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Cut to the Bone, Part one Craig Bone
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Cut to the Bone is the autobiography of world renowned wildlife artist Craig Bone. Craig Bone was born in 1955 and raised in Salisbury, Rhodesia. He attended St. George’s College and went on to serve in the Rhodesian Light Infantry. He was wounded in combat and subsequently took to painting full time. Following the political turmoil in Zimbabwe, he left for the USA where he now resides. This is his first book.
Etot den my priblizhali Aleksandr Oppenheim
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Forever Faithful: Discovering How to Thrive in Your Marriage While Separated by an Ocean Liz Houser
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Is it possible to grow your marriage while your husband is away from home? In Forever Faithful, Liz takes you through the journey of her husband’s year long deployment while raising their two young boys. Never enjoying the thought of her husband leaving yet again, Liz made the decision to switch her focus from merely surviving, where she knew she would only be left depleted each day, to choosing to THRIVE. In Forever Faithful, you will laugh and cry as Liz shares her stories of this epic year long adventure. You will discover the secrets to THRIVE and GROW in your marriage while your husband is an ocean away, to include… • Creating a “New Normal” when your husband is gone • Support ...
Frederick L Thayer War of the Rebellion Leonard Clapes
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Civil War Diary of Frederick L. Thayer
From Farm to Fort Jamie Blasdell
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Over 225 letters home share the intimate details of Billy Brinker, a fresh-faced Iowa farm boy who enlists in WWII and becomes a waist gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress. From the first time he leaves the farm behind and begins training, through the struggles of bombing missions in Germany, to his wartime sweetheart-you can read each letter to the astounding conclusion! Bill wrote in amazing detail of his daily life. His letters reflect his knowledge of farming, as well as a unique insiders view of training, bombing and gunnery missions in Europe, with many rare photos. And the letters Bill’s girlfriend and others wrote are rich with homefront sentiment. Leaving the farm was a big ste ...
Hill 65 Cynthia Thompson
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ISBN: 9780990889434
James Aaron Thompson A graduate of Kennett High School in Conway, New Hampshire, died March 19th 2014. He is survived by his wife Cynthia (Brothers) Thompson of Petoskey, Michigan, A daughter, Valerie Lynn Thompson of Daytona Beach, Florida and a granddaughter Meagan Janelle Whisker of Daytona Beach Florida. James was born in North Conway, New Hampshire on December 28th 1945, to Rita Sawyer Thompson and George Edward Thompson. James was the youngest of five children. James served in Vietnam in the 503rd Airborne Infantry Unit and the 173rd Airborne Brigade. He was a decorated soldier with a Honorable discharge. He received the Bronze Medal with V for Valor for heroism duri ...
Hovering Hope Loren Isaacson
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Hovering Hope is a look into my life and the many ways people and things interacted to give me hope. This hope then provided me with the motivation to try again and again to reach my goals. It is written with a poetic twist and metaphorical drama. For example, I might use the term ship at sea to indicate my life drifting in the currents of change. The story is meant to encourage, educate and entertain.
I Miss Chamran Habibeh Jafarian
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“I may not be able to eradicate this darkness, but with this feeble light, I will show the difference between darkness and light, truth and falsehood. And the ones who seek the light, no matter how faint the light, it will grow in their heart” Born in a wealthy and modern family, Ghada was a Lebanese pampered girl. An open-minded person who would write anti-war articles and poems. She hated all the warriors; however, she liked Chamran's paintings. His paintings were seemingly against war, too; an invitation to serenity, calm, and peace. Chamran's fame was for something else. Chamran used to be the principal of the school of Shia in the south of Lebanon, which meant the military command ...
I'll Wait Right Here Kate Gernaat
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Lest We Forget William Law
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Born in October of 1917, William Law grew up in Tennessee where he graduated Smith County High School in 1936. Mr. Law went on to attend Peabody Vanderbilt School of Education and later became a teach and principal of various schools. In 1941, Mr. Law began his service in The United States Army. He was honorably discharged in 1945. After his discharge from the Army, he obtained a Master’s in Social Work from Michigan State University. He continued a career in social services, working as a counselor to many children and families with an emphasis in marriage counseling. This book is a specific account of the five (5) years between 1941 and 1945 of Mr. Law’s life. In this book and th ...

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