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By Frederick L. Ridgway

In the scope of human history nothing stands out like warfare. One nation trying to impose it’s ideology, political system, or religious beliefs on another. General George Patton said, “next to war, all other forms of human endeavor pale in insignificance.” For those who have experienced war and survived it, the experience seems to overshadow the other normal highlights of a well lived life. I have found this true in the life of my father and the many veterans I interviewed as I researched this book. A farm boy, a painter, a gas station attendant, ordinary men transported to another continent and thrust into a life and death struggle for the cause of freedom.



In war the best and worst of man’s nature are exhibited. This is a story of the birth of faith and God’s protection set against the backdrop of World War II. You will follow one soldier’s odyssey from home in the Midwest to the end of the war on the Elbe River in Germany. You will experience war from a Sherman tanker’s perspective facing the seasoned Panzer division of Hitler’s armies. These are real combat stories with fictional elements added to fill in the details. This is my father’s story.


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By Peter Warrington
This is a much-needed work which fills a gap in the reference library pertaining to World War One. Never before has such detail been collected in one place. It includes number, rank, name, unit, sub-unit and date of death where applicable. Most other gallantry awards have been dealt with, but never the Military Medal, until now.
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By Misha Trent
The Internet Girls Anna a pretty young Russian woman meets a man on the internet and they become friendly. She agrees to meet him for dinner at a well known restaurant near where she lives. But he drugs and abducts her. Unknown to her he is part of a Romainian gang who kidnap young girls and sell them into the Sex Slave Business and Anna is his latest conquest. Anna's father is told his daughter has been kidnapped and he asks his friends, who are ex Russian Special Forces to help. They immediately set off to try and catch the kidnapper. But the Russians are too late, Anna has been sold to a gangster who works out of London. They decide to go to the UK and get some help to track down the missing girl. But the resulting search turns out to be violent and brutal with lots of dead criminals, and Anna is not easy to find. Because of the large number of dead bodies the Police find themselves investigating, a senior detective becomes very interested in what's going on, with surprising results.
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By Misha Trent
The Internet Girls Anna a pretty young Russian woman meets a man on the internet and they become friendly. She agrees to meet him for dinner at a well known restaurant near where she lives. But he drugs and abducts her. Unknown to her he is part of a Romainian gang who kidnap young girls and sell them into the Sex Slave Business and Anna is his latest conquest. Anna's father is told his daughter has been kidnapped and he asks his friends, who are ex Russian Special Forces to help. They immediately set off to try and catch the kidnapper. But the Russians are too late, Anna has been sold to a gangster who works out of London. They decide to go to the UK and get some help to track down the missing girl. But the resulting search turns out to be violent and brutal with lots of dead criminals, and Anna is not easy to find. Because of the large number of dead bodies the Police find themselves investigating, a senior detective becomes very interested in what's going on, with surprising results.
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By Raymond G. Wilson

Nuclear War: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and A Workable Moral Strategy 
for Achieving and Preserving World Peace 
Raymond G. Wilson 

"The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the large centers has owned the government of the United States since the days of Andrew Jackson.” 
Franklin D. Roosevelt 

There is considerable reason to believe President Roosevelt’s statement is quite true, thus the “financial element in the large centers” shares responsibility and blame for the tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of war deaths in the last two decades. The people of the world need protection from those responsible for provoking nations to war. In the United States this responsibility lies with all elements in the highest levels of government, the decision makers. It lies with those who tinker with political and economic machinations, most likely for the advantage of “a financial element in the large centers.” These are probably people young enough and sufficiently uninformed to have no conception of the atrocity of the nuclear confrontations and conflagrations to which they are quite possibly leading the world. This group of people may include most people serving in the U.S. Congress and from personal experience many in the U.S. Military. I have my doubts whether Presidents have seen all of the results of the world’s first nuclear war; they are probably shielded from this. Photographs of the victims were confiscated and held confidential for more than 22 years after 1945. There were well more than 210,000 victims; not many photographs were made and survived. You can learn from this book a tiny fraction of the truth about what happens to people caught in nuclear war. (Although the truth from more than 210,000 will never be heard.) In a future war there would be hundreds of thousands, more likely hundreds of millions, of victims. The United States government has not revealed this kind of truth about its first nuclear war. As of early 2014 no sitting president has ever visited Hiroshima or Nagasaki. In Chapter 5 a solution is suggested to save us all from our “nuclear madness”. 

“I hate war as only a soldier who has lived it can, only as one who has seen its brutality, its futility, its stupidity.” —Dwight D. Eisenhower, 

"...we also possess the seeds of goodness and justice that humankind was given by nature and has fostered over the ages. We have the ability to cultivate self-control and consideration for others and to strive to live together in a humane and harmonious manner with others. The revival of such true humanity—not only between individuals, but also between nations—is an absolute necessity today, for the age has come when one nation's self-centered behavior could lead all humanity to annihilation." —Naomi Shohno, 1986 

"America can do whatever we set our mind to." ―Barack Obama


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By Raymond G. Wilson

Nuclear War: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and A Workable Moral Strategy 
for Achieving and Preserving World Peace 
Raymond G. Wilson 

"The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the large centers has owned the government of the United States since the days of Andrew Jackson.” 
Franklin D. Roosevelt 

There is considerable reason to believe President Roosevelt’s statement is quite true, thus the “financial element in the large centers” shares responsibility and blame for the tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of war deaths in the last two decades. The people of the world need protection from those responsible for provoking nations to war. In the United States this responsibility lies with all elements in the highest levels of government, the decision makers. It lies with those who tinker with political and economic machinations, most likely for the advantage of “a financial element in the large centers.” These are probably people young enough and sufficiently uninformed to have no conception of the atrocity of the nuclear confrontations and conflagrations to which they are quite possibly leading the world. This group of people may include most people serving in the U.S. Congress and from personal experience many in the U.S. Military. I have my doubts whether Presidents have seen all of the results of the world’s first nuclear war; they are probably shielded from this. Photographs of the victims were confiscated and held confidential for more than 22 years after 1945. There were well more than 210,000 victims; not many photographs were made and survived. You can learn from this book a tiny fraction of the truth about what happens to people caught in nuclear war. (Although the truth from more than 210,000 will never be heard.) In a future war there would be hundreds of thousands, more likely hundreds of millions, of victims. The United States government has not revealed this kind of truth about its first nuclear war. As of early 2014 no sitting president has ever visited Hiroshima or Nagasaki. In Chapter 5 a solution is suggested to save us all from our “nuclear madness”. 

“I hate war as only a soldier who has lived it can, only as one who has seen its brutality, its futility, its stupidity.” —Dwight D. Eisenhower, 

"...we also possess the seeds of goodness and justice that humankind was given by nature and has fostered over the ages. We have the ability to cultivate self-control and consideration for others and to strive to live together in a humane and harmonious manner with others. The revival of such true humanity—not only between individuals, but also between nations—is an absolute necessity today, for the age has come when one nation's self-centered behavior could lead all humanity to annihilation." —Naomi Shohno, 1986 

"America can do whatever we set our mind to." ―Barack Obama


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By House of Harkness V

A deeply personal and revealing eyewitness narrative of one airman’s life as a bomber pilot in England ’s RNAS (Royal Naval Air Service) in WWI. It is a true story, an adventure, and a war memoir carefully constructed from Captain Donald E. Harkness’s unpublished diaries, letters, sketches and photographs – only recently uncovered nearly a century later – that documented his remarkable experiences and military adventures over England, France and Belgium. The first book written by a highly decorated WWI flyer from New Zealand that captures the “behind the scenes” life of RNAS pilots, as well as the surprises, terrors, traumas, humor, and sheer excitement of an aerial form of combat never before experienced by anyone, anywhere – and only eleven short years after the Wright Brothers historic flight at Kitty Hawk. With a talent for writing, Don begins an epic journey at a major turning point in history when the world is poised at the dawn of flight, and bracing itself for unknown dangers of unprecedented sophistication and savagery. Don’s journal reveals unique insights and vivid imagery of another time and experience, to wit: - the terror and devastation of a Zeppelin bombing raid in London - the training regimen of early flying schools, and their serious & comic episodes - the wonder, awe, and poetry of flying aloft in the majestic heavens - vivid bombing raids, plus the raid that earned him the DSC - his crash-landing and capture - working with the underground to help downed pilots evade capture - London’s unrestrained exuberance on Armistice Day; . . . and much, much more.


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By Claudine Burnett
The war in Europe had resounding effects worldwide, but the clouds darkened over Long Beach much earlier than the war clouds appeared over Europe. In the days of Prohibition Long Beach waged battles against illegal bootlegging, gambling and political corruption. When Prohibition ended in 1933 it was hoped that the city could return to what it once was---a decent, law abiding, town. But that was not to be, too many new people had moved into the area brought there by the growth of the harbor and the discovery of oil. It was hard to tell who was a good cop and who was bad, and it was also difficult to tell which of the politicos running the city had hands that were dirty. As the federal government looked at America’s west coast they saw an intense need for a stronger military presence if the U.S. ever had to protect its Pacific shores. For Long Beach this was good news. The city had its harbor and airport, both already in use by the military, with plenty of available land for expansion. Long Beach was about to enter its greatest period of growth and development since oil was discovered in 1921. It didn’t take a visionary to see that Long Beach would be a prime target for an enemy attack. The eastern portion of the city housed numerous shipyards and a Navy base; to the north there was Douglas Aircraft Company, and the Army air base at the Municipal Airport; to the east was the Los Alamitos Naval Air Station and the Seal Beach Naval Weapon’s Depot. In the middle of Long Beach were countless oil wells, fueling the ships, planes and other equipment needed to fight a war. During the 1940s hordes of people escaping the effects of the Great Depression flooded into Long Beach looking for jobs in the shipyards, oil industry, and aircraft factories, which had sprung up as the war in Europe intensified. The newcomers did not seriously consider the fact that Long Beach would be a prime target if America entered the war. What they needed was a job, and Long Beach was where to find one. After Pearl Harbor the fear set in. Long Beach would be a prime target for a Japanese attack. There was also a second fear---that gambling interests and political corruption would take over the city.
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By Claudine Burnett
The war in Europe had resounding effects worldwide, but the clouds darkened over Long Beach much earlier than the war clouds appeared over Europe. In the days of Prohibition Long Beach waged battles against illegal bootlegging, gambling and political corruption. When Prohibition ended in 1933 it was hoped that the city could return to what it once was---a decent, law abiding, town. But that was not to be, too many new people had moved into the area brought there by the growth of the harbor and the discovery of oil. It was hard to tell who was a good cop and who was bad, and it was also difficult to tell which of the politicos running the city had hands that were dirty. As the federal government looked at America’s west coast they saw an intense need for a stronger military presence if the U.S. ever had to protect its Pacific shores. For Long Beach this was good news. The city had its harbor and airport, both already in use by the military, with plenty of available land for expansion. Long Beach was about to enter its greatest period of growth and development since oil was discovered in 1921. It didn’t take a visionary to see that Long Beach would be a prime target for an enemy attack. The eastern portion of the city housed numerous shipyards and a Navy base; to the north there was Douglas Aircraft Company, and the Army air base at the Municipal Airport; to the east was the Los Alamitos Naval Air Station and the Seal Beach Naval Weapon’s Depot. In the middle of Long Beach were countless oil wells, fueling the ships, planes and other equipment needed to fight a war. During the 1940s hordes of people escaping the effects of the Great Depression flooded into Long Beach looking for jobs in the shipyards, oil industry, and aircraft factories, which had sprung up as the war in Europe intensified. The newcomers did not seriously consider the fact that Long Beach would be a prime target if America entered the war. What they needed was a job, and Long Beach was where to find one. After Pearl Harbor the fear set in. Long Beach would be a prime target for a Japanese attack. There was also a second fear---that gambling interests and political corruption would take over the city.
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By House of Harkness V

A deeply personal and revealing eyewitness narrative of one airman’s life as a bomber pilot in England ’s RNAS (Royal Naval Air Service) in WWI. It is a true story, an adventure, and a war memoir carefully constructed from Captain Donald E. Harkness’s unpublished diaries, letters, sketches and photographs – only recently uncovered nearly a century later – that documented his remarkable experiences and military adventures over England, France and Belgium. The first book written by a highly decorated WWI flyer from New Zealand that captures the “behind the scenes” life of RNAS pilots, as well as the surprises, terrors, traumas, humor, and sheer excitement of an aerial form of combat never before experienced by anyone, anywhere – and only eleven short years after the Wright Brothers historic flight at Kitty Hawk. With a talent for writing, Don begins an epic journey at a major turning point in history when the world is poised at the dawn of flight, and bracing itself for unknown dangers of unprecedented sophistication and savagery. Don’s journal reveals unique insights and vivid imagery of another time and experience, to wit: - the terror and devastation of a Zeppelin bombing raid in London - the training regimen of early flying schools, and their serious & comic episodes - the wonder, awe, and poetry of flying aloft in the majestic heavens - vivid bombing raids, plus the raid that earned him the DSC - his crash-landing and capture - working with the underground to help downed pilots evade capture - London’s unrestrained exuberance on Armistice Day; . . . and much, much more.


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By House of Harkness V

A deeply personal and revealing eyewitness narrative of one airman’s life as a bomber pilot in England ’s RNAS (Royal Naval Air Service) in WWI. It is a true story, an adventure, and a war memoir carefully constructed from Captain Donald E. Harkness’s unpublished diaries, letters, sketches and photographs – only recently uncovered nearly a century later – that documented his remarkable experiences and military adventures over England, France and Belgium. The first book written by a highly decorated WWI flyer from New Zealand that captures the “behind the scenes” life of RNAS pilots, as well as the surprises, terrors, traumas, humor, and sheer excitement of an aerial form of combat never before experienced by anyone, anywhere – and only eleven short years after the Wright Brothers historic flight at Kitty Hawk. With a talent for writing, Don begins an epic journey at a major turning point in history when the world is poised at the dawn of flight, and bracing itself for unknown dangers of unprecedented sophistication and savagery. Don’s journal reveals unique insights and vivid imagery of another time and experience, to wit: - the terror and devastation of a Zeppelin bombing raid in London - the training regimen of early flying schools, and their serious & comic episodes - the wonder, awe, and poetry of flying aloft in the majestic heavens - vivid bombing raids, plus the raid that earned him the DSC - his crash-landing and capture - working with the underground to help downed pilots evade capture - London’s unrestrained exuberance on Armistice Day; . . . and much, much more.


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By Armand du Plessis
Are you a member of the ex-ruling race of the world - the race that brought justice and order to barbaric countries? We ruled the world with exception of inner Asia. Since World War I we handed over one country after another to savage tribes resulting in many of us being pariahs in the countries we and generations of our ancestors built up. Did we do it or is a mysterious force at work? The following apt article appeared in a German newspaper in 1960. Translated: “It is one of the riddles of our time, why the White man, lord of the earth from pole to pole, should in the short space of a single human generation, renounce his rule, draw back wearily from a worldwide power, so that today he is in panic-stricken flight, where yesterday he still governed inviolable.” Can we reverse this awful situation? Alexander the Great, leader of a small oppressed country, overran most of the civilized world. In this story August started the process in his insignificant country. It set the whole world on fire.
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By Bruce R. Kindig
This is a regimental history of a Confederate Battery in the American Civil War. Originally recruited by Smith P. Bankhead in Memphis in 1861 the book gives a breakdown of all of the members of the unit. This case study examines the reasons the men were joined the unit and their background. Although slavery is often a reason for the war, most of the men fought for other reasons as few of them owned any slaves. The book touches on the trials of training and the difficulties of army life. Why men deserted while others fought to the very end is discussed. After the battle of Shiloh, Bankhead was promoted and William L. Scott assumed command. The history of the battery explains the part the men played in the battles and campaigns in the Western theater. When the battery was overrun at Missionary Ridge many of the men continued to fight in other units while others went home. Every man that served in Bankhead/Scott's Battery is described with information about recruitment, occupation, wounded or killed in battle or died of illness or deserted. Four men were still serving when the Army of Tennessee of Tennessee surrendered in April 1865.
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By Bruce R. Kindig
This is a regimental history of a Confederate Battery in the American Civil War. Originally recruited by Smith P. Bankhead in Memphis in 1861 the book gives a breakdown of all of the members of the unit. This case study examines the reasons the men were joined the unit and their background. Although slavery is often a reason for the war, most of the men fought for other reasons as few of them owned any slaves. The book touches on the trials of training and the difficulties of army life. Why men deserted while others fought to the very end is discussed. After the battle of Shiloh, Bankhead was promoted and William L. Scott assumed command. The history of the battery explains the part the men played in the battles and campaigns in the Western theater. When the battery was overrun at Missionary Ridge many of the men continued to fight in other units while others went home. Every man that served in Bankhead/Scott's Battery is described with information about recruitment, occupation, wounded or killed in battle or died of illness or deserted. Four men were still serving when the Army of Tennessee of Tennessee surrendered in April 1865.
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By Bruce R. Kindig
This is a regimental history of a Confederate Battery in the American Civil War. Originally recruited by Smith P. Bankhead in Memphis in 1861 the book gives a breakdown of all of the members of the unit. This case study examines the reasons the men were joined the unit and their background. Although slavery is often a reason for the war, most of the men fought for other reasons as few of them owned any slaves. The book touches on the trials of training and the difficulties of army life. Why men deserted while others fought to the very end is discussed. After the battle of Shiloh, Bankhead was promoted and William L. Scott assumed command. The history of the battery explains the part the men played in the battles and campaigns in the Western theater. When the battery was overrun at Missionary Ridge many of the men continued to fight in other units while others went home. Every man that served in Bankhead/Scott's Battery is described with information about recruitment, occupation, wounded or killed in battle or died of illness or deserted. Four men were still serving when the Army of Tennessee of Tennessee surrendered in April 1865.
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