of the letters in this book, titled Love & Kisses, provides a portrait of George A. Campbell, who fought in WWII. The letters portray how Campbell perceived and coped with the... More > horros of war while all the time concernced about the well-being of his young family back home. Like many of his compatriots, Campbell seldom talked of his experiences in the war, even when prompted by others. While every soldier's situation and response is unique it is hoped that a look into Campbell's experiences will increase awareness of what society asks of its soldiers and as you read the names of relatives and community members on memorials in town squares, courthouses, etc., around the country you will be more mindful of their dedication and sacrifice.< Less
Camp Sharpe's "Psycho Boys": From Gettysburg to Germany By Beverley Driver Eddy
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Merriam Press World War II History WA4 (First Edition, 2014). Drawing on company histories, memoirs, and interviews, Camp Sharpe's "Psycho Boys" traces the history of the men of the 2nd,... More > 3rd, 4th, and 5th Mobile Radio Broadcasting Companies during World War II. The story begins with the establishment of a secret camp in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and the specialized training in military intelligence and propaganda services that the men received there. We then follow these men abroad: to further training in Britain, to the D-Day landings, the Battle of the Bulge, the conquest of Germany, and the liberation of the concentration camps. Camp Sharpe's "Psycho Boys" is enriched with new material - including photographs - acquired through personal interviews and correspondence with nine veterans of the camp. 37 photos, notes, index.< Less
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
We Want To Live By Jacob Rassen
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Jacob Rassen's firsthand account of being placed in and escaping from a Nazi concentration camp during WWII. He reveals the horrors of Dvinsk, Riga, Kovno and other ghettos and being hunted like an... More > animal.< Less
We Want To Live By Jacob Rassen
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Jacob Rassen's firsthand account of being placed in and escaping from a Nazi concentration camp during WWII. He reveals the horrors of Dvinsk, Riga, Kovno and other ghettos and being hunted like an... More > animal.< Less
Carl's Story; The Persistence of Hope By Von Petersen
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The true story of Kalman Willner, a remarkable man who survived numerous labor camps and the concentration camps of Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Dachau, from the time he was 14 until the age of 20. It... More > is an account of one man's incredible, harrowing journey of courage and undying hope as he struggles to survive mankind's darkest hour, and the miraculous resiliency of the human spirit he imparts. Ultimately, it is a story of hope and grace, for he went on to live a happy and successful life. A must read for anyone interested in the humanity and inhumanity of man and the forces of good and evil. A testimonial for a new generation at a time when the few remaining witnesses of the old are slowly passing from us forever. The ultimate story of survival!< Less
Lest We Forget: A Navigator's Tale By Jack Adams
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A POW's account of his time in a german concentration camp during WWII.
Lest We Forget: A Navigator's Tale By Jack Adams
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A POW's account of his time in a german concentration camp during WWII.