In today’s blog post, I will be discussing and reviewing a new book being released today on June 8th, 2021 called Above The Reich by Colin Heaton & Anne-Marie Lewis. I was lucky enough to receive a pre-released copy for free from Random Penguin House agency Dutton Caliber for an honest review. The book was very enlightening and informative.
Life in early colonial Virginia was difficult, brutish, and short-lived as it got for a seventeenth-century Englishmen, as shown in the sufferings of Richard Frethorne. In today’s post, readers get to look at Frethrone’s letters home. It is a great account as to what life was like for an Indentured servant in the new world and their experiences.
Blessed with a cunning ability of outsmarting the Germans and defying their constant traps at every single turn during the second world war, the Gestapo dubbed her “the white mouse”. The actual name of this fearless yet charming woman was Nancy Wake, a New Zealand born journalist who played a critical role in saving lives and never backing down.