Friedhelm and his brother Kleiner along with their three friends, Otto, Litzke, and Adolf are sent to the Eastern Front during World War 2 where the five of them see some of the most blood-thirsty and brutal fighting of the war.
Despite the falling bombs from Hitler’s Luftwaffe, Ethel feels safe in Bobbie’s arms. Bobbie is Ethel’s world. She can’t imagine a life without him. But when Bobbie joins the Royal Navy, Ethel finds herself alone and vulnerable. Fear stalks her at every corner. Will she survive the bombs and loneliness?
This piece is a short story about conflicting feelings of the persona. We follow through the experience of the a nazi soldier during WW2 in the Warsaw ghetto, Poland whilst seeing certain aspects of belonging, clever language techniques and the fate of the soldier.
1943 Nazi Germany, the remaining members of a concentration camp are transferred to the mysterious town of Sanctuary. When nightfall hits, something deep within the woods comes out of hiding. Darkness is the enemy. Stay in the light, and you stay alive, something people in the town of Sanctuary must…
This is a story I wrote for my GCSE English Language and was personally rather pleased with the outcome. It is the only piece of creative writing I have done recently as it just isn't a big part of the syllabus anymore.
The story itself is about the plight of…
It's 1941 in Poland, and nine-year-old Bryda Adamowicz is living a beautiful life in her little village... until Nazi officers show up and change her life forever. This is the untold story of the terror-ridden world outside the concentration camps, and the unique tragedy Bryda's village alone had to face.
Hi, this is for my History class - we just finished watching the film Schindler's List and we were required to give a reflection paper. My prompt is:
The little girl in the red coat was the only part of the movie, other than the ending, that was in color.…
(A bit of fan fiction based in the Assassin's Creed universe that was born out of boredom and help from Ember Fae.)
Gregor was a simple radio repairman before the Rift, the event that rendered electronics useless and set fantastic creatures on the world. Now Gregor's innocent curiosity will throw…
One out of three poems I had to write for an English Literature assignment last year in year 11.
My attempt at a dramatic monologue, “Let me lie to you, Elizabeth”, tells the story of a soldier in France during World War 2 who is writing home to his love…
An ordinary boy, in an ordinary world. On his 18th birthday, that ordinary isn't so ordinary as World war one is declared.
“In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Hey everyone! First time posting in a while. This is a poem comparing the White House fields to the open fields next to the Somme River in France. For those of you who don't know, that was a site of one of the biggest and bloodiest battles in world war…
Geenie Swaboda was quite content living what others considered a humdrum life, but things took a harsh turn when someone from her past was murdered.
At the shiva of her former fiancé, Geenie was approached by a reporter named Jack. Then another man appeared - with a firearm.
Dedication: To all U.S. Military Veterans and in commemoration of the annual American national holidays of Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4) and Veteran’s (Armistice) Day (November 11).
While surfing the YouTube website to find some original recordings of old(ies), pre-Beatles rock ‘n’ roll songs, I…
A brief synopsis:
Charlotte Bromfield is a normal teenage girl living with her father in London in 1915. With war surrounding them, her father decides that it would be for the best if he joins up and sends Charlotte away to stay at Darling Estate in Oxford with the aristocratic…
This piece was written for a Booksie contest that was conducted by Violet Moon. It entails the lives of two German citizens during the end of World War II, who are now being forced to retreat from the unrelenting pursuit of the American army.
A collection of memoirs of two German SS troops during World War II and their work at a well-known concentration camp, along with instances of their personal lives. Told from the point of view of one of the main characters: Dieter Herrmann.
Can one kill and not be ill
Affected by the task?
Can another forgive this brother,
No matter what he asks?
Yet when they meet amid a war and morality is lax
Each will discover in the other
An answer is unmasked.