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Horrors of War ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY By Peter John Ross
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The Illustrated Screenplay for the indie film HORRORS OF WAR, featuring the complete screenplay, storyboards, concept art, and interviews with the filmmakers
Horrors of War ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY By Peter John Ross
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The Illustrated Screenplay for the indie film HORRORS OF WAR, featuring the complete screenplay, storyboards, concept art, and interviews with the filmmakers
The Horror in the Museum By Howard Phillips Lovecraft
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Aonia edizioni. IT WAS languid curiousity which first brought Stephen Jones to Rogers' Museum. Someone had told him about the queer underground place in Southwark Street across the river, where waxen... More > things so much more horrible than the worst effigies at Madame Tussaud's were shown, and he had strolled in one April day to see how disappointing he would find it. Oddly, he was not disappointed. There was something different and distinctive here, after all. Of course, the usual gory commonplaces were present - Landru, Doctor Crippen, Madame Demers, Rizzio, Lady Jane Grey, endless maimed victims of war and revolution, and monsters like Gilles de Rais and Marquis de Sade - but there were other things which had made him breathe faster and stay till the ringing of the closing bell...< Less
The Horror in the Museum By Howard Phillips Lovecraft
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Aonia edizioni. IT WAS languid curiousity which first brought Stephen Jones to Rogers' Museum. Someone had told him about the queer underground place in Southwark Street across the river, where waxen... More > things so much more horrible than the worst effigies at Madame Tussaud's were shown, and he had strolled in one April day to see how disappointing he would find it. Oddly, he was not disappointed. There was something different and distinctive here, after all. Of course, the usual gory commonplaces were present - Landru, Doctor Crippen, Madame Demers, Rizzio, Lady Jane Grey, endless maimed victims of war and revolution, and monsters like Gilles de Rais and Marquis de Sade - but there were other things which had made him breathe faster and stay till the ringing of the closing bell...< Less
Horrors of War Illustrated Screenplay (BLUE COVER EDITION) By Peter John Ross
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The Special Edition of the ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY for the independent feature film HORRORS OF WAR. We have the illustrated screenplay with storyboards as well as interviews with the filmmakers.... More > Exclusive to this edition are additional interviews and also the original drafts of the screenplays.< Less
Horrors of War Illustrated Screenplay (BLUE COVER EDITION) By Peter John Ross
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The Special Edition of the ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY for the independent feature film HORRORS OF WAR. We have the illustrated screenplay with storyboards as well as interviews with the filmmakers.... More > Exclusive to this edition are additional interviews and also the original drafts of the screenplays.< Less
The Horror of War & The Joy of Joyce (1942 to 1957) By Clifford McLachlan
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Clifford McLachlan, now 90 years old, writes lucid personal memories of his time in the army during the Second World War. He takes us into the narrow slit trenches he dug, from the Normandy landing... More > beach head near Caen, across France, Belgium, the Netherlands and into Nazi Germany. We experience the horror of war and yet feel a sense of humour in the dire circumstances. Most of all we share the thrill of meeting his future wife, Joyce, in England. They both now reside in Victoria, BC, Canada. Why did brave, intelligent, young men follow insane orders and be prepared to sacrifice their lives over and over again on the frontline, just to wear a bunch of colourful ribbons and medals across their chests? Fighting an evil enemy all those many years ago in faraway foreign lands has enabled us, two generations later, to enjoy the freedom we take for granted today.< Less
THIS WAR, THAT WAR, ANY WAR By Jesse W. Thompson
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Here you have a personal history of Naval Service, comments of the famous about war, and a collection of pictures you are never permitted to see in the news.
White House Horrors: The Huston Plan By Church Committee
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Just as the U.S. was obsessed by Vietnam, so too the White House became transfixed by the wave of domestic protest that swept the country. On June 5, 1970, President Nixon called in J. Edgar Hoover... More > of the FBI, Richard Helms of the CIA, and others from the military intelligence agencies. He charged them with getting better information on domestic dissenters, and directed them to determine whether they were subject to foreign influence. After a series of meetings throughout June 1970, a special report was prepared for the President. It set forth several options which ranged from the innocuous to the extreme, from doing nothing to violating the civil liberties of American citizens. In a memorandum, White House aide Tom Charles Huston recommended the extreme options to the President. These recommendations have become known as the Huston plan. The President approved the plan, and it was sent to the FBI, the CIA, and the military intelligence agencies for implementation.< Less
White House Horrors: The Huston Plan By Church Committee
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Just as the U.S. was obsessed by Vietnam, so too the White House became transfixed by the wave of domestic protest that swept the country. On June 5, 1970, President Nixon called in J. Edgar Hoover... More > of the FBI, Richard Helms of the CIA, and others from the military intelligence agencies. He charged them with getting better information on domestic dissenters, and directed them to determine whether they were subject to foreign influence. After a series of meetings throughout June 1970, a special report was prepared for the President. It set forth several options which ranged from the innocuous to the extreme, from doing nothing to violating the civil liberties of American citizens. In a memorandum, White House aide Tom Charles Huston recommended the extreme options to the President. These recommendations have become known as the Huston plan. The President approved the plan, and it was sent to the FBI, the CIA, and the military intelligence agencies for implementation.< Less