Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, U.S. Intelligence, and the Cold War
by Richard Breitman, Norman J.W. Goda
Publisher: The National Archives 2016
Number of pages: 110
This book is based on newly declassified and analyzed government documents. It documents how Western intelligence agencies declined to prosecute war criminals -- often men responsible for the deaths of thousands of Jews and others, and some who had killed captured Allied soldiers.
Download or read it online for free here:
by Edward Shepherd Creasy - The Colonial press
Fifteen decisive battles of the world from Marathon to Waterloo. A famous book which is not merely lodged in libraries, but is read and re-read. The stories the writer tells are as interesting in narrative as human struggle is itself interesting.
by William Hickling Prescott - eBooks@Adelaide
This book was a pioneering view of the Aztec civilization. The story of the life of Hernando Cortes, the Conqueror and the tragic story of Montezuma the Aztec king are essential to this history. Prescott is among the finest of English prose stylists.
by Daniel Defoe - Project Gutenberg
Containing a State of the Devil's Circumstances, and the various Turns of his Affairs; from his Expulsion out of Heaven, to the Creation of Man; with Remarks on the Several Mistakes concerning the Reason and Manner of his Fall.
by Logan Marshall - L. T. Myers
The sight of all Europe engaged in the most terrific conflict in the history of mankind is a heartrending spectacle. The blood-lust leaders have flung their deluded millions upon unbending lines of steel, martyrs to the glorification of Mars ...