21 Best World War II Books That Examine Every Angle Of The
From action-packed eyewitness accounts such as Guadalcanal Diary to devastating Holocaust memoirs like The Diary of Anne Frank and Night to the thrilling espionage tale of Operation Mincemeat, World War II is the subject of some of the most fascinating and influential nonfiction books ever written.. Each year, seemingly dozens of new titles emerge to offer fresh perspectives and uncover
Posted: Tuesday Mar 31, 2020
6 Incredible Female Spies of World War II
Posted: (6 days ago) Lise de Baissac was one of SOE’s first female agents, applying as soon as female agents were permitted. Younger brother Claude also joined. De Baissac and fellow agent Andrée Borrel were the first women to parachute into France on the SOE’s behalf.
World War 2 Movies Everyone Should Watch
Posted: (4 days ago) A magnificent blend of romance, intrigue, comedy, and wartime adventure, Casablanca premiered in November 1942, a few weeks after the Allies invaded North Africa.Set a year before its release, just before the attack on Pearl Harbor, the story stars Humphrey Bogart as Rick Barnes, an American nightclub owner in the titular Moroccan city, and Ingrid Bergman as Ilsa Lund, Rick’s true love who ...
21 Best World War II Books That Examine Every Angle of the ...
Posted: (7 days ago) From action-packed eyewitness accounts such as Guadalcanal Diary to devastating Holocaust memoirs like The Diary of Anne Frank and Night to the thrilling espionage tale of Operation Mincemeat, World War II is the subject of some of the most fascinating and influential nonfiction books ever written.. Each year, seemingly dozens of new titles emerge to offer fresh perspectives and uncover ...
Joslin Joseph, We Are the Mighty - Author Profile and ...
Posted: (3 hours ago) The Slave Who Stole A Confederate Ship And Sailed His Way to Freedom Robert Smalls commandeered a ship, freed dozens of other slaves, and convinced President Lincoln to allow black men to serve in the Union Army.
19 Facts About Black History That You Might Not Know
Posted: (4 days ago) The first celebration of Black History Month took place in February 1970. Within six years, it was recognized nationally. The month-long celebration gives all Americans a chance to reflect on the history of African Americans, from their many achievements to the struggles they endure to this day. 50 years later, we continue to set this time aside to praise black Americans who have excelled ...
Explore the Many Lives of Patricia Bosworth Through Her Books
Posted: (1 days ago) In 2011, Bosworth returned to Hollywood with a biography of Jane Fonda. Now most associated with Grace and Frankie and climate change protests, Fonda has always been a firecracker. Bosworth tracks Fonda through her Hollywood royalty youth, “Hanoi Jane” era, aerobics videos, and to her modern incarnation, revealing the contradictions, vulnerabilities, and strengths behind one celebrity.
On This Day: Robert Ford Shoots Jesse James
Posted: (3 days ago) A so-called coward made his most infamous move on April 3, 1882. Robert Ford, despite hero-worshipping the gang leader for much of his life, killed Jesse James on this day.
These Docuseries Will Keep You Watching for Hours
Posted: (5 days ago) It’s looking more and more likely we’re all going to be spending a lot of time inside over the coming weeks. While we all buckle down to keep each other safe, we’re looking for books, movies, documentaries, and activities that while away the hours without leaving us feeling trapped.
See the World's Most Beautiful Churches from the Safety of ...
Posted: (11 days ago) Throughout the world and across virtually every faith, few structures bring out the kinds of architectural feats that we devote to churches. From simple chapels to massive cathedrals to inaccessible pilgrimage sites, the world is filled with beautiful churches and places of worship.