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LETTERS ON SILESIA by JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 1801 By James L Rader
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Silesian life in 1800. It contains John Quincy Adams experiences, attitudes and feelings about the people, places and customs of the times over a 6 week tour. The second half presents a detailed... More > geographical, statistical, and Historical account of Silesia. Causes and Originf of the 30 years war, the prussian conquest, taxes. The churches and school system. It uses Kloeber's "Silesia before and since the Year 1740" as a major source.< Less
LETTERS ON SILESIA by JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 1801 By James L Rader
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Silesian life in 1800. It contains John Quincy Adams experiences, attitudes and feelings about the people, places and customs of the times over a 6 week tour. The second half presents a detailed... More > geographical, statistical, and Historical account of Silesia. Causes and Originf of the 30 years war, the prussian conquest, taxes. The churches and school system. It uses Kloeber's "Silesia before and since the Year 1740" as a major source.< Less
Księga czasu By Adam Zaborski
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Historia rodziny - młodość na Sląsku w Polsce Ludowej, walka o byt i o szczęście. Exodus - czas biegnie tylko w jedną stronę.
The River By Siegfried Cesh
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This book is the story of a long journey from Laziska, the village of my childhood located in Southern Poland, to Phippsburg, Maine. The Nazis came first, conquering Poland demanding allegiances... More > which set neighbor against neighbor and tore many families apart. Then, as the Russians pushed the defeated Germans out of Poland, they plundered our country, destroyed homes and took all remaining men who were not drafted into the army to concentration camps in Siberia. But, my story doesn’t end with defeat, it’s a journey of healing as God directed my life from one river across the seas to the Pacific Ocean, and finally to Winnegance Bay in Maine. This is a story of hope for any one who has ever walked through dry riverbeds in search of streams of living water. Do not give up, there is always redemption in suffering.< Less
The Diary of Susanna Woychik By JEAN WYNGARDEN DAY
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This is the fictional diary of Susanna Woychik, a 14 year old girl who immigrated with her family from Poppelau, Silesia to Burnside, Trempealeau, Wisconsin in 1868. It is based on historical... More > information but the story line is fictional< Less
The Diary of Susanna Woychik By JEAN WYNGARDEN DAY
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This is the fictional diary of Susanna Woychik, a 14 year old girl who immigrated with her family from Poppelau, Silesia to Burnside, Trempealeau, Wisconsin in 1868. It is based on historical... More > information but the story line is fictional< Less
Great Lives 15: Frederick the Great By History World
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Interested primarily in music and philosophy and not the arts of war during his youth, Frederick unsuccessfully attempted to flee from his authoritarian father, Frederick William I, with childhood... More > friend Hans Hermann von Katte, whose execution he was forced to watch after they were captured. Upon ascending to the Prussian throne, he attacked Austria and claimed Silesia during the Silesian Wars, winning military acclaim for himself and Prussia. Near the end of his life, Frederick physically connected most of his realm by conquering Polish territories in the First Partition of Poland.< Less
The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann By Gerhart Hauptmann
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Hauptmann was born in Obersalzbrunn, a small town of Silesia, today known as Szczawno-Zdrój, a part of Poland since 1945. He was the son of a hotel-keeper. After attending the village school... More > he went to the Realschule in Breslau, after which he was sent to learn agriculture on his uncle's farm at Jauer. Having no taste for country life, Hauptmann soon returned to Breslau and entered the art school with the intention of becoming a sculptor. There he met his lifelong friend Josef Block. He later studied at the University of Jena and spent the greater part of 1883 and 1884 in Italy. In May 1885, Hauptmann married and settled in Berlin and, devoting himself entirely to literary work, soon attained a reputation as one of the chief representatives of the modern drama.< Less
The Great Mystery or How Can Three be One? By Rabbi Tzvi Nassi
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This momentous volume was originally published by Rabbi Tzivi Nassi (Hirsch Prinz) nearly a century and a half ago in 1863. Rabbi Tzivi Nassi was born in Breslau, Silesia (in present day Poland), on... More > August 11, 1800, the youngest of six children he was the son of an Orthodox Rabbi. Though orphaned at the age of fourteen, he chose to follow in his father’s footsteps becoming an Orthodox Rabbi. In 1824 he published Predigten fur fromme Israeliten (“Sermons for Pious Israelites”). At about this same time he came to the conclusion that Yeshua was the Messiah and began teaching from the “New Testament” to his congregation. He soon found himself subject to much persecution. He eventually left the synagogue, and having nowhere else to go, he went over to Christianity and became a Lecturer in Hebrew at Oxford University. This edition includes a forward and appendix by James Scott Trimm< Less
The Great Mystery or How Can Three be One? By Rabbi Tzvi Nassi
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This momentous volume was originally published by Rabbi Tzivi Nassi (Hirsch Prinz) nearly a century and a half ago in 1863. Rabbi Tzivi Nassi was born in Breslau, Silesia (in present day Poland), on... More > August 11, 1800, the youngest of six children he was the son of an Orthodox Rabbi. Though orphaned at the age of fourteen, he chose to follow in his father’s footsteps becoming an Orthodox Rabbi. In 1824 he published Predigten fur fromme Israeliten (“Sermons for Pious Israelites”). At about this same time he came to the conclusion that Yeshua was the Messiah and began teaching from the “New Testament” to his congregation. He soon found himself subject to much persecution. He eventually left the synagogue, and having nowhere else to go, he went over to Christianity and became a Lecturer in Hebrew at Oxford University. This edition includes a forward and appendix by James Scott Trimm< Less