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By O'Farrell
West Point Warlord is a gritty war novel with camaraderie, love, and a sense humor throughout its 65,000+ words. It is a story of a West Point graduate pitched against his arch enemy, Qand Agha, an evil and murderous Afghan warlord, which culminates in an exciting finale along the rugged mountainside of Northern Afghanistan. The story begins at the parade field of West Point, to the attacks of September 11 at the Pentagon, to Colonel Rick Farrell’s immediate deployment to the Afghanistan warfront. This exciting page turner has been written by two former Army Officers who have published previously.
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By Voy Ernst Althaus
“Dark Blue Down South” is a historical novel about the Germans of the Central Texas Hill Country and other Texans who chose to fight for the North in the Civil War. The Texas Germans organized several companies of infantry and started for the Mexican border expecting to sail from Mexico to the North to join a Northern Army. They were intercepted by a Texas Cavalry unit near the Rio Grande River where a fight occurred. A small number of Germans survived the battle, and the execution of prisoners that followed the battle, and crossed into Mexico. These men managed to get to New Orleans, which had just fallen to the North, and joined the United States First Texas Cavalry which was being created from Texans who had chosen to fight for the North. This novel places two young men in this situation, has them hide from the Confederate conscription, flee to the Mexican border with the German infantry, make the voyage to New Orleans, join the U.S. First Texas Cavalry and then fight with that Northern unit for the remaining three years of the Civil War
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By John H. Davis
The book addresses the concerted actions that the U.S. government and responsible citizens must take to resolve the current major recurring social, economic, political, and environmental problems and issues to save the nation from self-induced destruction. These problems and issues also make the nation vulnerable to hostile external threats, such as international terrorism and attacks against U.S. interests by adversarial nations. Former President Abraham Lincoln said, “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” The current social, economic, and political situation and the negative attitudes manifested by many Americans could cause us to falter and suffer self-induced destruction. The publication highlights how the execution of the democratic process in accordance with the provisions of the U.S. Constitution; restoration the tradition family unit and national core values; embracing inherent duties and responsibilities; eradication of social, economic, and political injustices; and learning to live in harmony with mankind and nature can help eradicate major problems plaguing the United States today and ensure that this government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.
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By Voy Ernst Althaus
“Dark Blue Down South” is a historical novel about the Germans of the Central Texas Hill Country and other Texans who chose to fight for the North in the Civil War. The Texas Germans organized several companies of infantry and started for the Mexican border expecting to sail from Mexico to the North to join a Northern Army. They were intercepted by a Texas Cavalry unit near the Rio Grande River where a fight occurred. A small number of Germans survived the battle, and the execution of prisoners that followed the battle, and crossed into Mexico. These men managed to get to New Orleans, which had just fallen to the North, and joined the United States First Texas Cavalry which was being created from Texans who had chosen to fight for the North. This novel places two young men in this situation, has them hide from the Confederate conscription, flee to the Mexican border with the German infantry, make the voyage to New Orleans, join the U.S. First Texas Cavalry and then fight with that Northern unit for the remaining three years of the Civil War
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By Voy Ernst Althaus
“Dark Blue Down South” is a historical novel about the Germans of the Central Texas Hill Country and other Texans who chose to fight for the North in the Civil War. The Texas Germans organized several companies of infantry and started for the Mexican border expecting to sail from Mexico to the North to join a Northern Army. They were intercepted by a Texas Cavalry unit near the Rio Grande River where a fight occurred. A small number of Germans survived the battle, and the execution of prisoners that followed the battle, and crossed into Mexico. These men managed to get to New Orleans, which had just fallen to the North, and joined the United States First Texas Cavalry which was being created from Texans who had chosen to fight for the North. This novel places two young men in this situation, has them hide from the Confederate conscription, flee to the Mexican border with the German infantry, make the voyage to New Orleans, join the U.S. First Texas Cavalry and then fight with that Northern unit for the remaining three years of the Civil War
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By Curtis Manning
The Battle of New Orleans Reconsidered arose organically from the rich heritage of St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. The same land that was witness to the Battle of New Orleans would also spawn a unique and vibrant culture known for close-knit families, good food, refineries and the activities centered around the bountiful wetlands. Academic cultural offerings were rare when the Nunez History Lecture Series began in 2001. Some folks at Nunez Community College, the only institution of higher education in the Parish, decided to tell the stories of the people of St. Bernard and Louisiana, hoping that a handful of others might also be interested. After 14 seasons of over 100 lectures and an average attendance of over 100 people, the Lecture Series is still finding new stories to tell. A natural outgrowth of the Lecture Series was to feature a more detailed treatment of the second most important historical event in St. Bernard Parish history, the Battle of New Orleans. And the College was the natural place since the battlefield was in sight of the campus on a clear day. However, the plans for the first Symposium were delayed by a few years when the most important historical event in St. Bernard Parish history, Hurricane Katrina, left six feet of water across the Nunez campus and up to seventeen feet of water across the rest of the Parish. By January of 2013, the first Battle of New Orleans Historical Symposium was held at the College, with the audience likely sitting in the exact spot that soldiers mustered for the Battle. Once the Symposium became established and successful, the only nagging problem was the ephemeral nature of the knowledge being created. With some of the most passionate and knowledgeable speakers in the nation, it just seemed natural to expand and preserve the great information being presented. So in a labor of love, many of the top lecturers agreed to put pen to paper and tell the story of the Battle of New Orleans in greater detail. The result is The Battle of New Orleans Reconsidered
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By Curtis Manning
The Battle of New Orleans Reconsidered arose organically from the rich heritage of St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. The same land that was witness to the Battle of New Orleans would also spawn a unique and vibrant culture known for close-knit families, good food, refineries and the activities centered around the bountiful wetlands. Academic cultural offerings were rare when the Nunez History Lecture Series began in 2001. Some folks at Nunez Community College, the only institution of higher education in the Parish, decided to tell the stories of the people of St. Bernard and Louisiana, hoping that a handful of others might also be interested. After 14 seasons of over 100 lectures and an average attendance of over 100 people, the Lecture Series is still finding new stories to tell. A natural outgrowth of the Lecture Series was to feature a more detailed treatment of the second most important historical event in St. Bernard Parish history, the Battle of New Orleans. And the College was the natural place since the battlefield was in sight of the campus on a clear day. However, the plans for the first Symposium were delayed by a few years when the most important historical event in St. Bernard Parish history, Hurricane Katrina, left six feet of water across the Nunez campus and up to seventeen feet of water across the rest of the Parish. By January of 2013, the first Battle of New Orleans Historical Symposium was held at the College, with the audience likely sitting in the exact spot that soldiers mustered for the Battle. Once the Symposium became established and successful, the only nagging problem was the ephemeral nature of the knowledge being created. With some of the most passionate and knowledgeable speakers in the nation, it just seemed natural to expand and preserve the great information being presented. So in a labor of love, many of the top lecturers agreed to put pen to paper and tell the story of the Battle of New Orleans in greater detail. The result is The Battle of New Orleans Reconsidered
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By Lee L. Pierce
Record Winning Song Writer “Poet, weaver of words, storyteller par excellence – Lee, my dear friend for over fifty years, never fails to entertain and delight. I know her book will do the same.” - Jinx Senior, Designer, Weaver of Cloth, Artist “Lee Pierce has been a close friend for many years. She is an energetic, fascinating and extremely talented and focused person. She possesses style, along with her wonderful and unique imagination.” - Barbara Alden Campbell, Fine Art Oil Painter Working in a university setting has given me a bird’s eye view of some of the world’s most interesting and prolific people. Lee Pierce ranks up there with the best of them; she is one of Cambridge’s hidden treasures. - Elaine Tirrell, MIT, Administrative Assistant, Cambridge, Massachusetts Lee Pierce is blessed with a romantic soul, a spiritual sense of awe, and a vibrant excitement at every discovery she makes. The original “chance taker,” Lee has found through her amazing dolls history, romance, family ties and undreamed-of discoveries. - Raimond del Noce, Senior Artist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “A true storyteller, Lee immediately engages and draws us in. These are stories whose time has come to be told. Lee has unlocked the doors to the experience of human souls.” - Jill Masters, Audio Actress, Narrator of Classical Works. “Lee Pierce weaves moving and impressive stories throughout her book, all told from an unusual and fascinating perspective. It takes a Renaissance woman with a gift for writing, imagination and uncovering hidden history to bring these stories to life. And bring them to life she does! - Jordan Rich, WBZ Boston Talk Host “Crystal! Lee Pierce draws from a panorama of lands, oceans and peoples, to crystallize before us this history. - Abbott R.F. Thayer, World Historian
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By Lee L. Pierce
Record Winning Song Writer “Poet, weaver of words, storyteller par excellence – Lee, my dear friend for over fifty years, never fails to entertain and delight. I know her book will do the same.” - Jinx Senior, Designer, Weaver of Cloth, Artist “Lee Pierce has been a close friend for many years. She is an energetic, fascinating and extremely talented and focused person. She possesses style, along with her wonderful and unique imagination.” - Barbara Alden Campbell, Fine Art Oil Painter Working in a university setting has given me a bird’s eye view of some of the world’s most interesting and prolific people. Lee Pierce ranks up there with the best of them; she is one of Cambridge’s hidden treasures. - Elaine Tirrell, MIT, Administrative Assistant, Cambridge, Massachusetts Lee Pierce is blessed with a romantic soul, a spiritual sense of awe, and a vibrant excitement at every discovery she makes. The original “chance taker,” Lee has found through her amazing dolls history, romance, family ties and undreamed-of discoveries. - Raimond del Noce, Senior Artist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “A true storyteller, Lee immediately engages and draws us in. These are stories whose time has come to be told. Lee has unlocked the doors to the experience of human souls.” - Jill Masters, Audio Actress, Narrator of Classical Works. “Lee Pierce weaves moving and impressive stories throughout her book, all told from an unusual and fascinating perspective. It takes a Renaissance woman with a gift for writing, imagination and uncovering hidden history to bring these stories to life. And bring them to life she does! - Jordan Rich, WBZ Boston Talk Host “Crystal! Lee Pierce draws from a panorama of lands, oceans and peoples, to crystallize before us this history. - Abbott R.F. Thayer, World Historian
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By Dr. Clifton Wilcox
The Battle of Dunnichen is significant since it marked the turning point in the history of the Picts and marked their independence from the Kingdom of Northumbria. Not only is this possibly the best documented event in the history of the Picts, but it also allowed them to overthrow the Northumbrian rule and the dark shadow it cast over all northern peoples. Without the leadership of King Bridei and his courageous followers, Scotland as we know it may not have existed. The battle also helped to define the Scottish/English border that remains today, a border that could have been pushed further north by the Northumbrians if they had not been stopped.
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By William H. Benson
Roger Williams championed liberty of conscience. Cotton Mather promoted acts of kindness and doing good. Roger Williams was born in London but migrated to Boston and then to Salem, Plymouth, and finally to the town he founded, Providence, Rhode Island. Cotton Mather was born in Boston and never strayed from it. Both were trained Puritan ministers, but the young man Roger resigned from the ministry, saying it was “the best callings but (generally) they are the worst trades in the world.” Instead, he made his living “trucking with the Indians.” Cotton preached at his pulpit at Boston’s Old North Church until seven weeks before he passed away. They both wrote books, especially Cotton, who wrote over four hundred. Alike and yet so different, the two men were thinkers and writers in America’s early religious history. Author William H. Benson compares and contrasts Roger Williams and Cotton Mather in this, the first of six volumes of The Parallel Lives of the Noble American Religious Thinkers vs. Believers. Additional volumes will include: Thomas Paine and George Whitefield, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Joseph Smith, William James and Mary Baker Eddy, Mark Twain and Billy Graham, and H. L. Mencken and Jim Bakker.
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By ÃÉÙÑÃÏÓ ÊÏÕ

THE HISTORY OF PANATHINAIKOS FOOTBALL CLUB 1908 - 2008 This book “ One Century Panathinaikos” ( The History of the Green Emperor) in two volumes and in six parts, contains the history of the greatest Greek Football Athletic Club since its foundation in 1908 to 2008. It is divided in 100 self-contained chapters ( so many chapters as its club’s years of our research) in which we describe year by year, analytically, all the schedules of matches, managerial, and social activities, and games’ lines up during the Championships and Cup matches, its European participation in all the official games that it was qualified, accompanying with photographs which are publishized from the first time. Also there are 150 dispersed little events, stories and happenings ( humorous, informative, and historical ) which present a relaxing and enjoyfull reading.

On the Eighth Part, there are all ( synoptical and analytical ) statistical elements from the History of Panathinaikos : presidents, coaches, final standings for each Chamionship, year after year, the top players, scorers, friendly games, the hat – tricks, records, all the players involvement by alphabetical order and the earnt titles e.t.c. We point out that many of this data are unknown, not only to the Greek reader, but still from the Greek Football Association, and this inside source sparks its value and makes this book unique.

In this way our readers of this book they have in their hands a complete and detailed history of Panathinaikos which enables them to go back in referring to its pages any time they need a concrete, and specific, piece of information. This big exhausted and twenty five years in the making epic of research brings facts and certified informational material suitable not only for enjoyment but also a biographical light from an independent, unprejudiced and open minded author for the benefit to Football Biographical Historiography.


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By John H. Davis
The book addresses the concerted actions that the U.S. government and responsible citizens must take to resolve the current major recurring social, economic, political, and environmental problems and issues to save the nation from self-induced destruction. These problems and issues also make the nation vulnerable to hostile external threats, such as international terrorism and attacks against U.S. interests by adversarial nations. Former President Abraham Lincoln said, “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” The current social, economic, and political situation and the negative attitudes manifested by many Americans could cause us to falter and suffer self-induced destruction. The publication highlights how the execution of the democratic process in accordance with the provisions of the U.S. Constitution; restoration the tradition family unit and national core values; embracing inherent duties and responsibilities; eradication of social, economic, and political injustices; and learning to live in harmony with mankind and nature can help eradicate major problems plaguing the United States today and ensure that this government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.
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By John H. Davis
The book addresses the concerted actions that the U.S. government and responsible citizens must take to resolve the current major recurring social, economic, political, and environmental problems and issues to save the nation from self-induced destruction. These problems and issues also make the nation vulnerable to hostile external threats, such as international terrorism and attacks against U.S. interests by adversarial nations. Former President Abraham Lincoln said, “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” The current social, economic, and political situation and the negative attitudes manifested by many Americans could cause us to falter and suffer self-induced destruction. The publication highlights how the execution of the democratic process in accordance with the provisions of the U.S. Constitution; restoration the tradition family unit and national core values; embracing inherent duties and responsibilities; eradication of social, economic, and political injustices; and learning to live in harmony with mankind and nature can help eradicate major problems plaguing the United States today and ensure that this government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.
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By William H. Benson
Roger Williams championed liberty of conscience. Cotton Mather promoted acts of kindness and doing good. Roger Williams was born in London but migrated to Boston and then to Salem, Plymouth, and finally to the town he founded, Providence, Rhode Island. Cotton Mather was born in Boston and never strayed from it. Both were trained Puritan ministers, but the young man Roger resigned from the ministry, saying it was “the best callings but (generally) they are the worst trades in the world.” Instead, he made his living “trucking with the Indians.” Cotton preached at his pulpit at Boston’s Old North Church until seven weeks before he passed away. They both wrote books, especially Cotton, who wrote over four hundred. Alike and yet so different, the two men were thinkers and writers in America’s early religious history. Author William H. Benson compares and contrasts Roger Williams and Cotton Mather in this, the first of six volumes of The Parallel Lives of the Noble American Religious Thinkers vs. Believers. Additional volumes will include: Thomas Paine and George Whitefield, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Joseph Smith, William James and Mary Baker Eddy, Mark Twain and Billy Graham, and H. L. Mencken and Jim Bakker.
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