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How a Courageous 6-year old girl survived the Atrocity of War
How a Courageous 6-year old girl survived the Atrocity of War
6/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
World War II interrupted Anneros Valensi’s childhood. She was just six years old when the war broke out. In this book, she shares how she and her family survived the ordeal of World War II.
Book Takes a Look at Issues That Beset America since the Last Decade
Book Takes a Look at Issues That Beset America since the Last Decade
6/21/2017 8:00:00 AM
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” People will always keep this axiom of the philosopher George Santayana in mind whenever they revisit the most important issues of the last decade.
IAMTN Endorses the International Day of Family Remittances
IAMTN Endorses the International Day of Family Remittances
6/14/2017 9:35:44 AM
Remittances complement banking institutions by providing financial services to communities in developed and developing countries. Remittances sent home annually by migrants workers dwarfs international aids and, in some instances, foreign direct investment too.
Man’s Story of Resilient amidst War and Self Conflicts
Man’s Story of Resilient amidst War and Self Conflicts
6/8/2017 8:00:00 AM
History, romance, action, and comedy, what more can we ask for in Kwen D. Griffeth’s western style masterpiece “The Law of Moses” (Sam and Laura’s Story Book One)? It tells the story of Samuel Moses Cardiff, a quiet man fresh out of Teacher’s College returning to Elmira to start his new life.
Author Simona Pipko Shares Alarming Messages about the Most Dangerous Threats to Global Peace: Russia
Author Simona Pipko Shares Alarming Messages about the Most Dangerous Threats to Global Peace: Russia
6/8/2017 8:00:00 AM
Russia is a major topic for the world affairs in 2017. This book will enhance your arsenal of information about Big Brother and Russia’s policy toward America and the world from both first-hand experiences of a Soviet attorney and factual data.   This non-fiction work explores the silent, but deadly war on multiple fronts that has been going on for several decades.
When Nations Collide
When Nations Collide
6/8/2017 8:00:00 AM
During the last half of the twentieth century, both Russia and the United States, the two most influential nations, are involved in what was classified as the Cold War.
For French Writer, It Takes Decades to Write About His Experience in WWII
For French Writer, It Takes Decades to Write About His Experience in WWII
6/8/2017 8:00:00 AM
Prolific French author Jean Eugene Havel was one of the many unfortunate French people who lived under Nazi occupation. His idyllic life as a young Norman came to a sudden halt when the Germans occupied northern France and turned his hometown, Le Havre, into a fortress.
Woman Pens Heartbreaking Memoir of Life in Hitler’s Germany
Woman Pens Heartbreaking Memoir of Life in Hitler’s Germany
6/8/2017 8:00:00 AM
Though a German herself, Anita Plutte was not blind to the atrocities committed by Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich against the Jews and took no pride in her country’s domination of its neighboring countries.
Success, Service, and Loyalty: The Life of a Migrant Turned US Army Veteran and a Federal Agent
Success, Service, and Loyalty: The Life of a Migrant Turned US Army Veteran and a Federal Agent
6/7/2017 6:22:45 PM
At age seven, Sergio Tinoco was already picking crops for a living in Southern Texas. Now, more than two decades later, he is already a federal agent of the Department of Homeland Security and a military veteran.
Book Reveals Shocking Truth of Life under Socialism
Book Reveals Shocking Truth of Life under Socialism
5/31/2017 5:55:28 PM
“My poor Soviet women,” begins a paragraph in chapter four of Simona Pipko’s book “Baltic Winds: Testimony of a Soviet Attorney.”  “Not only deprived of decent clothing but treated as second-class citizens.

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