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European Community, Atlantic Community? By Valérie Aubourg et al.
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For more than forty years the security alliance of the North Atlantic Treaty symbolised the common interests of Western Europe and the United States, and provided the context for all transatlantic... More > political and economic relations. Yet the loss of a common enemy in the Soviet Union forced a reconsideration of the purpose of Nato and the mutual interests that still existed between Europe and the United States. These contributions build on this post-Cold War reframing of transatlantic relations and offer a multi-faceted study of the values, purposes, milieus and networks that underlay the Atlantic Community after 1945.< Less
Atlantic Avenue Tunnel Prospectus By Bob Diamond
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Business prospectus for reopening the Atlantic Avenue Tunnel
Rollo on the Atlantic (Illustrated) By Jacob Abbott
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Though he has never taken a steamer any farther than Long Island Sound or up the Hudson River, Rollo, age 12, soon will be embarking on voyage far across the waves. His parents have been traveling in... More > Europe, hoping the vacation will improve the health of Mr. Holiday. His continuing illness, however, means they cannot return to America any time soon. So Mrs. Holiday suggests relatives put Rollo and his sister Jane on the steamer to cross the Atlantic for England - under their own supervision. Things go a little awry from the first - for their packed-full trunk mysteriously disappears - but soon Rollo and Jane are on the first of their many adventures overseas, in this fact-filled and entertaining adventure.< Less
Unit 1: The Atlantic World By Laura Hanzel
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Unit 1: The Atlantic World is a compilation of in-class notes used in U.S. History to 1887, as taught by Mrs. Hanzel. This book is a companion guide to the class.
In Our Waters - Atlantic City By Adam Grohman
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In Our Waters – Atlantic City – Volume 1 - provides a wonderful virtual voyage into the rich maritime past of the waters that surround the once Jewel of the Jersey Shore. This collection... More > of twenty "spun yarns" of the sea highlight a host of “new” dives into the archives by Adam Grohman on his continued effort to bring many lost or forgotten aspects of maritime history back to the "surface." Included are short histories recounting Captain Casto’s amazing rescue, the wreck of the A.L. Lee, the mystery of the Emma C. Knowles, the flight of the Akron, the disappearance of Richard L. Ashhurst, the wreck of the Atlantic City Express, and the greatest escape of Albertus. Shipwrecks, triumphant rescues and terrible tragedies await you as you dip into the past of Atlantic City with Adam Grohman.< Less
Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios By J. Kent Layton
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They formed three trios of wonder ships. From the Cunard Line came the Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania. From the White Star Line came the Olympic, the infamous Titanic, and the Britannic. From... More > the Hamburg-Amerika Line came the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck, which would later find service as Cunard's Berengaria, the U.S. Line's Leviathan, and White Star's Majestic. They were, in turn, the fastest, most powerful, largest and most luxurious ocean liners that had ever sailed that ocean. Some would find great success; others would suffer disaster. Their careers would be affected by natural elements, by mismanagement, and by the brutalities of war. Their fates were also inextricably intertwined. The all-new 2009 Version of "Atlantic Liners" boasts over 730 photos, as well as nearly a dozen general arrangement plans of the ships. An Introduction has been penned by Mark Chirnside.< Less
Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios By J. Kent Layton
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They formed three trios of wonder ships. From the Cunard Line came the Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania. From the White Star Line came the Olympic, the infamous Titanic, and the Britannic. From... More > the Hamburg-Amerika Line came the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck, which would later find service as Cunard's Berengaria, the U.S. Line's Leviathan, and White Star's Majestic. They were, in turn, the fastest, most powerful, largest and most luxurious ocean liners that had ever sailed that ocean. Some would find great success; others would suffer disaster. Their careers would be affected by natural elements, by mismanagement, and by the brutalities of war. Their fates were also inextricably intertwined. The all-new 2009 Version of "Atlantic Liners" boasts over 730 photos, as well as nearly a dozen general arrangement plans of the ships. An Introduction has been penned by Mark Chirnside.< Less
The Selvagens, Forgotten Atlantic Islands By Alex Ritsema
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Between the Canary and Madeira Islands, we find the tiny, barren and uninhabited Selvagens. Far from the tourist crowds, these volcanic outcrops house fantastic seabird colonies and unique species... More > of flora and fauna. The Selvagens were colonized by Portugal in 1438. Being virtually destitute of water, they have only had temporary inhabitants like fishermen, bird hunters and scientists. Many stories have been told about buried pirate treasures; we do not know whether those treasures ever existed but this book reveals some spectacular stories of genuine treasure hunts. Born in 1963, the author is a non-fiction author about islands and maritime history. His website is www.aworldofislands.com.< Less
The Selvagens, Forgotten Atlantic Islands By Alex Ritsema
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Between the Canary and Madeira Islands, we find the tiny, barren and uninhabited Selvagens. Far from the tourist crowds, these volcanic outcrops house fantastic seabird colonies and unique species... More > of flora and fauna. The Selvagens were colonized by Portugal in 1438. Being virtually destitute of water, they have only had temporary inhabitants like fishermen, bird hunters and scientists. Many stories have been told about buried pirate treasures; we do not know whether those treasures ever existed but this book reveals some spectacular stories of genuine treasure hunts. Born in 1963, the author is a non-fiction author about islands and maritime history. His website is www.aworldofislands.com.< Less
The Selvagens, Forgotten Atlantic Islands By Alex Ritsema
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Between the Canary and Madeira Islands, we find the tiny, barren and uninhabited Selvagens. Far from the tourist crowds, these volcanic outcrops house fantastic seabird colonies and unique species... More > of flora and fauna. The Selvagens were colonized by Portugal in 1438. Being virtually destitute of water, they have only had temporary inhabitants like fishermen, bird hunters and scientists. Many stories have been told about buried pirate treasures; we do not know whether those treasures ever existed but this book reveals some spectacular stories of genuine treasure hunts. Born in 1963, the author is a non-fiction author about islands and maritime history. His website is www.aworldofislands.com.< Less

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