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Curious Facts About Howard Hughes By Kekionga Press
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Without the help of Howard Hughes, America would have LOST WWII; Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell would not have had acting careers; space exploration would still be in early stages of... More > development...Brief Biographies: Learn about Clara Barton's psychotic upbringing; why Walt Disney negatively portrayed FBI agents in his last movies; why Charles Goodyear sold his kid's school books; how Abe Lincoln treated his father like dirt; how top mobster boss Charles "Lucky" Luciano (Murder, Inc.) saved hundreds of soldier's lives during WWII; why Valentine's Day, 1884, devastated Teddy Roosevelt; why America's bravest fighting general, "Mad" Anthony Wayne, was afraid of the fort named in his honor by President George Washington; how Jakow Tractenberg created a speed math system while suffering in Hitler's concentration camps / 207 source notes / Indexed / National Aviation Hall of Fame: "The Howard Hughes portion of the book was a fascinating read." / 13 point text for easy reading.< Less
"Great Light Will Shine" By Augustus Cho
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UN-SOON KIM's odyssey begins in a farm in southern Korea. When she is 13 years old, she is cast out for being a Christian. From there, a moving saga begins. This is an immigration story as it was... More > meant to be. A true account of a woman, spanning a half a century - crossing two continents - who maintains her idealism of the immigrant life, with all of its challenges, as faced by a single, Korean mother. "Great Light Will Shine" is the remarkable and inspiring story of this courageous woman/mother who overcomes the statistical improbability. Have a box of tissues near by...< Less
Aide-de-Camp, The Adventures of Alex Hamilton By Brian Schmit
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There are few historical figures that were more important to the creation of America than Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton's brilliance and vision was incomparable in laying the foundation for America's... More > rise as the leading economic power in the world today. But most importantly, it was his fascinating relationship with George Washington that made for the possibility of a fledgling country to not only survive but to flourish. Historians make accounts of our past by researching multiple sources and cross referencing them to formulate an accurate portrayal of history. Occasionally historians follow leads based on rumor or innuendo of the time period. These items of conjecture often go unproven and remain out of our history textbooks. In Aide-de-Camp, The Adventures of Alex Hamilton the author takes the reader on an exciting journey by asking the question, what if the rumors were true? History comes alive in dramatic fashion when our greatest stories are told with an entertaining twist.< Less
The Lochinvar Club By Stanley Larson
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In 1902, the wealthiest man on the planet funded a secret international organization with powerful connections in Washington DC; two immigrant sisters from southern Switzerland found destitute on the... More > streets of New York City become the focus of the Roosevelt White House. Will McGuire is an emerging prep superstar in the northern California town of Pleasanton; Park Gun is a rising national judo hero in North Korea. When the two sixteen-year old's cross paths it ignites an international incident that pits the ruthless dictatorship of Kim Jong-un against an unlikely adversary in a thrilling rescue that cross crosses China and tests the resolve of the Lochinvar Club.< Less
The Lochinvar Club By Stanley Larson
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An international thriller that spans 3 continents, taking readers from Washington DC to Switzerland to the Panama Canal, then to North Korea and back to California. In 1902, the wealthiest man on... More > the planet funded a SECRET international organization with powerful connections in Washington DC. Two immigrant sisters from Maggia Valle Switzerland are found destitute on the streets of New York City and soon become the focus of the Roosevelt White House. Will McGuire is an emerging prep basketball player in the northern California town of Pleasanton. Park Gun is a rising national Judo hero in North Korea. When the two sixteen year-old athletes cross paths it ignites an international incident that pits the ruthless dictatorship of Kim Jong-un against an unlikely adversary in a thrilling rescue attempt that crisscrosses China and tests the resolve of the Lochinvar Club.< Less
The Lochinvar Club By Stanley Larson
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In 1902, the wealthiest man on the planet funded a secret international organization with powerful connections in Washington DC; two immigrant sisters from southern Switzerland found destitute on the... More > streets of New York City become the focus of the Roosevelt White House. Over one hundred years later, Will McGuire is an emerging prep basketball superstar in the northern California town of Pleasanton; Park Gun is a rising national judoka hero in North Korea. When the two sixteen-year old’s cross paths it sets off an international incident that pits the ruthless dictatorship of Kim Jong-un against an unlikely adversary in a thrilling rescue attempt that crisscrosses China and tests the resolve of the Lochinvar Club.< Less
The Public Diplomacy Reader By J. Michael Waller
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The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence... More > professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.< Less
The Public Diplomacy Reader By J. Michael Waller
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The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence... More > professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.< Less
The Public Diplomacy Reader By J. Michael Waller
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The Public Diplomacy Reader is a 500-page compendium of intellectual and practical tools for the cross-cultural communicator. Designed for students, diplomats, military officers, intelligence... More > professionals and other practitioners, the Reader is meant to be used as an instrument and guide in waging the war of ideas. Naval War College Professor of Strategy Carnes Lord describes The Public Diplomacy Reader as "a unique and outstanding compilation of materials on public diplomacy." Former Voice of America Director Robert R. Reilly says the book "brings the wealth of experience and knowledge" of an experienced public diplomacy practitioner to "both students and anyone wishing to win 'the war of ideas.'" The Public Diplomacy Reader is edited by J. Michael Waller, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of International Communication at The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., and author of the ground-breaking 2007 book, Fighting the War of Ideas like a Real War.< Less
Learning With Professionals: Selected Works from the Joint Military Intelligence College By Joint Military Intelligence College
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Learning With Professionals: Selected Works from the Joint Military Intelligence College is a collection of writings by present or former faculty and students at the Joint Military Intelligence... More > College. The purpose of the book is to provide an academic resource for students, teachers, and practitioners of intelligence. The growth of the field as an academic discipline has been accompanied by a growth in its body of literature, and some of the most significant writings have come from a center of excellence in the field, the Joint Military Intelligence College. Those presented here represent a cross section of subdisciplines, some with a very timely element, some timeless.This product has been reviewed by senior experts from academia and government, and has been approved for unrestricted distribution by the Directorate for Freedom of Information and Security Review, Washington Headquarters Services, Department of Defense.< Less

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