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Atlacatl Memories

by Jeffrey Stuart Isfeld



A story told by ex-Salvadoran military personnel of their life and experiences during the Salvadoran civil war

Memories of Atlacatl

Testimonial book on one...


by World History

On September 1, 1939, Hitler invaded Poland. The country needed to be subjugated quickly before Britain and France could intervene. Germany?s Panzer divisions proved unstoppable. Backed by the Luftwaffe, they...

Total War

by World History

It is 03:14 on 22nd June 1941. Along a 1,800-kilometre front line that stretches from the Baltic Sea in the north, to Romania in the South, German soldiers are ready for battle. A minute later, all hell breaks...

A Traveler's Blog

by Andrés Schwarcbonn

The author takes us through a wonderful journey throught different parts of the world, describing beautiful landscapes and telling funny and also dufficult anecdotes about his journey. It is a story full of...


by C. Suetonious Tranquillus

Caligula is a classic biographical short story by C. Suetonious Tranquillus.

A supernatural horror tale set in ancient Rome, exploring the madness, violence, and depravity of the infamous Roman emperor, Caligula....


by John French

1914 is a classic autobiographical account of WWI by John French.

For a memoir of World War I, Sir John French's book 1914, does a fairly good job of recounting the facts, however skewed they may be. French,...

An American in Gaeta

by Hollis E. Forbus

An American in Gaeta is the autobiography of a US Navy sailor and his human and professional career; it is the portrait of Gaeta between the end of the ‘70s of the last century and the beginning of the 2000s:...

The Adventures of Gerard

by Arthur Conan Doyle

After killing off Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle began a new series of tales on a very different theme and focused on a new character, the brigadier Etienne Gerard, a french hussard of the Napoleon...

The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Having killed off Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle began a new series of tales on a very different theme. 

"The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard" is a volume collecting 8 short stories first published in...


by Joel Adam Struthers & Benoit Desmeulles

Appel: A Canadian in the French Foreign Legion is the first-hand account of the author?s six years as a professional soldier during the 1990s, and his experience in the Legion's elite Groupe des Commandos Parachutistes...

Between the lines

by Charles, Alsacien-Lo

In 1871, Germany annexed the French eastern provinces of Alsace and Lorraine. Though it conquered their territory, Germany failed in winning over the hearts and minds of many of their people. In December 1917,...

The Story of Wake Island

by James P. S. Devereux

This book is written by an American fighting man... It reveals no secrets as to what really went on “at the highest levels” — indeed, Colonel Devereux makes it entirely clear that he never had the faintest...

Sea Warfare

by Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling, acting as a kind of proto-rooted journalist, spoke about aspects of the Royal Navy in World War I that usually do not receive so much attention. In sections on minesweepers, a merchant marine,...

Escape From Corregidor

by Edgar D. Whitcomb

This is a story of one man's effort for survival - an incredible, fascinating account. Such are the scenes which, when assembled, give a vivid picture of how an American civilian adjusts himself to a totally...


by Saburo Sakai

Saburo Sakai became a living legend in Japan during World War II. Pilots everywhere spoke in awe of his incredible exploits in the air.

Sakai enjoyed a singular and most cherished reputation among fighter pilots....

The Cooler King

by Patrick Bishop

When American fighter pilot William Ash?s plane was shot down over France in 1942, he was captured by German forces and placed in a Nazi prison camp. Ash, bolstered by the grit and ingenuity he developed during...

Queen of Spies

by Paddy Hayes

From living in a tin-roofed shack north of Dar-es-Salaam to becoming Baroness Park of Monmouth, Daphne Park led a most unusual life?one that consisted of a lifelong love affair with the world of Britain's secret...

Some War Impressions

by Jeffery Farnol


Foreword -- Cartridges -- Rifles and Lewis guns -- Clydebank -- Ships in making -- The battle cruisers -- A hospital -- The guns -- A training camp -- Arras -- The battlefields -- Flying men --...

Memoir of Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge

by Benjamin Tallmadge

Only 21 at the start of the America's Revolutionary War, Benjamin Tallmadge was an enthusiastic patriot. Appointed by George Washington to organize intelligence in British-occupied New York, Tallmadge formed...

Fighting the Flying Circus

by Eddie Rickenbacker

Captain Rickenbacker, originally from Ohio, was best known as one of the Commanders of the 94th "Hat-in-the-Ring" Squadron, a crack unit of pilots which included many former members of the famed Lafayette Escadrille....