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By Don Solenberger
Still Standing is a fantasy that has been living in Don Solenberger's mind for many years, yearning to be told. Don's mother homesteaded on the Dakota plains and often retold the story of a wagon rolling into town with its passengers suffering from arrow wounds. Don worked for the Connecticut...
THIS IS NOT A NOVEL. THIS IS A NOVELLA.
There is something gravely wrong with the town of Palo Alto Ca. and the residents are exponentially worse. The housewives of this vintage town seem to be having thoughts. Rancid thoughts. Grisly thoughts. Sorrowful thoughts. And their husbands seem to be...
Hana is a well-known violinist in the heart of Vienna. After the Nazis gain control, her Jewish heritage, friendships, and reputation are tested. Fleeing, hiding and facing deportation, she loses almost everything. Alone and heartbroken, she encounters a Nazi Commandant she doesn't remember....
This is a story which I wrote in Year 9, so, apologies for the errors/inaccuracies - both grammatical and historical.
Thought I'd throw it on here, I remember it being enjoyable to write. Enjoy!
Short Story | Updated Jun 21, 2014 | Reads: 102 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Dutch R
A cloaked man is making his way in Marseille, holding a closed chest near. hundred and ninety-one years after the city is terrorised with the second world war and the police has their hands full of cases already, the militairy needs to take care of it. What does these things relate to one...
Two friends fight for their country. My first short story which was wrote in middle school, it may be a little hard to read.
By Dutch R
A Dutch civilian is recruited at the end of world war II, he is sent to omaha beach. What he doesn't know is that the Allies will attack the next day.
A Nazi soldier provides a fresh look at Nazi Germany and shows that being on a certain side of the war does not necessarily make someone good or evil.
By Fiction Fix
Colonel Vasoline had planned his ambush on the Germans to the last detail. But he had no way of expecting... The Terror of the French Resistance!
Short Story | Updated Apr 9, 2014 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dutch R
Germany has occupied Poland during,making the second world war a fact. A boy has entered the nazi army full of pride. Little did he know what was ahead of him. The boy was given an assignment to research a church nearby, but what he found was something quite unorthodox.
Novel | Updated Mar 20, 2014 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Uranium terror dropped on silent beaches. Life blackened to debris and sickness. This is a tribute to those who fell victim to the chaos.
By Arthur Kemp
How an eccentric young spy called BALTUS BANCROFT helped me to SURVIVE THE HORRORS of being SHOT DOWN AND STRANDED in German-occupied Belgium during WORLD WAR II
By Daemon Micks
As the Second Infantry Division moves into France from Normandy, a small detachment begins to clear the buildings in the French countryside. In a small, forgotten village they stumble upon a church, desecrated by the Nazi's and now abandoned. Inside they discover a group of hooded about to...
This is the story of a german soldier through WWII, and how it changes him from a child to a malicious killer. Is R for racism, and murder, ect.
Novel | Updated Oct 28, 2013 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Haley Choi
Maxâ€™s mind went on a race of possible ideas of what in the world his mother needed him to see. Nazis? Jews? Bomb threats? All very possible in the year 1943 in a small German town.