About the Author
Charles Ota Heller’s career has consisted of six phases: engineer, educator, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, management consultant, and writer. Today, he is a full-time writer, the author of Prague: My Long Journey Home (2011) and Name-Droppings:Close Encounters with the Famous and Near-Famous (2013). His business autobiography, Ready, Fire, Aim! An Immigrant’s Tales of Entrepreneurial Terror was released by the WriteLife imprint of Boutique of Quality Books Publications on June 1, 2017.
Behind the Scenes
Hundreds of books have been written about World War II, but few have presented the story through the eyes of some of the millions of children who lived in Europe during the late 1930s and early 1940s and whose lives were shaped forever by the dangers, horrors and unsettling events they experienced. I was one of those children.
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When historians look back at the past half century in America, they may not judge Gerald Ford as a great president. He was not elected to the office, and nothing world-shaking was accomplished by his administration. He did sign the Helsinki Accords, which were a first step toward the end of the Cold War, and…