World-war-ii stories, books, poems, and more

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A memorial that attempts to serve as a memorial to a very brave young girl who gave her life for her people and her country many years before most of us were born or thought of ... Read More
The stone-cold bravery and skill of the gutsy Russian female night bombers who flew puny antiquated biplanes to battle the fierce German Air Force. IF YOU HAVE THE TIME, I WOULD APPRECIATE A COMMENT Read More
Richly illustrated, and with a wealth of materials never before available in English, this book provides an overview of more than 200 of Nagasaki's A-bomb heritage sites. The entries are organized into a series of tours for the convenience of tourists actually visiting the city, and to give the general… Read More
Book description: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, built at what was once the hypocenter of an atomic blast, is the most visible sign of the city’s renaissance as a force for peace in 21st century politics. But it is not the only reminder of the spirit of Hiroshima. Less well-known are… Read More
An alternate history story that focuses on what if Anne and Margot Frank survived Bergen-Belsen. This fictional account focuses on Anne and Margot on their recovery from Belsen and their road to a new life. Read More
Corporal Alan Johnson stuggles to get past the horrors of war in this story of courage in a darkest hour. Read More
Prior to World War I, Hitler never rose above the rank of Lance-corporal, as his superiors considered he lacked leadership qualities. But, what hypnotized Hitler, that he transformed into a merciless tyrant and manipulated the minds of millions and lead his nation to war. Let’s take a deep insight into… Read More

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In the course of the war Frank fell in love, he also lost that love. With a broken heart he tried to move on, but every year his ghosts come back to haunt him. Read More
In 1922 Barnaba was born outside of Krakow. His mother died in childbirth. Not long after, and despite some good fortune, his life became a string of tragic losses, which changed Barnaba from someone he was, to someone he had not been. Barnaba began a psychological descent into darkness,… Read More
In 1941, a Nazi prisoner of war escaped a prison train in Canada and made his way to freedom through Ogdensburg, New York. Read More
A mother searches for her son in the debris of the bombing over Hiroshima with sack lunches to feed him and his troop. Read More

Book / Romance

January 14, 2017

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Aveline Fournier is a young woman living in Pre-World War II France. Having grown up in a well-established family, she is used to living a life in comfort and luxury, and dinners with some of the more prestigious families of France. At one of such, she encounters a man, so… Read More

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You can’t prove this didn’t happen. Read More

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I’m not one, but I know some people. Read More

Poem / Romance

November 07, 2016

You are in love with a WWII German soldier, running away to Germany. Read More

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This is a first person story about the Battle of Normandy. Read More

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