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The Lt. Col.'s Cap By David Renton
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Biography of Lt. Col. Charles L. Miller. An inspiring story of personal determination and action.
War Gave Us Wings: Australia's Contribution to the Empire Air Training Scheme 1940-1945 By Col King
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This book details the gigantic British Empire Air Training Scheme - 1940-1945 - created for production of hundreds of thousands of airmen for use by the Royal Air Force during World War2. This vast... More > scheme is outlined and detailed. The training is presented in personal accounts. The men who then experienced action against the enemy give their stories of air battles, capture, and escapes. The final chapters are filled with historical and technical material illustrating how the Allies achieved air supremacy - an astounding achievement, leading to victory. The book contains 62 illustrations.< Less
A pugni col cuore By giordana ruzzolini
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E poi arriva un giorno in cui ti guardi dentro, vedi il tuo cuore ridotto a brandelli e decidi di riattaccare i pezzi,così ho ricominciato a scrivere..
col·lec·tion By David J Vanderpool
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From portraits to figure drawings, this collection features some of the artist’s best drawings from 2008 through 2012. Selected by fellow artists and those who have collected prints, books and... More > even the original drawings, each page shows a completed drawing and several works in progress showing its completion. Unlike the earlier books, no words this time to distract from the beauty masterfully crafted by David J. Vanderpool. NOTICE: This book contains full frontal male nudity. This book is not a "how-to book" but rather as one review noted, "An Art Exhibit And Fan Book".< Less
Col. Crockett's Cooperative Christmas By Rupert Hughes
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publisher. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction,... More > philosophy, science, religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our books are available in both print and as digital books. All of our books have been revived by being scanned by people who have passion for knowledge. By purchasing this book you are helping restoring a piece of history for many generations to come to enjoy the fine ancient knowledge that is made available through our modern technology. We sincerely hope you enjoy these treasures in the form of digital books.< Less
Round Trip to the Morgue By Col. Robert G. Rogers
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Round Trip to the Morgue follows one young man's journey from mill town to military decoration. Tracking Robert Rogers' early desire to fly, his near fatal roundtrip (following a horrific automobile... More > accident) and his battle to recovery and honor at the stick of a single-engine fighter in Korea.< Less
Round Trip to the Morgue By Col. Robert G. Rogers
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Round Trip to the Morgue follows one young man's journey from mill town to military decoration. Tracking Robert Rogers' early desire to fly, his near fatal roundtrip (following a horrific automobile... More > accident) and his battle to recovery and honor at the stick of a single-engine fighter in Korea.< Less
Why the Soldier Matters: Essays on Ancient & Modern Warfare By Col. Ardant du Picq
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This edition of Col. du Picq's masterpiece on combat is published with a modern essay on "tactical intuition" by Maj. Brian Reinwald (US Army), who affirms that du Picq's work is more... More > relevant than ever. What determines victory? While all other circumstances change with time, the human heart remains the starting point in matters pertaining to war. The individual soldier's endurance and sacrifice are the key to every battle. In ancient and modern combat, Col. du Picq explores the "man of history and the man of today," whose courage or collapse determines victory or defeat. He simultaneously illuminates Hannibal's victory at Cannae, Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, and the allied success in World War I, so that the reader may grasp something of the soul as well as the science of combat, made intelligible in simple terms of human beings and applicable by us to today's Baghdad and Fallujah just as well as by du Picq to the great victories and defeats of history. (Orig. title: Battle Studies)< Less
Three Months in the Southern States: April, June, 1863 By LIEUT.-COL. FREMANTLE
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AT the outbreak of the American war, in common with many of my countrymen, I felt very indifferent as to which side might win; but if I had any bias, my sympathies were rather in favor of the North,... More > on account of the dislike which an Englishman naturally feels at the idea of slavery. But soon a sentiment of great admiration for the gallantry and determination of the Southerners, together with the unhappy contrast afforded by the foolish bullying conduct of the Northerners, caused a complete revulsion in my feelings, and I was unable to repress a strong wish to go to America and see something of this wonderful struggle.< Less
Three Months in the Southern States: April, June, 1863 By Lieut.-Col. Fremantle
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AT the outbreak of the American war, in common with many of my countrymen, I felt very indifferent as to which side might win; but if I had any bias, my sympathies were rather in favor of the North,... More > on account of the dislike which an Englishman naturally feels at the idea of slavery. But soon a sentiment of great admiration for the gallantry and determination of the Southerners, together with the unhappy contrast afforded by the foolish bullying conduct of the Northerners, caused a complete revulsion in my feelings, and I was unable to repress a strong wish to go to America and see something of this wonderful struggle.< Less