Free history Kindle books for 07 Mar 19

Hidden History: Turning water into wine

by Richard Joseph Banks

I was taught that knowledge is information that is shared, so I have written book based on knowledge. This book goes into detail regarding nature, and how human science based is on our ability to observe the natures work; Then, how we use those findings to recreate something that is useful. In the words of Socrates “I cannot teach you anything, for I can only make you think!” History is written by the victors, but in this book you get to think for yourself. “Choice is power!” I go into detail regarding topics like the granary, the creation of alcohol, the pyramids, the dodecahedron, the world wars, mathematics, ancient hockey, and so much more.



The Roaring Twenties: A History From Beginning to End

by Hourly History

The Roaring Twenties

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The Roaring Twenties was a golden age of economic prosperity and liberal social change. Innovations in numerous industries revived a sluggish post-World War I economy, and mass production methods allowed for the standardized, rapid production of various goods, the most notable of which was the automobile. The roar of thousands of newly manufactured vehicles filled the city streets, and the ripple effect of the industry spawned a myriad of ancillary industries, such as car dealerships and mechanic shops. Innovations in the entertainment industry heralded the Golden Age of Radio and resulted in the replacement of vaudeville with cinema as “talkies” replaced silent films and movies came alive with color. The most iconic image of the era was the flapperâ??a thoroughly modern, young woman, unafraid to flout the social norms of her parents’ generation and break with long-standing traditions. She typified the sexually expressive, modern, young, and fun woman who had gained the right to vote, and who was ready to take her rightful place in both the workforce and in the speakeasies that cropped up in the wake of Prohibition.

Inside you will read about…

â?? The Booming Economy of the 1920s
â?? Babe Ruth, Jazz, Art Deco, and the Flapper
â?? Women’s Rights, Civil Rights, and Gay Rights
â?? Politics and All That Jazz
â?? The Wall Street Crash of 1929
And much more!

Along with the social changes for women, African-American cultural and artistic expressions ruled the day as jazz music emanated from the speakeasies and the radio. African-American literature rose to prominence, and all-black casts were featured in the popular theatrical productions. It was an era of progressive change fueled by a sustained economic prosperity that seemed to have no end. It did come to an abrupt end, though, with the Wall Street Crash of 1929. The music stopped, the flapper faded, and the roar of prosperity was silenced. The impact of that golden era, however, still reverberates throughout the modern day. This book tells the compelling story of this raucous period in history in succinct, yet informative detail that is both educational and entertaining.



Sixty Years in the Scablands

by Gerald Hickman

Take a trip through ancient history, natural history and stories that deal with the portion of the Pacific Northwest that is known as the Channeled Scablands. The country in this book is the arid grassland desert that hosts a variety of wildlife and
geologic wonders for the human eye. Included with the scientific aspects of the Scablands are many stories that will paint a
better picture for the reader of what the Scablands have become. Woven into the text are adventures and wildlife work performed by the Author Gerald Hickman.



Woodrow Wilson Warmonger: A Brief Analysis of How America was Deceived Into World War 1

by M King

Though not nearly as glorified as the Second World War which followed two decades later; America’s entry into World War I is generally regarded as a noble cause. We needed to fight in order to “make the world safe for democracy”, or so the goof-ball narrative goes. Mainly for that reason, Woodrow Wilson is ranked as one of the “Top Ten” Presidents by the court historians of American Academia.
But is Woodrow Wilson truly worthy of such respect? Was America’s entry into World War I, at a price of 120,000 dead “doughboys”, really a just and necessary cause to be celebrated?
Woodrow Wilson Warmonger will address these questions in the form of a line-by-line, fully illustrated rebuttal to Wilson’s pre-fight speech delivered to Congress, and published, in full, in the February 11, 1918 issue of the New York Times. This pamphlet is by no means a comprehensive analysis, but the reader will nonetheless find it very informative and highly thought-provoking.
It is hoped that this work will whet the appetite of your inquiring mind and prompt you to explore The Bad War: The Story Never Taught About World War 2; a best-selling masterpiece which provides a thoroughly documented and illustrated summary of both World Wars; events which can more accurately be described as World War, Part 1 and World War, Part 2.



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Cassia (Women of the American Revolution Series Book 3)

by Susan F. Craft

Illumination Book Awards Winner

Her family’s voyage from South Carolina turns ugly when the ship’s captain maroons Lilyan and her family on an island along North Carolina’s Outer Banks. There, the family is captured by pirates and taken to a secret island hideout where they witness a mock trial and a hanging.

Forced to rebuff the advances of the murderous pirate, Captain Galeo (The Shark), and fearful that her children will be auctioned off to the highest bidder, Lilyan forges an escape plan. Meanwhile, her husband, Nicholas, calls upon his skills as a captain in Brigadier General Francis Marion’s militia to devise a battle plan to save his family.

Will the young couple’s faith be enough to see them through? Or will their declaration to rescue Cassia from the pirates prove too high a price?

Written for the General Market (G) (I): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations or strong language. May also contain content of an inspirational nature. Amazon customers who purchase the print version have the option to purchase the Kindle eBook at no charge.



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