The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders

Author: Ernst Klee,Willi Dressen,Volker Riess

Publisher: Konecky Konecky

ISBN: 9781568521336

Category: History

Page: 314

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One of the most painfully riveting books of our time. A first hand account of the greatest mass murder in history as told by the active and passive participants in genocide. What is different about this book is that it contains carefully compiled letters, journal entries and voluminous correspondence that prove beyond doubt that more members of the German population than ever before admitted to, knew about the Holocaust while it was happening.
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Author: Otto Bettmann

Publisher: Random House Inc


Category: History

Page: 207

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Looks at the crime, pollution, disease and general human misery prevailing in the much romanticized years of the late nineteenth century
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The Truth about the Good Old Days

Author: Norman Finkelstein

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595348084

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 104

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A history of the United States during the 1950s and 1960s including sections on health care, eating habits, family life, environmental issues, and the condition of the elderly.
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Surviving Appalachia

Author: Andy

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 0805965300

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 48

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Author: Robert Lot King

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462012515

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 148

View: 9070

In Memory of the Good Old Days presents the inspiring memoir of Robert Lot King. After his birth in southern Indiana, he grew up mostly in rural areas and small towns. He was educated in a one-room schoolhouse with different grades in different rows. He completed his course of study to become a minister at Kentucky Mountain Bible Institute and was ordained in the Church of the Nazarene. He spent most of his life as a pastor preaching the gospel. His memoir, presented in five parts, begins with his childhood years in the early forties, during World War II. From his near death experience at two from pin worm to the memories of his childhood in Indiana, he captures the essence of times gone but not forgotten. Part two explores the trials and victories of his journey as a preacher in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. In part three, he recalls leaving the mountains and returning to Indiana with his wife and partner in ministry. Finally, in parts four and five, he explores creation and offers proof of a living God and inspirational messages about the Christian faith. In Memory of the Good Old Days offers inspiring messages on faith and hope interspersed with tales of a life well lived.
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Author: Ken Tate,Janice Tate

Publisher: DRG Wholesale

ISBN: 9781592170340

Category: History

Page: 160

View: 5401

A collection of favorite songs of "the good old days."
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A History of American Morals and Manners as Seen Through the Sears Roebuck Catalog

Author: David Lewis Cohn

Publisher: Ayer Publishing

ISBN: 9780405076800

Category: History

Page: 597

View: 9440

Explores how the mail order catalogs of Sears Roebuck reveal major trends in transportation, fashion, agriculture, and entertainment in the first half of the twentieth century.
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Author: Ken Tate

Publisher: DRG Wholesale

ISBN: 9781592170494

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 4214

Back in the Good Old Days, we were never bored. First, it was not allowed; second, we chose not to be. If we said that we were bored, our Mom gave us work to do.
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The Good Old Days

Author: Erno Rossi

Publisher: Seventy Seven Publishing

ISBN: 9780920926048

Category: Amusement parks

Page: 186

View: 7554

The American Dream came true in Canada as U.S. entrepreneurs converted a wilderness lakeshore into the Crystal Beach amusement park. An excursion to Crystal Beach meant a trip on the Canadiana or one of the other ferries that whisked eager Americans over the border. Once inside the park, visitors experienced unforgettable sights, smells and thrills.
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Praise for the Good Old Days

Author: Valerie Combie

Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc.

ISBN: 1479601896

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 114

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Lots of Laughter: Praise for the Good Old Days is a reflection of the Antigua culture and customs that enveloped Valerie Knowles Combie as she grew up in the small village of Cedar Grove. From a young age Valerie and her friends learned to treat all adults with the same respect they showed their own parents, because it wasn't just your parents who raised you, it was the village. The culture of loving your neighbor as if they were your own family, working hard, and being involved in your church is what life was all about for the people Valerie knew growing up as a child, and it is what defines her as an individual today. Encompassing everything from the process of building houses to old family recipes, Valerie delves into her memory bank to give the reader a vivid picture of the day-to-day life and culture of the Antigua she once knew. Lots of Laughter proves to be insightful and heartwarming for anyone who has ever had a longing for the good old days.
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I Remember When

Author: Doris C. Smith

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 147729791X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 62

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The Other Side of the Story Growing up, I didn’t have the best relationship with my Father. It’s ironic to writing this book came about. When I was a child, I couldn’t see, in my “little eyes” the love my father had for his children. I could only see a Father that wanted to “keep us from life”. Listening to his side of the story helps me to realize that it wasn’t “life” that he was keeping us from but the “world” and “worldly things”. My Father wasn’t much of a talker back then, as a matter of fact, there was very little talk, especially when it came to “who he was and what he had done in life”. Writing his story gave me a lot of information and answers to questions I had. The “why...what...where...when...and how” was answered and explained. One of the things I admired most of his story was how...if he could do it again...he would do some of the things he done differently. He saw/sees his mistakes. We all have those moments where we wished we could “turn back the hands of time”. Most of all, what I like about his story is...where he gave his life to the Lord. I see old men on the street daily. I think...”that could have been my Father”. How I am grateful that my Father accepted Jesus and his “Lord” and “Savior”. I now understand in my “big eyes” my Father might not have been “this” or “that” but he was the “main” thing...A FATHER. I’m proud of my Father and Mother and I’m blessed to have had BOTH of them in my life. Doris C. Smith
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Author: Ken Tate,Janice Tate

Publisher: Annie's

ISBN: 9781882138395

Category: History

Page: 160

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Back in the Good Old Days life revolved around the kitchen table- not the television. There we brought the fresh vegetables from the garden for cleaning and canning. There we folded hands and gave thanks for the good things the Lord had provided. There we shared bread and time with one another. This look back into the kitchen of yesteryear is sure to warm you just like the old wood cook stove.
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In Davenport, Scott County Iowa

Author: William L. Purcell

Publisher: N.A


Category: Davenport (Iowa).

Page: 232

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a comedy in one act

Author: Alice Callender Thompson

Publisher: N.A



Page: 14

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Author: Erwin L. Hess

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781616462819

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 230

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Comic artist Erwin L. Hess (1913-1999) featured nostalgic memories in his popular newspaper comic panel The Good Old Days. His detailed art combined with easily-recognized themes from American family history resonated with readers who grew up in small towns and farms across the country. The Good Old Days was published from 1946 to 1981. This collection includes over 200 full-color Sunday newspaper comic panels published between 1952 and 1963.
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Memories of the Good Old Days

Author: John Lawrence

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 1615663967

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 165

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It was the Great Depression-a difficult time for most Americans and seemingly even more so for a poor Methodist preacher, his wife, and their seven children. But for Johnny it was a time of discovery and childhood adventure far removed from the woes of the world. His family had very little, So the depression meant little to them. What they lacked monetarily was surpassed by their solidarity, hard work, and creativity. In the Proving Ground: Memories of the Good Old Days, Dr. John Lawrence recounts his idyllic childhood memories of growing up in rural Alabama and Florida. These charming stories show the world from an innocent and untarnished perspective, a bygone era where children were free to roam and explore the countryside, where their imagination was the best form of entertainment, and where the great outdoors-God's entire world, As they knew it-was both a playpen and a proving ground. Journey back in time with Dr. John Lawrence, and discover countless reasons why these years are fondly remembered as 'the good old days.'
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A Victorian Album of Stories, Poems and Pictures of the Personalities Who Rediscovered Christmas

Author: Daniel J. Foley

Publisher: Omnigraphics Incorporated


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 224

View: 4996

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Being Curious Reminiscences Illustrating Manners and Customs of the British in India During the Rule of East India Company from 1600 to 1858

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: India

Page: N.A

View: 965

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