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.
Life in the USA
Remembering the Vietnam War Moratoriums
by Jim Castagnera
Marching along Fifth Avenue with candle in hand.
Searching for Uncle Aaron by Jim Castagnera
The significance of a life well-lived during the Civil War.