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Internet Fraudsters Strategies By Yahuwahswill Shelomoh Igbinosa
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Several pathetic letters have been sent to me by some girls, according to them, their parents were multimillionaires before death but found themselves suffering in a refugee camp. However, some of... More > my friends and associates also receive similar letters from some girls with the same claims and that motivated me to find out their aims and objectives. In my investigation, I visited the website of the bank of Scotland which most of the girls claimed their late father deposited millions U.S Dollars. My findings gave birth to this book, and I hope the revelations contained therein will serve as a lesson and warning to the readers and those seeking for a relationship in social media.< Less
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The Plain of Stone Jars By Nhabee Her
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Nhabee was born and raised in the jungle of Laos during the Secret War. He was old enough to remember the violence of the war at its peak, the persecution of family members who aided U.S. soldiers... More > and the details of the long trek to safety. His family escaped to Thailand and lived in the Nong Khai and Ban Vinai refugee camps for four years before arriving in Madison, Wisconsin on December 19, 1979. There, he started a new life in the U.S. along with thousands of other Hmong families. He currently lives with his wife and four grown children in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.< Less
The Plain of Stone Jars By Nhabee Her
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Nhabee was born and raised in the jungle of Laos during the Secret War. He was old enough to remember the violence of the war at its peak, the persecution of family members who aided U.S. soldiers... More > and the details of the long trek to safety. His family escaped to Thailand and lived in the Nong Khai and Ban Vinai refugee camps for four years before arriving in Madison, Wisconsin on December 19, 1979. There, he started a new life in the U.S. along with thousands of other Hmong families. He currently lives with his wife and four grown children in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.< Less
The Tragedy of Karoly - A story from Hungary By Michael Fitzalan
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This is the story of Karoly, a man whose family protected Jewish refugees who were trying to escape the advance of Nazi Germany and the advancing Russians. Karoly was used as human-shield by Romanian... More > 'liberators' in Hungary. He was sent to prison for being the leader of the youth section of the Smallholder's Party under the post-war Communist Regime. Given the option of starvation or working as a miner in a forced labour camp, he worked in a coalmine until he escaped the regime in 1956. This is the story of a man who cheated death and moved to England to start again from nothing, a broken man and a former political prisoner for whom there was no care or comfort.< Less
The Tragedy of Karoly - A Story from Hungary By Michael Fitzalan
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This is the story of Karoly, a man whose family protected Jewish refugees who were trying to escape the advance of Nazi Germany and the advancing Russians. Karoly was used as human-shield by Romanian... More > 'liberators' in Hungary. He was sent to prison for being the leader of the youth section of the Smallholder's Party under the post-war communist regime. Given the option of starvation or working as a miner in a forced labour camp, he worked in a coal mine until he escaped the regime in 1956. This is the story of a man who cheated death and moved to England to start again from nothing, a broken political prisoner.< Less
Even Bearded Men Cried By Brigitte Kurowski-Wilson & Bernard Marrocco
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Even Bearded Men Cried is the memoir of a young German girl. Torn from her childhood and orphaned in 1938 at the age of 12, Brigitte Speidel was housed by an imperious grandmother before being sent... More > to a Hitler Youth boarding school. She nursed in Austria in the midst of Allied bombs during the war, tending concentration camp victims after it. Expelled from Austria, she became a beggar refugee without hope in her own country, but found redemption, love and new faith in a new country, Canada. The book includes maps and photographs.< Less
Because I Can By Paul Cooper
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It's 1958 and eleven-year-old Peter Wolf lives in the war-rubble squalor of East Germany which is ruled with an iron fist by the Soviet Communists. People stand in long lines to buy rancid meat,... More > water pails are kept on toilet lids to prevent sewer rats from invading apartments and, worst of all, every citizen is encouraged to spy upon every other citizen and report any suspect behavior to the hated Stassi (Secret Police). Risking their lives escaping East Germany, surviving a kidnapping attempt, enduring six long months in a refugee camp and crossing the Atlantic in steerage, Peter discovers America is not the paradise he had envisioned.< Less
My Paperback Book By Greta & Ron Reisman
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This book contains true stories and documentation of how our family became endangered refugees in WWII Europe. Some family-members escaped legally to the States. A few others ‘illegally... More > immigrated’ into Mandatory Palestine. Many survived in Hungary until late 1944, and hoped to travel to Palestine. Instead, most were murdered in Nazi extermination camps in Poland. These stories are illustrated with annotated archival material collected by Greta (nee Schwartz) Reisman including photographs, government-issued identification and travel documents, hand-written notes, newspaper clippings, and Greta's autobiographical essays. The Schwarz children were separated from their parents for over a year, and escaped to the States in late May, 1940.< Less
How Our Family Escaped By Greta & Ron Reisman
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This book contains true stories of how our family became endangered refugees in German-dominated Europe. Some escaped legally to the States. A few others ‘illegally immigrated’ into... More > Mandatory Palestine. Many survived in Hungary until late 1944, and hoped to travel to Palestine. Instead, most were murdered in Nazi extermination camps in Poland. These stories are illustrated with annotated archival material collected by Greta (nee Schwartz) Reisman, including photographs, government-issued identification and travel documents, hand-written notes, newspaper clippings, and Greta's autobiographical essays.< Less

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