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In Memoriam to Martin Freier, read Cheryl Freier’s Anna’s Christmas Hidden Truth Poems


Posted by cheryl - November 5th, 2015

Anna’s Christmas Hidden Truth Poems depicts a sense of inner-strength and resilience that Anna Freier had when she climbed out of the bunker that she and her family were hiding in, and she prayed to G-d to save her family from hunger. She was saved. The people in the nearby town and a Priest were bringing food to the people who were hiding in the woods. Powerful story of resilience and brotherhood that actually happened on December of 1944.

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What Would You Have Done If You Were Faced With A War At Your Doorstep?


Posted by cheryl - August 2nd, 2015

What would you have done if you were faced with a war that brought soldiers to your doorstep to displace you from your home and business?
Read the book, The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and answer the question what would you have done if you were caught in a war that was generated from the minds of psychopaths? See the website www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com.

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Greed Grows Like A Weed Spreading Its Seed


Posted by cheryl - July 19th, 2015

Greed Is The Title of One Of Martin Freier’s Poems
The poem on the concept of greed that Martin Freier wrote reads like this:
“Like a weed, greed spreads its seed.
Its appetite grows without end in sight.
Why this is so nobody knows.
Lodged deep within some men and women,
It is a craving, an urge for more,
Again and again……”

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On www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com read the poems in “The Day of the Hidden Truth Poems”


Posted by cheryl - July 15th, 2015

For The Website www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com
From the poem, Life And The Clock from the book The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems. the powerful words that tells us the message…..
”And our heart gods ting-a-ling.
Winter follows autumn in full force.
And time runs its course.
Then suddenly we look around
And snow covers the ground.
As life keeps rolling on,
Another year is gone”……..

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An excerpt From One Of Martin Freier’s Poems, “Life And The Clock”


Posted by cheryl - July 12th, 2015

From the poem “Life and The Clock”, from the book of poetry written by Martin Freier, The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems, there are the revealing words and the revelation of thought:
“And our heart goes ting-a-ling.
Winter follows autumn in full force.
And time runs its course.
Then suddenly we look around
And snow covers the ground”.

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Martin Freier Wrote The Poems In The Book The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems: Martin Freier Was A Survivor Of The Nazi Holocaust


Posted by cheryl - July 9th, 2015

Martin Freier Wrote The Poems In The Book The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems
Martin Freier Was A Survivor Of The Nazi Holocaust In Slovakia
I thought when I presented Martin’s book of poetry, Hidden Truth Poems, into the book The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems that there were only three poems in the collection written about the World War II. The Holocaust situation in Nazi Slovakia had affected every man, woman, or child living in the country. I have just realized that Martin’s writing of poems on death is virtually writing about death and dying in the Holocaust. For a most powerful reading experience and memorable reading experience, read the book The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems.
In Martin’s poem, The Shadow Of Death, he writes:
“The Shadow of Death
Keeps following us wherever we wander
Every day,
Making our future far too uncertain,
Spoiling things for us in every way”

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Echoes Resounding From Tne Past Is On Good Reads


Posted by cheryl - July 2nd, 2015

Good Reads Website Presents Echoes Resounding From The Past Hidden Truth Poems
Good Reads presents Cheryl Freier’s Echoes Resounding From The Past Hidden Truth Poems. It is a novel written about wars. It is a novel written about survival. It is a novel written about life, and hope, and love. For the best of choices, choose to read Echoes Resounding From The Past Hidden Truth Poems.

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Why Japan’s Navy Lost Their Naval Superiority


Posted by cheryl - June 11th, 2015

Why the Japanese Navy Lost Their Winning Edge on the Sea in WWII
Information about the Japanese Battleship the Yamato
The Japanese during WWII built their naval ships with pride and glory for their country. The Yamato and the Musashi, the Yamato’s sister ship were commissioned with pride. These two ships were particularly designed to win naval battles against innumerable odds. These ships were armed with superior armaments to withstand naval attacks by the Americans.
Japan’s Balance of Naval Power Wanes in 1944
The Americans regained their naval superiority over the Japanese in 1944. By the year 1945, many of Japan’s ships were sunk and the country did not possess the industrial power to produce new ships. Shortages of fuel also plagued the Japanese Navy. The Japanese Navy was a far cry from the naval superiority they gained after they bombed Pearl Harbor.
The End of the Yamato
Knowing it was futile to win against the American Naval superiority, the Japanese Naval Command dispatched orders for the Yamato to sale to Okinawa. The Yamato had orders to defend the island to its end. That is exactly what happened. The Americans seized the opportunity to send bombers from one of their carriers. The Americans sent torpedo bombers to sink the Yamato. The Americans succeeded. It was an end to the era of the Japanese pride in their naval abilities and achievements during to the war.

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Cheryl’s Column By Cheryl Freier For www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com


Posted by cheryl - May 31st, 2015

Cheryl’s Column, Written By Cheryl Freier, for www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com
On this date in history, there were some displaced persons, refugees that had been captured by the Nazis that were freed. Notably were the refugees in Rees, Germany who were to be repatriated. Also, other displaced persons because of the war leave temporary transfer camps, which were near Hamburg, Germany. These people were very fortunate to survive the war and to go back to Russia.

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Cheryl’s Column: On This Date In History


Posted by cheryl - May 29th, 2015

On this date in history and in the beginning of WWII, Adolph Hitler gave the orders for mobilization of over 95 divisions of soldiers to prepare for the conquest of Czechoslovakia.

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