World War II
Diary of a Tail Gunner by John Gabay
Twenty-six bombing missions aboard
a B-17 over Nazi Germany.
Section One - Missions 1-10
Section Two - Missions 11-20
Section Three - Missions 21-26
From Hitler Youth to U.S. Air Force
by Hubert Schmidt
As a boy in Berlin, he couldn't wait
to join the Hitler Youth. Trained for anti-aircraft duty, he experienced
the crashing end of Hitler's Reich and postwar misery, then made a new
home in America, even joining the U.S. Air Force. A complete autobiography,
with original photos.
Section One - My Home, My Family, My Berlin
Section Two - Hitler Smiled at Me
Section Three - The War Escalates
Section Four - Downed Our Own Me-110
Section Five - Attacked by Twelve B-17s
Section Six - Going Home
Section Seven - Postwar Misery
Section Eight - East-West Border Crossings
Section Nine - Russian Blockade
Section Ten - Gone to America
A Girl's Life in London 1939-1945
A remarkable look at the daily life
of a London family during the Blitz as seen through the very observant
eyes of a young girl.
Section One - Britain in the Late 1930s
Section Two - How the War Changed Everyday
Section Three - Battles, Breadbaskets,
Section Four - More Bombs, a Break, and
School in Wartime
Section Five - D-Day and 'Our' Doodlebug
Section Six - Last Year of the War
A Boy's Life in Holland 1940-1945 by
Only nine years old when World War
II began, he grew up amid the uncertainty, fear, hunger and daily dangers
of life in a Nazi occupied country.
Section One - War Begins/About My Family
Section Two - Tragedy and Humor
Section Three - Shortages and Confiscations
Section Four - Daily Dangers
Section Five - Labor Conscription
Section Six - The War Ends
Story by Kanji Suzuki
A rare glimpse into the world of Japanese
Don't Cry Darling!
by Peter Milo
A little act of kindness by a U.S.
Marine amid the terrors of war.
Stop That Ship!
by Peter Milo
The day a young Marine cop pulled
over a Navy ship.