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ON THE BATTLEFIELD: A Book Review

ON THE BATTLEFIELD: A Memoir of an Ethiopian Airborne Soldier On the Battlefield: A Memoir of an Ethiopian Airborne Soldier tells the incredible story of one of Ethiopia’s most celebrated combat generals.   Brigadier General Tesfaye Habtemariam is one of Ethiopia’s greatest military leaders. General Habtemariam’s career spanned three decades and survived three different Ethiopian governments.…

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Voices from the Second World War

Voices from the past for today’s children Voices from the past … from World War III … telling tales for today’s children. It looks like John Purvis over at John’s Notes came up with another little gem on his blog! I certainly would have enjoyed something like this when I was in school. I like…

Jeffrey R Cox

Jeffery R Cox Publishes New WWII Non-fiction!

Jeffery R Cox’s Morning Star, Midnight Sun is on my reading list! John Purvis recently reviewed the non-fiction WWII book by Jeffery R Cox, called, Morning Star, Midnight Sun. via Review of “Morning Star, Midnight Sun” John’s review of this book intrigued me, so I went to Amazon.com and took a look, and read some…

No gray Areas

Stuart Hopkins: No Gray Areas, An Autobiography

No Gray Areas … The Autobiography of Stuart Hopkins Stuart Hopkins is truly a real-life ‘Piano Man.” In his autobiography, No Gray Areas, Hopkins writes of his life experiences as an international hotel pianist. It is indeed quite a story, and one that will tug at your heartstrings. From his early childhood years living with…