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The Pink Prison By
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The year is 1984 and Molly van Oudheusden, a thirteen year old girl is being sent from an apple farm in Elgin to a boarding school in Stellenbosch for the first time. She has decided to write a diary... More > to her long lost cat Waffles. Molly has many hilarious experiences throughout the year, which all form part of growing up.< 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
I hang tomorrow - A prisoner's diary By PAUL ABRAHAM
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The final 24 hours of a condemned man, his own words and feelings dramatically brought to the reader.
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
The Secret Diary of a Prisoner in the Creative Writing Gulag By Mark Pritchard
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The diary of an unhappy novelist who must teach creative writing classes and workshops to survive. Only one person meets her high expectations -- her cold, severe, Japanese piano teacher, whom it... More > seems she can never please.< Less
A Diary of Hope: The True Story of an American Prisoner of War By Andrew Gabriel
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My grandfather, Frank Carollo, was a prisoner of war in the infamous POW camp Stalag 17 B during World War II. During these dark days, he managed to keep a diary of his experiences, depicting... More > everyday life within, through beautiful short stories, poetry, and drawings. Now years later, I've taken his accounts, adding background details from friends and family, to create a memoir of hope, love, and survival; a story of one man's life before, during, and after being confined within one of the most notorious of Nazi camps. "A Diary of Hope: The True Story of an American Prisoner of War" is on sale now at many online sites, including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. Walk into any Barnes & Noble bookstore, and order the book directly at the counter! 20% of each book sold donated to the National Alzheimer’s Association!< Less
A Diary of Hope: The True Story of an American Prisoner of War By Andrew Gabriel
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My grandfather, Frank Carollo, was a prisoner of war in the infamous POW camp Stalag 17 B during World War II. During these dark days, he managed to keep a diary of his experiences, depicting... More > everyday life within, through beautiful short stories, poetry, and drawings. Now years later, I've taken his accounts, adding background details from friends and family, to create a memoir of hope, love, and survival; a story of one man's life before, during, and after being confined within one of the most notorious of Nazi camps. "A Diary of Hope: The True Story of an American Prisoner of War" is on sale now at many online sites, including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. Walk into any Barnes & Noble bookstore, and order the book directly at the counter! 20% of each book sold donated to the National Alzheimer’s Association!< Less
Diary of a Guilty Man By Sadé Oresegun
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This is the story of the murder of Daisy Curtis by Bill Lennon, and the experience of a lifetime Bill endures afterwards. And this experience may be his last.
Diary of a Guilty Man By Sadé Oresegun
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This is the story of the murder of Daisy Curtis by Bill Lennon, and the experience of a lifetime Bill endures afterwards. And this experience may be his last.
The War Diaries of Tom Jackson By Thomas Jackson
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Tom Jackson spent some years as a Prisoner of War in Japan during the Second World War. These are his diaries and memoirs dating from that time.