The Will To Survive

Author: Douglas McLaggan
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ISBN: 9780864177063
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The shocking and inspiring diaries of a WWII prisoner in the Japanese forced-labor camps of Southeast Asia. A must for fans of The Bridge Over the River Kwai.

The Will To Survive

Author: Karen Zale
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 9780359013760
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?The Will to Survive? is more than a story of a man surviving insurmountable odds. There were beatings, torture, starvation, malnutrition, tropical diseases, slave labor, and human medical experimentation. It is a true story of not only survival, but of choices and how one man lived with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and led a productive and meaningful life. This is John Zale's story.

The Will To Survive

Author: Bryan Cartledge
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A history of Hungary from 1000 to the present day by the former British Ambassador to Hungary.

The Will To Survive

Author: Sir Bryan Cartledge
Editor: Cinco Puntos Press
ISBN: 0231702248
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Draws on the author's experiences as an ambassador to Hungary during the declining years of János Kádár's communist regime to present a rich chronicle of the country's political, economic and cultural development over 1,100 years, from the arrival of the Maygars in the ninth century to the acceptance of Hungary into NATO and the European Union.

Will To Survive

Author: Olly Ritterband
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The Will To Live A Way To Survive

Author: Nolundi Luthuli
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ISBN: 9780620759076
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A Will To Survive

Author: Stephen Greymorning
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
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In A Will to Survive, Stephen Greymorning introduces students to the voices of the Indigenous people they are studying, to get a real sense of what it means to live in today’s world as an indigenous person. Greymorning has compiled a much needed anthology which illustrates differing perspectives, past experiences, and present concerns. He has edited the contributions so that they are accessible for college-level students. The anthology combines timely, scholarly and personal stories in one cohesive volume. The book presents readers with the perspectives of 14 Indigenous scholars, speaking with Indigenous political voices and writing about issues that impact them and their peoples from an insider’s view. The essays are organized in such a way as to blend language, culture, and identity, issues of great concern to Indigenous peoples, in order to bring a greater depth of understanding to readers interested in issues and challenges faced by Indigenous people.

The Will To Survive

Author: Arthur Godman
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 075095311X
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Taken prisoner after the fall of Singapore in 1942, Arthur Godman spent the next three and a half years on the Burma-Siam railway, living in camps along the River Kwai. Like other PoWs, he experienced disease and malnutrition and witnessed the painful deaths of many of his comrades. Yet somehow he retained his sense of humour and perspective, recalling, among the casual cruelties inflicted by the Japanese, small acts of kindness between guards and prisoners which enabled him to retain his faith in humanity. In order to survive he attempted to achieve a relationship with his captors based on their common experience of adversity, learning Thai, teaching bridge and stealing food. The Will to Survive gives the reader a glimpse of the terrifying world of the PoW and includes pictures by another famous captive, Ronald Searle.

The Inevitable And The Will To Survive

Author: J. William Mac
Editor: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452580472
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As Will Larson begins his new life in a new place, he begins to search for his own humanity and for answers to the untimely death of a loved one. Along the way, he creates new enemies, tries to destroy relationships, and discovers a family he never knew he wanted.

The Rule Of Three Will To Survive

Author: Eric Walters
Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 0374301832
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Adam has killed again. It had to be done, part of him knows that, but it changes a person. It can certainly change a teenager who's already grown up too quickly, too harshly, in the wake of the catastrophic global blackout five months ago. In the name of safety and survival, Adam and his neighbors have turned their middle American suburban neighborhood into a fortress, defending against countless enemies. Adam wants to hope, wants to be what his girlfriend Lori wants him to be—but there's always a threat tugging at the edges of his consciousness.What's lurking in the dark is a greater danger than ever before: somebody who wants to destroy the Neighborhood and stop their strategic alignments with other powerful enclaves. More than that, though, it's personal: this somebody wants to destroy Adam. And he knows his prey is already wounded. Soon, the hunted becomes the hunter . . . and Adam hates himself for what he will have to do. Because sometimes even the dark is not cover enough for things that would never happen in the light.

The Will To Live

Author: Drenda Williams
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ISBN: 9781616005153
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A Will To Survive

Author: Andrew Klein
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ISBN: 9781490302898
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A Will to Survive is Andrew Klein's first-person account of his time as one of the youngest prisoners of the brutal concentration camps administered by the Nazis in Western Poland during World War II. Travel with Klein as he describes life in Hungary before the Holocaust, the terrifying experience of being rounded up with his family, the horror of the camps and the ultimate story of perseverance, survival and renewal in America.

The Struggle And Will To Survive

Author: Patty Belsito
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1634172353
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There can be no greater worldly love than a mother's love, for a mother's love surpasses even time and eternity. The Struggle and Will to Survive is a tale of a mother's love for her son who was supposedly suffering from Shwarchman-Diamond syndrome. Her family's struggle regarding her son's condition is a heartbreaking journey that they all have to go through. This book aspires to bring hope to all families and individuals who may have to endure a similar case. It is never easy to care for a lov

The Will To Survive

Author: Anthony P. Dunbar
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A Will To Survive

Author: Franklin W. Dixon
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439114404
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Frank and Joe are an accident waiting to happen when they go undercover to expose sabotage! The Shorewood Nature Center is a beautiful place to hike...to learn about local ecology...or to fall off a cliff. The Hardys learn that the hard way when they go undercover to investigate strange happenings on the grounds. In no time at all, they get jumped, smoked out, and booby-trapped. The Hardys have never run from a challenge, and they’re not about to start now. Someone will do anything to shut the center down, and Frank and Joe have a clue why: there’s a secret buried somewhere on the center’s grounds—a very valuable secret that’s worth a lot more than the lives of two young detectives!

Journey Back From A Major Life Crisis

Author: Sabrina Kay Haralson
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This is a real-life survival story that will offer you encouragement and inspiration.

Will Tomorrow Come A Will To Survive

Author: Cindy McCollister
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412062179
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As a scar's constant itch reminds me of pain once felt, remarks that nothing good could ever come from a child like me, seared into my memory.

Relentless Determination

Author: Andre Thornton
Editor: A. R. Thornton Publications
ISBN: 9780578696294
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Success isn't often achieved by the smartest, most beautiful nor the most talented.Most often, the ones who prevail are the ones who managed to:? overcome one challenge after another? outlast all competitors and persevere? put in the effort until their journey changed them and qualified them for victoryYou will need the right Mental Attitude for the rough road ahead? discouragement? challenges? opposition? doubtThe bottom line is that you will have to overcome both external challenges and internal doubts. Those insecurities, self-esteem, and self-confidence issues will come out when you least expect them but you must not give in to them.

A Childhood Without Amenities

Author: Myrna Lovett
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ISBN: 9781478710127
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The Will to Choose Wisely Despite Abuse and Tragedy...A Childhood Without Amenities is a searing, heartbreaking, inspiring memoir of survival and determination. This is the story of a girl who had nothing in life to cherish except the very fact that she was alive. At the age of six, her mother invited her to commit suicide. But despite this shocking psychological and emotional abuse, Myrna learned how to dig deep into the very core of her being, to find the will to survive. This extraordinary personal story offers hope and the possibility of healing to those who have survived or are in the process of dealing with similar circumstances, or with the stress and trauma of any type of abuse. Myrna will show you that even in the darkest hour, you can be a hero to yourself, and you can make a difference in your own life by making choices that are good and right. With faith, persistence, and a strong commitment to moving forward in light despite dark days past, Myrna shows you that miracles are possible.

Locked In

Author: Victoria Arlen
Editor: Howard Books
ISBN: 1501174630
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ESPN personality, former Dancing with the Stars contestant, and Paralympics champion Victoria Arlen shares her courageous and miraculous story of recovery after falling into a mysterious vegetative state at age eleven and how she broke free, overcame the odds, and never gave up hope. When Victoria Arlen was eleven years old, she contracted two rare diseases simultaneously and fell into a mysterious vegetative state. For two years her mind was dark, but in the third year, her mind broke free, and she was able to think clearly and to hear and feel everything—but no one knew. Her doctors wrote her off as a lost cause, and Victoria remained a prisoner in her own body for nearly four years. But every day, silently in her own mind, Victoria would pray to God, and she promised Him that if He gave her a second chance, she would make every moment count, and change the world for the better. At fifteen, against all odds and medical predictions, Victoria woke up. Finally she was able to communicate through eye blinks, and gradually, she regained her ability to speak and eat and move her upper body, but she faced the devastating reality of paralysis from the waist down because of damage to her spine. However, Victoria didn’t lose her strength or steadfast determination, and two years later, she won a gold medal for swimming at the London 2012 Paralympics. She went on to become one ESPN’s youngest on air-personalities and, after nearly ten years of paralysis, she learned to walk again and even competed on Dancing with the Stars. In Locked In, Victoria shares her inspiring story—the pain, the struggle, the fight to live and thrive, and most importantly, the faith that carried her through. Her journey was not easy, but by believing in God’s healing power and forgiveness, she is living proof that, despite seemingly insurmountable odds and challenges, the will to survive and resolve to live can be a force stronger than our worst deterrents.