Love War Letters

Love  War   Letters Author Alan E. Hooper
ISBN-10 1862730822
Release 1994
Pages 324
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Letters of Love and War

Letters of Love and War Author Helen Dann Stringer
ISBN-10 0815604726
Release 1997
Pages 306
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These letters between an Army surgeon and his wife capture the battlefront and the day-to-day experiences of a New York family waiting for a husband and father to return home. The letters came from North Africa, Italy, France, and Germany and describe the changing scenes as the war progresses.

The Moon Seems Upside Down

The Moon Seems Upside Down Author Jim Mitchell
ISBN-10 9781742696935
Release 1995-04-01
Pages 264
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The war letters of Arthur Alan Mitchell 1939-45. At the outbreak of the Second World War, Alan Mitchell was a foreman at McPherson's bolt factory in Richmond. Eileen Griffin was a typist at the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission. They had just met. He was 23 and she was 19. In 1940, he joined the 2/2nd Pioneer Battalion, trained at Puckapunyal, fought the French in Syria and the Japanese in Java, and then suffered as a prisoner of the Japanese on the Burma Railroad. Alan survived the war and came home. He and Eileen married and the rest is history. The Moon Seems Upside Down is Alan and Eileen's story. It is a story of love and war told through the letters of Alan to Eileen. The letters are tender and funny, detailed and well-observed. They provide a unique insight into what the Second World War was like for Australian soldiers, and those who waited for them back home.

Love War and the 96th Engineers Colored

Love  War  and the 96th Engineers  Colored Author Gwendolyn M. Hall
ISBN-10 0252069625
Release 2000-11-01
Pages 344
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Presents the experiences of Captain Hyman Samuelson, a young Jewish officer in command of African-American troops in New Guinea, during World War II. These diaries and letters unfold the tragic love story of Samuelson's wartime marriage, and his wife Dora's fight against cancer. They tell a story of sacrifice that included an enemy attack.

Love War and Curling Irons

Love  War and Curling Irons Author Leni Schick-Grehl
ISBN-10 9781425186531
Release 2008-12
Pages 137
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One woman's compelling tale of rising above Nazi Germany persecution, and falling into the arms of an American Sergeant.

The Hours After

The Hours After Author Gerda Weissmann Klein
ISBN-10 0312273509
Release 2000-02-19
Pages 288
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The love letters of Gerda and Kurt Klein, revealing one of the greatest love stories ever told. Over fifty years ago, Gerda Weissmann was barely alive at the end of a 350-mile death march that took her from a slave labor camp in Germany to the Czech border. On May 7, 1945, the American military stormed the area, and the first soldier to approach Gerda was Kurt Klein. She guided him to her fellow prisoners who lay sick and dying on the ground, and quoted Goethe: "Noble be man, merciful and good." Perhaps it was her irony, her composure, her evident compassion in the face of tragedy, that struck Kurt Klein. A great love had begun. Forced to separate just weeks after liberation and hours after their engagement, Gerda and Kurt began a correspondence that lasted until their reunion and wedding in Paris a year later. Their poignant letters reflect upon the horrors of war and genocide, but above all, upon the rapture and salvation of true love.

The Civil War Love Letter Quilt

The Civil War Love Letter Quilt Author Rosemary Youngs
ISBN-10 9781440221095
Release 2007-06-25
Pages 288
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The Civil War Love Letter Quilt is a history book, quilting guide, and touching tale of the love shared by Civil War soldiers, their sweethearts and families. In the same innovative approach as other books of the popular letter and diary quilt-book series by Rosemary In the same innovative approach as other books of the popular letter and diary quilt-book series by Rosemary Youngs, this new guide showcases 121 different paper pieced block patterns with the actual letter that inspired them. The collection includes love letters from: President Rutherford B. Hayes to his family Newton Scott to his childhood friend, whom he married upon returning from the war David Winn, a soldier who ultimately gave his life for his country

Reflections of Fall A Story of Love War and Faith

Reflections of Fall  A Story of Love  War  and Faith Author Ray "Tony" Miranda
ISBN-10 9781483472508
Release 2017-07-26
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Although World War II has been over for some time, Sam Mcguire is still struggling with his memories of the brutalities of battle. Despite his pain, Sam is attempting to move forward in life. But that task is more challenging than he ever imagined as demons of the past continue to haunt him. As Sam finally gains the strength and insight to emerge from the darkness, he returns home to Indiana where he continues healing with help from family, God, and friends. After he marries his love, Sam builds a new life for himself, made complete with the birth of his children. As his son, Sammy, grows into a rebellious and headstrong young man, he too eventually makes his way to war—this time in Vietnam. Now he must find a way to survive, in his own way, in his own time, just as his father did. Reflections of Fall follows the paths of father and son as each is led from war back home where faith, family, and love strengthen their spirits to overcome pain and obstacles.

Love War and Tears

Love  War and Tears Author Goran Palada
ISBN-10 9781412065467
Release 2005
Pages 224
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This is a wartime love story of two young people, brought together by terror and destruction in Croatia. Their journey starts in 1991, as the war begins to spread across the land. From the nightmare and blood being spilt, a deep love was born. For a love so right, yet so wrong, the quest for survival begins. Can they survive against all odds? That year, the war was spreading across the expanse of the former Yugoslavia. It lasted onlyfor a short period in Slovenia, but it blazed up in its full force in Croatia. The agitators brought back from Serbia, manipulated with the local Serbian population and together with the Yugoslav National Army, triggered the beginning of destruction, devastation and murder of civil Croatian society. Croatia becomes productive territory for hundreds of newsreporters from all around the world, and from there they inform their homeland stations of the terror appearing before their eyes. One of them is an Australian reporter Suzane Goudin, from her mother's side Croatian. She comes to Split, a town situated along the Adriatic Coast, where, right at the beginning of her journey meets a local newsreporter Mario Matovina. Up until then, Mario also wrote for an Australian newspaper whose owner was Suzane's father. Although Mario was happily married father of three children and Suzane Goudin, a young widow with one child, between them, from the very first start, a chemistry and a strong sense of attraction existed. Mario's father is the former general of Yugoslav's National Army, and in the previous days of aggression within Croatia, he feels shame for all the things that same army is doing to Croatia. He puts his personal experience and places it to his country`s disposal whom he had loved so greatly and would sacrafice himself for. He has a stroke and becomes chained to his hospital bed. In those dramatic moments between life and death, Mario awaits in his fathers presence for the worst. Although he loves his wife, Mario has a hard time denying and resisting the feelings he feels towards Suzane. At the beginning, it was all sexual attraction, which has with time developed into something much more deeper. The terror and nightmare of the war had made them closer. A love was born. Is it possible to love two women at the same time? The southern sky of Dubrovnik was not covered in starts any longer, but by granades and mines. Death spread across the old Dubrovnik's walls. During the artillery attack on Dubrovnik, Mario uses all his power, his body, his mind, his soul to protect Suzane. They go through hell, he is wounded, looses a part of his arm during the ongoing battle while Suzane looses her baby to him at Split's hospital. Although she was pregnant, he didn't know. Suzane departs for Australia, while wounded Mario goes back to his family. All over again, he starts experiencing love with his wife. In the year 1995, Suzane dies inFrankfurt form leukemia. She wished to die in Croatia, but death was quicker and beat her to it. She was buried in her native soil along the Adriatic Coast where her mother was from. Mario did not attend the funeral. He went the next day, when he could stay peacefully goodbye to his wartime love. The war in Croatia ended, right when this deeply moving love story did. The war had brought them together, but it also ripped them apart.

Love Letters of the Great War

Love Letters of the Great War Author Mandy Kirkby
ISBN-10 9781447249931
Release 2014-01-16
Pages 160
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From the private papers of Winston Churchill to the tender notes of an unknown Tommy in the trenches, Love Letters of the Great War brings together some of the most romantic correspondence ever written. Many of the letters collected here are eloquent declarations of love and longing; others contain wrenching accounts of fear, jealousy and betrayal; and a number share sweet dreams of home. But in all the correspondence - whether from British, American, French, German, Russian, Australian and Canadian troops in the height of battle, or from the heartbroken wives and sweethearts left behind - there lies a truly human portrait of love and war. A century on from the start of the First World War, these letters offer an intimate glimpse into the hearts of men and women separated by conflict, and show how love can transcend even the bleakest and most devastating of realities.

Dinky Dau Love War and the Corps

Dinky Dau  Love  War  and the Corps Author Dave Zorn
ISBN-10 1462812252
Release 2001-10-12
Pages 138
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Dinky Dau is Vietnam slang for “you are crazy.” DINKY DAU: Love, War and the Corps is the author’s personal collection of crazy stories from a crazy war and a sometimes-crazy life in the Marine Corps. It was early 1964, the British Invasion by The Beatles had just begun when Dave Zorn decided to drop out of college and join the Marine Corps with a friend. It was the beginning of a wild, three-year ride that included a tour of duty with one of the first combat units sent to fight in the Vietnam War. It was a time when patriotism was still popular—before the draft, the drugs, and the discord. Dinky Dau: Love, War and the Corps is a tale of survival from enemy fire on the ground and in the air, to dysentery and a berserk Army doctor, to torrential monsoon rains and searing jungle heat, and nightmarish animals, insects, rodents and reptiles. It is also the story of two young lovers who, though separated by war, were reunited by a death decades later. Woven throughout the action is the story of friendships made during war and how they endure through the decades.

Love Letters of the Civil War A Confederate Example in Context

Love Letters of the Civil War   A Confederate Example in Context Author Oliver Gebel
ISBN-10 9783638674911
Release 2007-06-28
Pages 60
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, Humboldt-University of Berlin (Institut fur Anglistik/ Amerikanistik), course: HS: Narratives of the Civil War, 32 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract:

Lost Letters

Lost Letters Author Lori Roberts
ISBN-10 9781483539263
Release 2014-09-26
Pages 182
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Ellie Morgan has just inherited an old house; musty, and full of other people’s memories. Hidden inside forgotten letters, she discovers a story of lost love and the soldier who draws her into his world. Will she find love for herself in its unveiling?

Love War and Ice Cream

Love  War and Ice Cream Author M. Z. Fairtlough
ISBN-10 1462093094
Release 2012-05-22
Pages 366
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Set in England, Italy and Spain during and after WWII, Love, War and Ice Cream paints a vivid portrait of Harry and Marina and their families, revealing their triumphs and tragedies, and the twists that ultimately bring them together. Right from the start, we realize that this is not the usual account of family life. For one thing, it’s in short story form, and then there are the adorable photographs and hand-sketched illustrations. There are even instructions for many well-loved family games and recipes: a humble Northern Italian milk soup shares space with the quintessentially English ginger cake, and also with the exuberant tortilla mixta from Southern Spain, all of which serve to celebrate the people we meet in this refreshing and innovative memoir. Harry's family members—the Fairtloughs—were overwhelmed by the enormous social changes that occurred after the Great War, and dismayed by the sudden disappearance of their way of life. Marina's people—the Campos—were resourceful, willing and able to work hard to better their lot. As war simmered, they emigrated from Italy to Spain, where they sold delicious ice cream. Then Harry met Marina. Blue Ink described the book as a “superbly written memoir of two families who represent vastly different cultures… Readers will fall in love with the whole bunch of Fairtloughs and Campos…” For more information, please go to:

Letters from the Battlefield in Love and War

Letters from the Battlefield in Love and War Author DigitalPulp Publishing
ISBN-10 9781933746005
Release 2006-04-01
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Love War and Betrayal

Love  War  and Betrayal Author Margaret McCulloch
ISBN-10 9781458216038
Release 2014-06-25
Pages 232
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Ernie Tennyson, a southern Georgia farm boy, is on the verge of becoming a man?a dangerous time for a teenager in 1967. Before he knows it, he has been drafted and is on his way to serve his country in Vietnam. On his first mission, he is brutally stabbed by the Viet Cong and left to die in the jungle, where a young woman named Anna Ming finds him and rescues him. Despite her best efforts to conceal his presence and their growing love from her father, Ernie is captured by the North Vietnamese and imprisoned. His time in the camp is so traumatic that he returns home to the United States a profoundly wounded man. Stripped of his memory, the soldier fights to readjust to civilian life. Promised to another man, Anna Ming must now conceal another secret: the baby she carries. Her enraged father sends her to China, where she gives birth to a stillborn baby girl. When Anna finally reaches Ernie by phone, he doesn't know who she is. Ernie is further confused when a Vietnamese woman named Laquan shows up and claims she is his wife, forming an unwelcome presence in his life. After a tragic accident brings his memory back, he sends the romantic imposter back to Vietnam and tries to find Anna. Shortly after Anna's father tells Ernie that she is dead, the old man is murdered. With the help of Anna's grandmother, can Ernie solve the murder and finally marry the woman he loves?

In Love and War

In Love and War Author Melody M. Miyamoto Walters
ISBN-10 9780806152967
Release 2015-09-09
Pages 296
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The events of December 7, 1941, rocked the lives of people around the world. The bombing of Pearl Harbor had intimate repercussions, too, especially in the territory of Hawaii. In Love and War recounts the wartime experiences of author Melody M. Miyamoto Walters’s grandparents, two second-generation Japanese Americans, or Nisei, living in Hawaii. Their love story, narrated in letters they wrote each other from July 1941 to June 1943, offers a unique view of Hawaiian Nisei and the social and cultural history of territorial Hawaii during World War II. Drawing on her grandparents’ letters, Miyamoto Walters fleshes out what it meant to live and work on the islands of Kauai, Oahu, and Hawaii during the war years. Although to outsiders, twenty-somethings Yoshiharu Ogata and Naoko Tsukiyama were both “Japs,” the couple came from different socioeconomic classes and cultures. Naoko, the author’s grandmother, hailed from a prosperous Honolulu merchant family, whereas Yoshiharu grew up poor, part of the laboring class on a sugar plantation on Kauai. Their courtship was riddled with challenges. He stayed on Oahu, then moved to Kauai; she moved to the Big Island. Yoshiharu faced the possibility of being drafted into the military. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, they both lived under martial law. Some Americans, operating under nativist and xenophobic beliefs, questioned Japanese Americans’ loyalty to the United States. But, as the letters collected here show, the Nisei were patriots. Naoko and Yoshiharu spoke English, participated in the YMCA and the USO, and taught in public schools. They embraced American popular culture—quoting lines of pop songs in their correspondence—and celebrated both Japanese and American traditions. Through their experiences, Miyamoto Walters shows how Japanese Americans’ negotiation of race, ethnicity, and cultural space in wartime indelibly shaped Hawaii’s postwar economic, political, and social landscape.