By Raland J. Patterson
By Stacy L Whisman
Despite having to install double the paintings to accomplish thegoals and luck that she had in her occupation, Lieutenant Kensington James stillfound herself looking after her final army pursuits. She wanted a4187 Reclassification as 11B Infantry an MOS that was once basically to be had to maleSoldier's. After 5 constant years of Lt. James' perseverance and enthusiasmshe was once granted her reclassification and shipped off to OSUT (One Station UnitTraining).
Unlike the other problem or concern that used to be placedbefore James she overcame. She refused to permit an individual to overcome her down andmake her hand over. Being an Infantry Soldier used to be the only factor that James hadwanted from the instant that she signed her enlistment papers. Upon of entirety andgraduation of OSUT with excessive ratings she used to be despatched to her responsibility station at Ft.Steal, Georgia.
Several months after arriving at toes. scouse borrow, Lt. James wascalled as much as set up. The CO of 3/5 Bravo used to be injured they usually have been in want anew workforce chief and he or she was once greater than certified. She might send out in fourdays. To set boots within the sand and lead an all-male wrestle Infantry crew. Itwas time for Lt. Kensington James to strap on her colossal lady pants and get downto Soldiering with the massive boys.
Wait and notice who can meet the challenge.....
By R. W. Powers
McNeil neither complains nor make waves; he is going the place he’s instructed to move and does what he’s instructed to do. while the unforeseen occurs in Korea and the North Koreans go the thirty-eighth parallel, Corporal McNeil unearths himself immersed in war—a struggle that got here so fast after WWII that nobody believed it attainable and not one of the army companies have been prepared.
While McNeil strikes up in army rank he by no means loses sight of his target to earn a level and paintings in Washington, DC. yet first, he needs to live on Korea and go back domestic to the United States.
A army novel, McNeil captures the essence of struggle and the hardships of lifestyles at the battlefield from one younger guy who has different dreams.
By Fritz Wöss
Er schildert in seinem autobiographischen Werk die körperlichen und seelischen Qualen, durch die die rund 90.000 deutschen Überlebenden der Schlacht von Stalingrad gehen mussten und denen der Großteil der Gefangenen erlag.
Ferner rollt der Autor in seinem Buch auch ein dunkles Kapitel in der Geschichte der Antifa, die von den Sowjets installiert wurde, um die Gefangenen mit einem skrupellosen Spitzelsystem zu unterdrücken, auf. Besonders schockierend stellt sich die Tatsache dar, wie gerade jene, die vor der Gefangenschaft die überzeugtesten Anhänger des nationalsozialistischen Wahns und die glühendsten Anhänger Hitlers waren, sich unter den Sowjets nun als besonders „tüchtige“ und ergebene „Antifaschisten“ hervortaten und ihre Schreckenstaten für eine kleine Sonderration Brot nun unter einer anderen Fahne und gegen ihre ehemaligen Kameraden fortführten.
Aber er beschreibt auch Kameradschaft und Güte und zeigt, wie viele der russischen Landser mit den Gefangenen Mitleid zeigten, sie sogar als Brüder sahen und sich selbst nichts mehr wünschten, als dass dieser Krieg endlich vorbei sei.
Und so ist dieser Roman anklagend, aber versöhnlich, warnend, aber zuversichtlich und reicht die Hand um gemeinsam in eine friedliche Zukunft zu schreiten.
By Hughlett L. Morris
Although he rode with the calvary lower than the infamous Nathan Bedford Forrest and the bold John Stanley Morgan of their raids in Tennessee and Kentucky, he used to be by no means an keen shootin’ and fightin’ soldier. He chanced on his position in supporting with the ailing, the wounded, and the lifeless. the truth of the conflict brings him to query its rightful goal and even if he can in stable religion proceed to struggle for the South and all that it stands for.
When his little pink mare was once shot from lower than him, he was once compelled to hitch the military of foot squaddies at the exhausting march to Richmond. He then used to be taken mortally ailing with the fevers, numerous hundred miles from domestic. He made up our minds to surrender the warfare, vowing that “if’n I’m goin’ to die, it’ll be on my means home.”
He keeps his tales approximately his trip domestic to Stewart County in Luther’s Women(Xlibris, Philadelphia).
By M. D. Johnson
British born M. D. Johnson lives together with her husband close to Maryland's Chesapeake Bay. She has written, researched and consulted for neighborhood and nationwide legislations enforcement, NASA, motion, VISTA, Peace Corps, the dept of security in addition to The White condominium. A columnist, characteristic author and reviewer with radio and television appearances to her credits she additionally lectures on ladies in Terrorism. As Director of The Enehey crew, an investigative study consortium she has constantly labored to elevate public wisdom of Human Rights violations opposed to ladies Afghanistan, Pakistan, Algeria and in the course of the center East. Ms. Johnson is at the moment engaged on the fourth ebook within the ISIS undertaking sequence "A September Mourn".
By Henry Green
The textual content of Caught used during this version relies on Green's unique manuscript, which used to be censored by means of the writer on first e-book, yet may be learn now for the 1st time in unexpurgated form.
By Gregory R. Wright
Tears Upon the Rose takes the reader to a land of puzzle, to the traditional isle of the Eireannach, to eire earlier than it was once totally transformed.
By John Cobb Cooper
By Ray Ollis,Robert Brokenmouth