The Fight for Freedom Island

The Fight for Freedom Island
Title The Fight for Freedom Island PDF eBook
Author Trent Talbot
Publisher Freedom Island
Pages 0
Release 2022-02
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 9781955550239

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"BRAVE BOOKS is empowering today's youth with conservative values so that the next generation will be filled with strong and discerning leaders."--Back cover.




Fight for Freedom

Fight for Freedom
Title Fight for Freedom PDF eBook
Author Simon Scarrow
Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Pages 272
Release 2012-04-24
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1423174550

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Eleven-year-old Marcus is forced to train and fight as a gladiator in this fast-paced action-adventure set in Ancient Rome.




Fight for Freedom

Fight for Freedom
Title Fight for Freedom PDF eBook
Author Benson Bobrick
Publisher
Pages 100
Release 2007
Genre United States
ISBN 9780439024136

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An illustrated, chronological account of the American Revolutionary War.




The Fight for Freedom

The Fight for Freedom
Title The Fight for Freedom PDF eBook
Author Rick Boyer
Publisher Master Books
Pages 0
Release 2015-12-15
Genre History
ISBN 9780890519097

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"Watch as American history comes to life in full color for young patriots! In simple, entertaining story form, students are introduced to the leaders, the causes, and the challenges of the Revolutionary War. The adventures of statesmen, soldiers, sailors, spies, and Native American fighters illustrate how God worked both naturally and supernaturally to build a free nation out of 13 scattered English colonies."--Page [4] of cover.




Churchill and Orwell

Churchill and Orwell
Title Churchill and Orwell PDF eBook
Author Thomas E. Ricks
Publisher Penguin
Pages 369
Release 2018-05-01
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 0143110888

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A New York Times bestseller! A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2017 A dual biography of Winston Churchill and George Orwell, who preserved democracy from the threats of authoritarianism, from the left and right alike. Both George Orwell and Winston Churchill came close to death in the mid-1930's—Orwell shot in the neck in a trench line in the Spanish Civil War, and Churchill struck by a car in New York City. If they'd died then, history would scarcely remember them. At the time, Churchill was a politician on the outs, his loyalty to his class and party suspect. Orwell was a mildly successful novelist, to put it generously. No one would have predicted that by the end of the 20th century they would be considered two of the most important people in British history for having the vision and courage to campaign tirelessly, in words and in deeds, against the totalitarian threat from both the left and the right. In a crucial moment, they responded first by seeking the facts of the matter, seeing through the lies and obfuscations, and then they acted on their beliefs. Together, to an extent not sufficiently appreciated, they kept the West's compass set toward freedom as its due north. It's not easy to recall now how lonely a position both men once occupied. By the late 1930's, democracy was discredited in many circles, and authoritarian rulers were everywhere in the ascent. There were some who decried the scourge of communism, but saw in Hitler and Mussolini "men we could do business with," if not in fact saviors. And there were others who saw the Nazi and fascist threat as malign, but tended to view communism as the path to salvation. Churchill and Orwell, on the other hand, had the foresight to see clearly that the issue was human freedom—that whatever its coloration, a government that denied its people basic freedoms was a totalitarian menace and had to be resisted. In the end, Churchill and Orwell proved their age's necessary men. The glorious climax of Churchill and Orwell is the work they both did in the decade of the 1940's to triumph over freedom's enemies. And though Churchill played the larger role in the defeat of Hitler and the Axis, Orwell's reckoning with the menace of authoritarian rule in Animal Farm and 1984 would define the stakes of the Cold War for its 50-year course, and continues to give inspiration to fighters for freedom to this day. Taken together, in Thomas E. Ricks's masterful hands, their lives are a beautiful testament to the power of moral conviction, and to the courage it can take to stay true to it, through thick and thin. Churchill and Orwell is a perfect gift for the holidays!




Fight for Freedom

Fight for Freedom
Title Fight for Freedom PDF eBook
Author Norma Jean Lutz
Publisher Barbour Publishing
Pages 0
Release 1998-12
Genre Brothers and sisters
ISBN 9781577482574

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Siblings Meg and Fred Allerton just can't get along. They even argue about the slavery issue. Fred gets excited when William Lloyd Garrison opens a store in Cincinnati that won't sell anything produced by slave labor. Meg hopes people will deal with the slavery issue peacefully. She becomes very ill, and she and Fred learn some valuable lessons about relationships.




John Brown

John Brown
Title John Brown PDF eBook
Author John Hendrix
Publisher Harry N. Abrams
Pages 0
Release 2009-10-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780810937987

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In the late 1850s, at a time when many men and women spoke out against slavery, few had the same impact as John Brown, the infamous white abolitionist who backed his beliefs with unstoppable action.