Free biographies and memoirs Kindle books for 09 Nov 18

The Talent Manual Magazine

by Mercedes Barreto

A magazine on the latest in rising general talents on an international scale.

Stepping Stones To Paradise

by James Rick

Follow the dots that connect to reveal the perfect picture, representing the true form that reflects the original intended image, the soul. From an abusive childhood to life in paradise by overcoming chronic illness and drug addiction, through inner guidance from hands of light.

Suleiman the Magnificent: A Life From Beginning to End

by Hourly History

Suleiman the Magnificent

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Suleiman the Magnificent, tenth sultan of the Ottoman Empire, may be an unfamiliar figure to many today. But in the sixteenth century, his military campaigns played a huge role in the shifting face of European politics. He was a man in search of powerâ??his quest carried him not only to daring military exploits in Europe and Asia, but also through the intricate web of the Ottoman court, where deceit, scheming, and treachery abounded.

Inside you will read about…

â?? The Makings of a Sultan
â?? A Rising Power
â?? The Besieged Island
â?? Court Life, Consorts, and Counsellors
â?? King Ferdinand and Vienna
â?? To the Edges of the Map
â?? The End of an Era
And much more!

This book describes his life, from his rivalry with the Hapsburg brothers, Charles and Ferdinand, to his doomed friendship with his grand vizier, Ibrahim, and his relationship with the indomitable Roxelana. Here you will find accounts of the battles he fought, the heroics and blunders of his enemies, and his relentless progress toward his colossal ambitions.

Henry Ford: A Life From Beginning to End

by Hourly History

Henry Ford

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Henry Ford once announced to a young schoolboy that it was he who had invented the modern age. Born on a farm in rural Michigan three weeks after the battle of Gettysburg, Ford hated everything about farming as soon as he could understand what it was about. So he turned his attention to the farm machinery that made the family farm run, and never looked back.
It was his love of machines, then engines, and finally automobiles that Henry Ford is best known for. He designed and manufactured cars which would transform not just his family’s little farm, and not just the city of Detroit. The automobile would change the world; ushering in a whole new way of living one’s life. A modern life, to be sure.
Beneath this diligent tycoon, lay a man of many contradictions. He worked hard to give the average American an affordable car and believed that mass consumerism was the key to keeping the world safe from war. Yet he opposed labor unions, supposedly sired a son with another woman, and was an enthusiastic anti-Semite.

Inside you will read about…

â?? Henry Ford’s Early Years
â?? Ford’s Love for Engines
â?? The Ford Motor Company and the Model T
â?? Disdain of Labor Unions
â?? The Anti-Semite Problem
â?? Later Years and Death
And much more!

Follow along as you come to know Henry Ford, the man responsible for putting America and the world behind the wheels of their own cars. Was this man a genius or a dominator? Did he want those around him to live free lives with the things he invented or was he only satisfied when people read his newspaper and obeyed his advice? Read on, and form your own conclusion.

THE KENNEDYS: JFK and Jackie Kennedy – 2 Books in 1

by Phil Coleman

THE KENNEDYS: JFK and Jackie Kennedy – 2 Books in 1

*Jackie Kennedy

2 Great Books in 1!

John F. Kennedy was elected as the 35th president of the United States in 1960. At that time, he was a member of one of the wealthiest families in America. He had an extremely elite education and was considered a military hero, though his act of heroism is still questioned by many. His running mate for the election was not his to choose and was not someone he cared to have as a vice-president. Lyndon B. Johnson was not a personable man, he lacked charm, and thought he, himself was handsome and funny. Neither of which were true. Lyndon had been put in place as his running mate by the political machine and Lyndon hated the Kennedy’s. John Fitzegerald Kennedy did win the race, but not without the help of his father who had connections with organized crime. This is his story…

Jackie Kennedy
When we think of how we would like to be remembered, many things will come to mind. Perhaps for our family, maybe for things we have achieved, for our kindness, or for our understanding, and empathy. Though, for Jackie Kennedy, recognition comes mostly from one day in November 1963, her involvement in a defining event which fixes her in the public eye. Despite the fact that she would go on to achieve much more in her life and prior to that day had built up a promising career. That one afternoon in Texas, when her husband President John F Kennedy was assassinated, is the abiding image of a life well lived. This book will look at that dreadful day, but will also show that Jackie Bouvier, later Kennedy then Onassis, should be remembered for more than just one single, terrible event. We will consider her childhood, growing up in a privileged but troubled environment. The early career she abandoned to become one of the most famous and influential women on earth.

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