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Tricia Goyer WWII Series: From Dust and Ashes, Night Song, Dawn of a Thousand Nights, and Arms of Deliverance $13.75

Songbird Under a German Moon by Tricia Goyer. Edited by Susan Downs. (Had to put that so Susan could add me to her "Books I Have Edited" board. LOL!

Pearl Harbor + Female Pilots + Romance! A great story! A great writer! Historically accurate. I know. I was there. One of the best WWII books that I have ever read. - C. M. Graham, WWII veteran, Bataan survivor, and author of Under The Samurai Sword

Interesting article about counterfeit Christmas cards dropped by the Germans and Japanese on US soldiers during WWII. For over 50 years they have prepared fake Christmas cards that featured those wonderful holiday images as propaganda in an attempt to demoralize the American soldier, make him homesick, and cause him to consider surrender.

CHRISTMAS - ARMY STYLE 1941. A rifle rack gains new utility as Pvts. Kotula and Queen hang their socks on rifles in the rack which is directly in the center of the squad room. "Santa will have to stumble into this, so he can't miss our socks. Camp Lee, Virginia, Quartermaster Replacement Center. December 1941.

Pfc. Edmund Dill opens the Christmas package received from his wife. His buddies share the treat. Left, Pfc. Carl Anker; Right, Sergt. Ted Bailey. ETO, 11/18/44

U.S. Soldiers Caroleers Circle Globe.The Christmas spirit is universal, the traditions unchanging even in the midst of war. Where ever our American troops are to be found throughout the world Christmas Carols will be heard in joyful hymns on the eve of the Nativity of Christ. In Iceland - "O, Come Ye, O Come Ye, To Bethlehem". 1942.

A 1944 painting is of a WWII Marine taking a break from playing Santa Claus and delivering gifts to the troops.

Italian children gather around a GI with hopes of sharing the contents of a gift package he received from home.

Sergeants Harold Silver and Isadore Dennerstein donate their candy rations for European children who had little other hope of receiving Christmas gifts.

A Special Gift for a World War II Christmas A Soldier Coming Home for Christmas in 1944

World War II Christmas Overwhelming Amount of Mail Supporting the Troops!

WWII duffle, originally carried by one H. Rehn of Spokane, Washington of the Fifth Air Force. From Rehn’s markings we can see that he left Spokane on August 8th (year unknown), traveled through Japan and Korea, and made it back stateside just in time for Christmas on December 23rd. Between August 17th and 30th he traveled aboard the SS Marine Devil, and on December 13th he boarded the USS General William Weigel which brought him to San Francisco. (Indian Summer Vintage, 6/05/2011)

CHATSWORTH HOUSE (Pemberley, Mr. Darcy's family home) The largest private country house in England and the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, Chatsworth House is the house used in the film as the exterior of Pemberley, Mr. Darcy's family home. Jane Austen made mention of Chatsworth in Pride and Prejudice, and the Duchess believes that the author was thinking of Chatsworth when describing Pemberley. Deborah, the Duchess of Devonshire, is one of the renowned “Mitford GirlsR...

1946. War is over. America is grateful the family is back together.