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Rapid French Vol 1

Author : earworms Learning
ISBN : 9781905443024
Genre : French language
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On audio CD with accompanying booklet - Earworms Learning, a genuine breakthrough in language learning - 200+ essential French words and phrases anchored into your long term memory with great music.

Bibliography Of Scientific And Industrial Reports

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ISBN : UIUC:30112101034244
Genre : Science
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The American Revolution Vol 1 3

Author : Robert W. Coakley
ISBN : 9788026888710
Genre : History
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Jerrie S. Cheek presents a collection of Web sites pertaining to the American Revolution, appropriate for use with elementary history classes. The collection offers curriculum enrichment materials, as well as lesson plans and other activities. Topics in the collection include battles and such famous Americans as George Washington (1732-1799), Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), Betsy Ross (1752-1836), Benedict Arnold (1741-1801), and more. The Kennesaw State University Educational Technology Center in Kennesaw, Georgia, provides the collection online.

Integrated Design And Manufacturing In Mechanical Engineering

Author : Patrick Chedmail
ISBN : 1402009798
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Proceedings of the Third IDMME Conference held in Montreal, Canada, May 2000

The Americans In The Great War Vol 1 Of 3 Illustrations

Author : Michelin and Cie
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When the United States of America declared war on Germany, it was not known exactly what shape their intervention would take—i.e., if their help would be limited to aiding the Allies financially and industrially and tightening the blockade, or if they would take an active part in the military operations. Opinions on this point were much divided, and if many were in favour of an unrestricted participation in the war, others were for a more moderate programme. When, at the beginning of April, 1917, President Wilson announced that America’s help was to be unrestricted, the army of the United States comprised some 9,000 officers and 200,000 men—a mere “drop in the ocean,” as numbers go in modern warfare. Marshal Joffre’s visit to the United States aroused great enthusiasm; the Conscription Bill was promptly passed, and the American War Minister, Mr. Baker, and Marshal Joffre studied the organization and transportation to France of a powerful expeditionary force. With wonderful rapidity recruits were raised, regiments formed, and training camps built. French and British instructors co-operated heartily, and, pending the creation of national war factories, France equipped the first American army with her famous 75mm. guns, 155mm. howitzers, machine-guns, etc. By March, 1918, the American Army had grown to more than 110,000 officers and 1,400,000 men, with sixteen immense training camps, besides special technical schools and up-to-date aviation camps. When, on March 28, in the name of the American people, General Pershing offered to place the whole of the forces under his command at the disposal of Marshal Foch, who had just been made “Generalissimo of the Allied Armies,” part of the new American army had already landed in France, and several divisions were facing the enemy on the Lorraine front. Meanwhile, the American Army continued to grow apace. In August, thirty-two divisions of fighting troops, besides the staffs of the non-combatant services—in all, more than 1,300,000 men—had landed in France. In October this number had swelled to 1,700,000, while more than 2,000,000 men were training in American camps. The German U-boats failed to check America’s gigantic effort for the “New Crusade,” and each month 250,000 American soldiers reached France, with their arms, equipment, and baggage. It was estimated that in 1919 the American forces in the field would be numerically equal to the entire German army. The victorious termination of the war prevented this formidable American army from demonstrating its full strength, but that portion which took part in the fighting gave ample proof of its mettle. Long before the United States declared war, American Red Cross and aviation volunteers had proved the fine qualities of the American soldier. The expectations of the Allies were fulfilled; wherever they fought the American expeditionary forces gave a good account of themselves. “We have come to kill and be killed, so let’s go ahead,” declared Generals Pershing and Bliss when, on March 28, they gallantly offered to lead their troops into battle. And it is a fact that their men did “go ahead” with a fine contempt for death.

The Configuration Of The Rock Floor Of Greater New York

Author : William Herbert Hobbs
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019804413
Genre : Geology
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Stone Working Machinery And The Rapid And Economical Conversion Of Stone

Author : M. Powis Bale
ISBN : OXFORD:600050994
Genre : Crushed stone industry
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The Ashgate Research Companion To Memory Studies

Author : Dr Siobhan Kattago
ISBN : 9781472405333
Genre : Psychology
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Memory has long been a subject of fascination for poets, artists, philosophers and historians. This timely volume, edited by Siobhan Kattago, examines how past events are remembered, contested, forgotten, learned from and shared with others. Featuring contributions from key thinkers in the field, this comprehensive volume will be a valuable resource for all academics and students working within this area of study.

The New Cambridge Bibliography Of English Literature Volume 2 1660 1800

Author : George Watson
ISBN : 0521079349
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 2 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.

Invisible Hands Russian Experience And Social Science

Author : Stefan Hedlund
ISBN : 9781139500524
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book investigates cases in which national and international activities have gone massively wrong, entailing seriously negative consequences, and in which the sophisticated analytical models of social science have ceased to be helpful. Illustrations range from the global financial crisis to the failure to achieve speedy systemic change in the former Soviet Union and the failure to achieve development in the Third World. The analysis uses as a backdrop long-term Russian history and short-term Russian encounters with unrestrained capitalism to develop a framework that is based in the so-called new institutionalism. Understanding the causes of systemic failure is shown to require an approach that spans across the increasingly specialized subdisciplines of modern social science. Demonstrating that increasing theoretical sophistication has been bought at the price of a loss of perspective and the need for sensitivity to the role of cultural and historical specificity, the book pleads the case for a new departure in seeking to model the motives for human action.

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