Book Review | Of Windmills And War By Diane Moody – Book One Of The WWII Trilogy

He is an all American boy from Chicago whose destiny brought him to the life of a B-17 pilot in the U.S. 8th Air Force. She is a girl determined to fight with the resistance in occupied Holland and has nothing to lose. In times of peace they had once been pen pals. Will they ever manage to find each other? After all, It was WWII and everything changed.

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Nothing Like Homemade: Making Beer, Wine, and Spirits during Prohibition

In today’s post we will be discussing the process of making beer, wine, and spirit during prohibition. This article is brought to you from Thomas Richardson, author of the blog History Here and Now. Prohibition was an eighteenth amendment to the U.S constitution ratified on January 16th, 1919, It was repealed On December 5, 1933.

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American Literature History | The Strange Mysterious Life & Death Of Edgar Allan Poe

The father of the detective story left everyone with the greatest mystery of all. What was behind his untimely demise? Edgar Allan Poe is known as being a literary master. His ability to intrigue, awe, and entertain readers leaves inspiration for new writers.

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