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World War I Songs By Holger Terp
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This book lists and discusses songs from World War I, both for and against the war. If you copy the song names into a search engine, you can in most cases hear the songs performed.
World War I Happennings By Komar MV
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Do you know that during WW1, the Ottoman Empire slaughtered over 1.5 million Armenians. It gave origin to the word "Genocide", although it is not officially recognized as such by most... More > countries? Know more about the mind blowing happenings of World War I in this ebook... Happy reading!< Less
World War I Facts By Komar MV
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Do you know that a WW1 homing pigeon saved 194 men by delivering a message despite losing a leg, an eye and having been shot through the chest? Know more about heart wrenching and interesting facts... More > like these in this ebook... Happy reading!< Less
Secrets of World War I By Komar MV
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Do you know that there were over 35 million civilian and soldier casualties in WWI. Over 15 million died and 20 million were wounded? Poppies have become a powerful symbol of remembering fallen... More > soldiers because it is one of the few flowers that grew on decimated battlefields. The Germans were skilled at intercepting and solving Allied codes. And so many facts like this are provided in this ebook that raise your curiosity to higher levels... Happy reading!< Less
War of Worlds By John Schultz
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Pictures taken on 2014-03-05, ISO64 seems to work very well in outdoor sky shots, I was able to find lots of UFOs.
World War I A Family in Remembrance By Beryl Ward
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Rich or poor, young and old they came from all walks of life and made the ultimate sacrifice. Eighty Seven members of the Ward/Gill family died in the Great War. This book commemorates who they... More > were, their achievements, where they fell, and the heartbreaking repercussions of their loss on their families. Their individual stories, may have been lost among the thousands recorded in the annals of history. This book is an attempt to ensure that the names of these men are brought to the forefront to be remembered< Less
Diary of a Prisoner in World War I By Josef Sramek
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An authentic diary of Josef Sramek, a Czech soldier drafted to the Hungaro-Austrian army to fight from the beginning of World War 1. In Diary of a Prisoner in World War I, Tomas Svoboda presents... More > every record his grandfather, Josef Šrámek, kept from the time he joined the army and was subsequently captured by the enemy, to the death marches and concentration camps he entered in Serbia, Albania, Italy, and France before finally returning home to resume his life. "Clarion Foreword Reviews" have given the book four stars and commented: "Šrámek’s diary is both informative and eye-opening. His grandson has done a masterful job putting it into a format accessible to a broad audience." and continue "... is a mustread for any student or aficionado of twentieth-century history. No historian could have written a more poignant tale."< Less
Diary of a Prisoner in World War I By Josef Sramek
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An authentic diary of Josef Sramek, a Czech soldier drafted to the Hungaro-Austrian army to fight from the beginning of World War 1. As prisoner of war he survived a series of death marches,... More > suffered from cold and diseases, and witnessed soldiers and civilians turning into either brutal predators or helpless prey. He was confined in a concentration camp at the italian island of Asinara which comprises an important part of his story. Later he was transfered to a more humanly captivity in France where his diary ends. "Clarion Foreword Reviews" have given the book four stars and commented: "Šrámek’s diary is both informative and eye-opening." and continue "... is a mustread for any student or aficionado of twentieth-century history. No historian could have written a more poignant tale."< Less
Sailor - A World War I Log By LeRoy Moore, Sr.
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Roy Moore was proud to be an American. He was a child of the Hudson River and a man of the sea. When his nation went to war, so did he, aboard the Destroyer USS McCall convoying ships across the... More > Atlantic through all weathers, rescuing survivors from harm's way and lobbing depth charges at enemy submarines. This is his daily log from that first World War, along with what remains of photographs and keepsakes washed ashore from his many experiences. Memories all lovingly preserved here in the writings of three generations.< Less
The War By Richard Paul Fernandes
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The War is the story of the life of one person, the meaning and purpose of the life and his world. The reader may reconstruct the life from the evidence that is available. All of the evidence that is... More > recovered is presented as it is recovered, in the order that it is recovered, to the author, the person and the reader at the same time. Fall is the first part in the set of works. “I believe that most, if not all the fighting, takes place upon the field of the human mind.” “Truth, Beauty, Goodness. I’ve been following this story since it was first being shared, and have savored each chapter as it came. Reading it is like dreaming, true and real in a way that reality rarely seems. It lingers beneath the mind’s surface in a way similar to a George MacDonald story.” “I've got to say how unusually visual this tale is. I know just which floorboards squeak… Time is timeless out here in the fields of gold.”< Less