Free history Kindle books for 07 Dec 16

I Was Just a Radioman

by Pamela Ackerson

The day that will live in infamy was just the beginning…
I Was Just a Radioman
In 1940, still in high school, Henry P. Lawrence joined the Navy Reserves. Little did he know that a year later, in May of 1941, he’d be called to service and deployed to Hawaii.
No one believed the Japanese would be aggressive enough to attack a U.S. territory. Their plan…to cripple the United States military. The attack at Pearl came hard and fast.
I Was Just a Radioman is a collection of the memoirs of ARM Henry P. Lawrence, a WW II Pearl Harbor survivor, Black Cat, and decorated war veteran.

War Stories: The American Civil War, Remembered by Those Who Were There

by Mark Weaver

See the Civil War through the eyes of the people who lived through it: spies, soldiers, generals, escaping slaves, nurses, and more.

When one thinks of the American Civil War, it is easy to conjure up images of great generals developing brilliant strategies and influential politicians making historic decisions; but there was a great deal more going onâ?¦

In this book, you will find Civil War stories most people have never heard before, told by people who actually lived during those momentous times. From intrepid young men who went aloft in balloons and viewed the enemy’s position, to the joys and miseries of the private soldier, to the daring activities of secret spies…

Laugh as Sir Henry Morton Stanley recounts his adventure, as a young private, raiding the farm of a Unionist to “forage” for he and his messmates’ Christmas dinner. Or, be amazed as Sarah Edmonds tells how she disguised herself and made her way deep within Confederate lines. These accounts and many more make up this unique collection of amazing Civil War stories…

From camp pranks to close, bloody conflict; and from the jubilation of victory to the misery of defeat, you can find it all in War Stories: The American Civil War, Remembered by Those Who Were There.

This I’s my secret: Poker Sex (Relatos Eróticos nº 1) (Spanish Edition)

by Dani Daniel

la inesperada pero agradable sorpresa que se llevo Julía queda ensombrecida con la aparición del protagonista, que deja huella y da paso a los tres amores de Lucia, y nos deja como oda al sexo y Ángela tierna y casi virgen nos cuenta como vibra de placer por primera vez.

The Atlantic Charter: Political and Economic Goals of Roosevelt and Churchill (Non-Fiction Book 2)

by Lorri Moulton

In the summer of 1941, the Atlantic Charter marked the first of many meetings between President Franklin Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The Charter laid out eight articles promoting ideals such as equality among nations and promising post-war freedom of the seas. It was ironic that in a conference concerning war aims, the United States was still a neutral country and the British were far from sure they could win the war against Germany.


by Christopher Londo

To all the courageous young sailors who served aboard the L.S.T. 534:

This book is written with the simple idea to; hopefully in some way help the world appreciate and comprehend just what; these truly brave, young men that served as sailors aboard their ship, during World War Two. And how their brave contributions through the, contributed to the allies eventful triumphs over both the Japanese as well as the Germans, during the war. Read the book and you’ll become aware of their exciting and truly unbelievable story.

The sailors that made up the crew were from all walks of life, from all over the country, but still somehow managed to come together, so bravely to do the job that was assigned to them. Eventually becoming a well-oiled team, and developed lifelong friendships, and in the end brothers!

Leo F. Wilson, Lt. epitaph of the L.S.T. “Introspectively we were truly representative of our type of service. The Amphibious Force, and in a more exact sense the L.S.T (landing ship, tank). The personal vein is stressed, as a ship merely expresses the caliber of the men who served aboard her. It is to the men of the USS L.S.T 534 that this story is respectfully dedicated to. Were “Beaching was our Business.”

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