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The Wizards Of Armageddon

Author : Fred Kaplan
ISBN : 9780804718844
Genre : History
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This is the untold story of the small group of men who have devised the plans and shaped the policies on how to use the Bomb. The book (first published in 1983) explores the secret world of these strategists of the nuclear age and brings to light a chapter in American political and military history never before revealed.

Armageddon

Author : Max Hastings
ISBN : 1400043727
Genre : History
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This is epic story of the last eight months of World War II in Europe by one of Britain’s most highly regarded military historians, whose accounts of past battles John Keegan has described as worthy “to stand with that of the best journalists and writers” (New York Times Book Review). In September 1944, the Allies believed that Hitler’s army was beaten, and expected that the war would be over by Christmas. But the disastrous Allied airborne landing in Holland, American setbacks on the German border and in the Hürtgen Forest, together with the bitter Battle of the Bulge, drastically altered that timetable. Hastings tells the story of both the Eastern and Western Fronts, and paints a vivid portrait of the Red Army’s onslaught on Hitler’s empire. He has searched the archives of the major combatants and interviewed 170 survivors to give us an unprecedented understanding of how the great battles were fought, and of their human impact on American, British, German, and Russian soldiers and civilians. Hastings raises provocative questions: Were the Western Allied cause and campaign compromised by a desire to get the Soviets to do most of the fighting? Why were the Russians and Germans more effective soldiers than the Americans and British? Why did the bombing of Germany’s cities continue until the last weeks of the war, when it could no longer influence the outcome? Why did the Germans prove more fanatical foes than the Japanese, fighting to the bitter end? This book also contains vivid portraits of Stalin, Churchill, Eisenhower, Montgomery, and the other giants of the struggle. The crucial final months of the twentieth century’s greatest global conflict come alive in this rousing and revelatory chronicle.

Armageddon

Author : M. C. Bolin
ISBN : 0786889381
Genre : Fiction
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Timed to coincide with the July 4th release of the film starring Bruce Willis, this novelization of the science fiction fantasy film takes audiences on a suspenseful rollercoaster ride when the world faces complete destruction by an immense, scorching asteroid found to be on a direct collision course with Earth. It's a deadly race against time, complete with dazzling special effects and up-to-the-minute NASA technology. Includes eight-page photo insert.

Counting The Days To Armageddon

Author : Robert Crompton
ISBN : 0227679393
Genre : Religion
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The only academic study of the Jehovah's Witness movement, focusing on its views on Biblical prophecy and the end of the world.

The Battles Of Armageddon

Author : Eric H. Cline
ISBN : 0472067397
Genre : History
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The Mount of Megiddo, otherwise known as Armageddon, has witnessed 4000 years of almost constant warfare, beginning with the first recorded battle in history, between Thutmose III and the Canaanites in 1479 BC. In this well-written history, Cline examines over 30 battles between Egyptians, Israelites, Philistines, Greeks, Roman, Byzantines, Muslims, Crusaders, Mongols, Palestinians, French, British, Australians, Arabs and Israelis, culminating in the 1973 conflict between Israelis and Syrians at the Ramat David airfield. Cline investigates the reasons why different cultures so persistently clash in the Jezreel Valley, leading to its popular identification as the stage for the final battle between good and evil.

Armageddon

Author : Joann Sfar
ISBN : 1561634778
Genre : Comic books, strips, etc
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Marvin, saved at the last minute from certain death in a duel by his young warrior admirer Marvin the Red, simply cannot be left to die like he wishes! Whatever he loses, he regains in different powers. He's even become invincible. It's got to the point where he'd rather exchange body parts to get back his mortality. But then he is led to a discovery that may make continuing to live actually worth it...

The Armageddon

Author : C. L. Thomas
ISBN : 1469793024
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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“I’m moving today on the earth with significant power. I too, am releasing to the earth another dimension, of My love. I’m releasing another dimension of My love for the earth to bathe in. My prophets will foretell it on the earth; My voice, My heart, My heart of love to the earth. It’s the new day like no other shining forth as a bride, the bride of Christ, obtaining resurrected power from her Husband. She has the power to carry this dimension of My love. Her significance is without measure, her power without bounds,” ~a Resurrected Love PRELUDE The Armageddon is about a great warrior whose abilities are not his own but that of his Creator. A white warrior on earth, seen by God as God sees His Son. God has given great vision; great vision. To bear the fruit of the sword of significance for the truth of love, ~C. L. Thomas “The prophetic writings of C. L. Thomas speak of family, destiny, love, life and the power of it. They are precious to Me,” the Father. www.alliedridersofthetruth.com

Armageddon In Retrospect

Author : Kurt Vonnegut
ISBN : 1101207795
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The New York Times bestseller-a "gripping" posthumous collection of previously unpublished work by Kurt Vonnegut on the subject of war. A fitting tribute to a literary legend and a profoundly humane humorist, Armageddon in Retrospect is a collection of twelve previously unpublished writings on war and peace. Imbued with Vonnegut's trademark rueful humor and outraged moral sense, the pieces range from a letter written by Vonnegut to his family in 1945, informing them that he'd been taken prisoner by the Germans, to his last speech, delivered after his death by his son Mark, who provides a warmly personal introduction to the collection. Taken together, these pieces provide fresh insight into Vonnegut's enduring literary genius and reinforce his ongoing moral relevance in today's world. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Armageddon

Author : Tim LaHaye
ISBN : 141434130X
Genre : Fiction
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The scattered Tribulation Force is drawn inexorably toward the Middle East, as are all the armies of the world, when history hones in on the battle of the ages. During the last year of the Great Tribulation, safe houses are no longer safe, friends and loved ones must commemorate two lives in one memorial service, and the cast of characters dramatically changes. By the time of the war of the great day of God the Almighty, homes have been uprooted, new alliances forged, and the globe has become a powder keg of danger.

In Armageddon S Shadow

Author : Greg Marquis
ISBN : 0773520791
Genre : History
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The important and long-standing economic, social, and kinship ties between the United States and Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island were profoundly shaken by the Civil War. In this engaging and accessible account, Greg Marquis explores the shadow cast on the Maritimes and its people by America's bloodiest conflict. In Armageddon's Shadow chronicles events as they unfolded and highlights the very real threat of conflict between Britain and the United States. Major crises such as the highjacking of the Chesapeake by Confederate partisans and the destructive cruise of the CSS Tallahassee – the only Confederate warship to reach a mainland British North American port – in addition to Halifax's growing importance as a communications link for the South and the Maritimes' involvement in blockade running are recounted in detail. In Armageddon's Shadow also explores the impact of the Civil War at a more personal level. Marquis highlights Maritimers' growing support for the beleaguered Confederacy, despite the colonies' official neutrality, and the grave implications this had for local race relations. He describes the impact of refugees, crimping, and recruiting on Maritimers' attitudes and recounts the experiences of some of the thousands of men born in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island who served in the Civil War. Drawing extensively on newspaper reports, personal papers, and local histories, Marquis captures the drama of events as they unfolded, effectively putting the reader into the thick of the action and into the minds of the individuals involved. In Armageddon's Shadow is a must read for anyone with an interest in the American Civil War or the history of the Maritime provinces.

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