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All War Short Stories

25 Most Recent War Short Stories

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“Vinh MŶ” by Byron Edgington
A war story but with a twist. This mission in Vietnam in 1970 made me the pilot I was to become...
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Read excerpt from A  DIFERENT KIND OF SUICIDE BOMBER A DIFERENT KIND OF SUICIDE BOMBER by George Liebermann, M.D.
In north-east France, in the little town Thil, deep in a mine was a secret V1 rocket factory. When truckloads of V1 were supposed to be delivered to a train, a French Maquis together with a priest were ready to blow it up. Pierre placed a load of explosives adjacent to the road and he went uphill to..
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A Boy, A Man, A Hero by Margaret Purslow
This is NOT a fictitious story, this was life during the war years in Manchester in the 1940's, that was not just any boy. Did I know when I walked beside the rippling stream and made acorn leaf boats float buoyantly down; when you took my hand, guiding me between the autumn leaves with yo..
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A Child may not Die by Richard Kallao
original..
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A Letter ( In the mist of war ) by Paul Berube
July 4th 1970..
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A Medic With Mission by Paul Mc Cann
In wartime we hear an inner call that brings new strength and love into a vocation ...
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A Nightmare that never Went Away by Richard Kallao
original..
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A Royal Filly by Beryl McMullen
A true story - In the darkest days of World War 11 - in the midst of devastation there was innocence and hope! ..
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Ablutions in Blood by Dallas D'Angelo-Gary
What sets a hero apart from the rest of the group? Is it bravery, or is it vision?..
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After The Blame by Paul Mc Cann
The story of a migrant family living in a new land after war is over . ..
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Alive And Going Home by Bill Fullerton
Veterans Day (11/11) is set aside for Americans to honor those who served in our armed forces, especially those who lost their lives while doing so. The following story is loosely based on some of the things that happened around me while I was in Vietnam. It's dedicated to Sandy, and Hassle, and To..
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Amere's Journal: April.21.06 by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Daddy is headed for a war zone... ..
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Amere's Journals: Tears for My Homeland by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Father and I were up watching the news on CNN, listening to Anderson Cooper speak to Nancy Grace about her new book Eleventh Victim when it was preempted, the news was that a suicide bomber had attacked Kabul...
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Amir. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young child from Iraq comes to the United State for medical treatment and to escape the war that's been going on in his country for the past several years. This is his story. Image (c) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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An Update: Maria Elena Melendez, Her Story Continued (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A young woman who was injured in Iraq earlier this year struggles to regain her life after she lost an eye, hand, and leg in an enemy attack that gravely injured her and killed some of her fellow soldiers while they were on assignment. She is finally back home in her native Texas, and she just got o..
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And the Bugle Called... by Richard Radtke
This essay really has no particular genre, it is one that will be read many ways by many people. It has been published more than once and usually generates some comments. ..
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Article on Alan Turing by Mike Green
Despite cracking of the Nazi's Enigma Code, and thus helping end World War II, as well as making many of the important steps in the development of computer technology, British society would destroy the life of Alan Turing, one of its most talented sons. This is his story. ..
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Auschwitz: The Holocaust, As Seen By A Young Handicapped Child by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Not only did the adults suffer during the Holocaust: the children did, too, and they were treated just as badly. Such as was the case of young Ruben Ostrowicz, a little Jewish boy of Polish extraction, who happened to be born handicapped. This was written prior to his death. (He was gassed to death...
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Baby Faizul. (Part One) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A relief worker falls helplessly in love with a little war casualty she is taking care of. Image of nighttime lightning (c) 2010, by Karla Dorman...
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Baby Faizul. (Part Three) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
"This child reminds us that even in war, there is beauty." Little Faizul is just about recovered, but he still faces months of rehabilitation and therapy. ..
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Baby Faizul. (Part Two) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A little boy caught in war continues to recover from devastating injuries...
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Baby Girl by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
A story I am working on about how even the Vietnam War could not break the bond between a sister and a brother...This is the first draft of the story.....
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Baby Girl Conclusion by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
This Concludes Baby Girl but may not be the last you hear about Vinnie, Teresa (Baby Girl) or Billy.....
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Baby Girl Part Three by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
“No Baby Girl, I would never want that, I fought so you didn’t have to.” ..
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I Was There: Auschwitz, As Viewed By Amelia Rosalie Gryzelski-Warner, Survivor of the Holocaust And Auschwitz by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A surivor of the Holocaust tells us her harrowing story...
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I'd Do It Again (Deseret's Story) Part Four by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I do not regret answering the call, serving and protecting my country. ..
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If Only I Could Remember His Name by James Alonzo
Tending to a severely wounded soldier, and not remembering his name..
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Jacks All Right by Paul Mc Cann
Sometimes all's not fair in love and war ...
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Baby Girl Part Two by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Vinnie and Teresa's story continues, Vinnie is coping with memories of Vietnam and being paralyzed while his younger sister Teresa who he affectionately calls Baby Girl is trying to understand why so many people treat her brother so poorly, some have gone as far as to spit o..
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Bang, We're All Dead by Richard Kallao
After seeing the news again today I cried and I had to say something about war one word,it stinks . ..
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Before the Garden of Paradise by Peter Cooper
Stefan loves his horses more than he cares about the war. What he encounters while trying to keep them safe is more than he ever could have dreamed...
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Burn by Huda Orfali
A newsreporter memoir..
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By God's Hand: Kathleen's Story by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I am recovering now, but I will never be the same. I will never walk again on my own two legs. ..
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By God's Hand: Kathleenes Story: Part Three by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Nightmares still haunt me, I can still remember the day I lost my legs, The Suicide bomber, who nearly took my life, he was little more than a child, and they say we are the monsters! Who uses children to kill others, and kills them in the process..
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Children of a Lesser War. by Richard Kallao
original...
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Cotton Road by Rene Holden
Leland DuBois was born in the woods of north Texas and raised half wild by his own description. Yet he learned to conform to the ways of the world and become a success of sorts. ..
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Cry me Not a Tear by Richard Kallao
original..
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Dead a simple Title ? by Richard Kallao
original..
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Dear Charlie: I've Been There You Will Make It Through With Support by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Perhaps what I am writing is going to upset you, but I can sit around feeling that your world has ended or you can get back to living. I understand the pain, but we can not live by that pain. ..
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Death of Innocence by Cheryl Carpinello
Story of one of a multitude of children who have lost their lives, their childhood, and their family in the chaos and violence of Africa...
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Death Under The Hood by Paul Mc Cann
All used to be fair inside the WarZone that used to be Belfast City . This story intends to bring some light into the complexity of that ...
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Don't You Know There's a War On? by Jacob Jaffe
The following is a short story about a nineteen-year-old World War II pilot's last furlough with his family before he's shipped overseas, never to be heard from again. "Don't You Know There's a War On?" a short story Military supplies and troop transfers ha..
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DROP YOUR WEAPONS AND PUT YOUR HANDS BEHIND YOUR BACK by NEILSON WILLIAMS
What you say or do will be used against you in the eyes of GOD..
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Escape From Interrogation by Paul Mc Cann
Sometimes in war miracles can happen ,like surviving torture ...
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Ezekiel's Wheel by R. Steven Reynolds
This story is partly fiction. That's all I am going to say. ..
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First Kill by Fred Tomasello
How do we learn to kill? Why did I buy into war?..
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Flower Children Part One by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Teresa from "Baby Girl is Now A Mother of Two beautiful children, and the little girls just love their Uncle Vinnie, but Vietnam still has left it scars with Vinnie, more than just the wheelchair its the scars on his heart.....
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For All of Us by Richard Kallao
original war is the most useless thing in the world,all it brings is death and destruction,who needs it?..
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Forget Me (Not Fade Away) by Beem Weeks
The loss of all things...
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Free From Fear by Paul Mc Cann
A Soldier who returns home needs time to sort out big issues in his life . ..
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Female Suicide Bombers
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by Rosemarie Skaine

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