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I tell the story of my life as a young girl in Nazi Germany. My aristocratic family moved to Germany just as Hitler was gaining momentum. Within a few short years, my life of privilege ended, and I was sentenced to a labor camp for dissident teenagers. Read More

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Here's a fictional story I wrote for school as a "Winter Theme". Please comment and thanks for reading! **I am currently trying to rethink the plot a bit and edit out Hitler himself, as it is quite unlikely he would bother himself with suck an inconsequential boy as Fritz. Please… Read More

Tags: wwii, soldier, germany

The second poem I wrote for a war poetry contest. It started out as a poem about a Blue Angels show I saw, and turned into something inspired heavily by Band of Brothers. This one has not been revised yet. Read More
This is the first war poem I tried to write, and I really like how it turned out. It is the first of a series of 3 WWII poems that I wrote for a fairly large, online war poetry contest. I wrote it after watching the new series The Pacific,… Read More

Tags: war, action, wwii

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Kale Reid and Autumn Fields have never been anything but ordinary. They both live for a happy sixteen years of normalcy. Their lives take a turn for the extraordinary when fate brings them together and teaches them that what really matters is what happens "after the lights go out" Read More
I am thinking of possibly turning this into a novel. Although obviously the ends written out. But as Shakespeare knew. Twas not the ending that mattered. But how the story went along. P.S. The picture is the one that inspired the whole story. Read More

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I had to write a poem for my Holocaust project we did for out 8th grade project. We built a whole Holocaust museum. They said my poem was way to sad to be read, but I think it's a great way to remember the Holocaust. Yes, it might have been… Read More
It is my opinion of the state of the U.S. and the world, beginning with our penchant for bloody war. I believe that greed is ruining this country and that the U.S. government is no longer of the people, by the people and for the people. And I end with… Read More
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 fianc√©, Geenie was approached by a reporter named Jack. Then another man appeared - with a firearm. It seems… Read More
This is about Elyse recalling the memory of her family escaping the Nazis during WWII. She is finally facing all the emotions that she held back before. Read More
Explain the significance of November 11th 11:00am "Remembrance day". This was for school. Read More
A Grandfather tells his Grand Daughter, about his life in a Nazi Training camp. ~Warming, is a little violent at parts~ Read More

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A heartwarming story celebrating the triumph of spirit over the ravages of prejudice. Read More
The year is 1940. Young Adam's family had been torn apart, when his sister, Elinor, had made the mistake of going back to their home town in Germany. They had no knowledge of the concentration camps or the major racism of Germany, so she went. When Elinor never came home,… Read More
This is the story of two people who found each other and love during the trying times of World War II. I wrote this for Sambelini's challenge. I had to use three elements in the composition they are: theme: letters from war emotion: freedom object: windmill I hope you like… Read More
An American Sniper fighting in the jungles of the Pacific learns that the Japanese fight like no other enemy Read More
Follow the story of a Japanese soldier in WWII who tries to live by the Bushido code. Read More

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A German soldier tries to survive the Russian invasion of Berlin. Read More

Tags: wwii, germany, berlin

This is the story of a Russian sniper who finds many things in the rubble of Berlin, including love and comradeship. Follow the Russian sniper through the rubble of Berlin as he tries to outlast the war. Read More

Essay / War and Military

December 12, 2009

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An essay I wrote in response to a history test question, "what were the causes of the first World War?" Read More

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After watching her family killed in the street by the Gestapo in Warsaw, Chava Lehrer changes her name, dyes her hair, makes fake papers, and moves to Brussles, Belgium. There, where she poses as Anouk Sauvageau, she works in Cafe Delacroix as a waitress. Beneath the friendly coffee-house interiour lies… Read More
This article is written in remembrance of those who died and those who survived the concentration camps through WWII. I will not forget. Read More

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Ever wondered what it's like to be in a war? Abandon your victory gardens-- and do what the sergent says. Read More

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This is an essay that I had to write for English about the Holocaust. We had just finished reading Night which is a book by Eli Wiesel, who is a survivor of the Holocaust. The book is a true story about his experience. Read More
Alas, my loves, another poem about ages past, and this time it's historically correct! The Polish ghetto was terrible, and the events leading up to the actual deportations made everyone's lives terrible. This is about a couple deported away to Poland and the awful sadness they feel and not wanting… Read More
Cathy Prentice, a young British woman, receives a letter informing her that her husband, a soldier, has been killed in Italy during World War II. She reminisces, remembers, and regrets. Read More

Tags: love, loss, wwii, letter

Take a ride with us around three great events in World History: WWI, WWII, and The Great Depression! This was suppose to only be a five paragraph essay for school, but I got really into it and it became almost twenty! Read More

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A reflection of modern history: fear and prejudice Read More

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this is the second poem about sarge that I have written. the first isn't here because i haven't had time to get it here, but this is the second. Read More

Tags: war, wwii, private, sarge

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A unit of US soldiers storms Omaha beach on D-Day. Read More
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