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Ikrek Szibériában By Kerekes Béla
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Ez az irat Kerekess József nagybátyám gyűjtéséből maradt rám. Már gyerekkorban is sokszor olvastuk, még az is megtörtént,... More > hogy kiloptam a kopott bőröndből a sárga lapokat, és a kamasz pajtásokkal olvastuk a gépelt sorokat a pincében kiépített rejtekhelyünkön. Az 1960-as éveket írjuk. Az tetszett benne, hogy utaznak a szereplők, nem az, hogy háborúznak. Akkor a bezártság volt az alapélmény, egyszerűen nem lehetett legyűrni azt a kínt. Külön érdekes, hogy az orosz emberekről, katonákról nem szörnyűségeket ír, hanem az emberi segítség legszebb példáit hozza. Ez akkor szintén furcsa volt, és hihetetlen. Más volt addigra már a tapasztalat a háborúról, megszállásról, az ideiglenesen itt tartózkodókról. A szövegen nem változtattam semmit, a helyesírást is megtartottuk. Személyesen nem ismertem az emlékirat szerzőjét, a rokonsági fokunk is homályos. A címlapon Hangya-igazgatóként adja meg titulusát. Igaz, nagyszerű ember lehetett, az egész memoárt áthatja a hit, a meggyőződés, a tenni kész hazaszeretet. Kerekes Pál< Less
Invisible Heads: Surrealists in North America - An Untold Story By Allan Graubard, Thom Burns
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Surrealism in North America has a fractured history, with several arcs of continuity. Here is the story of one collective that evolves in five cities through various groups over four decades. This... More > volume charts its course from 1971 to the present. Included throughout are works by Schlechter Duvall, C. Brooke Rothwell, Ira Cohen, Will Alexander, Alice Farley, Jack Dauben, Mike Kabotie, Richard Waara, Terri Engel, Jon Graham and many more. This history also represents the relationships between younger surrealists in North America with older surrealists such as Clarence John Laughlin, Eugenio Granell, Philip Lamantia, Mario Cesariny, Marie Wilson, Radovan Ivsic and Annie Le Brun. Essential to understanding the fate of surrealism in North America, this history has now found its voice and compass, just beyond the limits set by the past . . . Now in one volume with corrections and new indexes added . . . Enter and leave as you please . . .< Less
War Powers in the 21st Century By Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate
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Uncertainty over Congress's role in two successive wars - Korea and then Vietnam - led to the passage of the War Powers Resolution in 1973. I think it's fair to say it was significantly a reaction to... More > America's longest war, one that pulled the country apart and left many questions about responsibilities and Presidential decisions. The resolution, which today's witnesses recommend repealing, has been controversial ever since it was enacted over President Nixon's veto. The 1973 resolution represented Congress's best effort to try to clarify and make concrete its role in the decision to go to war. That resolution required that the President consult with Congress prior to, and on a regular basis after, U.S. forces were deployed. More controversially, the law required that the President withdraw our forces within 60 days of their deployment into combat, absent specific congressional authorization or an extension of the deadline by Congress.< Less
Right on the Scaffold, or The Martyrs of 1822 By Mr. Archibald H. Grimke
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In "Right on the Scaffold, or The Martyrs of 1822," Archibald Grimke presents an account of the attempted Denmark Vesey slave revolt in Charleston, S.C. in 1822. Vesey was transported from... More > Africa to Charleston as the personal servant of a slave trader, but paid for his freedom with lottery winnings when as a young man. Vesey resided in Charleston after purchasing his freedom and became a successful carpenter and a trusted and respected member of the community.< Less
Joe Kennedy: The Cover-Ups Exposed By Robert Bruce Baird
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The Round Table at Camelot in the time of the Merovingian King named Arthur has a similar probable use to those created by Cecil Rhodes as part of a plan to bring the world under one organized... More > structure. Old Joe Kennedy was a man who knew his Merovingian roots and all the things we need to make this happen. He also was a very rapacious self-centered power-tripper.< Less
Our Earth: Volcanoes By Conor Magennis
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This book will take you from the crater of vesuvuis to the atmosphere of earth.
The "Magic" 1,000-foot Circle: Eighth Air Force Precision Bombing Mission No. 113 of 9 October 1943 By Robert H. Hodges
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Merriam Press Military Monograph No. 24. First eBook Edition 2015. Detailed account of the aerial attack by B-17 bombers of the 94th, 95th, 100th, 385th, 390th Bomb Groups against the Marienburg... More > Focke-Wulf factory. This raid was a prime example of the USAAF’s ability to bomb targets with precision. Also includes coverage of the follow-up raids to the same target. Contents: Foreword. “Critical Week” Begins. Marienburg. Results. Marienburg Revisited. Addendum. Glossary. Bibliography. 14 photos, 1 illustration, 3 maps, 1 diagram, 2 tables, 3 charts. Author flew 400 hours in B-17s in World War II with 486th Bomb Group.< Less
The History of the 43rd Infantry Division, 1941-1945 By Joseph E. Zimmer, Colonel, Infantry (Retired)
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Merriam Press Military Monograph No. 23. First eBook Edition 2015. The story of the U.S. Army’s 43rd “Winged Victory” Division whose memorable record in World War II will stand... More > forever as an inspiration to all freedom-loving Americans. The Division was organized following World War I, and was made up of National Guard troops from the New England States—Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Connecticut. Many of the organizations, particularly the Infantry Regiments and the Field Artillery Battalions had World War I records, and some had histories dating back to the days of the Revolutionary War. The 43rd saw duty and combat in such places as New Zealand, New Caledonia, Guadalcanal, the Russells, New Georgia, Munda, Arundel, New Guinea, invasion of Lingayen, the Shimbu Line, and Ipo Dam, as well as the surrender and occupation. 58 photos and illustrations, 14 maps.< Less
The Classics: Bringing History to Life By Marilyn Ebel
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"The Classics: Bringing History to Life" leads the reader inside historical events. History covered includes Early America, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Precursors to European Revolution,... More > Revolution and the Napoleonic Era in Europe. Experience history as it's being made, understanding the events and feeling the emotions as fictionalized and interpreted by the author is a special delight of fictionalized history. The reader is shown how to find and download classic novels from the Internet, building a personal e-book library. Lists of classic novels related to history provide starter titles to search for. Marilyn Ebel, the author, attempts to keep the book current with the latest technology for saving and reading books in the reader's personal e-book library, for example cell phone and tablet readers.< Less
GALVESTON TEXAS: before 1901 By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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This revised edition is the story of a man who fell in love with Galveston Island, married, and began a family before the Hurricane of 1900 destroyed not only his family but the island. It is told... More > from his point of view, in prose and poetry intermingled amidst historical facts as Poet Laureate Jean Elizabeth Ward so loves to do. With a final chapter in alphabetical order.< Less