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War secrets - Kosovo By Sten Erik Adolfsson
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This book contains interesting information about soldiers in a mission in Kosovo. Photos of special forces and the environment they see trough there eyes. Let yourself be caught of the pictures and... More > allow yourself to be a soldier for one day.< Less
A Stranger in Never-Never Land By Vesna Dye
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Vesna Dye's “A Stranger in Never-Never Land”, is the world of, not only change and transition, but of alienation and dislocation - both in physical and spiritual sense. Croatian/English... More > poet, writer and translator Vesna Dye weaves tales and poems that span from the partisans of World War II, to the author's early life during Yugoslavia's wonder years under the President Tito, to the Civil War in the 90's, to the author's life in America.< Less
St. John Capistran: A Reformer in battle By Mediatrix Press et al.
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St. John of Capistran was many things, a Franciscan, a theologian, a crusader, but ultimately a reformer of the Church, a friend of saints and a man zealous for the salvation of souls. The deep... More > remorse that took possession of him on the day of his conversion never left him and remained the dominant attitude of his mind. This penitential disposition underlay his preaching. Setting aside all reserve, he would make public confession in the pulpit, thus emulating the penitent Magdalene, his favorite saint. We are not surprised that such an energetic temperamental nature, always ready for action and battle, did not escape reproaches of irascibility and impetuosity. Yet appeals to his sympathy must have been frequent. Capistrano’s history is inextricably bound up with the great figures and world events of the 15th century. Hofer, in this powerful historical biography of the saint, traces his life as a reformer, preacher, and leading a Crusade to stop the Turkish onslaught into Europe.< Less
Towards a Just Society: The Personal Journeys of Human Rights Educators By Abraham Magendzo K. et al.
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Although tremendous strides have been made toward the realization of universal human rights, the ongoing struggle to protect and expand these rights demands inspired, dedicated people. Accepting this... More > challenge and taking up the cause of justice and equality for all persons, human rights educators represent a vital link between political and social movements, and ideas, attitudes, and hopes that are in harmony with a spirit of advocacy for human rights. Towards a Just Society is intended for educators at all levels, pre-service teachers, higher education professionals, activists, social workers, and community leaders who are interested in developing initiatives in human rights education. Although extremely diverse in experience, the authors share a common belief in the power of human rights for social change, and their narratives also reflect the authors’ individual engagement with significant events of the twentieth century critical to the construction and attainment of human rights.< Less
After the Rain - How the West Lost the East By Sam Vaknin
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An anthology of more than 50 articles regarding the politics, economics, geopolitics and history of countries in central and eastern Europe and the Balkans.
Victory Dance By Brandon Dodds
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This book explores common sense solutions for Iraq, the Balkans, and the Armenian-Azerbaijani impasse.
I'M A SOUL HUNTER By Oliver Romevski
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In the snowy mountains of Bosnia, the whole American team disappeared, the new team came to solve the mystery! They didn’t now that they will be facing the most terrible terror on the Balkan,... More > they will face Bastian…THE SOUL HUNTER. The Balkan Demon has awakened.< Less
I'M A SOUL HUNTER By Oliver Romevski
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In the snowy mountains of Bosnia, the whole American team disappeared, the new team came to solve the mystery! They didn’t now that they will be facing the most terrible terror on the Balkan,... More > they will face Bastian…THE SOUL HUNTER. The Balkan Demon has awakened.< Less
Remember Us By Jason C Mavrovitis
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Remember Us takes its reader to the Balkans at a time of sweeping nationalism in the late nineteenth century. Greek and Bulgarian ambitions collide during the last gasps of the Ottoman Empire.... More > Guerrilla warfare and ethnic cleansing precede the Balkan and First World Wars. Eleni, born in Sozopolis, a small city on the coast of the Black Sea, clutches her baby girl and sees her husband killed in a deadly pogrom. In mountainous Macedonia, Dimitraki, a boy whose life will eventually intersect Eleni and her daughter’s, fails in his attempt to assassinate a reviled Turkish governor. He eludes the hangman, but suffers the bastinado. Independently, they escape the Balkans’ cauldron of chaos, and cross the Atlantic to forge new lives, leaving homes and loved ones behind. But in America, separately and together, they face new trials — loss of place, poverty, deaths, scandal, and financial crisis.< Less
Never Enough By Milos Subotincic
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The Mediterranean basin is intriguing. It used to be a backyard to Romans and their leftovers are everywhere. Balkan a jungle, Turkey most interesting, Malta tiny but valiant island, Tunis still raw... More > and Morocco of phony movie fame. Four months trip as a backpacker was spine-tingling. 212 pages are about the life of natives the way I saw them. Illustrated by more than 100 b/w pictures. .< Less

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