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By HMS Dido Association
The complete and concise history of a ship that served through World War II and became known as the Luckiest Ship in the Fleet as she was damaged only once by enemy action. The people of Bolton, a town in the north of England, collected £1.2m in one week of 1937, known as Warship Week. This was donated for the completion of HMS Dido. During her service, she gained battle honours at Crete, Sirte, Anzio, Salerno, South of France, Sicily and the Malta convoys. At the end of the war, not only did she fire the last shot of the war, but was also instrumental in accepting the surrender of the German Navy at Copenhagen in 1945. She carried the late queen mother to the Isle of Man, represented the Royal Navy at the funeral of King Christian of Denmark. Finally, she was the flagship of the reserve fleet at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation revue of 1953.
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By HMS Dido Association
The complete and concise history of a ship that served through World War II and became known as the Luckiest Ship in the Fleet as she was damaged only once by enemy action. The people of Bolton, a town in the north of England, collected £1.2m in one week of 1937, known as Warship Week. This was donated for the completion of HMS Dido. During her service, she gained battle honours at Crete, Sirte, Anzio, Salerno, South of France, Sicily and the Malta convoys. At the end of the war, not only did she fire the last shot of the war, but was also instrumental in accepting the surrender of the German Navy at Copenhagen in 1945. She carried the late queen mother to the Isle of Man, represented the Royal Navy at the funeral of King Christian of Denmark. Finally, she was the flagship of the reserve fleet at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation revue of 1953.
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By HMS Dido Association
The complete and concise history of a ship that served through World War II and became known as the Luckiest Ship in the Fleet as she was damaged only once by enemy action. The people of Bolton, a town in the north of England, collected £1.2m in one week of 1937, known as Warship Week. This was donated for the completion of HMS Dido. During her service, she gained battle honours at Crete, Sirte, Anzio, Salerno, South of France, Sicily and the Malta convoys. At the end of the war, not only did she fire the last shot of the war, but was also instrumental in accepting the surrender of the German Navy at Copenhagen in 1945. She carried the late queen mother to the Isle of Man, represented the Royal Navy at the funeral of King Christian of Denmark. Finally, she was the flagship of the reserve fleet at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation revue of 1953.
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By John Haughton
Beslan-Not Forgotten is an extended poem chronicling and analysing the sad story of the sacrificing of hundreds of children in a junior school in Beslan, Northern Ossetia for a cause identified in the course of the poem. It includes historical analysis. Commemorates the brave citizens of Beslan and lends its support to their suffering. The title includes the words ‘not forgotten’ as there is a danger that these kind of atrocities can be so easily airbrushed out of history.
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By L. Norman Shurtliff

The City of Kings is the second part of the three-book Eldorado series. In this novel the beautiful Monica has been kidnapped by the Peruvian terrorist group, The Shining Path. Peter Martin, a young American geology student is dedicated to finding his true love and her mother. As the sinister plot of Monica’s evil uncle is uncovered, Peter finds himself immersed in the middle of a battle between good and evil. It is a race against time to find Monica before the Shining Path does. The winner will get the coveted Inca treasure that Pizarro and the conquistadors found in their conquest of Peru. In the process Peter really discovers himself and his true feelings for Monica. The treasure is safely hidden in the ancient tunnels underneath the Incan capital city of Cusco, Peru, but will it stay safe? Peter is frustrated by the red tape and government bureaucracy that he has to wade through to get the help that is required. Time is of the essence and Peter knows that the terrorists will not hesitate to kill Monica if they receive the information they need from the Sacred Quipu to find the treasure cache. The parallel story of the conquest of the Incas is intertwined in the novel because of its historical importance to the location and quantity of the treasure. Francisco Pizarro the governor and conqueror of Peru is murdered in his own presidential palace in Lima. A struggle for control of the empire takes place between the remaining Pizarro brothers and the ‘Men of Chile’. These terrible civil wars between the Spanish conquistadors become not only a fight for power and the right to govern, but also agreed for Inca gold. Peter becomes entangled in a much larger plot that threatens more than just his life. He realizes that the terrorists aren’t really after a rich American kid, but this very special Peruvian beauty. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and it would prove to change the direction of his whole life. This fictional history is about their adventure together and if their love will overcome the differences between their modern day cultures that become entwined with the past and the search for Eldorado and Inca Gold.


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By L. Norman Shurtliff

The City of Kings is the second part of the three-book Eldorado series. In this novel the beautiful Monica has been kidnapped by the Peruvian terrorist group, The Shining Path. Peter Martin, a young American geology student is dedicated to finding his true love and her mother. As the sinister plot of Monica’s evil uncle is uncovered, Peter finds himself immersed in the middle of a battle between good and evil. It is a race against time to find Monica before the Shining Path does. The winner will get the coveted Inca treasure that Pizarro and the conquistadors found in their conquest of Peru. In the process Peter really discovers himself and his true feelings for Monica. The treasure is safely hidden in the ancient tunnels underneath the Incan capital city of Cusco, Peru, but will it stay safe? Peter is frustrated by the red tape and government bureaucracy that he has to wade through to get the help that is required. Time is of the essence and Peter knows that the terrorists will not hesitate to kill Monica if they receive the information they need from the Sacred Quipu to find the treasure cache. The parallel story of the conquest of the Incas is intertwined in the novel because of its historical importance to the location and quantity of the treasure. Francisco Pizarro the governor and conqueror of Peru is murdered in his own presidential palace in Lima. A struggle for control of the empire takes place between the remaining Pizarro brothers and the ‘Men of Chile’. These terrible civil wars between the Spanish conquistadors become not only a fight for power and the right to govern, but also agreed for Inca gold. Peter becomes entangled in a much larger plot that threatens more than just his life. He realizes that the terrorists aren’t really after a rich American kid, but this very special Peruvian beauty. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and it would prove to change the direction of his whole life. This fictional history is about their adventure together and if their love will overcome the differences between their modern day cultures that become entwined with the past and the search for Eldorado and Inca Gold.


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By L. Norman Shurtliff

The City of Kings is the second part of the three-book Eldorado series. In this novel the beautiful Monica has been kidnapped by the Peruvian terrorist group, The Shining Path. Peter Martin, a young American geology student is dedicated to finding his true love and her mother. As the sinister plot of Monica’s evil uncle is uncovered, Peter finds himself immersed in the middle of a battle between good and evil. It is a race against time to find Monica before the Shining Path does. The winner will get the coveted Inca treasure that Pizarro and the conquistadors found in their conquest of Peru. In the process Peter really discovers himself and his true feelings for Monica. The treasure is safely hidden in the ancient tunnels underneath the Incan capital city of Cusco, Peru, but will it stay safe? Peter is frustrated by the red tape and government bureaucracy that he has to wade through to get the help that is required. Time is of the essence and Peter knows that the terrorists will not hesitate to kill Monica if they receive the information they need from the Sacred Quipu to find the treasure cache. The parallel story of the conquest of the Incas is intertwined in the novel because of its historical importance to the location and quantity of the treasure. Francisco Pizarro the governor and conqueror of Peru is murdered in his own presidential palace in Lima. A struggle for control of the empire takes place between the remaining Pizarro brothers and the ‘Men of Chile’. These terrible civil wars between the Spanish conquistadors become not only a fight for power and the right to govern, but also agreed for Inca gold. Peter becomes entangled in a much larger plot that threatens more than just his life. He realizes that the terrorists aren’t really after a rich American kid, but this very special Peruvian beauty. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and it would prove to change the direction of his whole life. This fictional history is about their adventure together and if their love will overcome the differences between their modern day cultures that become entwined with the past and the search for Eldorado and Inca Gold.


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By Christopher Joll

Two main storylines run through Book 4 of The Speedicut Papers: Speedicut’s quest to identify the traitor within the British establishment, who has already occasioned him considerable personal problems, and his involuntary – and often disastrous - involvement in the geo-political affairs of the Emperors of Austria, Mexico and the French and the future Emperor of Germany. Speedicut’s behindthe- scenes revelations in Book 4 shed new light on the fall of the Mexican Empire, the Franco-Prussian War, the Paris Commune and a great deal more besides.


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By Rob Clarke
Michael Denby is a boy forced to watch the war from a distance. He is not old enough to fight but he wants to play a part. He gets his chance when the British Army is evacuated from Dunkirk. He discovers that war can injure people in ways he had never imagined. Edward Mann is a captain in the British Expeditionary Force in France. Some of his fellow officers are as dangerous as the enemy. He has become a complication for an army in retreat but the great military machine has a solution. Mann is given an assignment that will allow him to leave the army honorably—albeit dead.
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By Joshua Ledra
Joshua Ledra, born in Guyana, spent ten years in Iraq where he helped in Iraq’s Reconstruction efforts. His stay in Iraq enabled him to experience at first hand the culture and hospitality of the people. In this book the complexity of the crisis in Iraq is discussed for the first time. Ledra uses his knowledge as an engineer to highlight the role of the United States in the rebuilding efforts in Iraq and he offers his unique vision on the possible solutions to the current crisis. This is a book that all readers will find stimulating and absorbing and is highly recommended to those who are interested in lasting peace in the Middle East.

“Joshua Ledra writes with command on a complex subject. His book on the crisis in Iraq is riveting and offers a new perspective on the instability in the region. This is a book that politicians, policymakers and ordinary readers will treasure in their collection.”
Dr. Dhanpaul Narine,
Department of Education,
City of New York.


“The Truth About the Crisis in Iraq” possesses the stentorian ring of authenticity. Joshua Ledra, with ten years on the ground as a leader in restoring the infrastructure of Iraq, has returned with a great first person story and much more. Nuggets of historical insight on religion, culture and politics transfer directly into the current and future predicaments and directions unfolding in Iraq and surrounding countries. Knowledge is one thing - what Joshua Ledra brings the reader is wisdom. It’s a fascinating read from cover to cover!
Rev. Dr. David H. Benke, Bishop/President
Atlantic District, LC-MS
Pastor, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
Brooklyn, New York
“Engaging the World with the Gospel of Hope”

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By Christopher Joll

Two main storylines run through Book 4 of The Speedicut Papers: Speedicut’s quest to identify the traitor within the British establishment, who has already occasioned him considerable personal problems, and his involuntary – and often disastrous - involvement in the geo-political affairs of the Emperors of Austria, Mexico and the French and the future Emperor of Germany. Speedicut’s behindthe- scenes revelations in Book 4 shed new light on the fall of the Mexican Empire, the Franco-Prussian War, the Paris Commune and a great deal more besides.


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By Christopher Joll

Two main storylines run through Book 4 of The Speedicut Papers: Speedicut’s quest to identify the traitor within the British establishment, who has already occasioned him considerable personal problems, and his involuntary – and often disastrous - involvement in the geo-political affairs of the Emperors of Austria, Mexico and the French and the future Emperor of Germany. Speedicut’s behindthe- scenes revelations in Book 4 shed new light on the fall of the Mexican Empire, the Franco-Prussian War, the Paris Commune and a great deal more besides.


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By Rob Clarke
Michael Denby is a boy forced to watch the war from a distance. He is not old enough to fight but he wants to play a part. He gets his chance when the British Army is evacuated from Dunkirk. He discovers that war can injure people in ways he had never imagined. Edward Mann is a captain in the British Expeditionary Force in France. Some of his fellow officers are as dangerous as the enemy. He has become a complication for an army in retreat but the great military machine has a solution. Mann is given an assignment that will allow him to leave the army honorably—albeit dead.
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By Arthur R. Bauman
This contains the Historical Background which began from the early Bronze Age, Iron Age, mass movements of Tribal Europe, also the origins of the American Indians. Explaining the facts of the foundations of what happened since them. Which led into the life and adventures of Captain John Smith. Smiths Adventures led him from a Freemans lifestyle in England, to become a soldier of Fortune fighting the Ottoman Turks. After being captured and escaping to return back to England to go upon another Adventure to Jamestown in which made him an American Folklore Icon. Eventually became president of Jamestown to more adventures into New England & Whaling.
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By Joshua Ledra
Joshua Ledra, born in Guyana, spent ten years in Iraq where he helped in Iraq’s Reconstruction efforts. His stay in Iraq enabled him to experience at first hand the culture and hospitality of the people. In this book the complexity of the crisis in Iraq is discussed for the first time. Ledra uses his knowledge as an engineer to highlight the role of the United States in the rebuilding efforts in Iraq and he offers his unique vision on the possible solutions to the current crisis. This is a book that all readers will find stimulating and absorbing and is highly recommended to those who are interested in lasting peace in the Middle East.

“Joshua Ledra writes with command on a complex subject. His book on the crisis in Iraq is riveting and offers a new perspective on the instability in the region. This is a book that politicians, policymakers and ordinary readers will treasure in their collection.”
Dr. Dhanpaul Narine,
Department of Education,
City of New York.


“The Truth About the Crisis in Iraq” possesses the stentorian ring of authenticity. Joshua Ledra, with ten years on the ground as a leader in restoring the infrastructure of Iraq, has returned with a great first person story and much more. Nuggets of historical insight on religion, culture and politics transfer directly into the current and future predicaments and directions unfolding in Iraq and surrounding countries. Knowledge is one thing - what Joshua Ledra brings the reader is wisdom. It’s a fascinating read from cover to cover!
Rev. Dr. David H. Benke, Bishop/President
Atlantic District, LC-MS
Pastor, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
Brooklyn, New York
“Engaging the World with the Gospel of Hope”

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