Free history Kindle books for 04 Dec 16

Irma Grese: A True Account of the Holocaust’s Deadliest Woman (World War 2 Short Read)

by Stephanie T. McRae

World War 2, in particular the Holocaust, was responsible for bringing to light some of the most horrifying and unbelievable individuals, none more so than Irma Grese, a female S.S guard. Irma was initially stationed at Auschwitz and became one of the most ferocious and formidable women of her time, many would say of all time!
This short read is an account of Irma’s life and focuses on the facts around Irma Grese only, based on information provided by the people that knew her best and those that were unlucky enough to have come into contact with her and survived.

Who was Irma Grese?

Learn about this ruthless young lady, also known as the beautiful beast. An attractive woman with a propensity to kill in unusually high proportions. Discover Irma’s surprising background and childhood compared to the mindset that she developed and understand how the circumstances in which she found herself would ultimately lead to the actions that made her so fearsome. It is well known that Irma was a member of the German SS guard and worked alongside other female guards, however here we focus only on Irma, since she was by far the most formidable.

Read and discover:

– How Irma lived in her younger years.

– Who her influencers were.

– Her love interests.

– Stories of the punishments she inflicted.

– Her criteria for selecting victims.

– How her brutality was ended and her subsequent demise.

– Her legacy.

and more…

Irma Grese was one of the most evil women to have lived

Aushwitz in World War 2 was a haven in which Irma’s bias for murder could be nurtured and allowed to flourish. Encouragement for torture and massacre would have been key to her development. Understand how these elements incorporated with Nazi brainwashing would have been enticing for a young lady who harbored a sadistic mindset at an impressionable time of her life. These elements provide the necessary ingredients to create a fierce lady with an unforgiving nature.

How was Irma Grese captured and what was her fate?

Discover the events that led to the end of Irma’s murderous activities and how she was dealt with. Read about the historical trial and evidence, the trial’s significance and eventual outcome.

This short read is a fascinating, powerful and compelling account of a young, beautiful and innocent female whose savage tendencies were allowed to develop and ultimately surpass most males of her time.

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The History of Russia in 50 Events: (Russian History – Napoleon In Russia – The Crimean War – Russia In World War – The Cold War) (Timeline History in 50 Events Book 3)

by Stephan Weaver

Russia is an assortment of the world’s most beautiful cultures and religions. But how did Russia become home to such a diverse population and tradition that is redolent of so many parts of the world? How much does Russia owe to its spellbinding steppe in respect to its unparalleled history? This book uncovers the mystery behind this and the many other little known facts about Russia.

Inside you will learn about…

â?? The Invasion of the Mongols
â?? The Three False Dmitrys
â?? Napoleons Invasion of Russia
â?? The Crimean War
â?? The Formation of the Soviet Union
â?? The Cold War
And much more!

This eBook discusses 50 thrilling events that were the formative days of the state. It relates both the triumphant and sanguinary years, discussing each epoch in crisp yet sufficient details allowing you to thoroughly discover one of the world’s richest nations.
The Kievan Rus’, Mongol invasion, Tsars Rule, Cold War, Soviet Union, the epic February Revolutionâ?? this eBook chronicles each epoch, from Prehistoric to modern Russia.



Pearl Harbor: World War 2: Famous Battles: The Naval Battle of Pearl Harbor: A Day of Infamy (World War 2, World War II, WW2, WWII, Pearl Harbor, Day of … United States, Japanese Attack Book 1)

by Ryan Jenkins

Learn Facts about The Day That Lives in Infamy

There are a few dates in American history (even world history) that everyone immediately references when considering dates that turned the tide of history forever. December 7, 1941, is one of those days. Better known as simply Pearl Harbor, the day that the Japanese attacked the US naval base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii is the day that decided America’s involvement in World War II. Purchase your copy today to learn about the events that led up to, and followed, that fateful December morning.

Here’s a Preview of What You Will Learn

* The rise of Japan
* American-Japanese relations
* The Japanese plan of attack
* The attack
* Heroes of Pearl Harbor

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Comments From Other Readers

“The author manages to cover a lot of ground in a relatively small amount of pages. Pearl Harbor sent shockwaves through the world, and that sense of shock and disbelief is captured here. Great look at one of America’s pivotal moments.” – Henry C. (Las Cruces, USA)

“The heroes section of the book was particularly intriguing to me, simply because acts of heroism in times of peril are astounding in and of themselves. This day, which caught everyone by surprise, makes those that performed these great acts true heroes that thought on their feet and helped to prevent even more lives from being lost.” – Josh A. (Lynchburg, USA)

“I remember hearing my grandfather speak of Pearl Harbor often. The nation was truly taken aback by the events of that day, and it’s no wonder that the war effort was given such strong support from then on. This book leaves no detail undiscussed, and is a great starting look into a broad, interesting topic.” – Mary S. (Staunton, USA)

Tags: World War II, Pearl Harbor, WWII, American WWII involvement, Pearl Harbor attack, Japanese Attack, World War 2, WW2, Day of Infamy, Franklin Roosevelt



Family Genealogy Queries: DEAN DEASON & Others (Southern Genealogical Research)

by R. Stephen Smith

The family information in this book comes from a genealogy magazine published during the 1990s, now out of print. Contents of this volume include all queries from the magazine mentioning individuals or families surnamed DEAN (DEANE, DEEN, DEENE) (with 23 queries in total), DEASON (DEESON) (19 queries), DEDMAN (DEDMON, DEADMON) (6 queries), DEES (DEASE, DEAS) (6 queries), DEAL (4 queries), DEATON (4 queries), DEAVOURS (DEAVERS) (3 queries), DEAR (DEER) (2 queries), DEARING (DEERING) (2 queries), DEACONS (1 query), DEATS (1 query), or DEEDS (1 query).

The focus is on families in the southern United States.

Genealogy queries such as these have long been a means for family researchers to share information. Although these queries were written by persons seeking information, the wealth of detail in them could prove valuable to you if you’re working on the same names or lines.

Typically, queries include information on births, deaths, marriages, children of a given couple, family migrations, etc. Some trace several generations of one family. Some even include colorful family stories passed down through the years!

Note: If you aren’t sure if the information in this book will be useful to your particular family research, why not borrow and read it for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription?

Other surnames occurring incidentally in the queries reproduced in this volume include ADAMS, AIKEN, AKIN, ALLEN, ALLRED, ANDERSON, ANTHONY, ARMSTRONG, ARNOLD, AUSTIN, AVERET, AVERIL, BAILEY, BARKLEY, BARNES, BARRETT, BARTON, BASKIN, BATCHELOR, BATES, BEAN, BEATENBOUGH, BEAVER, BELL, BIAS, BISHOP, BLACKMAN, BLACKWELDER, BLACKWELL, BLALOCK, BLANKENSHIP, BONDS, BOON, BOWDEN, BOWLES, BRANNON, BRASWELL, BREWER, BROOKS, BROTHERTON, BROWN, BRYANT, BUNN, BURGAMY, BURGANDY, BURGE, BURK, BURNETT, BUSIC, BYRD, CALDWELL, CALVIT, CANNON, CARNES, CARR, CARRUTH, CARTER, CATO, CHAMBERS, CHANDLER, CHERIL, CLARK, CLARKE, CLARY, CLOTFELTER, COBB, COLE, COLEMAN, COLLIER, COLLINS, COLVIN, COMBS, COOK, COOPER, COVINGTON, COWARD, COX, CRENSHAW, CRESON, CRESSON, CRINER, CROSBY, CROW, CUNNINGHAM, CURLEE, DAFNELL, DALE, DANCEY, DANIEL, DAVENELL, DAVENPORT, DAVIS, DEACONS, DEADMON, DEAL, DEAN, DEANE, DEANS, DEAN – NETTLES, DEAR, DEARING, DEAS, DEASE, DEASON, DEATON, DEATS, DEAVERS, DEAVOURS, DEDMAN, DEDMON, DEEDS, DEEN, DEENE, DEER, DEERING, DEES, DEESON, DEMPSEY, DEVERS, DICKERSON, DOZIER, DUDLEY, DUNN, DURHAM, EASTERLING, EAVES, EGBERT, EGERTON, ELAM, ELDER, ELKINS, ELLIOTT, ELY, ESTES, EUBANK, EURE, EVINS, FAIN, FENDLEY, FERGUSON, FINCANNAN, FINCH, FINDLEY, FINNY, FISHER, FITZGERALD, FLETCHER, FOARD, FORBUSH, FORD, FOREHAND, FORT, FOSTER, FOX, FREAM, FREEMAN, FRYER, FULLER, GANTT, GARNER, GARRETT, GENTRY, GIBBS, GIFFORD, GILBERT, GILLEY, GIST, GLOVER, GOODIN, GOODMAN, GOOLD, GORDY, GOREE, GOULD, GRAHAM, GRANADE, GRANT, GREENWELL, GREER, GRIMES, GUNNELL, HAGOOD, HALSEY, HAMILTON, HAMMOND, HAMPTON, HANBY, HANCOCK, HANKINS, HANKS, HANSFORD, HARPER, HARRIS, HARRISON, HART, HASKINS, HATCH, HATHAWAY, HATLEY, HAYLES, HAYNES, HAYS, HEADY, HEATLEY, HELTON, HENDERSON, HENDRIX, HICKMAN, HIGDON, HIGGS, HIGH, HIGHTOWER, HINSON, HINTON, HIST, HITT, HOGAN, HOLLIS, HOOD, HOPEWELL, HOPKINS, HORTON, HOUGH, HOUSE, HOUSTON, HOWARD, HUDDLE, HUDSON, HUFF, HUFFMAN, HUGHES, HUMPHREY, HUNT, HUNTER, HURST, IVEY, JACKSON, JARVIS, JEFFERSON, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, JORDAN, JOSLIN, JOYCE, KARNES, KAY, KEEN, KEIGHTLY, KELLEY, KELLY, KENT, KERBY, KILLOUGH, KING, KIRBY, LADD, LAMM, LANGDON, LEE, LEWIS, LILLY, LINDSEY, LOFTICE, LOFTIS, LOGAN, LOGANS, LONG, LYNCH, MALONE, MANN, MARCH, MARTIN, MASON, MASSEY, MATHERSON, MATHIS, MATTHEWS, MATTINGLY, MAYFIELD, MEADOR, MEADOWS, MERCER, MILAM, MILLER, MINTER, MITCHELL, MOODY, MOORE, MURPHEE, MUSSELWHITE, McCASKILL, McCLAIN, McCRACKEN, McELMURRAY, McELROY, McGEE, McGRATH, McPEAK, McWILIAMS, NETTLES, NEWMAN, NICHOLS, NIXON, NUNLEY, NUTT, OTTS, OUSLEY, OUTLAW, OVERCASH, PAGE, PAIGE, PAINTER, PARKER, PARSONS, PATTERSON and others.



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