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Vergänglichkeit By Klaudia Blücher, Photos by G-Blue Photography
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Kleines Fotobuch zum Thema Vergänglichkeit, Sterben und Tod. Mit Zitaten von buddhistischen Lehrern und Fotos von G-Blue Photography
Story of Waterloo By George Robert Gleig
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Another carefully edited and formatted work from the author of "The Subaltern", George Robert Gleig who was diverted to Europe immediately on returning from the disastrous Battle of New... More > Orleans. This version was originally published in the USA in 1847 and has been translated from American into English. The story begins with the preparations for the campaign and continues through the occupation of Paris and the abdication of Napoleon. Gleig himself (or the publishers) introduced a number of errors into the text. For instance, General Ziethan was portrayed variously as "Zeiten" or "Zieten" and this is one oversight that I have chosen to correct.< Less
Portrait of Gunde By Loretta Hanson-Wallace
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The book contains stories of the author's maternal grandmother, Gunde Marie Kragh-Rasmussen-Kragh, a second cousin to the Danish Royal family. Gunde remained uncommonly silent about her childhood,... More > youth, and first marriage. This book attempts to shed some light into the little known places and events of her life.< Less
Submarine U93 By Charles Gilson
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A Tale of the Great War, of German spies, and submarines, of naval warfare, and all manner of adventures. In the following story fact is blended with fiction. The account of the Battle of the North... More > Sea, in which the "Blücher" was sunk, is as historically accurate as is possible with the details at present available. On the other hand, it would be well for the reader to know that the description of the pursuit of the "Dresden" in mid-Atlantic is wholly fictitious. The incident is introduced "for my story's sake," as Robert Louis Stevenson used to say, and also because it is illustrative of the character of the "Sea Affair" in the earlier days of the war.< Less
Rescue Me By Shara Azod
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There was only one chance to get away from the horrible future that awaited her. Deja had to take it, no matter the danger. Sneaking out of the apartment in the middle of the night was not the best... More > choice. The city was full of predators just like the one she was running from. The last person she would ever expect to run into was a man like Dieter von Blucher. Dieter hadn't been a criminal for quite some time. There was no word for men like him. He inhabited a sphere beyond right and wrong. He was a law on to himself. He never expected to be moved by anyone, let alone the beautiful innocent that ran right into his arms on a cold winter night.< Less
Rescue Me By Shara Azod
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There was only one chance to get away from the horrible future that awaited her. Deja had to take it, no matter the danger. Sneaking out of the apartment in the middle of the night was not the best... More > choice. The city was full of predators just like the one she was running from. The last person she would ever expect to run into was a man like Dieter von Blucher. Dieter hadn't been a criminal for quite some time. There was no word for men like him. He inhabited a sphere beyond right and wrong. He was a law on to himself. He never expected to be moved by anyone, let alone the beautiful innocent that ran right into his arms on a cold winter night.< Less
Clara & Helen, Journals of their trip to Europe, 1906-07 By Donald Little
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The grand tour, no longer the exclusive tradition of wealthy young Englishmen, by the early 20th century morphed to include twenty-three year old Helen, and Clara, her recently widowed mother. They... More > sailed from their beloved America on the steamship, S.S. Blucher to Europe and kept two journals. You'll read from their travels, presented in a parallel arrangement, as they record their thoughts and activities day-by-day. You can feel in these writings something of the vibrancy of the cultures that they encountered. If you are interested in history, geography, culture, and women's studies, you are likely to find much to appreciate. Enjoy discovering something of the tenor and rhythum of the times as you follow their ten month itinerary to eight countries. You will be transported as you get to know these curious and open hearted women.< Less
Clara & Helen, Journals of their trip to Europe, 1906-07 By Donald Little
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The grand tour, no longer the exclusive tradition of wealthy young Englishmen, by the early 20th century morphed to include twenty-three year old Helen, and Clara, her recently widowed mother. They... More > sailed from their beloved America on the steamship, S.S. Blucher to Europe and kept two journals. You'll read from their travels, presented in a parallel arrangement, as they record their thoughts and activities day-by-day. You can feel in these writings something of the vibrancy of the cultures that they encountered. If you are interested in history, geography, culture, and women's studies, you are likely to find much to appreciate. Enjoy discovering something of the tenor and rhythum of the times as you follow their ten month itinerary to eight countries. You will be transported as you get to know these curious and open hearted women.< Less
Journal de Pierre Duval By Hugo Pardo Sauvageot
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Cet ouvrage reproduit le journal, jusque là inédit, de Pierre Duval, valet de chambre de Geneviève Cairon de Merville, propriétaire du château de Brienne pendant la... More > Campagne de France de 1814. Du 18 janvier au 11 avril 1814, Pierre Duval, en tant que responsable du château, décrit avec ponctualité le déroulement de la campagne de France. Il est témoin de la bataille de Brienne et assiste au dernier séjour de Napoléon dans cette ville. Il nous renseigne aussi avec précision sur le passage des troupes alliées, dont le maréchal Blücher, et sur la vie des habitants pendant cette période. Ce récit présente un intérêt capital pour l’Histoire de Brienne et de son château car, à ce jour, il s’agit du seul briennois témoin de cette période qui nous ait légué une telle chronique. Ce document constitue aussi un témoignage supplémentaire de grande valeur sur quelques-unes des journées les plus décisives de l’Histoire de France.< Less