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The Great War In England In 1897 By William Le Queux
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The Great War in England in 1897 was written by William Le Queux and published in 1894. Le Queux's work is an early example of Invasion literature genre, which began with The Battle of Dorking in... More > 1871, where the British are soundly defeated by an invading German army. The Battle of Dorking was written by army veteran George Tomkyns Chesney, originally as a warning against the further demobilisation of the British armed forces. Le Queux's novel depicts Britain being invaded by coalition forces led by France and Russia, who make several early advances, but the brave English patriots fight on and eventually manage to turn the tide, especially after Germany enters the war on the side of the British. The invasion goes the other way as the victors divide the spoils: Britain seizes Algeria and Russian Central Asia, thus decisively winning The Great Game, while Germany annexes more of mainland France in addition to Alsace-Lorraine, thus leaving the enemies crushed and both the British and German empires...< Less
PAKISTAN - History through the Centuries By Muhammad Faisal Bhatti
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Pakistan, the Indus land, is the child of the Indus in the same way as Egypt is the gift of Nile. The Indus has provided unity, fertility, communication, direction and the entire landscape to the... More > country. Its location marks it as a great divide as well as a link between central Asia and south Asia. But the historical movements of the people from Central Asia and South Asia have given to it a character of its own and have established closer relation between the people of Pakistan and those of Central Asia in the field of culture, language, literature, food, dress, furniture and folklore.< Less
PAKISTAN - History through the Centuries By Muhammad Faisal Bhatti
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Pakistan, the Indus land, is the child of the Indus in the same way as Egypt is the gift of Nile. The Indus has provided unity, fertility, communication, direction and the entire landscape to the... More > country. Its location marks it as a great divide as well as a link between central Asia and south Asia. But the historical movements of the people from Central Asia and South Asia have given to it a character of its own and have established closer relation between the people of Pakistan and those of Central Asia in the field of culture, language, literature, food, dress, furniture and folklore.< Less
Tracks through the Forest By Francis Swain
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#10 to Project Africa - Journey IV of the travel series, covering Eastern Europe and Central Asia
history compendium By goodwin daniel aniekan
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The history of East Asia covers the people inhabiting the eastern subregion of the Asian continent known as East Asia from prehistoric times to the present. The best known ancient civilization of... More > prehistoric East Asia was China, which flourished in the central plain region and continued until present day.< Less
Jaipur-The Pink City By Students' Academy
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Introduction ... History of Jaipur ... Geography and Climate ... Buildings and Monuments ... Administration and Politics... Infrastructure ... Transport... Road ... Local... More > Transport ... Rail ... Air ... Economy ... Tourism ... Festivals in Jaipur... Interesting Places to Visit in Jaipur... City Palace ... Hawa Mahal ... Jantar Mantar ... Jal Mahal ... Central Museum ... Amber Fort ... Jaigarh Fort ... Isar Lat ... Maharani Ki Chhatri... Bazaars of Jaipur... Johari Bazaar ... Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar... Kishanpol Bazaar... Tripolia Bazaar ... Khazana Walon Ka Rasta ...< Less
Jaipur-The Pink City By Students' Academy
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Introduction ... History of Jaipur ... Geography and Climate ... Buildings and Monuments ... Administration and Politics... Infrastructure ... Transport... Road ... Local... More > Transport ... Rail ... Air ... Economy ... Tourism ... Festivals in Jaipur... Interesting Places to Visit in Jaipur... City Palace ... Hawa Mahal ... Jantar Mantar ... Jal Mahal ... Central Museum ... Amber Fort ... Jaigarh Fort ... Isar Lat ... Maharani Ki Chhatri... Bazaars of Jaipur... Johari Bazaar ... Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar... Kishanpol Bazaar... Tripolia Bazaar ... Khazana Walon Ka Rasta ...< Less
The Irish Credo By John Chalmers
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This story is fast, absorbing and full of conflict, humour and redemption. Set against the backdrop of a cataclysmic abyssal event beneath the Southern Ocean, two brothers engage in a deadly... More > conflict. An Irish writer combines insight and cynicism to produce a life changing document. The rich characterisation and eccentric intelligence of the central players mark this story out as a classic tale of down to earth self discovery. Witty and unusual.< Less
"Negative Consequences of Natural Disasters" By Bekhzod Aminov & Matsaidova Sayyora
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This book is dedicated to teach students from schools, lyceums or universities. This book involves information about natural disasters in Central Asia and especially in Uzbekistan
Separated at Birth By Charles Rodenbough
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Between 1993 and 2005 the author worked in Russia, Tajikistan, and Belarus for extended periods with different humanitarian projects through American Protestant denominations, chiefly Presbyterian... More > and Methodist,and the Russian Orthodox (Department of Education and Catechism, PIMEN, and Metropolitan Fileret of Belarus. This study of his experiences in travel and negotiations on these projects that involved: women's work in the church, departments of education, medical resources, relief distribution systems,inter-church dialogue, Orthodox study for Protestants, agricultural programs, building restoration, Moslem issues in Central Asia, Russian charity programs, Ecumenical programs between US and Russia, Freedom of Conscience legislation.The author discusses his personal Faith journey as an American layman as he enmeshed himself in the study of Orthodoxy and Russian history within the rapidly changing period of perestroika.He perceives a spiritual impulse for dialogue at the beginning of the 3rd Millennium.< Less

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