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In Harm’s Way

In Harm’s Way

by Doug Stanton
368 Pages · 2003 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Killers of the Flower Moon
by David Grann
352 Pages · 2017 · 4.34 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
“Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” is one of the most heartbreaking and terrifying books ever written on crimes. David Grann is the author of this book.  David is an award-winning staff writer at The New Yorker magazine. After graduating from Connecticut College in 1989, he received a Thomas Watson Fellowship and did research in Mexico, where he began his career in journalism. In this book, he describes one of the most sinister crimes and racial injustices in American history. This book is a masterpiece of narrative nonfiction, as each step in the investigation reveals a series of sinister secrets and reversals. It starts with the telling of how the Native Americans (NA) came to live in such arid land and how they prospered when oil was discovered. But then the evil men arrived and dozens of people were murdered in cold blood. It is utterly compelling, but also emotionally devastating. It covers the story of Osage Indian in a very painful way and tells how they were treated. Overall, it is a great book that describes one of the most sinister crimes and racial injustices in American history. You can also Download A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James PDF Free.
America Before
by Graham Hancock
608 Pages · 2019 · 13 .4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
America Before is the ancient, American religion and history book that tells the history of humans and the history of America. Graham Hancock is the author of this superb book. The life on the earth is billions of years old and there are different theories that how it begins. A large amount of people thinks that our world came into being after big-bang. Before the big-bang there are clouds and then the universe came to existence. Our universe is still a mystery and it is still expanding from its boundaries. There is no proper calculations about our universe and humans are not so skilled enough to take the measurements. Regarding the creation of humans, there is a number of theories and they expand on the different parts of the earth with the passage of time. The scientists think that there are creatures like us on the other planet where we cannot go.
The Guns at Last Light
by Rick Atkinson
928 Pages · 2014 · 7 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Guns at Last Light is the WWII, military and history novel which describe the history of the European revolution. Rick Atkinson is the author of this exciting new book. Hitler saw the dream of ruling all over the world and he thinks German is the superior nation among all. He begins from his own country and starts killing the Jewish community. The Nazis forces are destructing every town and city who open their fires on them. Europe knows the power of Nazis forces and they are ready to face Nazis on the open ground. One of the biggest tank war happened on the borders of France and they somehow manage to protect themselves from Nazis. Just in the time duration of one week, the Nazis tanks defeat their enemies and now they are ready to take on the whole of Europe. America is also their enemy and American knows after Europe they will be on the target. The think tank of America has decided to assist Europe in the war so they can beat the Nazis. A horrific battle happened in the market garden which is known as the Battle of the Bulge. The author describes each and everything in details which is amazing to read.
The Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States
by Floyd G. Cullop
208 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States (Signet Classics)” is an easy-to-carry guide to the two most powerful documents in the history of America. Floyd G. Cullop is the author of this book. This is a wonderful source of info about our government. It includes not only the copy of the Constitution but also includes all amendments. Almost all Americans are unaware of the content of this document and that accounts for the arrogant and ignorant nonsense that goes out on the airwaves in late night, is found in the mainstream media and on the Internet. This is the very best written document of all time. It is self-evident that the writers and signers poured their hearts and souls into this for the benefit of all those who follow them. After reading this, one could absolutely understand the blood, sweat and devotion so many Americans have sacrificed and shown to uphold this writing and all that it stands for in the name of Freedom and Liberty. This particular reproduction is faithful to the original in content.
The Forgotten 500
by Gregory A. Freeman
336 Pages · 2008 · 1 MB · 3 Downloads · New!
The Forgotten 500 is the WWII, history, military and memoir book which describe the struggles of a group of people who sacrifice their lives to free their state. Gregory A. Freeman is the author of this fantastic book. During World War II, the Nazis are occupied in the oil refinery which is located in the state Yugoslavia. The main sources of fuel at that time was oil and this the paradise for the German forces. Their aircraft are ready all the time and invade the enemies anytime. There are two different communities who are living in Yugoslavia. They both hate and in rivalry before the invasion of Hitler. Now, they have a common enemy to deal with. The Americans and other countries are trying their best to destroy these oil fields but Nazi’s are so professional. They kill everyone who tries to destruct their oil reserves. The people of Yugoslavia are Americans and they can’t sit peacefully in the presence of Germans. Armed forces have not to skill any of the civilian but they have a proper check. If they found any suspicious activity then they will be killed. There is a big challenge for the people of Yugoslavia, they have to make a runway for the C-47 cargo planes. They don’t have tools and everything will be performed silently. A remarkable story of the brave people who are ready to sacrifice everything.
The German Midwife
by Mandy Robotham
352 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The German Midwife is the suspense, paranormal, literary fiction and history novel which describe the story of a young midwife. Mandy Robotham is the author of this fantastic novel. 1944, in Germany, World War II is on its peak and Hitler is killing the innocent people inside and outside of his land. The Jewish people are especially on his target and he has no mercy for this community. Thousands of Jewish migrated to other places and thousands of them are killed. There are only a few people left in the country who is kept as a prisoner. Anke Hoff is also the prisoner in war with other women. She has the experience of working as a midwife and now she is doing her job successfully in the camps. Anke is helping the pregnant women to survive so these women will able to give birth to a healthy child. She is a talented midwife and none of the kid died so far. The authorities notice the performance of Anke and she is working voluntarily. They have chosen her to become the midwife of Eva Braun. This is the toughest decision to make and she is been told that Eva is pregnant by mating Hitler. She is going to be the midwife of the Hitler family and she doesn’t have any other choice. Anke is confused about what to do, either kill the boy so it may help the world to become better but the baby is innocent.