999: The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz

On March 25, 1942, nearly a thousand young, unmarried Jewish women boarded a train in Poprad, Slovakia Filled with a sense of adventure and national pride, they left their parents homes wearing their best clothes and confidently waving good bye Believing they were going to work in a factory for a

Nazi Saboteurs: Hitler's Secret Attack on America (Scholastic Focus): Hitler's Secret Attack on America

A gripping tale of the little known Nazi plot to attack on American soil, and the brave individuals who got in the way.In 1942, amid a growing German threat, Nazi agents infiltrated the United States in hopes of destroying American infrastructure and sowing panic throughout the nation Nazi

Through Adversity: Britain and the Commonwealth's War in the Air 1939-45

Through Adversity is a unique book that provides a comprehensive account of Britain and the Commonwealth s war in the air during the Second World War It combines detailed studies into the tactics, techniques and technology,together with the personal accounts of the aircrew themselves as they


A young woman is caught up in a dangerous double life on behalf of her country during World War II in Danielle Steel s thrilling new novel At eighteen, Alexandra Wickham is presented to King George V and Queen Mary in an exquisite white lace and satin dress her mother has ordered from Paris With

Poppy Redfern and the Midnight Murders (A Woman of WWII Mystery #1)

The start of an exciting new World War II historical mystery series featuring charming, quirky Air Raid Warden Poppy Redfern Summer 1942 The world has been at war for three long and desperate years In the remote English village of Little Buffenden, the Redfern family s house and farmland has

A Game of Birds and Wolves: The Ingenious Young Women Whose Secret Board Game Helped Win World War II

The triumphant true story of the young women who helped to devise the winning strategy that defeated Nazi U boats and delivered a decisive victory in the Battle of the Atlantic By 1941, Winston Churchill had come to believe that the outcome of World War II rested on the battle for the Atlantic A