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Name:  Deborah Bachrach  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Born: N/A

-- Deborah Bachrach on WorldCat --

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Pearl Harbor (Great mysteries)
ISBN: 0899080596

Greenhaven Pr. 1988

Book by Bachrach, Deborah

Custer's Last Stand: Opposing Viewpoints (Great Mysteries)
ISBN: 0899080774

Greenhaven Pr. 1990

Discusses the contradictory opinions and possible reasons for the battle at the Little Big Horn in 1876

The Spanish-American War (America's Wars)
ISBN: 1560064056

Lucent Books. 1991

Examines the historical and political background of the Spanish-American War, its major battles, and the ultimate effects of the American victory

The Korean War (America's Wars)
ISBN: 1560064099

Lucent Books. 1991

Explains how America was involved in the Korean War and discusses its events and legacy

Espionage (Lucent Overview Series)
ISBN: 1560061340

Lucent Books. 1992

Traces the history of spying and the issues it raises for present and future generations

The Importance of Margaret Sanger
ISBN: 1560060328

Lucent Books. 1993

A biography of the woman who sacrified her personal life and health to pioneer safe and legal birth control in the United States and abroad

The Inquisition (World History Series)
ISBN: 1560062479

Lucent Books. 1995

Discusses the establishment of the Inquisition in the twelfth century to protect traditional Catholic teachings, and describes how efforts to suppress heresy led to the systematic torture and execution of suspected heretics

The Charge of the Light Brigade (Battles of the Nineteenth Century)
ISBN: 1560064552

Lucent Books. 1997

Examines a part of the action of the Battle of Balaclava, one of the earlier and most important battles of the Crimean War

The Crimean War (World History)
ISBN: 1560063157

Lucent Books. 1998

A historical overview of the events leading up to, during, and after the Crimean War

The Holocaust Library - The Resistance
ISBN: 1560060921

Lucent Books. 1997

In the atmosphere of World War II Europe, the Nazis imposed hardship and engendered fear and a sense of futility in the peoples of Europe. It was the rare individual who braved this atmosphere to try to save lives.



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