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On the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, Consider the American Holocaust. Did the Nazis Borrow a Page from US History?

Each year, when the anniversary of D-Day and the Normandy invasion draws near, I am petitioned with questions pursuant to the writing of the WWII novel, How Angels Die.  For the most part, I am able to rely on the extensive research conducted for the novel seasoned with the personal …

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Hitler’s Desperate Last Days Forces Children Into The Front Lines of Battle!

In the last days of WWII a depleted German army was supplemented by boys as young as 11.  Minus little formal training, they were often given the Panzerfaust as a one shot disposable close range infantry anti-tank weapon.  The weapon was cheaply produced and made in the millions between 1942 …

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Latest How Angels Die Review from Spanish Reviewer!

Review: How Angels Die, by David-Michael Harding I have read several books set in the Second World War – and I will read more, because I like these stories – and all of them offer a different point of view because there were such an amount of subjects, countries and …