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Paper Soldiers!-The War Writers By Kelly Chance Beckman
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AN EPIC STORY OF HEROISM BY FOUR HEROES. A WAR HERO, A PEACE PROTESTER, A NEWS CORRESPONDENT IN THE WAR, AND A WRITER IN AMERICA. THEY WERE THE GOOD GUYS FIGHTING TWO WARS. IT IS A LOVE STORY OF... More > AMERICA IN TIMES OF WAR AND PEACE. THE HIDDEN TRUTH AND LIES COME TO LIGHT. THE VILLAINS ARE MANY AND POWERFUL, USING THEIR POWER AND MONEY TO KEEP THEIR WAR PROFITS HIGH. THE AMERICAN PUBLIC WAS PAYING A HIGH PRICE FOR THEIR GREED, CORRUPTION AND CONSPIRACIES. THE SOLDIERS FOUGHT FOR THEIR BELIEFS AND AMERICA IN A WAR TURNED AGAINST THEM. IT WAS BETRAYAL AND TREASON OF THE HIGHEST WAR CRIMES. THE TRIAL FOR TREASON WAS THE ANSWER. THE WAR WRITERS SURVIVED THE CENSORS AND GOVERNMENT WHO PAINTED A ROSY PICTURE WITH THE FALSE TRUTH. IT WAS FACT: VIETNAM WAS WON ON THE BATTLEFIELD; BUT GIVEN AWAY AT THE PEACE TALKS. ANOTHER GOVERNMENT SHAME! THE WAR WRITERS AND NEWS CORRESPONDENTS GAVE THEIR LIVES SO AMERICA MIGHT RETURN TO THE BEAUTIFUL, WITH TRUTH AND JUSTICE FOR ALL!< Less
Translating the Devil: Captain Llewellyn C Fletcher Canadian Army Intelligence Corps In Post War Malaysia and Singapore By Gordon D. Feir
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After the Japanese surrender in Malaya and Singapore in 1945, the British and their allies spent two years rebuilding governments and stabilizing economies. This included establishing security and... More > collecting evidence on captured Japanese military personnel for war crime trials. To assist in this task a group of Canadian servicemen in the newly formed Army Intelligence Corps were sent to assist their commonwealth colleagues in translating military documents and interrogating Japanese prisoners. Translating the Devil is a collection of memoirs and notes made by Captain Llewellyn Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence. They are compiled as a chronological narrative in a form that may be shared by historians, colleagues and old friends. Fletcher lived in Japan as a language instructor at Keio University between 1927 and 1931. When the Japanese invaded SE Asia he volunteered his services to the War Department in Ottawa since he could read and speak Japanese.< Less
Translating the Devil: Captain Llewellyn C. Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence Corps in Post War Malaysia and Singapore By Gordon D. Feir
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After the Japanese surrender in Malaya and Singapore in 1945, the British and their allies spent two years rebuilding governments and stabilizing economies. This included establishing security and... More > collecting evidence on captured Japanese military personnel for war crime trials. To assist in this task a group of Canadian servicemen in the newly formed Army Intelligence Corps were sent to assist their commonwealth colleagues in translating military documents and interrogating Japanese prisoners. Translating the Devil is a collection of memoirs and notes made by Captain Llewellyn Fletcher, Canadian Army Intelligence. They are compiled as a chronological narrative in a form that may be shared by historians, colleagues and old friends. Fletcher lived in Japan as a language instructor at Keio University between 1927 and 1931. When the Japanese invaded SE Asia he volunteered his services to the War Department in Ottawa since he could read and speak Japanese.< Less
Victors' Justice By Montgomery Belgion
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Nothing is to be gained after a war by the punishment of the vanquished by the victors, even if the vanquished have been to blame for the war itself. It now seems more probable than ever that for... More > victors to assert after a war the ‘war guilt’ of the vanquished serves but to disguise the real sources of international disturbance. Possibly it is because the western victors in 1919 did not recognize the moral basis of international relations that war returned to Europe and to the world in 1939. Possibly it is because the western victors again in 1945 did not recognize the moral basis of those relations that the world was treated to the spectacle of victors’ justice, aka 'the Nuremberg Trial', and one more great war had ended without leading men’s feet into the way of peace.< Less
Victors' Justice By Montgomery Belgion
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Nothing is to be gained after a war by the punishment of the vanquished by the victors, even if the vanquished have been to blame for the war itself. It now seems more probable than ever that for... More > victors to assert after a war the ‘war guilt’ of the vanquished serves but to disguise the real sources of international disturbance. Possibly it is because the western victors in 1919 did not recognize the moral basis of international relations that war returned to Europe and to the world in 1939. Possibly it is because the western victors again in 1945 did not recognize the moral basis of those relations that the world was treated to the spectacle of victors’ justice, a.k.a. 'the Nuremberg Trial', and one more great war had ended without leading men’s feet into the way of peace.< Less
Laura's Wrath By Martin J. Stab & Elaine R. Stab
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The satanic succubus, Laura McBride, hungers for revenge. ‘Laura’s Wrath’ takes the reader from the unjust execution of Laura’s husband Robert during the American Civil War to... More > the 1960s and into the lives of a husband and wife, the Westons, whose only crime is researching family ancestry. Satan and Laura manipulate the couple through a series of mutual nightmares and the use of the husband’s model train layout to accomplish Laura’s final act of retribution for her husband Robert’s unjust execution. Can the Westons and their parish priest survive Laura’s Wrath, or are they doomed?< Less
The Iraqi Special Tribunal: An Abuse of Justice [draft report] By Curtis Doebbler & Ramsey Clark
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This is the draft report of two members of the defense team of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, who was killed by the United States collaborating with Iraqis on 30 December 2006. The authors... More > spell out in detail the numerous violations of the right to fair trial that they believe constituted a serious war crime committed by the numerous United States personnel and their Iraqi collaborators who were involved in ensuring the court trying the former Iraqi leader was unfair.< Less
The Iraqi Special Tribunal: An Abuse of Justice [Draft Report] By Ramsey Clark & Curtis Doebbler
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This is the draft report of two members of the defense team of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, who was killed by the United States collaborating with Iraqis on 30 December 2006. The authors... More > spell out in detail the numerous violations of the right to fair trial that they believe constituted a serious war crime committed by the numerous United States personnel and their Iraqi collaborators who were involved in ensuring the court trying the former Iraqi leader was unfair.< Less
Handcuffs, Wishes, and Misinterpreted Kisses By Bree Smith
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What happens when a gang leader and a rich girl end up in a tricky situation? Chaos. It's a paradise, and it's a war zone. On what looks to be like the perfect first day or summer,... More > turns into complete destruction. You wouldn't expect to become friends with the town's notorious bad boy, and kidnapped by a gang of rebellious boys, but unfortunately for Addison Montgomery - exactly that happens. You could say her luck runs thin, but for Kale Matthews it's not all bad. But of course, with every bad boy comes a good girl who doesn't know the tricks of the trade. When you play the game of thrones, you WIN or DIE. - Game Of Thrones< Less
The Iron Furnace: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story (New Edition) By George Topas
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“George Topas’ moving and probing narrative is an important contribution to Holocaust literature” – Elie Wiesel “The Iron Furnace is a profoundly moving account of... More > faith, love, courage, and endurance. With his direct and deceptively simple style, George Topas convinces us that we’re sharing the heartfelt recollections of an old and dear friend. This story – and this decent, unassuming hero – will leave an incredible impression on all readers” – Michael Medved “The Iron Furnace will greatly contribute to the deepening memory of the Holocaust. It reveals the indomitable spirit of those that lived in the world which was destroyed.” – Rabbi Marvin Hier, Dean, Simon Wiesenthal Center “A searing tribute to one man’s indomitable spirit to outlive his tormentors” – Canadian Jewish News “This chilling memoir effectively reminds us of the inhumanity with which people treated their fellow humans.'' – Library Journal< Less