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Brand Germany: The way towards an effective management of Germany's image abroad. Marke Deutschland: Der Weg zu einer professionellen Steuerung des Deutschlandbildes im Ausland. By Lars M. Heitmueller
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The road towards an effective Country Image Management. A qualitative exploration among German influencers and decision-makers how to manage the image of Germany in the future. This thesis is an... More > investigation into the perception of important German stakeholders concerning the manageability and the actual management process of the German image abroad. The aims of the research are as follows: (a) to discuss the manageability of country images and the present management of the German image abroad; (b) to identify the special role of Public Relations in this process and realistic approaches and tools; (c) to find out the interests, motivation and perspectives of the different stakeholder groups; (d) to discuss a structure for future Country Image Management.< Less
Lions, Elephants & Bears By P.K. Foster
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An exciting year for Lexi and her sister Ruby when Lexi gets a job in a small New England town being an animal control officer. She has some interesting cases, repeat customers, a German shepherd Al... More > Capone, runaway horses, frisking female prisoners, so much more and her love life, having been a joke before this year, is almost a reality. Who the heck kidnaps animals and returns them?< Less
Men, Women and Guns By Sapper
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This collection of short stories are generally written from the point of view of British Army officers during the First World War. The story lines are conventional, sentimental and often propelled... More > by improbable coincidences, much like the style of O. Henry. As a circa 1916 wartime collection the Germans are uniformly found to be 'villainous Hun.' A great value of the book is the insight the stories provide into life in the fighting trenches and how the brutality of trench warfare affects the characters. McNeile, a serving officer on the Western Front, takes great patience to explain this to the presumably unknowledgeable reader. After the war McNeile became a best-selling author, writing the melodramatic Bulldog Drummond series of novels and plays.< Less
Send Bread Please, Letters from Stalag 103 By Susan Haviar Beutlich
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Letters written by a Slovak Army officer while detained from 1944 until the end of WWII as a prisoner of the German Army.
Die Kettner Briefe By Ilse Wurster
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“Die Kettner Briefe” consists of 39 letters exchanged between Franz Kettner and his family in Germany from 1850 to 1875. The letters, printed in German with their English translations,... More > read like a good adventure novel with each letter providing a much anticipated new chapter. The story is enhanced by photographs, both old and new, and other supporting documents. Read the “Die Kettner Briefe” to learn of hardships and dangers of frontier life faced by Franz in the Texas Hill Country. Franz was an early farmer and stockman in Comal, Gillespie, and Mason Counties. He participated in several campaigns with the Texas Rangers and later, during the Civil War, was a member of the Minute Men (local militia). He ran a store and post office in Castell. He hauled freight from the Texas coast to Fort Mason. He was a sheriff in both Gillespie and Mason Counties and was the Tax Accessor. Franz held the prestigious position of Cattle and Hide Inspector during the era of large cattle drives from Mason County.< Less
Die Kettner Briefe By Ilse Wurster
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“Die Kettner Briefe” consists of 39 letters exchanged between Franz Kettner and his family in Germany from 1850 to 1875. The letters, printed in German with their English translations,... More > read like a good adventure novel with each letter providing a much anticipated new chapter. The story is enhanced by photographs, both old and new, and other supporting documents. Read the “Die Kettner Briefe” to learn of hardships and dangers of frontier life faced by Franz in the Texas Hill Country. Franz was an early farmer and stockman in Comal, Gillespie, and Mason Counties. He participated in several campaigns with the Texas Rangers and later, during the Civil War, was a member of the Minute Men (local militia). He ran a store and post office in Castell. He hauled freight from the Texas coast to Fort Mason. He was a sheriff in both Gillespie and Mason Counties and was the Tax Accessor. Franz held the prestigious position of Cattle and Hide Inspector during the era of large cattle drives from Mason County.< Less
Counterfeit Murder By John R. Dean
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In late 1942, Operation Kinder-B is secretly developed by SS officers to support Operation Bernhard, Germany’s attempt to produce counterfeit banknotes intended to destabilize the British... More > economy. But as a bomber takes off from Holland to make a special delivery to German agents operating in England, no one really knows if the counterfeit scheme will be successful or not. Harry Cole, a German sleeper agent living and working in Leicester, is mobilized to collect a parachute drop of counterfeit notes. With help from a Nazi sympathizer, he deposits the counterfeit money into a local bank and waits for it to unleash misery on the British banking system. But when the operation is suddenly aborted, the order comes too late. As a police inspector and his sergeant attempt to track down German agents and their accomplices, fate leads Cole in an unimaginable direction. In this historical thriller, a German agent, a police inspector, and a sergeant are pulled into a dangerous..< Less
Counterfeit Murder By John R. Dean
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In late 1942, Operation Kinder-B is secretly developed by SS officers to support Operation Bernhard, Germany’s attempt to produce counterfeit banknotes intended to destabilize the British... More > economy. But as a bomber takes off from Holland to make a special delivery to German agents operating in England, no one really knows if the counterfeit scheme will be successful or not. Harry Cole, a German sleeper agent living and working in Leicester, is mobilized to collect a parachute drop of counterfeit notes. With help from a Nazi sympathizer, he deposits the counterfeit money into a local bank and waits for it to unleash misery on the British banking system. But when the operation is suddenly aborted, the order comes too late. As a police inspector and his sergeant attempt to track down German agents and their accomplices, fate leads Cole in an unimaginable direction...< Less
Counterfeit Murder By John R. Dean
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In late 1942, Operation Kinder-B is secretly developed by SS officers to support Operation Bernhard, Germany’s attempt to produce counterfeit banknotes intended to destabilize the British... More > economy. But as a bomber takes off from Holland to make a special delivery to German agents operating in England, no one really knows if the counterfeit scheme will be successful or not. Harry Cole, a German sleeper agent living and working in Leicester, is mobilized to collect a parachute drop of counterfeit notes. With help from a Nazi sympathizer, he deposits the counterfeit money into a local bank and waits for it to unleash misery on the British banking system. But when the operation is suddenly aborted, the order comes too late. As a police inspector and his sergeant attempt to track down German agents and their accomplices, fate leads Cole in an unimaginable direction...< Less
Withered Leaves: A Novel. Vol. III. (of III) By Rudolf von Gottschall
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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: Rudolf Gottschall (von Gottschall since 1877; 30 September 1823... More > – 21 March 1909) was a German poet, dramatist, literary critic and literary historian.He was born at Breslau, the son of a Prussian artillery officer. He was educated at the gymnasia in Mainz and Coburg, and subsequently at Rastenburg in East Prussia. In 1841 he entered the University of Königsberg as a law student, but was expelled for his outspoken liberal opinions. The academic authorities at Breslau and Leipzig were equally intolerant towards him, and it was only in Berlin that he found himself free to pursue his studies. During this period he issued Lieder der Gegenwart (“Songs of the present,” 1842) and Zensurflüchtlinge (“Refugees from censoring,” 1843) - the poetical fruits of his political enthusiasm. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_von_Gottschall< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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