Free history Kindle books for 13 Jun 18

World War II: A Concise Guide from Beginning to End

by History Hour

Your selection of this book demonstrates a rare seriousness. You recognize the need to study history, for to ignore it is to repeat it. Yet you also recognize the time constraints imposed by modern life. There is no shortage of massive tomes covering every aspect, even the most trivial, of World War II. Volumes that take months to read and can double as doorstops after you’ve given up in frustration.

You have wisely chosen a different route to knowledge about the conflict we now call The Good War: a readable, surprising, fact-filled history that concentrates solely on the characters, countries, and battles that determined the outcome of the war. No filler. No padding. No meandering asides about ultimately unimportant people and events. In World War II: A Concise Guide From Beginning to End, you’ll discover the reasons for the war’s launch, and gain appreciation for the sacrifices made to bring it to a close.

Can a history as concise as this one still offer surprises? Oh, yes. Don’t believe me? Just turn the page and begin. Surprises await you in the first paragraphs. Think you already know how World War II began?

Prepare to be astonished…

It takes the average person 60 minutes to read 15000 words.
For a time investment of roughly 4% of your day, I believe the wisdom in this book to be well worth it’s value. This book allows you to skip to the key events and decisions in a very easily absorbed, readable way including key takeaways at the end of each chapter.

Amplify your knowledge in a simple, efficient, entertaining manner. Take action, get your copy today!



Lest We Forget: An Anthology Of Remembrance

by Brian L. Porter

In this poetry collection, Brian L. Porter will take you into the center of the action and make you feel as if you’re really there.

One minute you’ll find yourself in the cockpit of a bomber, limping home from a raid over enemy territory, and the next in a dogfight during the Battle of Britain. Author and screenwriter Brian L. Porter served with the RAF during the Cold War. Many of the works in this collection are based on the personal experiences of those who took part in the conflicts they depict; men and women who were pleased to relate those experiences to the author. You will experience the poignancy of his words, the simple message of Remembrance, the moving dignity of Polska, and the graphic horror of the concentration camps, as related in Holocaust.

“I am writing on behalf of all members of 617 squadron to thank you for your written tribute to “The Dambusters”. It is a wonderful piece, which for me captures the spirit and courage of the young men who played a part on that fateful raid”.
Flight Lieutenant Richard Saunders, 617 Squadron RAF, speaking of “Apres Moi le Deluge”.

If you enjoy poetry or World War 2 stories, you will love this deeply personal, intelligent tribute to those who served in war.

Begin reading this beautifully tragic, poignant collection today!



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