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Around Cape Horn Once More By Paul W Simpson
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Around Cape Horn Once More is the story of the French Bounty Clipper Ship, Montebello. She was built in Nantes, France in 1900 and was lost on the rugged and lonely south coast of Kangaroo Island,... More > South Australia in 1906. This book is a tale of the adventures of the Montebello and the men who sailed her around the globe. It brings to light a period of France’s maritime history that has never before been told in such thrilling and dramatic detail. "we heard the roar of breakers, and then we knew that we were close to the land, and there was still no visible light. All hands turned out to put on canvas with a view to heading the vessel off the shore, but we had received the warning too late and within a few minutes we had struck on the fearful rocks. The ship shivered all over with the shock. I shall never forget the sensation it created. She bumped hard several times and threatened to go to pieces at any moment. The seas broke over her from end to end."< Less
The Home Fires: Wartime Letters Written from Mother to Son By Gregory Edwin Price
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The Home Fires is a true story of the unconditional love of a mother for her first-born son away in the U.S. Navy during World War Two. This emotion is rivetingly documented through the letters... More > written by Helen Price to her son, Edwin, from his arrival in basic training in October of 1944 through to the dropping of the atomic bombs over Japan in August of 1945. Not merely a unique supplement to the historical perspective of the World War Two era, these letters illustrate the detail of Helen’s everyday life, her hopes, her fears, her dreams, her foibles, and her courage. Written from the family farm in the Bustleton section of Philadelphia, this account will powerfully touch every parent who has ever had any concerns about their child leaving home for the first time. More than 60 years after they had been written, these letters are being published for the first time. They have been lovingly edited for clarity by Helen’s grandson, Gregory Edwin Price.< Less
Ghosts, Spirits & the Afterlife in Native American Folklore and Religion By Gary R. Varner
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Death. We deny it. We fear it. Some of us welcome it. No matter what age we live in we keep the traditional feelings for our departed. We try to ease the soul into the afterworld as best we can.... More > “Celebrations of life” provide a time for friends and loved ones to gather, share food and stories and grieve. Some who pass on are cremated to free the soul. Some are buried believing that the body will not become corrupted but will survive until the final judgment day. “Grave goods” are still commonly buried or are cremated as well with the body. While we believe we are more "advanced" than those who lived before us, we actually do the same things they did to honor and to provide for our deceased loved ones. We are not so very different after all. This book provides a brief survey of how America’s first people reacted to death, how they disposed of their dead, their thoughts about the spirit world and the possibilities of being reborn.< Less
The Exiles of Faloo By BARRY PAIN
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Mr Bassett had made the commonest mistake of political speakers; he had supposed that the argument which appealed most strongly to himself would appeal most strongly to his audience. He had appealed... More > to fear. Dr Soames Pryce was not a timid man, and he resented what he regarded as an attempt to scare him. “I vote against the election of Mr Smith to this club,” said Dr Pryce, bluntly. “After all you have said?” exclaimed Mr Bassett. “You surprise me very much.” “One moment, Mr Bassett,” said the President. “I must declare then that Mr John Smith is not elected.” Mr Bassett paused with the pen in his hand. “Am I to write ‘not elected,’ gentlemen? We have all admitted that Smith is a good, hospitable fellow, and we have business dealings with him. We might let him down as easily as possible. May I write ‘postponed for further consideration’? It commits us to nothing, and it’s not quite so harsh.” “I see no objection to that,” said Sir John. “What do you think, doctor?”< Less
stop all benefits of INDIA ,from UN, world bank IMF, not only this I will like same type of attack on Indian , Hindu , living in USA, EU, ME=Gulf must take place with support of local, police of USA,FBI, Europol, Dubai Police ,Saudi By Ruhel Chisty MRACI CChem A
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stop all benefits of INDIA ,from UN, world bank IMF, not only this I will like same type of attack on Indian , Hindu , living in USA, EU, ME=Gulf must take place with support of ... More > local, police of USA,FBI, Europol, Dubai Police ,Saudi Arabia police, till all Indian fear life risk and died as well due to heart fail , bone pain , kidney fail, and start to leave USA, EU, ME=Gulf to save life from attacker , Ruhel date 05-03-2013, Hindu Intelligences based upper cast Hindu officer cum Dogs =JIC,IB,MI RAW=Indian government paid terrorists , via ISRO Satellite in Hindi, language for Earn Huge Money =Indian rupee , Blood money from Indian =1.40 Billions Hindu voters = Hindu nation , Ruhel date 05-03-2013 Time 10.00 , Indian time ,< Less
Chandragupta Morya 2 was first cruel killer Hindu king who expand Hindu border to Iraq Iran ., Afghanistan , Syria , , Lebanon ++ his Hindu kingdom was very big , he win all war with brutally kill of lot of humen of other na By Ruhel Chisty FRACI CChem A,MRSC CChem A
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Chandragupta Morya 2 was first cruel killer Hindu king who expand Hindu border to Iraq Iran ., Afghanistan , Syria , , Lebanon ++ his Hindu kingdom was very big , he win all... More > war with brutally kill of lot of humen of other nations people , his Hindu army was very brutally to killing , he was alone very powerful Hindu king he was not having any Indian Muslim any Indian christen, in his army all army people were Hindu ) , then second powerful Hindu king was Ashoka , he was also brutally killer , his army was also brutally to killing ,he kill lacks of lacks people during his war wins, in many wars , he also expand Hindu kingdom near about Chandragupta Morya 2 near to Iran , ++ many other kings were fear from his cruelty +his killer army later own he converted in Buddha religion from Hindu ,< Less
Karle and Kaiser of the German-Russian Volga Colonies: Origin and Ancestors Families By Darrel Philip Kaiser
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"Join me in this book as I stumble my way across das Mutterland to learn all I can about my maternal and paternal surnames, Karle & Kaiser, and my other forty-five ancestral surnames (Adolf,... More > Andreas, Arp, Arnst, Becker, Bopp, Burbach, Dagenheim, Foht, Freund, Geringer, Grun, Hart, Heiland, Hermann, Hess, Heylmann, Hieronymus, Horn, Ikstadt, Kohler, Kramer, Lieders, Maurer, Michel, Neumann, Nicolausen, Nillmayer, Popp, Roth, Rudolph, Schaeffer, Scherer, Schiller, Schmiedt, Schneider, Schutz, Simon, Steitz, Trieber, Trippel, Vogt, Werner, Will, Zeichmann). Read how the Black Death, and the 30 Years and 7 Years Wars plagued them. Learn of the Catherine the Great "Scam" and its effect on the Volga Germans. Share their fear as the Russians close in. Travel with them to their new homeland in the Americas." Traces the origins of Karle & Kaiser from about 50,000BC. Covers DNA tracking,pre-German history,religion,the Volga life and villages,and escape to the Americas. Over 560 pages,200 pictures,80 maps.< Less
The Poet in the Code Room By John Kimmey
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Merriam Press World War 2 Fiction. A war and spy novel as well as a mystery, this is the story of a poet recruited in the spring of 1943 to write poetry for coding and decoding messages in the OSS.... More > Jake Finny, a college senior in the reserves, finds himself dealing with a series of unexplained deaths in the Message Center. As he moves from Washington to Algiers to Italy, fearing for his life. He goes AWOL and seeks those committing these crimes, aided by the Italian girl his friend wanted to marry. As the pressure on him intensifies, he is haunted by the head of Counterintelligence, a famous poet whom he can’t determine whether he is sympathetic to him or thinks he is implicated in these deaths. He has talked to him about the connection between poetry and counterintelligence and only later realizes to his sorrow what an important part the man has played in his life. The novel is not only about Jake and his situation but also about the workings of OSS and the conditions in Italy during the war.< Less
DISCOVERERS AND EXPLORERS By EDWARD R. SHAW
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A piece of this magnific work: "Four hundred years ago most of the people who lived in Europe thought that the earth was flat. They knew only the land that was near them. They knew the continent... More > of Europe, a small part of Asia, and a strip along the northern shore of Africa. The World as Known Four Hundred Years ago. They thought this known land was surrounded by a vast body of water that was like a broad river. Sailors were afraid to venture far upon this water, for they feared they would fall over the edge of the earth.[...]There was Eric the Red, a bold navigator of Iceland, who had sailed west to Greenland, and planted there a colony that grew and thrived. There was also Eric's son Leif, a venturesome young viking who had made a voyage south from Greenland, and reached a strange country with wooded shores and fragrant vines. This country he called Vinland because of the abundance of wild grapes. When he returned to Greenland, he took a load of timber back with him...." < Less
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