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The Packers' First Three NFL Title Game Victories By Arne Christensen
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This e-book describes the Packers' first three wins in NFL title games, in 1936, 1939, and 1944. You'll see full game summaries, lots of quotes from the Packers and their opponents, box scores,... More > starting lineups, and even the full roster for the Packers and their '36 opponents, the Boston Redskins. It's a great resource for Packers fans. Bruce Baskin, a diehard fan with several decades of experience as a radio sportscaster, said: "Ever wonder what the road to the NFL championship was like BEFORE the Super Bowl? By focusing on the most-decorated team in league history, the Green Bay Packers, Arne Christensen does just that. . . . A great read of a bygone era devoid of PEDs, on-field specialists and hype: Just real men playing a real game... You'll feel the dirt beneath their fingernails."< Less
The Packers' First Six NFL Title Game Victories By Arne Christensen
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A description of the Green Bay Packers' first six victories in NFL title games, stretching from 1936 to 1965. Includes game summaries, lots of quotes from the Packers and their opponents, box scores,... More > starting lineups, and more. Learn how the Packers established Green Bay's Titletown tradition. Bruce Baskin, a longtime Packers fan and a radio sportscaster and public relations director for decades, said: "A great read of a bygone era devoid of PEDs, on-field specialists and hype: Just real men playing a real game...You'll feel the dirt beneath their fingernails."< Less
Welcome To Horlickville! History of the Racine, Wisconsin National Football League Franchise Horlick-Racine Legion 1922 1923 1924 Racine Tornadoes 1926 By Matthew C. Snyder
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Welcome to Horlickville! is a historical account of the Racine, Wisconsin National Football League franchise. The Horlick-Racine Legion 1922 1923 1924 and Racine Tornadoes 1926 professional football... More > teams participated in the NFL during the early years. This is a history of the actual events as they were communicated by local newspaper sports writers and adapted to tell the complete history. The Chicago Bears, Horlick-Racine Legion, Green Bay Packers and Chicago Cardinals duke it out for the NFL title. This never been told history of events includes the NFL Racine, Wisconsin franchise historical team facts, financial records, photos, team and individual statistical information as well as other uncovered facts. It is a close look inside the operations of an early 1920’s NFL franchise with complete details.< Less
Cannibalism, Horrible and Despicable Reality By Students' Academy
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What is Cannibalism? ...... What Causes Cannibalism?.... Starvation and Cannibalism..... Mythological and Religious References ...... Blood Libel ....... Modern World ....... Pre-Historical... More > Accounts .... Early Historical Accounts...... Middle Ages ..... Early Modern Era ....... World War II ...... Cannibalism as Ritual Practice ...... Reports from Africa ........ The Most Notorious Cases of Cannibalism ...... The Maori People ...... Stella Maris College Rugby Team ..... Carib West Indian Tribes........ Jeffrey Dahmer ...... Armin Meiwes ........ Mauerova family ........ Andrei Chikatilo..... Issei Sagawa ....... Revolutionary United Front....... Albert Fish ........ Alferd Packer ...... Some Other Cases< Less
Cannibalism, Horrible and Despicable Reality By Students' Academy
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What is Cannibalism? ...... What Causes Cannibalism?.... Starvation and Cannibalism..... Mythological and Religious References ...... Blood Libel ....... Modern World ....... Pre-Historical... More > Accounts .... Early Historical Accounts...... Middle Ages ..... Early Modern Era ....... World War II ...... Cannibalism as Ritual Practice ...... Reports from Africa ........ The Most Notorious Cases of Cannibalism ...... The Maori People ...... Stella Maris College Rugby Team ..... Carib West Indian Tribes........ Jeffrey Dahmer ...... Armin Meiwes ........ Mauerova family ........ Andrei Chikatilo..... Issei Sagawa ....... Revolutionary United Front....... Albert Fish ........ Alferd Packer ...... Some Other Cases< Less
The Man Who Hated the Light from the Sky By LEE GOLDMAN
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While he was still alive people knew that Horst Pachmann was a mean man who hated the light from the sky. During the twenties he smuggled young girls into California and forced them into... More > prostitution. He went on to provide thugs and strikebreakers to local growers and packers, and to found a leading family of Bellas Santas, a small California city. Although he was murdered decades ago, his presence still hovers like an evil ghost. While illustrating a history of Bellas Santas, Lisset Greene discovers the bodies of Pachmann's great-granddaughter and her infant near the beach where Pachmann smuggled ashore his human cargo. She becomes obsessed with the two crimes that were committed more than fifty years apart. Lisset and Detective Captain Jake Tucker become convinced that both crimes are connected. The search for the connection exposes them to attack by skinheads, uncovers long-standing family hatreds, and echoes of Horst Pachmann's history of evil, and comes to a violent end on the beach where it all began.< Less
The Man Who Hated the Light from the Sky By LEE GOLDMAN
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While he was still alive people knew that Horst Pachmann was a mean man who hated the light from the sky. During the twenties he smuggled young girls into California and forced them into... More > prostitution. He went on to provide thugs and strikebreakers to local growers and packers, and to found a leading family of Bellas Santas, a small California city. Although he was murdered decades ago, his presence still hovers like an evil ghost. While illustrating a history of Bellas Santas, Lisset Greene discovers the bodies of Pachmann's great-granddaughter and her infant near the beach where Pachmann smuggled ashore his human cargo. She becomes obsessed with the two crimes that were committed more than fifty years apart. Lisset and Detective Captain Jake Tucker become convinced that both crimes are connected. The search for the connection exposes them to attack by skinheads, uncovers long-standing family hatreds, and echoes of Horst Pachmann's history of evil, and comes to a violent end on the beach where it all began.< Less