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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World War II History | Gandhi’s Letters To Adolf Hitler [December 24th, 1940]

Gandhi was an Indian activist and lawyer who denounced British rule fighting against what he believed was oppression. He abhorred the concept of violence and once said “Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.”

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WWII History ╽Operation Manna & Chowhound: Food! Not Bombs!

At the end of WWII there was so much death, destruction, illness, and starvation occurring in European countries torn by the conflict. In today’s post I will discuss a military operation to bring mercy and light to those suffering in the Netherlands with no food after a freezing winter in the spring of 1945 by allied forces such as Great Britain and the U.S.

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