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History Of The Civil War In America Book 1 The American Army Book 2 Secession Book 3 The First Conflict Book 4 The First Autumn Book 5 The First Winter

Author : Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans comte de Paris
ISBN : UCAL:$B540470
Genre : United States
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The Art Of Warfare In Western Europe During The Middle Ages

Author : J. F. Verbruggen
ISBN : 0851155707
Genre : History
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First full English edition of classic work on medieval warfare, updated to take recent scholarship into account.

World War Wasteland Book 1 Divided World

Author : J.A. Guy Jr
ISBN : 9781387796700
Genre : Fiction
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In the post nuclear war era, the United States of America is torn into multiple regions, colonies, and groups. There are collective forces sworn to revive America and protect her against all enemies foreign and domestic. In rebellion, are those non-collaborative alliances attempting to create a new world of their own by destroying what's left of the old. The Regional Revolutionists are the strongest non-collaborative alliance inside American territory. The post war created a civil war between multiple aggressors. All claiming the land for themselves and attempting to begin a civilization with their own rules, ignoring the laws and formation of the American country they resided in prior to the war. The War for the Wasteland has begun. *This book contains explicit content*

Caesar S Gallic War Book 1

Author : Julius Caesar
ISBN : UVA:X000536951
Genre : Gaul
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Walking In The Shadow Of A Political Agitator Book 1 Apprentice

Author : Richard Etheridge
ISBN : 9781326840129
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the story of a father seen through the eyes of a son who grew up in his shadow. A father who in late 1940 was quite suddenly thrust into notoriety consequent upon the vagaries of a congenital heart condition and a Luftwaffe bomb; this shunted him from Nuevo Riche cafZ owner's. son to shop floor worker at the Austin Motor Company. Ironically fate interceded once again when shortly after completing National Service the son joined him there in 1957 working on the other side of the fence, after motor magnate Sir Leonard Lord sponsored him as an undergraduate trainee at the Austin.

Lady In The Mist The Midwives Book 1

Author : Laurie Alice Eakes
ISBN : 9781441214874
Genre : Fiction
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By virtue of her profession as a midwife, Tabitha Eckles is the keeper of many secrets: the names of fathers of illegitimate children, the level of love and harmony within many a marriage, and now the identity of a man who may have caused his wife's death. Dominick Cherrett is a man with his own secret to keep: namely, what he, a British nobleman, is doing on American soil working as a bondsman in the home of Mayor Kendall, a Southern gentleman with his eye on a higher office. By chance one morning before the dawn has broken, Tabitha and Dominick cross paths on a misty beachhead, leading them on a twisted path through kidnappings, death threats, public disgrace, and . . . love? Can Tabitha trust Dominick? What might he be hiding? And can either of them find true love in a world that seems set against them? With stirring writing that puts readers directly into the story, Lady in the Mist expertly explores themes of identity, misperception, and love's discovery.

Student Resistance In The Age Of Chaos Book 1 1999 2009

Author : Mark Edelman Boren
ISBN : 9781644210376
Genre : History
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The first all-encompassing history of today's global student activism movement. Student resistance in the first decade of the 21st century was the single most powerful liberating force around the globe during those years. Challenging governments--in a few cases, overturning governments--at a time when representational democracies appeared weak and authoritarian regimes were on the rise. In Student Resistance in the Age of Chaos, Book 1, Mark Boren goes continent by continent, country by country, to show us the contours of the new frontlines of resistance, the sacrifices that were made, the seismic changes caused by the Internet, and the new powers of surveillance and military technology that governments across the globe used to monitor and suppress student groups, raising the stakes and the human cost of resistance in many countries. Mark Boren's previous book on the subject, Student Resistance: A History of the Unruly Subject (Routledge), charted the history from medieval times through the modern period, stopping in 1999. Student Resistance in the Age of Chaos, Book 1, takes us forward into the eventful first decade of the new century, and is being published simultaneously with Student Resistance in the Age of Chaos, Book 2, 2010-2020: Social Media, Women's Rights, and the Rise of Activism in a Time of Nationalism, Mass Migrations, and Climate Change. As Mark Boren writes in the book, "Student resistance throws into relief the relationships within our societies between the rulers and the people. It defines cultural moments and indicates the directions in which nations are heading. And if student activism has a rich and storied past, it is just as true that student movements are shaping the world more than they ever have before."

Storm Rising The Book Of The Wars Book 1

Author : Ronie Kendig
ISBN : 9781493418626
Genre : Fiction
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Mentioned in the pages of the Septuagint but lost to history, the Book of the Wars has resurfaced, and its pages hold secrets--and dangers--never before seen on earth. Tasked with capturing the ancient text, former Navy SEAL Leif Metcalfe is finally given command of his own team. But their best efforts are ruined when a notorious Bulgarian operative known as "Viorica" snatches the volume right out from under them. Iskra "Viorica" Todorova is determined to use the book to secure the thing that matters most--freedom. But a series of strange storms erupts around the globe and the coming dangers foretold in the text threaten crops, lives--entire nations. Though both are haunted by secrets of the past and neither trusts the other, Leif and Iskra must form an uneasy alliance to thwart impending disaster. However, the truth hidden in two- thousand-year-old words could unleash the storm of their own destruction.

The War Within

Author : David S. Grunwell
ISBN : 9781732582033
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Miles deep in the Great Solomon Mines, a covert meeting is taking place that could determine the fate of New Jerusalem and maybe the known universe. A mysterious leader and his cadre of deadly assassins arrive to change the balance of power. If they are allowed to escape, there will be hell to pay. Thrown into war, will New Jerusalem survive where beauty is at the core of the problem? Rolland’s troubles may have started with the Fall of Heaven. This time there is The War Within.

Proclus Commentary On Plato S Timaeus Volume 1 Book 1 Proclus On The Socratic State And Atlantis

Author : Proclus
ISBN : 9781139461979
Genre : Philosophy
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Proclus' Commentary on Plato's dialogue Timaeus is arguably the most important commentary on a text of Plato, offering unparalleled insights into eight centuries of Platonic interpretation. This edition offers the first new English translation of the work for nearly two centuries, building on significant recent advances in scholarship on Neoplatonic commentators. It provides an invaluable record of early interpretations of Plato's dialogue, while also presenting Proclus' own views on the meaning and significance of Platonic philosophy. The present volume, the first in the edition, deals with what may be seen as the prefatory material of the Timaeus. In it Socrates gives a summary of the political arrangements favoured in the Republic, and Critias tells the story of how news of the defeat of Atlantis by ancient Athens had been brought back to Greece from Egypt by the poet and politician Solon.

The War With Spain In 1898

Author : David F. Trask
ISBN : 0803294298
Genre : History
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“Remember the Maine!” The war cry spread throughout the United States after the American battleship was blown up in Havana harbor on February 15, 1898. Americans, already sympathetic with Cuba’s struggle for independence from Spain, demanded action. Brief and decisive, not too costly, the Spanish-American War made the United States a world power. David F. Trask’s War with Spain in 1898 is a cogent political and military history of that “splendid little war.” It describes the failure of diplomacy; the state of preparedness of both sides; the battles, including those of Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders; the enlargement of conflict to rout the Spanish from Puerto Rico and the Philippines; and the misconceptions surrounding the war.

Lexislamica Series Book 1 Islamic Law For The New Millennium

Author : Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee
ISBN : 9780359928422
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Colonial American History Journal Book 1

Author : Paul R. Wonning
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Genre : History
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Undertake your own journey into Colonial American history with the Colonial American History Journal - Book 1. Written in a "this day in history," format, the volume includes 366 stories about the historical events and people that made up the building blocks of the United States. The stories included in the Colonial American History Journal is a great beginners introduction to the United States' past. journal, united states, this day in history, history stories, beginners, introduction

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Author : William Blackstone
ISBN : IND:30000114829413
Genre : Law
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Cherished Secret Book 1 Winds Of War

Author : Mariela Saravia
ISBN : 9781507133613
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Francesca Pembroke is a woman of ripe age, left a widow when her husband is killed in the Battle of Gettysburg. Arthur Robards, an aristocratic young man, is sent to the Civil War to fight for the his country, the Union. But, seeing the war's cost in human life, he flees to a distant mountain, where he is found by Francesca, who takes him into her home and tends his wounds. Love and passion are inevitable between these two, a forbidden love springs up...to become Francesca's most cherished secret. Years later, Francesca's daughter Madeleine Robards discovers a diary in her mother's old nightstand, together with a bunch of yellowed letters, which shed light on her own past, as well as her parents'.

Laria Book 1 Of The Laria Saga Hardcover

Author : Daniel Hellmund
ISBN : 9781300566656
Genre : Fiction
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One man's sorrow is the key against the greatest evil Laria has ever seen. Joshua Owen, a guard in the tiny village of Angeli, discovers the body of a local tavern owner. After learning about the man's missing daughter, Joshua abandons his post against his superior's orders in an attempt to rescue her. His desperate journey to find her leads him on the trail of an even more sinister plot. Joshua doesn't know that the killer wants to end the global conflict known as the Eternal War, but in order to do so, there must be thousands of sacrifices, one of which is innocence. The killer, masked and under the impression he is being led by Gods, wants to rule all of Laria. Joshua, armed only with a warped sense of duty and honor born of vengeance, must confront his nightmares and his past before Laria's fate can be saved.Laria is the first book in the Laria Saga. It is continued in book 2, Laria's Shadows

A Unconnected Place Book 1

Author : Matthew Pointon
ISBN : 9780244344580
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The Florentine Codex

Author : Jeanette Favrot Peterson
ISBN : 9781477318423
Genre : Art
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In the sixteenth century, the Franciscan friar Bernardino de Sahagún and a team of indigenous grammarians, scribes, and painters completed decades of work on an extraordinary encyclopedic project titled General History of the Things of New Spain, known as the Florentine Codex (1575–1577). Now housed in the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana in Florence and bound in three lavishly illustrated volumes, the codex is a remarkable product of cultural exchange in the early Americas. In this edited volume, experts from multiple disciplines analyze the manuscript’s bilingual texts and more than 2,000 painted images and offer fascinating, new insights on its twelve books. The contributors examine the “three texts” of the codex—the original Nahuatl, its translation into Spanish, and its painted images. Together, these constitute complementary, as well as conflicting, voices of an extended dialogue that occurred in and around Mexico City. The volume chapters address a range of subjects, from Nahua sacred beliefs, moral discourse, and natural history to the Florentine artists’ models and the manuscript’s reception in Europe. The Florentine Codex ultimately yields new perspectives on the Nahua world several decades after the fall of the Aztec empire.

The Oxford Handbook Of Thucydides

Author : Ryan Krieger Balot
ISBN : 9780199340385
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Divided into four sections-History, Historiography, Political Theory, and Context and Reception-The Oxford Handbook of Thucydides provides a comprehensive introduction to Thucydides' ideas and their ancient influence. It bridges traditionally divided disciplines, and offers both solid explanation and innovative approaches.

Supplement To The Code Of Federal Regulations Of The United States Of America

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ISBN : HARVARD:HL0IJI
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