• 5 Books About Brothers In Arms During WWII

    5 Books About Brothers In Arms During WWII0

    Soldiers fighting together on the same side develop relationships unlike any other. These fiction and nonfiction selections feature brothers in arms during World War II. 1. Brothers in Arms: The Epic Story of the 761st Tank Battalion, WWII’s Forgotten Heroes by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar “A powerful wartime saga in the bestselling tradition of Flags of Our

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  • 10 Books You Should Read In November During Native American Heritage Month

    10 Books You Should Read In November During Native American Heritage Month1

    In 1990, President George H. W. Bush declared November Native American Heritage Month in a, frankly, much overdue effort to recognize the history and cultural importance of the first Americans and, not parenthetically, consider the injustices heaped thereon. This landmark bill honoring America’s tribal people aimed to provide a platform for Native Americans to share

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  • 5 Books About The US-China Alliance During WWII

    5 Books About The US-China Alliance During WWII1

    Most Americans know about the US involvement to assist the allied powers in Europe during World War II, but do they know about the American pilots, otherwise known as the AVG (Flying Tigers), who aided China during the same conflict? These fiction and nonfiction selections document the US-China alliance during WWII. 1. When Tigers Ruled

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  • 4 Must-Read Books About Americans In Paris

    4 Must-Read Books About Americans In Paris0

    Throughout history, notable Americans including writers,  journalists, politicians, musicians and performers, artists and architects, and many others have been drawn to the French capital, Paris. Learn more about the American experience in the City of Light with these 4 must-read books about Americans in Paris. 1. The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough

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  • 5 Must-Read Books About Paris

    5 Must-Read Books About Paris0

    Armchair travelers, are you ready to visit the French capital? Take a trip to the City of Light, and learn about the city’s history and residents, with these 5 must-read fiction and non-fiction books about Paris. 1. Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay “Paris, July 1942: Sarah, a ten year-old girl, is brutally arrested with

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  • 5 Fun And Unique Paris Travel Guides

    5 Fun And Unique Paris Travel Guides0

    Paris: City of Light, rich in art, architecture, culture, and history, home of Notre-Dame, the Louvre, and so many other landmarks. It’s no wonder the French capital is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. But there is more to Paris than the Eiffel Tower. Discover the city in a new way with

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