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Cave Diving Guide to Eastern France By Stuart Morrison
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Guide to the best cave diving sites in the east of France, from the Cote d'Or & Haute Marne in the north-east, through the Doubs & Jura, the Ardeche then on to the south-east. Includes a... More > special section on the best dives in Switzerland.< Less
In the Eastern Seas By William Henry Giles Kingston
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Henry Giles Kingston (28 February 1814 – 5 August... More > 1880), often credited as W. H. G. Kingston, was an English writer of boys' adventure novels.William Henry Giles Kingston was born in Harley Street, London on 28 February 1814. He was the eldest son of Lucy Henry Kingston (d.1852) and his wife Frances Sophia Rooke (b.1789), daughter of Sir Giles Rooke, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. Kingston's paternal grandfather John Kingston (1736-1820) was a Member of Parliament who staunchly supported the Abolition of the Slave Trade, despite having a plantation in Demerara. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Giles_Kingston< Less
Eyes for the Allies: A Novel of World War II Espionage in Eastern France By Chris Santner
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Set in the rural French farmland and forest west of Verdun, this World War II story is filled with intrigue, action, and romance. Alphonse DeBoy and his three grandchildren—Aurélie,... More > Josette, and Luc—have been supplying food to their American visitor, Maj. Mark Dornier, for close to a year from their farm just outside Les Petites Islettes east of Verdun. Dornier parachuted into the Forêt Domaniale de Lachalade in October 1943, and he’s been living at a World War I French artillery camp. He’s waiting for a second British officer, Lt. Alex Ryder, to join him. Ryder is in love with a secretary, Polly Berson, who is really a captain in the SOE. She also happens to be the cousin of Aurélie, Josette and Luc. To complicate things further, Josette and Aurélie develop feelings for Dornier. As Dornier gathers information on German defensive positions, the Nazis have developed several weapons to slow down the Allies when they invade, leaving it to the SOE and its operatives to gather intelligence on the weapons.< Less
Eyes for the Allies: A Novel of World War II Espionage in Eastern France By Chris Santner
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Set in the rural French farmland and forest west of Verdun, this World War II story is filled with intrigue, action, and romance. Alphonse DeBoy and his three grandchildren—Aurélie,... More > Josette, and Luc—have been supplying food to their American visitor, Maj. Mark Dornier, for close to a year from their farm just outside Les Petites Islettes east of Verdun. Dornier parachuted into the Forêt Domaniale de Lachalade in October 1943, and he’s been living at a World War I French artillery camp. He’s waiting for a second British officer, Lt. Alex Ryder, to join him. Ryder is in love with a secretary, Polly Berson, who is really a captain in the SOE. She also happens to be the cousin of Aurélie, Josette and Luc. To complicate things further, Josette and Aurélie develop feelings for Dornier. As Dornier gathers information on German defensive positions, the Nazis have developed several weapons to slow down the Allies when they invade, leaving it to the SOE and its operatives to gather intelligence on the weapons.< Less
Eyes for the Allies: A Novel of World War II Espionage in Eastern France By Chris Santner
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Set in the rural French farmland and forest west of Verdun, this World War II story is filled with intrigue, action, and romance. Alphonse DeBoy and his three grandchildren—Aurélie,... More > Josette, and Luc—have been supplying food to their American visitor, Maj. Mark Dornier, for close to a year from their farm just outside Les Petites Islettes east of Verdun. Dornier parachuted into the Forêt Domaniale de Lachalade in October 1943, and he’s been living at a World War I French artillery camp. He’s waiting for a second British officer, Lt. Alex Ryder, to join him. Ryder is in love with a secretary, Polly Berson, who is really a captain in the SOE. She also happens to be the cousin of Aurélie, Josette and Luc. To complicate things further, Josette and Aurélie develop feelings for Dornier. As Dornier gathers information on German defensive positions, the Nazis have developed several weapons to slow down the Allies when they invade, leaving it to the SOE and its operatives to gather intelligence on the weapons.< Less
The Eastern Pyrenees & Perpignan By Mark Igoe
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A guide to the French department of the Pyrénées-Orientales including information on its history, geography, climate, culture, places of interest, transport, sports and activities,... More > options, famous people and including over 100 websites giving details of its hotels, restaurants, self catering accommodation, cultural calendars, towns and cities. This guide advises where details of accommodation and restaurants may be found on the Internet, so it is always up to date; written by the author of The Sunday Times Buying a Property in France.< Less
The Tour De France - A Pictorial Inside View By Graham Stuart
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In 2014 I set out to tell the back-story of the Tour de France cycling race, in pictures. My journey started in the Jura Mountains of eastern France bordering Switzerland and Germany, at the... More > beginning of the Mountain Stages, and ended on the Champs-Élysées in Paris 16 days later. Having full media accreditation allowed me to go where I wanted to, including the restricted areas, and I shot images to give the viewer a “tour of the Tour” – including how it looks and feels behind the scenes as well as in front of the TV cameras; the Caravan (an enormous traveling float parade), the build-up to the Stages, the Technical Area, the incredible Tour logistics, the Finishes, the Riders, the scenery, the Rest Days, and much more. While this picture book was constructed around the 2014 Tour de France, the story is about how all Tours work. To my knowledge this is a story which has not been told until now. The book is a picture book, with descriptions under each image, and is best viewed on a COLOR device.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 45. Europe Job Guide (Covers Western & Eastern Europe, Includes Tourist Websites) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of websites and contact information about working in Western and Eastern Europe. There are some complicated rules about working in the European Union if you're not a citizen of it. ... More > It gets complex when you start dealing with income tax and unemployment benefits in countries you're not native to. Before you embark on a job anywhere, contact the country's embassy or consulate in your home country about entry requirements for working there. Non-EU citizens need a work permit to work legally in Europe. The process is that an individual cannot apply for a work permit on his or her own. The prospective employer must do this for you. There is some discrimination in Europe to non-natives looking for work but on the other hand, the tourist industry likes to hire English speaking people for their English tourists.< Less
Walking to Santiago - Diary of a Pilgrimage By Mary Wilkie
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Every year thousands of people walk across Spain to the shrine of St James in Santiago de Compostela. This pilgrimage began in the Middle Ages and has continued for more than a thousand years. People... More > of all ages from many countries walk or cycle this pilgrim route. Like many modern pilgrims the author was neither young nor athletic when she set out from Paris with Santiago as her goal. She was not sure if she could go the distance. This diary recounts the 1800 kilometre journey day by day.< Less
Walking to Santiago - Diary of a Pilgrimage By Mary Wilkie
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Every year thousands of people walk across Spain to the shrine of St James in Santiago de Compostela. This pilgrimage began in the Middle Ages and has continued for more than a thousand years. People... More > of all ages from many countries walk or cycle this pilgrim route. Like many modern pilgrims the author was neither young nor athletic when she set out from Paris with Santiago as her goal. She was not sure if she could go the distance. This diary recounts the 1800 kilometre journey day by day.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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