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By Weise Communications
The Greatest Generations Foundation, along with Air Compassion for Veterans and American Airlines are sponsoring a trip for World War II Veterans to return to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to commemorate the sacrifices and the history made on that day.
By Strategic Book Group
Crossing Continents, Life-Threatening Situations Were Just a Part of Author Jessen’s War WWII Childhood
By Sand Castle Communications, Karen Morris
Author-Historian Jay Wertz and Weider History Publications will honor Veterans Day by giving away copies of two award-winning books, WAR STORIES: World War II Firsthand THE PACIFIC- Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal and D-Day: The Campaign Across France.
By Strategic Book Group
The author’s memoir "Breaking Loose" begins in Queensland during World War II when she was 4 years old, and takes her around the world.
Author, Betty Byron is pleased to announce the promotion of her historical fiction WWII novel, Within the Walls of Santo Tomas.
By Remember Point
Remember Point Publishes World War Two, Nazi Occupation Collective Memoir eBook
By Sand Castle Communications
Announcing the latest Weider Publishing book trailer for the award-winning book WAR STORIES: World War II Firsthand - D-DAY: The Campaign Across France.
By gal-friday publicity
Legacy of Japanese family that survived forced labour in World War II continues in Lethbridge.
By gal-friday publicity
Landmark Asian goods store expands Lethbridge’s cultural horizon.
By Biddle & Webb Limited
Extraordinary tales of bravery and honour in the skies from World War II
By Strategic Book Group
World War II Dutch Secret Agent Pens Captivating Insider's Tale
By M-4 Product6ions
The U.S.S. Indianapolis was transiting supposedly safe waters in the Philippine Sea. She was torpedoed. Nine hundred men made it off the sinking ship. Five days later, only 317 were found alive. Most of the dead had been killed by sharks.
By Strategic Book Group
Author T.C. McNulty's War Novel Swings to the Tunes of the 1940s
By New Forest National Park Authority
Discover the secrets of the New Forest by coming along to an event celebrating the annual Festival of British Archaeology.
By Bedales School
As part of their topic work, Children in War: The Home Front in World War II, Group 3 (Year 6) children from Dunhurst, Bedales Junior School, have been experiencing life during the War through various activities.
By We Are PR
U.S. Veterans Heroism Told In Long Hidden Story That Changed History
By Rogue Pilot Productions
New feature film "a thin slice of heaven" honors the 1,000+ women who courageously flew in the service of their country during world war ii
By Perceptive Marketing
Jack Woodville London, Author of the Year of the Military Writers Society of America, gives a unique account of the role mothes have played in the history of our country and our military!
By Sand Castle Communications, Karen Morris
Announcing that WAR STORIES: World War II Firsthand - D-DAY: The Campaign Across France won a Silver Medal in the 2012 Independent Publisher Book Awards in the World History category.
By TEACH Services, Inc.
Bill Jamerson saw combat at the Battle of the Bulge, and he emerged with a desire to serve others.
By We Are PR
Tribute To Jewish And Other U.S. Veterans Tells Story Kept Secret For 60 Years
By We Are PR
Book Salutes U.S. War Heroes of PO Box 1142 Who Helped U.S. Win the War
By Strategic Book Group
Tom Edwards’ words shine with humour and wit. He recalls Edward the Eighth’s abdication speech verbatim, but recent memories don’t have quite as much clarity. But one thing is for certain: His life has been an exciting journey.
By Strategic Book Group
Such a Lucky Boy is the true story of the plight and hardship of one orthodox Jewish family living in a provincial city in Hungary.
By Cowan Creek Press
James Ignizio, writing under the pen name, N. D. Burnes, is pleased to announce the publication of his novel, The Last English Village. The book is available on (or, or any of the various sites in Europe).
By Kharon Publishing
The exploits of the medium and soldier, James Grey, the morally ambiguous witch, Laura Spencer, and the eccentric magician, Georges Steil, are now available to read in a series of paperbacks. Downloads remain available.
By Perceptive Marketing
Jack Woodville London, Military Writer’s Society of America’s Author of the Year, suggests that Americans “March Forth, Hug a Soldier,” and give back to those who fought and continue to fight for us in battlefields around the world.
By New Forest National Park Authority
Airfields, spy schools, bombing ranges, bunkers and D-Day preparations have shaped the New Forest National Park into what it is today.
By Strategic Book Group
The ramifications of World War II last for generations in the novel "Chasing Rainbows."
By Ageless Radio
Frank Towers and Carol Thompson discuss the upcoming WW II veterans and holocaust survivors reunion.
By Sand Castle Communications, Karen Morris
WAR STORIES: World War II Firsthand: D-DAY - The Campaign Across France, is the latest book from noted history author Jay Wertz.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released Carrie Nyman's first novel "Why Aren't You Sweet Like Me?" based on her grandparents' true love story during the WWII era.
By Linfield College
A professor and Navy Reserve lieutenant pays tribute to his grandfather, and to the sailors and Marines who served in Pearl Harbor
By Bootstrap America
A moment of silence and prayer honoring our brave Americans who lost their lives on December 7, 1941.
By Linfield College
Linfield College nursing students travel to India to offer health care outreach in some of the country’s poorest, and sickest, neighborhoods. But they’re no slackers when it comes to taking care of their Portland, Ore., neighbors, too.
By Red Rock Press
Troops can grow homesick, but care packages sent from families and friends stateside can help that isolation with a taste remembered from home. In the Bronx during World War II, this comfort food was often the Home Front Butter Cookie.
By Strategic Book Group
How One Family Survived War and Revolution in Russia to Find a New Life in Australia
By David Oates
Campaign part of quest to secure 5,000 individual donors before its public opening July 4, 2012
By Renee L. Vargas
Return Fire is a new comedic Stageplay based on the Japanese Bombardment of Fort Stevens, June 21st, 1942, written by Alan Fitzsimons of Palm Springs, CA.
By Strategic Book Group
In A Hungarian Woman’s Life, Erzsebet Croll writes of the joy of living in America, after suffering the depredations of wartime Europe and the Communist rule that followed.
By Mike Ingberg
Holocaust Memorial Center acquires an authentic World War II-era railway boxcar from Germany that was used to transport Jews and other prisoners from camp to camp, often 100 or more at a time, during the Holocaust.
By Strategic Book Group
Jo Ann Bender’s book Lebensborn has just won the Gold Medal for the Fiction Action Category in the 2011 Readers Favorite Awards.
By gal-friday publicity
Canadian author wins award for non-fiction account of family’s World War II experiences.
By Three Mile Point Publishing-Robert Egby
A British Army officer returns to Cyprus to find a love affair 18 years before produced a son he never knew existed. To his horror he discovers the boy has joined an EOKA Killer Group fighting the British. To save his son he races against time.
By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International announces the release of Blind Faith by Charles Gonda
By Amy Cornell
Author pieces together an all but forgotten period of American history through one woman’s eyes.
By American House
“FROM THE BEACHES OF NORMANDY TO THE JUNGLES OF VIETNAM:” American House-Sponsored Documentary Honors Michigan Veterans from WWII and Vietnam War/Local Veterans Groups to Benefit from Sale of DVD
By G Dedrick Robinson
Scheduled for a July 1 release by Salvo Press, THE SEVENTH DECEPTION is the first novel to directly explore the German atomic bomb project. G Dedrick Robinson builds the plot around a provocative new theory explained why the program fizzled.
By Aquila Polonica Publishing
Awards for "303 Squadron," "The Ice Road," and "Maps and Shadows" recognize publishing excellence. The honored books vividly recount a forgotten chapter of World War II history -- the role of Poland, a steadfast Ally.
By Page Jordan
Kevin Alan Milne presents his new book, The Final Note at a discussion and signing event.

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