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Chapter 14

Written by N. W. Boyer All rights reserved

Ashton needed to learn more about Viktor Schalburger. His father had mentioned him on occasions…even calling him “a poor man with a dream”. 1,910 more words

Historical Fiction



Mini white pumpkins
And a thousand wishes
Sit next to a ukulele
And empty violin case.

And beside the case,
Resting on a chair, 73 more words


U.S. Missile Defenses Rendered Totally Obsolete By Mach 10 Hypersonic Missile Developed By China

By Daniel Barker – Natural News

(NaturalNews) China has just conducted the third flight test of a hypersonic missile which has the potential of breaching U.S. 139 more words

News/ Current Events

Why China Can Win in Its Arms Race with the US?

US media Foreign Policy says in its article “Meet China’s Killer Drones” that China is a much larger drone exporter than the US.

The article mentions the political and regulatory hurdles that strictly limit US export of drones. 470 more words

Gen Raheel urges self reliance in defence needs

TAXILA: Army chief General Raheel Sharif has emphasised the need to maintain international quality standards in defence production that would ultimately reduce the country’s import bill through self-reliance. 208 more words


The Arms Race and the Space Race

arms race: http://www.britannica.com/topic/arms-race

spae race: http://www.history.ac.uk/ihr/Focus/cold/articles/godwin.html

At a time where technology was constantly advancing and people were finding new ways to use it to enhance their weaponry, the arms race (August 1945- early 1990’s ) was a key point in history between the USSR and the USA as it was a key factor which further determined which super power was the best. 293 more words

Cold War - Development 1946-1955