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By Road to Victory Military Museum
Tom Brokaw writes in his book The Greatest Generation about the men and women who fought so valiantly during WWII and whose numbers are dwindling daily.

By Nevada Wing Civil Air Patrol
World War II member honored for his service with CAP Coastal Patrol

By Strategic Book Group
Continuing Adventure Plays Out in WWII High Seas Drama, "Hursey in Conflict: A Story of Love and Victory"

By BookBuzz.net
International author, Michael Tappenden is pleased to announce the release of his new historical fiction novel, Pegasus to Paradise.

By Loiacono Literary Agency
Forgotten Heroes of WWII will no longer be forgotten. by Tom Simmons

By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of George Hudson's novel of past and present murder and intrigue, "Purple Haze."

By The National Center for Family Integrated Churches
Approximately 2,000 people are expected to gather on a local farm, this Monday (May 27, 2013) in Wake Forest for the Old-Fashioned Memorial Day Picnic, the largest picnic honoring America’s veterans held in North Carolina, as seen on...

By Brighton Press Room
“Hell in the Heavens: The Saga of a WWII Bomber Pilot” by Lt. Col. David E. Tavel and Morton E. Tavel, M.D. Fly alongside Col. David E. Tavel and his “Virgin Wolves” bomber crew as they take out Nazi-held targets over enemy territory

By Strategic Book Group
"Against All Odds," young Bruno survives World War II and learns to become the man he wants to be.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Colonel George Crall uses his experience from World War II to create his historical fiction novel, Hitler Invades England.

By New Forest National Park Authority
His Majesty King George VI visited the naval training base, HMS Mastodon, at Exbury as last minute preparations were being made for the Normandy landings during World War II.

By Brighton Press Room
With a rare authenticity and a gift for relating historical events, author Mary B. Patterson delves into the legacy of the Gennusa family and the dynamic challenges they faced during WWII

By Levine Museum of the New South
New museum exhibits examine the personal stories and photographs of selected individuals from World War II and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

By Aquila Polonica Publishing
Critically acclaimed by the New York Times, The New Republic and The Atlantic Monthly, "The Auschwitz Volunteer," an eyewitness account of a little-known undercover mission, will be the focus of discussion at NYC's Museum of Jewish Heritage Jan. 9.

By Kensington Publishing
An epic novel about the resilience and the enduring hope of one young woman who puts a face on the countless destitute German women and children who were victims of their government’s actions during World War II.

By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of co-authors Jean Blasiar and Jonathan Marcantoni's dramatic fantasy novel "Communion" in multiple eBook formats.

By My Voice Publishing
Major Colin Milton-Brown looked bleakly at the advancing Japanese, appropriated the battalion wages - 2000 gold sovereigns, and proceeded to make his own way home. This is the story of an incredible journey taking over a year to get back to England.

By GenerationTheatre
The tribulations of mothers, daughters, sisters, and aunts shuttling between Tunis and Paris over the second half of the Twentieth Century. Based on a true story. A story of love given and love denied – and a comedy.

By Signalman Publishing
Alaska and the Russian Far East at the beginning of World War II is the setting for the debut novel by historian Richard Evans about a young Russian teen caught up in the midst of personal tragedy at the outbreak of war.

By D-Day Ohio, Inc.
Join us August 17 and 18 for the 13th annual D-Day Conneaut living history reenactment of the battles of Normandy France, 1944. Witness the largest D-Day event in the US with over 700 reenactors, tanks, boats, planes, and vehicles. Conneaut Ohio.

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By Road to Victory Military Museum
Tom Brokaw writes in his book The Greatest Generation about the men and women who fought so valiantly during WWII and whose numbers are dwindling daily.

By Nevada Wing Civil Air Patrol
World War II member honored for his service with CAP Coastal Patrol

By Brighton Publishing LLC
Morton E. Tavel, M.D., co-author of the popular WWII memoir, “Hell in the Heavens: The Saga of a WWII Bomber Pilot” is scheduled to speak at Indianapolis, Indiana’s Clay Township Government Center on Wednesday, December 18th at 1:30 p.m.

By Strategic Book Group
Continuing Adventure Plays Out in WWII High Seas Drama, "Hursey in Conflict: A Story of Love and Victory"

By Brighton Publishing LLC
Fueled by remarkable characters and thought-provoking scenes, author Mary B. Patterson delivers “Franco and Anna Gennusa: Their Journey”—an immigrant family’s journey of hope, faith, and perseverance

By BookBuzz.net
International author, Michael Tappenden is pleased to announce the release of his new historical fiction novel, Pegasus to Paradise.

By Troubador Publishing Ltd
R J J Hall’s Theatres of War explores sacrifice and self-discovery through the ‘forgotten’ Italian campaign of WWII

By Vanilla Fire
Vanilla Fire Productions is excited to announce the acquisition of their third film by Netflix with a release date of November 1st, 2013 just in time for Veterans Day 2013.

By Loiacono Literary Agency
Forgotten Heroes of WWII will no longer be forgotten. by Tom Simmons

By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of George Hudson's novel of past and present murder and intrigue, "Purple Haze."

By Pubfarm Books
One of the most amazing sagas of American bravery during World War II is the story of two men who wouldn’t surrender — Captain William L. Osborne of the United States Army Infantry, and Lt. Damon Gause, of the Army Air Corps.

By The National Center for Family Integrated Churches
Approximately 2,000 people are expected to gather on a local farm, this Monday (May 27, 2013) in Wake Forest for the Old-Fashioned Memorial Day Picnic, the largest picnic honoring America’s veterans held in North Carolina, as seen on...

By Brighton Press Room
“Hell in the Heavens: The Saga of a WWII Bomber Pilot” by Lt. Col. David E. Tavel and Morton E. Tavel, M.D. Fly alongside Col. David E. Tavel and his “Virgin Wolves” bomber crew as they take out Nazi-held targets over enemy territory

By My Voice Publishing
The Nazis - Through the Eyes of a Child by Margarete Mendelsohn is selling extremely well in America, and is our top selling book at present. The main sales are through e-Books.

By Strategic Book Group
"Against All Odds," young Bruno survives World War II and learns to become the man he wants to be.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Colonel George Crall uses his experience from World War II to create his historical fiction novel, Hitler Invades England.

By Strategic Book Group
The brilliantly written and conceived novel "The Madagascar Project" proposes a “what if”...

By New Forest National Park Authority
His Majesty King George VI visited the naval training base, HMS Mastodon, at Exbury as last minute preparations were being made for the Normandy landings during World War II.

By BookBuzz.net
Escape from East Berlin: An American Tale Is One Woman’s Story Of Surviving WWII In East Berlin Annemarie Struwe Cronin’s memoir, Escape from East Berlin: An American Tale is her story of growing up in East Berlin, surviving WWII, finding Love, and...

By New Forest National Park Authority
A scrap book of sketches, poems and Christmas greetings by German prisoners of war has been unearthed in the New Forest thanks to a project run by the New Forest National Park Authority.

By Brighton Press Room
With a rare authenticity and a gift for relating historical events, author Mary B. Patterson delves into the legacy of the Gennusa family and the dynamic challenges they faced during WWII

By 9066 LLC
CAAMFest selects narrative short children's film TADAIMA to advance as semi-finalist in their annual Ready, Set, Pitch grant competition.

By Levine Museum of the New South
New museum exhibits examine the personal stories and photographs of selected individuals from World War II and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

By Brighton Press Room
Author Morton E. Tavel delivers a gripping, revealing, and highly entertaining biographical account of one of America’s finest aerial heroes

By Aquila Polonica Publishing
Critically acclaimed by the New York Times, The New Republic and The Atlantic Monthly, "The Auschwitz Volunteer," an eyewitness account of a little-known undercover mission, will be the focus of discussion at NYC's Museum of Jewish Heritage Jan. 9.

By Kensington Publishing
An epic novel about the resilience and the enduring hope of one young woman who puts a face on the countless destitute German women and children who were victims of their government’s actions during World War II.

By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of co-authors Jean Blasiar and Jonathan Marcantoni's dramatic fantasy novel "Communion" in multiple eBook formats.

By Aquila Polonica Publishing
Terry A. Tegnazian, president and co-founder of Aquila Polonica Publishing, was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland in recognition of her outstanding services to the Polish community.

By Arno Niemand
Book and DVD Chronicle Historic Cornell College Wrestling Upset; First school outside of the state of Oklahoma to win eam championship since teams were officially recognized by the NCAA. No other private school before or since has done so.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Betty Byron is pleased to announce the promotion of her historical fiction WWII novel, Within the Walls of Santo Tomas.

By Front Porch History
"Stories My Father Told Me" and "Kaleidoscope: Stories of a Free Spirit" by MAJ.GEN. (Retired) Harry J. Malony and his son, James L. Malony. Six generations in the living, three years in the writing, these stories are now available to you!

By My Voice Publishing
Major Colin Milton-Brown looked bleakly at the advancing Japanese, appropriated the battalion wages - 2000 gold sovereigns, and proceeded to make his own way home. This is the story of an incredible journey taking over a year to get back to England.

By GenerationTheatre
The tribulations of mothers, daughters, sisters, and aunts shuttling between Tunis and Paris over the second half of the Twentieth Century. Based on a true story. A story of love given and love denied – and a comedy.

By Northeastern State Univ.
Northeastern State University’s “World War II Symposium – Seven Decades Later” will be held Tuesday evenings from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., October 2 – November 6 at the NSU-BA Auditorium, 3100 East New Orleans, Broken Arrow, Okla., 74014.

By Signalman Publishing
Alaska and the Russian Far East at the beginning of World War II is the setting for the debut novel by historian Richard Evans about a young Russian teen caught up in the midst of personal tragedy at the outbreak of war.

By Auto Images
The team behind the awarded documentary Harbour of Hope is documenting survivor stories from WWII. In the film three survivors tell their life stories. Now the team is documenting more of the Holocaust witnesses coming to Sweden in Spring 1945.

By D-Day Ohio, Inc.
Join us August 17 and 18 for the 13th annual D-Day Conneaut living history reenactment of the battles of Normandy France, 1944. Witness the largest D-Day event in the US with over 700 reenactors, tanks, boats, planes, and vehicles. Conneaut Ohio.

By St. Barnabas Health System
Seminar for Veterans of WWII, Korea and Vietnam set for July 31st at The Arbors at St. Barnabas

By Auto Images
After receiving a Special Jury Mention at Krakow Film Festival Harbour of Hope is now continuing the tour of international festival screenings. Next stop is San Francisco where the film is selected for the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.

By Vanilla Fire
Vanilla Fire's Steven C. Barber takes Until They Are Home to Arlington, Virginia for a private East coast premiere for 500 families of POW/MIA and causes Senators Max Baucus and Pat Roberts to take action.

By Glagoslav Publications Ltd.
Glagoslav Publications released a new war novel Khatyn, a cultural heritage and collectible item, containing records from previously sealed Soviet archive.

By We Are PR
Unsung U.S. War Heroes And Peaceful Interrogation Saluted in Book, Web Site and Movie Treatment

By We Are PR
U.S, Veterans Heroism Told In Long Hidden Story That Changed History

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 Ove Rishøj Jensen
Harbour of Hope will have its North American premiere in Minneapolis, the hometown of Joe Rozenberg. Rozenberg is one of three survivors from the WWII concentration camps portrayed in the heart breaking but life-affirming film.

By Tamara Henry
Grammy Award Winning Country Legend Star Clint Black Embraces Vanilla Fire's WWII Documentary Narrated by Kelsey Grammer Premiering on Memorial Day 2012.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The free program next Monday highlights the first release of 1940 census data with activities including period music and displays, and a U.S. Census Bureau data specialist discussing the benefits for genealogists and researchers.

By Consortium Media Services
Moving and storage company partners with nonprofit to help others

By Brighton Press Room
“Seated Beside The Wolf” is a brilliantly written work that delivers a suspenseful plot showcasing this author’s literary talent

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.



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