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A Foxhole Closer To Home

Author : Robin Crawford - Robbins
ISBN : 9781452091341
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A Foxhole Closer to Home is a personal, heartfelt and witty account of the months leading up to, during and after the landing of Normandy in WWII. Letters written during basic training, in many a foxhole, during and in the midst of concentration camps, A Foxhole Closer to Home is a poignant account of the emotional trials and tribulations from my father, Robert L. Crawford to his family at home.

An Atheist In The Foxhole

Author : Joe Muto
ISBN : 9781101624203
Genre : Political Science
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“Hilariously details the inner workings of the cable news network.” —The Daily Beast After college, Joe Muto—a self-professed bleeding-heart, godless liberal—took an entry-level position at Fox News. Joe kept quiet about his political views and initially enjoyed the newsroom camaraderie. But after he began working for Bill O’Reilly—Fox’s number one talking head—Joe just couldn’t take it anymore. He went rogue by becoming Gawker’s Fox Mole, and was outed (and fired) in thirty-six hours. Reminiscent of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, An Atheist in the FOXhole is filled with hilarious, untold tales that will appall and delight the millions who love to hate FOX news.

P S Kiss The Duchess For Me

Author : Joe Rossi
ISBN : 9781627872126
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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P.S. Kiss the Duchess for Me, a collection of letters written by Private Joe Moss during World War II, transports us back to the 1940s and allows us to see those turbulent years through the eyes of someone who experienced them firsthand. We are there with Joe as he goes through basic training. We are with him on the trains. We are with him in the French countryside "with the roar of guns as a background." This time capsule of a book honors not only Joe Moss, but also the countless other heroes known only to their families.

Firings From The Fox Hole

Author : Rock DiLisio
ISBN : 9780595832484
Genre : History
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Firings from the Fox Hole, takes you on a written, chronological journey through some of the darkest days of World War II. A young infantryman, Bronze Star Medallist, Angelo A. DiLisio, becomes the war's most prolific letter writer, as he uses the medium to keep in touch with his family back home. Injury and illness, fear and duty, this book will recount a war experience through the eyes of a young, American soldier. His hand wrote well and often, but he could not always describe many of the horrors of war that his eyes beheld. Let us now embark on a written journey, spanning almost a two-year period, encompassing some of the darkest days this world has ever known. As your guide, an eighteen-year old American infantryman far from home.

Death Without Dying

Author : Robin S. Anthony
ISBN : 9781524648930
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Please know that this story is a personal one. The accounts I have written are true, and I have recorded them accurately to the best of my abilities. I only pray that there will be someone or many who read this and know there is hope and help. You are not alone, and you can make it through the storm and manage to find the light of day. Never give up trying! Always love and forgive yourself! You are lovable and capable and worthy of being happy and loved. Life is a highway. Ride the road and enjoy the journey.

A Physiological Handbook For Teachers Of Yogasana

Author : Mel Robin
ISBN : 9781587360336
Genre : Health & Fitness
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This illustrated handbook attempts to reconcile the quantitative, objective observations of Western Medicine with the qualitative, subjective observations of Eastern Yoga.

World War Two Hometown And Home Front Heroes

Author : Margaret G. Bigger
ISBN : 1893597067
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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History from life experience. 77 people who left the Carolinas' Piedmont to join the military, trained in the Piedmont or remained to do something significant for the war effort tell their stories of courage, fear, sacrifice and humor during World War II.

How To Find A Fox

Author : Nilah Magruder
ISBN : 9781250141330
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Equipped with a camera and determination, a little girl sets out to track down an elusive red fox. But foxes are sneaky, and it proves more difficult than she thought. Nilah Magruder's debut picture book charmingly tells the story of what it means to not give up and how sometimes what you're looking for is closer than you think.

The Last Lieutenant

Author : John C. Shively
ISBN : 0253000637
Genre : History
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"Shively has documented in a very readable fashion the transformation of a young Hoosier into a disciplined member of the United States Marine Corps. His book is a detailed and touching tale of one man's experience of the battle of Iwo Jima, and the many excellent photographs and maps enhance the story." -- Major General Fred Haynes, USMC (Ret.) The 36-day assault on the small volcanic island known as Iwo Jima resulted in more than 26,000 American casualties, including 6,800 dead. Of the 20,000 Japanese defenders, only 1,083 survived. The Marines' efforts secured what would become a vital emergency landing strip for crippled B-29s returning from bombing runs. Twenty-seven Medals of Honor were awarded to Marines and sailors, many posthumously, more than were awarded for any other single operation during the war. Jim Craig was a platoon commander with the Marines on Iwo Jima. This book presents his story, as told to his nephew, John C. Shively. A particularly vivid and exciting account of some of the most intense fighting of the Pacific War, the immediacy of the story is heightened by the detail that Shively's research has added to Craig's recollections. The result is one of the most realistic depictions of combat ever written.

The Silent Generation

Author : Bob Henger; Jan Henger
ISBN : 9781477204726
Genre : History
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Bob Henger a retired hospital administrator lives with his wife in Birmingham, Alabama. Th ey are the parents of two adult married children and blessed with four grandchildren, all living in Birmingham. He attended undergraduate school at Indiana University in Pennsylvania and completed graduate degrees at Indiana and the University of Pittsburgh. His background also includes education and teaching in the public schools in New York and Penna. He has also worked as a counselor and clinical psychologist. His fi rst and last book is primarily written for his children, grandchildren and family members.

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