Archive for the ‘Biography’ Category

The Nazi, the Princess, and the Shoemaker, My Father’s Holocaust Odyssey, by Scott M. Neuman, edited by Adi J. Neuman. An independent publication, 2019. On the first page of this book there is a dedication: “This book is dedicated to my father, my family that lost their lives in the Holocaust, the Jews of RadziejĂłw […]

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Categories: Biography, History, Reviews

The Supreme Commander, The War Years of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, by Stephen E. Ambrose (1936-2002), is a 2012 First Anchor Books Edition. Anchor Books is a division of Random House, Inc. The book, first published in 1969, is divided into two sections: Book One, The First Two Years, and Book Two, Supreme Commander, Allied […]

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The Silent Road, in the Light of Personal Experience, by Wellesley Tudor Pole. Published by Neville Spearman, The C.W. Daniel Company, LTD, Great Britain, 1960-1987. Wellesley Tudor Pole, 1884-1968, was 76 years old when The Silent Road was published in 1960. The initial publication was followed by a series of five impressions, the last made […]

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Categories: Biography, Religion, Reviews

By Gary Lachman Tarcher Book Publishers, February, 2007. Click to Buy this Book! When speaking of the life and work of Rudolf Steiner, the greatest challenge is to express it in general terms. Gary Lachman has done just that. The other challenge for those who know Rudolph Steiner’s work is to speak of it in […]

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By Fawn M. Brodie First Vintage Books Edition, 1995; originally published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1945. Click to buy this book! In the Preface of the first edition of her book, author Fawn M. Brodie (1915–1981) sums up the challenges faced by all those who decide to undertake a serious study of the life […]

Monday, January 7th, 2013 at 00:01 | Comments Off on No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith