This book takes a look at Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension of Jesus Christ as it may have been reported by the "Jerusalem Times." An added bonus is the unique birth reported by the... More > "Bethlehem Star-Herald".< Less
A decade after the Wright brother some pioneers along Tampa Bay began the first scheduled airline service. It was not successful but paved the way for future attempts. Commercialization of the... More > airways would begin in earnest after World War I. For one thing there was an abundance of war surplus flying machines available, meaning aircraft were affordable for such ventures. For another matter, manpower to power these machines, or at least "pilot" them, was also available. Barnstorming pilots would become all the rage in the 1920's, but regulations on aircraft and flying meant there was more order to the skies.
This book explores that early history.
About the Author
John L. Hoh, Jr., grew up an avid watcher of the planes flying in and out of Appleton's Outagamie Airport. John is also a student of history and this book combines these two loves. John is married with one son and lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.< Less
Poems and short stories centered on the baby in Bethlehem's stable manger. The stories look at the angelic choir, the first Christmas tree put up by Martin Luther, and a diary by a member of the Magi... More > contingent.
"The true meaning of Christmas ... is the focal point and ... presented in a very pleasant atmosphere." -- bookideas.com review< Less