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An essay and manual on training for war by retired Army lieutenant colonel Tom Kratman, creator of the popular Carrera military science fiction series, including novels A Desert Called Peace, Carnifex, Come and Take Them, and The Rods and the Axe. Kratman’s contention: an army is for winning...
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Training for War: An Essay
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The Newport Tower is a crude, round stone structure in Newport, Rhode Island. It is said that it was built by early colonists, as a windmill. However, there is little evidence to support that claim, and a wealth of evidence indicating that it is of much older construction, probably precolumbian....
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Newport Tower: Unsettled History
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**SILVER / 2ND PLACE WINNER - 2019 FEATHERED QUILL BOOK AWARDS**He was a Soviet defector – She worked for the U.S. Federal Government.“Do we really know what we are getting ourselves into…” Sergei Kourdakov jumped from a Russian trawler in 1971 and barely survived the treacherous swim to...
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The need for security expressed by various actors has resulted in both the private military companies and private security companies. I consider those actors being very important in the overall design of the security, taking into account their capabilities, and the ability to act in contexts...
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In writing this book the author had only one end in view, that of relating in a simple way his experiences as a mountaineer. In these days, when such experiences are fast becoming a thing of the past, the story is of special interest....
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Born into “the blessings of liberty in a free State,” Solomon Northup was kidnapped and sold into slavery in the Bayou Boeuf region of Louisiana’s Red River Valley. Twelve Years a Slave is the chronicle of his captivity at the mercy of sadistic plantation owner Edwin Epps, who tested...
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Sara's Song: Bolstered by Hope ... a segregated train ride is only the beginning.More than anything Sara hoped her life on Julia Street would be a sweet melody, but fate had more of a haunting refrain in mind.After leaving Chicago behind, Sara and husband Ben Jameson settled into an all Black South...
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Let me start with an apology. I’ve told so many stories about Mendocino over the years that I do not know which is true and which is fantasy. I’ve probably mixed up dates and places and names. I apologize. But I’m not trying to write a history of Mendocino, just to capture a moment in time....
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California Magic
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The Battle of Belleau Wood (1–26 June 1918) occurred during the German 1918 Spring Offensive in World War I, near the Marne River in France. The battle was fought between the U.S. Second (under the command of Major General Omar Bundy) and Third divisions along with French and British forces...
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In Lessons from China, Fulbright Scholar and American Studies Professor Amy Werbel paints a vivid portrait of China’s rising generation of university students. Seeing Frederick Douglass, Andrew Carnegie, the Vietnam War, Malcolm X, Timothy Leary, and Betty Friedan through their eyes reveals as...
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Lessons from China
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It is December 2012. German born Hannah Franklin declares to her family that she is terminally ill with cancer. With only weeks to live, she reveals secrets about her past that place her at the heart of the Third Reich at the end of the Second World War. Her Grandson, Alex, a history teacher, is...
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This Visceral History* is a short account of overwhelming grit founded on values passed from father to son, both called Tom Shelnutt. The story features a coal mine and a group of never say quit miners who wouldn't give up the ghost until the spirit rose up into the sky. The essence of this history...
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“Unbelievable,” “Amazing,” and “Impossible” . . . those words are uttered countless times a day in several different languages in small-town Dover, Ohio, because people can hardly believe what they see. They are the tens of thousands who visit the backyard museum of Ernest “Mooney”...
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Three Years Among the Comanches: The Narrative of Nelson Lee, the Texas Ranger; Containing a Detailed Account of His Captivity Among the Indians, His Singular Escape Through the Instrumentality of His Watch, and Fully Illustrating Indian Life as It is......
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A portrait of a great American dynasty and its legacy in business, technology, the arts, and philanthropyMeyer Guggenheim, a Swiss immigrant, founded a great American business dynasty. At their peak in the early twentieth century, the Guggenheims were reckoned among America's wealthiest, and the...
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The Guggenheims: A Family History
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Revolutionary War and Civil War Spirits seen today! A horseman in a Continental Army uniform terrorizes a modern highway: is Mad Anthony Wayne still trying to turn the tide at the Battle of Brandywine? A plaintive battle cry echoes at Antietam: did modern schoolboys meet the famous Irish Brigade?...
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This is book three of a series that follows a young helicopter pilot during his tour of duty in Vietnam....
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Friendly Fire (Jayhawk Two One Book 3)
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With humor and zest for life, Eddie Melin relates stories spanning the ninety-six beginning in 1912. One reviewer said that reading his anecdotes is like having a good cup of coffee with an old friend. The stories reflect the best America has to offer--hunting rabbits in the Missouri countryside...
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In an 1821 Independence Day speech, John Quincy Adams declared, “[America] goes not abroad in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own.” Much has changed in the past two centuries, and...
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Liberty, Security, and the War on Terrorism
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A Twentieth-Century Scarlett O’HaraLove, hate, ambition, greed, lasciviousness—human nature is laid bare in this story about the fall of the grandest house in Hebron, Georgia. Following the sudden death on the same night of her infant son and her rich and powerful husband, Ada McCallum, too...
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When the Bough Breaks: Rockabye Baby
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Use primary sources to enhance your study of ancient history.This 74-page ebook can be used to supplement any ancient history curriculum and is suitable for ages ten through adult. For this volume, we combed through the books of ten ancient authors to find 23 significant excerpts concerning Julius...
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Undoubtedly, "The Revolution WILL be televised" was the main players' motto. Most Romanians only saw their revolution on their small black and white televisions while others were the actors, willing and uninformed. Young draftees, sacrificied to put on a show to fool a deceived population into...
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The Pigs' Slaughter
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Based on the life of frontiersman William McClung, 'William McClung-Appalachian Frontiersman' relates the story of life on the western borders of Virginia during the tumultuous years of the Revolutionary War in America. William McClung was a patriot, an Indian fighter, an explorer, a pioneer and a...
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Celia Bryant-Smythe could never have imagined the high price she would have to pay for her one mistake.As her father, Henry Bryant-Smythe learns of her indiscretion, he not only deals with it, but stamps on it with a resounding thud that will ricochet through the years. He cares nothing for the...
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Vernon and Sylvia were still living off-the-grid, in a rundown old cabin on the banks of a stream in the remote wilderness of Alaska. But now they began living there the year round, going to town only two or three times a year to buy groceries and other supplies, or when Sylvia was due to have...
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*Includes pictures.*Includes footnotes for further reading.*Includes a table of contents. Many ancient civilizations have influenced and inspired people in the 21st century, like the Greeks and the Romans, but of all the world’s civilizations, none have intrigued people more than the Mayans...
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Mayapan: The History of the Mayan Capital
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Robert Picot wakes up on the morning after Hurricane Katrina passes and finds Margeaux dead, laying on the bed next to him in their flooded home. He embarks on a mission to give her an appropriate burial, a mission which leads him on a raft made out of a door through the flooded city, down a...
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Hope for a Funeral
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Jesus or Yeshua: Exploring the Jewish Roots of ChristianityIt has taken 2000 years for the Jewish roots of Christianity to be yanked out of its Hebraic origins. The Jewish or Gentile follower of Jesus who reads Jesus or Yeshua: Exploring the Jewish Roots of Christianity will discover that much of...
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For more than 200 years, U.S. Army Rangers have fought suicidal combat missions against overwhelming odds—earning their unrivaled reputation as the world’s premier warriors with bravery and blood. Now, in the first complete chronicle of this elite combat force, Ranger qualified Lieutenant...
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To Fight With Intrepidity
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