God's Umbrella

Southwest New Mexico World War II Survivors
By Mary Alice Murphy

God's Umbrella: Southwest New Mexico World War II Survivors by Mary Alice Murphy is one of the best books I have read with WWII themes. The author has painstakingly interviewed 81 WWII survivors and veterans and has translated their experience in these pages in a...

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Beyond the Holocaust

An Immigrant's Search for Identity
By Sylvie Heyman

Sylvie Heyman’s remarkable memoir, Beyond the Holocaust: An Immigrant's Search for Identity, details her family’s journey of leaving Belgium with the hope of living in the US during the Second World War. Born in 1938, Heyman was only a toddler when her immediate and extended...

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Jacob's Favourite Son

By Nial Speart

Many of us use passages in the Bible as a means of spiritual and moral guidance but how accurate are the events in the New Testament? Have the details and timelines of pivotal situations and stories been sabotaged or manipulated by the Roman Empire to...

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The Bonnet Book

Diary of an Orphan Train Hatmaker
By Nancy Menees Hardesty

The Bonnet Book: Diary of an Orphan Train Hatmaker is a work of fiction in the coming of age and historical sub-genres, and was penned by author Nancy Menees Hardesty. In a story written for young adult audiences, we are introduced to protagonist Blanche Spencer...

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Choosing Life

My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima
By Leslie A. Sussan

Choosing Life: My Father’s Journey in Film from Hollywood to Hiroshima by Leslie A. Sussan is a memoir and biography about the author's father, Herbert Sussan, who was tasked in 1946 by the US military to film the horrible after-effects of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki...

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1946

A True Story of Wealth, Extraordinary Success and Great Tragedy
By Diana Gillmor

In 1946: A True Story of Wealth, Extraordinary Success and Great Tragedy, Diana Gillmor documents the fruits of long research into the lives of her grandparents, a story with surprising discoveries, both for the reader and the author. This is a biography that explores the...

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Color-Field Paintings

By Fiore Ai

Color-Field painting first rose to prominence in the 1950s following on from the 1940s Action Painters such as Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. It is the more subtle member of the Abstract Expressionism artistic family but unlike Action Painting, Color-Field gives you an insight...

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The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain

The Batizy Story
By Levente Batizy

The Biggest Hole in the Iron Curtain: The Batizy Story by Levente Batizy is the story of the Batizy family as they traveled from Hungary to America, chasing the American Dream. Once part of European nobility, the Batizy family lost it all when communism took...

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Brothers in Arms

Memoirs of Veterans, Victims, Heroes and Survivors of WWII, Korea and Vietnam
By James Downey

Brothers In Arms: Memoirs of Veterans, Victims, Heroes and Survivors of World War II, Korea & The Vietnam War is a work of non-fiction in the historical and memoir sub-genres, and was penned by author James Downey. Written for adult readers, the work does contain...

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Hilltop Doc

A Marine Corpsman Fighting Through the Mud and Blood of the Korean War
By Leonard Adreon

“We owned the hill. We paid too much.” With starkly compelling photographs to emphasize his equally starkly compelling words, Leonard Adreon tells a story about his wartime service in Korea as a Hilltop Doc. Corpsman. This was not a job with which he was initially...

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