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Did God Kill the King of Sodom? By Walt Cross
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Bound to be controversial, this book is nothing less than the historical narrative of the cosmic destruction of the cities of the Kikkar Plain. The Jordanic civilization of Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah,... More > Jericho and Zeboiim was suddenly and without warning destroyed nearly four thousand years ago. Was it destroyed by God? And if it wasn't, what was it that Killed the King of Sodom?< Less
Did God Kill the King of Sodom? By Walt Cross
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THIS BOOK IS SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES. IT CONTAINS THOUGHT PROVOKING WRITTEN MATERIAL THAT MAY BE DISTURBING. READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. THIS IS THE HISTORY OF SODOM, GOMORRAH, ADMAH, ZEBOIIM, AND... More > JERICHO AT THE TIME OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE JORDANIC CIVILIZATION NEARLY FOUR THOUSAND YEARS AGO. IF IT WASN'T GOD THAT DESTROYED THE CITIES OF THE PLAIN, WHAT WAS IT? 234 PAGES.< Less
U.S. Armored Divisions in Europe By Walt Cross
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U.S. Armored Divisions in Europe; Stars and Stripes WWII Unit Histories, 388 pages with more than 100 photographs most never published before. Featuring wartime accounts of the 1st, 3rd, 4th, and... More > 6th through 12th Armored Divisions in Europe during WWII. Compiled from war correspondence stories of the "Stars and Stripes" and those taken directly from the soldiers involved. This gathering of many unit histories under one cover is a significant contribution to the history of the U.S. Army during World War II. Real stories, real battles, real soldiers.< Less
Custer's Lost Officer; Bravest Man Cover By Walt Cross
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For one hundred and thirty years no one has known what became of Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry, until now. For one hundred and thirty years no one has known who the soldier was... More > the Sioux called "The bravest man..." until now. This is the true story of the dashing young cavalryman who became, "Custer's Lost Officer". Unable to accept his loss, Henry's wife Grace roamed the Old West searching for him for three years. Henry's actions at the "Battle of the Little Big Horn" contributed to the legend of his commander, George Armstrong Custer.< Less