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4/503 INF By Dick Childs, Jack Tarr
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The soldiers of the 4/503rd Infantry who served in Vietnam from June 1966-June 1967 have compiled a collection of memories and reflections on their time in Vietnam and life since.
Memoirs Of A Groundpounder By Jacob Close
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What began as informal memoirs penned by a World War II veteran for his grandchildren, has become a vibrant narrative of life as a U.S. infantryman in the deadly struggle to free Pacific islands from... More > Japanese occupation. His odyssey begins with pre-war Stateside infantry training, progresses to fierce combat in the Solomon and Philippines islands, culminating with victory. This well-illustrated, riveting true story reveals just what made “The Greatest Generation” so great.< Less
Nudge Blue By Donald E. Lavender
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A 9th Infantry Division Rifleman's Memoir of World War II. Memoir by an infantryman with Company I, 39th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division, originally arriving as a replacement in October 1944... More > in the Hürtgen Forest. His experiences in combat from that point on, including the Battle of the Bulge and Remagen bridge, make for fascinating, insightful reading. 26 photos, 1 illustration, 2 maps, 9 appendices.< Less
Das Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment 250 im Weltkrieg By Dr. Walther Jänecke, Dr. Kurt Voß
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Facsimile reprint. Published originally in 1929. Book contains a fair number of photos and a few hand-drawn maps. R.I.R. 250 was organized using Feldbataillone 64, 65, and 66, and consisted of... More > men from Baden. It was assigned to 75. Reserve-Division and served on both the Eastern and Western Fronts.< Less
Das Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment 250 im Weltkrieg By Dr. Walther Jänecke, Dr. Kurt Voß
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Facsimile reprint. Published originally in 1929. Book contains a fair number of photos and a few hand-drawn maps. R.I.R. 250 was organized using Feldbataillone 64, 65, and 66, and consisted of... More > men from Baden. It was assigned to 75. Reserve-Division and served on both the Eastern and Western Fronts.< Less
Ars minor by Aelius Donatus & made by Conrad Dinckmut at Ulm, Germany about 1476-80 - Bodleian Library at Oxford, England By Richard Estes
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Book #383: Blockbook: Ars minor by Aelius Donatus & made by Conrad Dinckmut at Ulm, Germany about 1476-80. It is from the Bodleian Library at Oxford, England - Auct. 2 Q inf. 1.50 (14) - 4 pages
Ubiquitous Computing By Simone Rescio, Roberto Maieli
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Sul volgere della fine degli anni ‘80, quando l’utilizzo di un computer appariva ancora come un lusso riservato a poche persone specializzate, mentre iniziavano a farsi strada i primi... More > personal computer e il web si affacciava sul mondo per cambiarlo per sempre, Mark Weiser intuì subito l’importanza di quei cambiamenti. Insieme ai suoi collaboratori alla Xerox PARC si interrogò sul ruolo che le tecnologie digitali avrebbero acquisito nelle nostre vite quotidiane, immaginando scenari con strumenti estremamente complessi, allora impossibili da realizzare, così facili da usare da divenire invisibili alla nostra attenzione. L’elaborato prende in esame la teoria dell’Ubiquitous Computing, confrontando gli esplosivi progressi che sono avvenuti nel mondo dell’informatica con le ipotesi postulate venti anni fa, nel tentativo di interpretare le ultime innovazioni che si stanno affacciando nel campo della programmazione web, in risposta all’evoluzione degli smartphones con il loro sempre più vasto bacino di utenza.< Less
Ubiquitous Computing By Simone Rescio, Roberto Maieli
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Sul volgere della fine degli anni ‘80, quando l’utilizzo di un computer appariva ancora come un lusso riservato a poche persone specializzate, mentre iniziavano a farsi strada i primi... More > personal computer e il web si affacciava sul mondo per cambiarlo per sempre, Mark Weiser intuì subito l’importanza di quei cambiamenti. Insieme ai suoi collaboratori alla Xerox PARC si interrogò sul ruolo che le tecnologie digitali avrebbero acquisito nelle nostre vite quotidiane, immaginando scenari con strumenti estremamente complessi, allora impossibili da realizzare, così facili da usare da divenire invisibili alla nostra attenzione. L’elaborato prende in esame la teoria dell’Ubiquitous Computing, confrontando gli esplosivi progressi che sono avvenuti nel mondo dell’informatica con le ipotesi postulate venti anni fa, nel tentativo di interpretare le ultime innovazioni che si stanno affacciando nel campo della programmazione web, in risposta all’evoluzione degli smartphones con il loro sempre più vasto bacino di utenza.< Less
Uncle Hank Ant & The Antmobile By James Leigh
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Shiver-my-timbering tales for egg-headed nippers of all ages who like long words and fairly useless information. Dr Henricus Ant Of Woolagong, Australia, the youngest of a poor ant family from... More > Stepney in East London, ran away to Australia as an inf-ant, made his fortune locust-ranching there and was created Doctor 'Honoris Causa' (meaning 'to cheer him up') by the Ant University of Woolagong for his many and marvellous inventions. He never married, so when he gets lonely, he visits his sister and five nephews and nieces back in Stepney, bringing them presents and taking them for wonderful rides in The Antmobile, a vehicle of his own invention powered by bottled sunshine and capable of travel on land, underwater and in space (though not, of course, simultaneously. Be reasonable).< Less
Uncle Hank Ant & The Antmobile By James Leigh
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Shiver-my-timbering tales for egg-headed nippers of all ages who like long words and fairly useless information. Dr Henricus Ant Of Woolagong, Australia, the youngest of a poor ant family from... More > Stepney in East London, ran away to Australia as an inf-ant, made his fortune locust-ranching there and was created Doctor 'Honoris Causa' (meaning 'to cheer him up') by the Ant University of Woolagong for his many and marvellous inventions. He never married, so when he gets lonely, he visits his sister and five nephews and nieces back in Stepney, bringing them presents and taking them for wonderful rides in The Antmobile, a vehicle of his own invention powered by bottled sunshine and capable of travel on land, underwater and in space (though not, of course, simultaneously. Be reasonable).< Less