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American Colonies - A Book Review
Studying American history can become boring as the same old topics get rehashed. This will not be found in Alan Taylorís American Colonies: The Settling of North America. From the very beginning this book approaches the study of the New World in a different light.
The Possibility of the Holocaust
Take suspicion and toss in arrogance and you have the perfect recipe for the Holocaust and all the steps that led to it.
The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn - A Book Review
In Robin Maxwellís The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn the author tries to give the reader a different viewpoint of this once queen as well as that of her famous daughter, Elizabeth I.
Persecution Toward the Holocaust
Religious persecution continued in Europe with the massacre of the Huguenots of France and anyone who was on the opposite religious side of the current ruler in England. It was in late eighteenth century that focus on a common enemy turned from race or religion. It focused on class.
The Secret Eleanor - A Book Review
History and romance can be interwoven. Add an intriguing figure and you the perfect combination for an historical romance. Cecelia Holland gives us a unique perspective on the early figure of Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Secret Eleanor.
Death Becoming Intentional Toward the Holocaust
Purpose in death could be seen as far back as the Spartans of Ancient Greece and helped lay the groundwork for the Holocaust
Inca Gold - A Book Review
Treasure hunting, spies, murder, and history combined can make the best of adventure stories. It never fails that Clive Cussler books bring you just that. Inca Gold is a wonderful tale of adventure and Incan history all wrapped up into one.
Foundations for the Holocaust
How the Holocaust could happen is something that has been pondered for decades by many throughout the world. Blame has been placed on the Nazis, Christians, and all non-Jews. The reason the Holocaust was possible arises from the depths of manís thirst for blood and the need for superiority.
Renaissance Europe - A Book Review
What was Europe like during the Renaissance? How did the people live? What drove the society that gave us lasting art, education, and religion? Discover all this and more in Renaissance Europe 1480-1520 by J.R. Hale.
The Indifference of Nazi Killers
Any discussion of the Holocaust involves the Germans, specifically the Nazis. The evil that draped these men and women are described in various degrees by all who write and speak of the atrocities they committed. The words Elie Wiesel used to describe them speak louder than any thunder clap ever cou
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