Waratah

From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped
By Ha-Le Thai

Waratah: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped by Ha-Le Thai is the author's story, a tale of courage, heartbreak, and new beginnings with the challenges that come with it. Ha-Le escapes the threat of communism and...

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Israel Against All Odds

Anti-Semitism From Its Beginnings To The Holocaust Years
By Christopher H. K. Persaud

Israel Against All Odds: Anti-Semitism From Its Beginnings to The Holocaust Years by Christopher H. K. Persaud is a powerful expose and a reflection on the tribulations of Israel throughout history. The author reflects on anti-semitism around the world, tracing its origins in history and...

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The DNA of Democracy

By Richard C. Lyons

The DNA of Democracy by Richard C. Lyons is a wonderful book for readers interested in understanding the origins, evolution, and intrinsic nature of democracy and its nuances. The author takes readers through a historical journey that begins from the faint idea of democracy from...

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Days of Refugee

One of the World’s Known Lost Boys of Sudan
By Nathaniel Nyok

Days of Refugee: One of the World’s Known Lost Boys of Sudan is a riveting and inspirational autobiography by Nathaniel Chol Nyok, a Dinka “Lost Boy” survivor of the Second Sudanese Civil War (1987–2005). At the age of eight, Nyok fled war-torn South Sudan after...

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101 Presidential Insults

What They Really Thought About Each Other - and What It Mean to Us
By Mike Purdy

Mike Purdy's 101 Presidential Insults: What They Really Thought About Each Other is a quick read, but captures the meanness of human nature demonstrated by men in the highest position in the US. In this book, presidential historian Mike Purdy presents a well-researched book about...

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Diary of the Dragon's Daughter

Painting as a Window into Chinese History
By BiLan Liao

Diary of the Dragon's Daughter: Painting as a Window into Chinese History by BiLan Liao is her autobiography from growing up in China during Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution to resettling in the US. She is an extraordinary artist, with achievements in painting, photography, fashion...

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A Swedish Adventure in America

Daybook Journals of Albrekt Lundquist 1910-1924
By Albrekt Lundquist/Linda Lundquist Molitor

A Swedish Adventure in America: Daybook Journals of Albrekt Lundquist 1910-1924 by Albrekt Lundquist and Linda Lundquist Molitor is a biography that captures the journey of a twenty-year-old young man leaving Sweden for greener pastures in the United States during the early 1900s. Follow this...

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The Bride's Trunk

A Story of War and Reconciliation
By Ingrid Dixon

The Bride’s Trunk by Ingrid Dixon is a remarkable story centering on a seemingly inconsequential piece of luggage, which actually contains a fascinating history. Beginning with the arrival of the author’s British father, Jim, coming to collect his German fiancée, Minny, in post-war Germany, the...

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Rational Religion

The Mystery of Freemasonry and the Quest to Find the Jesus of History
By Tony Sunderland

Rational Religion by Tony Sunderland takes us on a journey of discovery back in time into the origins of religious rituals and faith. Could the embodiment of an all-powerful being to both the Catholic church and the secretive organization of the Freemasons have major similarities?...

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A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains

A Memoir
By William Walters and Victoria Golden

A Last Survivor of the Orphan Trains is a work of memoir non-fiction penned by co-authors William Walters and Victoria Golden. This inspiring tale takes a deep and personal look into the life of William Walters, who was one of the thousands of orphans loaded...

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