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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
TRAVELER'S MOODS through Middle-East Asia (illustrated) By Milos Subotincic
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Traveling through the Middle- East Asia was inspiring journey because we all have roots there. See what I have witnessed during five months in 2003 – the year that changed the world. A trip... More > took me through Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey and the Balkan. The opportunity to visit Baghdad where the Allied Forces have just rolled in was irresistible. I followed the old Chinese wisdom “It is better to look at something once than to hear about it hundred times”. Join me! It is an easy read and the book contains more than 100 photographs.< Less
TRAVELER'S MOODS through Middle-East Asia (illustrated) By Milos Subotincic
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Traveling through the Middle- East Asia was inspiring journey because we all have roots there. See what I have witnessed during five months in 2003 – the year that changed the world. A trip... More > took me through Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey and the Balkan. The opportunity to visit Baghdad where the Allied Forces have just rolled in was irresistible. I followed the old Chinese wisdom “It is better to look at something once than to hear about it hundred times”. Join me! It is an easy read and the book contains more than 100 photographs.< Less
The Kennifer Chronicles: International Itinerary Ideas By Jennifer Brezina & Ken Brezina
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Over the past few years, we have collected many travel books. Even recently, we bought three books on Switzerland. These books offer a lot of information and offer great insights for the country and... More > its culture. After reading these books, I want to see and experience everything! But I only have one week. Yikes! For this reason, we decided to do the leg work for you. This book outlines the itineraries we travelled inclusive of some suggested options to enable you to customize your trip. To offer some entertainment value, the book moves through the itinerary like a journal – allowing us to share our experience and offer you insights into what you may experience on your journey if you decide to adopt the itinerary. Within this book we journey to many countries: Balkans (Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina), Great Britain (England, Scotland) and Switzerland. There is color photography throughout the book to complement the story.< Less
OF EAGLES AND STARS By J. L. F. LAMBERT
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From the cellars of history, this is the story of Voyslav, a Serbian school dropout, sucked into the turmoil of the early 20th century, turned infantry colonel, and twice decorated with the White... More > Eagle with Swords. Beyond sketching family bliss and irritations, this book encapsulates a generation overshadowed by the Allies’ jubilation over the successful end of a world war. As his people are vilified and chased by psychotic enemies breaking all the rules of war, Voyslav’s endurance and resilience are tested by personal loss, two Balkan Wars, a cholera epidemic, four devastating WWI invasions, a typhus pandemic, cataclysmic bombardments, famine, malaria attacks, and an exodus of biblical scale. Testimonials and comments from Serbia’s friends, strangers, and enemies alike attest to the nation’s humble but unwavering resolve to exist. (“The war was lost at Salonika.” – The former German commander-in-chief of the fourth invasion of Serbia, Field Marshal August von Mackensen.) – Photos, maps, notes, bibl., ind.< Less
TERMCRAFT: The emergence of terminology science — Volume 1: The First Scribal Arts and Techniques By J. L. F. LAMBERT
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Jean Lambert’s meticulously elaborated work "Termcraft: The emergence of terminology science from the Vinčans and Sumerians to Aristotle" sheds new light on the emergence of... More > terminology in earliest periods of inter-human language development. – Dr. Christian Galinski, Infoterm (Vienna, Austria) Prof Lambert’s work explores the roots of terminology from the earliest times, tracing the history of the Term from mankind’s very beginnings to modern applications of terminology science. He gives a lucid account of the different philosophical underpinnings which have shaped terminology theory and practice through the ages. – Prof E Taljard, Department of African Languages (U. of Pretoria) Lambert goes much further into the day-today needs, business concerns, religious beliefs, and priorities of these cultures than many history textbooks. Thanks to this, Termcraft nearly doubles as a walk-through of the ancient world. […] Termcraft is well worth the slow read. – Anna Call (ForeWord Clarion Reviews – Five Stars)< Less
TERMCRAFT: The emergence of terminology science — Volume 2: The Word of the Priests By J. L. F. LAMBERT
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Volume 2 of Termcraft, The Word of the Priests, is a biography of the Word’s prototerminological manifestations. It is an investigation into the ancestor of the logos and the Term, revisiting... More > mythical constructs through the prism of Terminology Science, and linking the properties of the gods of Southwest Asia and Egypt to Aristotle’s definitional categories. It develops the problematic role of homophony as defined in the first volume. Mythical puns, early cosmogonies, and systems used to classify the elements of the universe are linked to illustrate the myth of the creating Word. The challenge posed by Greek philosophers is introduced in regards to factual knowledge, language, and a theory of reality.< Less
The Belgian Curtain - Europe after Communism By Sam Vaknin
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The European Union, NATO, the euro, and central and eastern Europe after the fall of communism.
Putin's Russia By Sam Vaknin
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Russia's economy and politics under President Vladimir Putin.
MY SAGA: Serbia under Sensless Obscene Bombing - 1999 (illustrated) By Milos Subotincic
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The Nato vs. Yugoslavia war started on March 24th, 1999 and finished officially on June 19th, 1999. After 41 days of demonstrating and listening to speeches against this obscene war, in front of the... More > American Consulate (Toronto), I reached my personal breaking point. Overnight I made a decision to fly to Belgrade. I didn't feel I had any other choice. I arrived there on May 2nd and returned to Canada on July 20th. During that period I wrote 20 LETTERS to my dear ones via e-mail. Through "war-marketing" they were exposed to NATO's version only and I felt it was my duty to show them the way I saw it. Fully illustrated.< Less

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