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C a g o u l e (s) By Olivier.R Rumstk
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Livre d'illustration. Illustration de l'anonymat à travers une série de cagoules,toutes plus ridicules les unes que les autres. 44 pages de cagoules illustrées en... More > vis-à-vis de façon ludique et amusante." "Pound of illustration. Illustration of anonymity across a series of balaclavas,very more ridiculous them some than the others. 44 pages of balaclavas illustrated there in relation to play and amusing manner."< Less
CWRS Special Publication 10 By Crimean War Research Society
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A list of the casualties during the Charge of the Light Brigade at the battle of Balaklava in the Crimea, 25 October, 1854. Compiled by Andrew Sewell. [A4, 10 pp of information on single sides.... More > saddle-stitch binding]< Less
CWRS Special Publication 31 By Crimean War Research Society
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Recollections of one of the Light Brigade, by Albert Mitchell, transcribed and annotated by Larry Crider and Glenn Fisher. Essential reading for any student of the Charge of the Light Brigade. One... More > man's view of the campaign from a Light Dragoon. [A4, 94pp, perfect bound]< Less
The faceless man By Rain Donavan
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Jaccoa is abducted from a man in a balaclava late one night. She is locked in a room, bound with shackles, and forced to play games with a sadistic man. NOT FOR CHILDREN
The Boy's Book of Battles By Eric Wood
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The Boy's Book of Battles by Eric Wood, first published in 1913. This book focuses on the military exploits of dozens of the most important battles in world history. Although a brief overview of the... More > political issues involved is usually given , the main focus is on the daring deeds, strategies, and exploits of the battles themselves. Many critical battles from world history are given, including Marathon, Tours, Agincourt, and the Armada, but the book also strongly emphasizes 19th century battles, including Waterloo, Trafalgar, Balaclava, Palermo, Gettysburg, and Koniggratz.< Less
More Tales from Denmark By Stephen Badman
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A man wearing his wife’s fur coat and a woolly balaclava is chained to a kennel in the back yard whilst another man delivers a side of bacon to The Devil, fish trained to walk, devils in the... More > stove, cats that carry coffins, ogres with a taste for fat little boys and beetles that do the housework – you’ll find them all in More Tales from Denmark. Twenty seven folk and wonder tales taken from the collections of Kamp, Berntsen, Christensen, Levinsen and others and translated into English for the first time, together with five of the best from Sven Grundtvig’s Danish Fairy Tales.< Less
More Tales from Denmark By Stephen Badman
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A man wearing his wife’s fur coat and a woolly balaclava is chained to a kennel in the back yard whilst another man delivers a side of bacon to The Devil, fish trained to walk, devils in the... More > stove, cats that carry coffins, ogres with a taste for fat little boys and beetles that do the housework – you’ll find them all in More Tales from Denmark. Twenty seven folk and wonder tales taken from the collections of Kamp, Berntsen, Christensen, Levinsen and others and translated into English for the first time, together with five of the best from Sven Grundtvig’s Danish Fairy Tales.< Less
Ravenshoe By Henry Kingsley
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Ravenshoe "Ravenshoe" was Henry Kingsley's second novel, and it was published in 1862, when its author was thirty-two years old. It will always rank with "Geoffry Hamlyn" as Henry... More > Kingsley's best work. These two books were their author's favourites among his own novels, and Charles Ravenshoe was one of his two favourite characters. It has been said that "Ravenshoe" is "alive--the expression of a man who worked both with heart and brain," and few would care to dispute that opinion. For study of character, wide charity of outlook, brilliant descriptive writing--as, for instance, in the charge at Balaclava, and real, not mawkish, pathos--as in the hopeless misery of Charles, invalided, with only eighteen shillings, out of the army--"Ravenshoe" will always deserve to be read. It is the work of a writer who was not ashamed to avow himself an "optimist."< Less
Requiem For A Bubble Head By Biff Grant
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Only two things in this life have ever managed to get right up my nose. The first being civilians, because they don’t have a clue. The second, those useless wankers in the SAS who’s only... More > aim in life is to get on telly and have their picture flashed all over the world in a balaclava that’s been spruced up in their boyfriend’s Fairy Liquid. My mob, we do what needs to be done and keep our mouths shut and our heads down. Most folks don’t know that we exist. We stay in the background, unseen and unreported and that’s the way we like it. Anyway, what I’m telling you from here on in isn’t about the past or any of that, well, some of it is but mostly it’s about what’s going down right this instant and it is not pleasant. Trust me the shit just hit the fan.< Less
In Darkest Africa : Or, the Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria, Volume I (Illustrated) By Henry M. Stanley
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“Only a Carlyle in his maturest period, as when he drew in lurid colours the agonies of the terrible French Revolution, can do justice to the long catalogue of disasters which has followed the... More > connection of England with Egypt. It is a theme so dreadful throughout, that Englishmen shrink from touching it. Those who have written upon any matters relating to these horrors confine themselves to bare historical record. No one can read through these without shuddering at the dangers England and Englishmen have incurred during this pitiful period of mismanagement. After the Egyptian campaign there is only one bright gleam of sunshine throughout months of oppressive darkness, and that shone over the immortals of Abu-Klea and Gubat, when that small body of heroic Englishmen struggled shoulder to shoulder on the sands of the fatal desert, and won a glory equal to that which the Light Brigade were urged to gain at Balaclava.”< Less