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Tartan Pimpernel

The Tartan Pimpernel
A Story of France in World War II
by Donald Caskie

"As exciting and eventful as the novel from which its title drives. It is an inspiring story, a testament of the power of goodness in the conflict with evil." -Scotsman

"Dr. Caskie recounts his adventures racily and well, without rancour and with constant humour." -Glasgow Herald

"Told with admirable sincerity." -The Times Literary Supplement

The Rev. Dr. Donald Currie Caskie (1902-1983) was a minister in the Church of Scotland, best known for his exploits in France during World War II, during which he helped an estimated 2,000 Allied sailors, soldiers, and airmen to escape from occupied France (mainly through Spain).
The son of a crofter, he was born in Bowmore on Islay in 1902. He was educated at Bowmore School and then Dunoon Grammar School before studying arts and divinity at the University of Edinburgh. His first charge was at Gretna, before becoming the minister of the Scots Kirk in Paris in 1938.

Subject: Poland
Time: World War II
Retail Price: $15.95

 







 

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No Price for Freedom

No Price for Freedom
A Story of Poland in World War II
by Philip Gibbs

"The latest novel by the famous English author, Sir Philip Gibbs, is a magnificent picture of a fighting nation, its romanticism and heroism, its undaunted spirit of resistance and sacrifice. It is a picture of one of the most chivalrous nations in Europe - Poland, who in the last world war fought on two fronts and in the face of terrible odds, against the Hitlerite Germany and Communistic Russia.
In No Price for Freedom a colourful story of one Polish family is told. We follow their tragic experiences under changing enermy occupations from 1939 to 1945. We witness their exploits during the amazing epic of the Warsaw Rising, and follow them in France, Italy, Russia, and England - to which some of them escape with the hope that in the West they will still be able to continue their fight for freedom and liberation of their country.
No Price for Freedom, a vivid and exciting novel, is based on authentic facts. Through its pages move real persons, who played an important and glorious part in the last chapters of the history of the Polish nation, such as General Anders, General Bor-Komorowski, the late Mayor of Warsaw, Mr. S. Starzynski, Father Paul, and others."

Subject: Poland
Time: World War II
Retail Price: $24.95

 







 

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Journey Through the Night

Journey Through the Night
A Story of the Netherlands in World War II
by Anne de Vries

After the Second World War, Anne De Vries, one of the most popular novelists in The Netherlands, was commissioned to capture in literary form the spirit and agony of those five harrowing years of Nazi occupation. The result was Journey Through the Night, a four volume bestseller that has gone through more than thirty printings in The Netherlands.

Subject: World War II
Time: 1940-1945

Age: 12-99
ISBN 978-0-921100-25-6
Retail Price: $29.95





 

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In This Hour

In This Hour
by Rudolf Van Reest

A Story of World War II and the Floods of 1953

"That's a rather rough expression, brother Melse — `traitor.' How could you call someone a traitor if he's simply obeying the government? I would rather not hear such language from the mouth of an elder."

"I maintain that such work as building bunkers is treason against our land," repeated David Melse. "The bunkers have a definite purpose: when armies come to liberate us from the power of the Germans, the bunkers are supposed to hold them back. Each bunker could help sink one of the naval vessels approaching our coast. And on those vessels are our friends — perhaps even our own soldiers. Reverend, you should think carefully what those bunkers represent."

Rev. Verhulst shook his head. "You people have completely the wrong idea about those bunkers. Do you really believe that Germany will one day sink to its knees before England? If you do, you're completely mistaken, brother Melse. Germany will take control of all of Europe and will never let itself be overthrown. Germany is much too powerful to be defeated. Moreover, if you had listened carefully to last Sunday's sermon, you would know full well how I think about these matters. The apostate covenant people spent seventy years in the grip of Babylon, and I'm sure that our time under foreign domination will not be any less.

Subject: WWII & Flood 1953
Time: 1942-1953
Age: 15-99
ISBN
 978-1-894666-68-2
Retail Price: $15.95





 

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It Began With a Parachute

It Began With a Parachute
by William R. Rang

Fay S. Lapka in Christian Week: [It] . . . is a well-told tale set in Holland near the end of the Second World War. . . The story, although chock-full of details about life in war-inflicted Holland, remains uncluttered, warm, and compelling.


Subject: World War II
Time: 1940-1945
Age: 9-99
ISBN
 978-0-921100-38-8
Retail Price: $8.95






 

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Scout

Thank you for your prompt service. My 13yr old and 10yr old sons enjoyed the first 3 books immensely (Scout). I just read "Secret of the Swamp" for the 3rd time to my 10yr old. He can't get enough of Scout. Thanks again, L.C.