Free history Kindle books for 03 Mar 19

On The Eve of War: Three American Sisters Share Their Travels Through Europe July to August 1939

by Arthur Johnson

From July 12 to August 13, 1939, three American sisters travel to Europe. They visited England, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, and Paris. Three weeks after their return war breaks out and within 9 months, four of the countries they visited would be under Nazi rule.

This is the journal of that trip on the eve of war. What they saw and experienced, and not just the touristy kind. It describes the methods of travel in a time gone by as well as a glimpse of life just before the war.

Killing Korea: The Fight for Control of Korea

by Victor Maere

How two opposing sides killed Korea in an effort to save it.

You surely have heard something about the Korean War. Or the Forgotten War as some call it.

But do you really know all that happened?

Have you heard the personal stories from the people who actually saw or did the fighting?

If you haven’t, you are in for a treat.

While the war was among the shortest in history, it left an invisible mark – a divided Korea. And there’s a lot that led to that. It wasn’t just about the UN and South Korea fighting against North Korea, China, and the Soviet Union.

You will:
* Learn what UN soldiers did with Chinese corpses when it got cold.
* Understand Japan’s role in facilitating the war.
* Know the real reason China got into the war despite being very scared of America.
* Know why America got stung by underequipped and underskilled Chinese fighters
* Learn why Truman was saved from impeachment for firing MacAurthor.
* Know why America backed an undemocratic South Korean president

There is a lot more you will learn in this book.

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The Auschwitz Chapter (Under Total Eclipse We Will Tremble Like Birds Without Song)

by Lee Vidor

The Auschwitz Chapter is an historically complete, precise and definitive account of what took place at Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II, where crimes against humanity were perpetrated by Nazis against Jews, Slavs, Roma, political prisoners, homosexuals, and artists. And all humanity.

This Auschwitz Chapter is taken from Lee Vidor’s novel, Under Total Eclipse We Will Tremble Like Birds Without Song, which is an historically accurate fictional account of Europe under Nazi Occupation.

Even though The Auschwitz Chapter is only a concise single chapter in the novel, more than 2 years were spent researching every existing published eyewitness account of imprisonment at Auschwitz, in order to ensure complete accuracy.

It is not suitable for reading by those under 18 years of age.

Many more reviews of Lee Vidor books can be found at

Lee Vidor states:

รข??I believe I missed no eyewitness testimonies and that the account here given is absolutely accurate in every detail. It is the most specific and accurate description of events and processes at Auschwitz which exists. Every single detail in The Auschwitz Chapter has been confirmed from more than one eyewitness source, from photographic evidence and court documents.

I believe it is the single most reliable and harrowing piece of literary writing ever done on the subject of the events which took place in the Nazi concentration camps during World War II.’

Although fictional, the piece contains many precise facts which are extremely difficult to uncover and which are coherently gathered together nowhere else with such accuracy and completeness. Herein lies its enduring value.

The Auschwitz Chapter is available for publication, completely free of charge, to all academic text book publishers anywhere in the world, who wish to publish it unedited in an educational text.

It can be read free of charge in its entirety on LeeVidor Dot com.

Please Note: This book is subject to attacks by holocaust deniers.
A careful reading of any peculiar review for hidden motive is recommended.
‘Those who deny Auschwitz would be ready to remake it.’ Primo Levi.

About The Auschwitz Chapter:

If Holocaust deniers have managed to persuade you to ask ‘Did the Holocaust happen?’, then here is the exact and accurate truth of Auschwitz concentration camp.

This is the concise and authentic story of what happened in Auschwitz, and in other Nazi concentration camps during World War II.

The Auschwitz Chapter will inform you precisely of what was done, how it was done, where it was done, and precisely by whom.
And it will give your their reasons for doing it.

It will also tell you what it means to the world.

You will read the absolute and specific truth. Every detail of the process. You won’t have to doubt or wonder about it any longer.

It will be the most valuable time you have ever spent on the subject because you will have learned not only about Auschwitz and about human nature, but also about the true nature of Holocaust deniers and revisionists.

About Lee Vidor:

Lee Vidor is the original source of the astonishing Shakespeare-X Message.

Lee Vidor is the author of the novel cycle, 20th Century Bohemians and Angels, which is an expansive cycle of literary novels which follows and dramatizes the development of Modernism among the great writers, artists and bohemians of the 20th Century. It defines the 20th Century as a Modernist Renaissance.

The Shakespeare-X Message is a definitive statement of authorship sent to the world by William Shakespeare.
It is a mathematically verifiable statement which is a proof of identity.
The message can be seen on Amazon or via Google.

The Shakespeare-X Message was not sent by the actor William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon..

It will amaze and delight the world.

Unlocked: The Battle of the Big Black River Bridge

by Steve Massey

After a series of victories by the Union Army in the Vicksburg campaign of 1863, the Confederates made a last stand on the Big Black River Bridge. The battle was a complete failure in command for the Confederacy. In this short booklet, Steve Massey’s narrative explains why the charge at Big Black River unlocked the door to victory for the Union. A must read for those interested in the Vicksburg Campaign. Massey is the author of Foremost Among the Forlorn Hope: The 4th Mississippi in the Civil War

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