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Maria Jensen - By God's Grace By Hedwig Kuhn
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An interesting and captivating biography, depicting the precious life and history of a woman who traded her beloved fatherland for a life of immense suffering and challenge in a barren and... More > inhospitable land occupied by primitive natives and ravaged by war. (Translated from the original book by Hedwig Kuhn - Mir ist Erbarmung widerfahren.)< Less
My Life and Tribute to Nephi Georgi By Hedwig Georgi
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emailles van Hedwig Luykx By jan klink
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catalogue of exhibition museum voor vlakglas- en emaillekunst in Ravenstein; enamels of Belgian artist Hedwig Luykx
Galactic Tranny By Dan Paul Roberts
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The pop sensations who are also Female Private Detectives are now GALACTIC MISTRESSES OF POWER in their very own GRAPHIC NOVEL!! The Ladies of SHE-DICK (Candi Shell, Carrie Cash and Teresa... More > Nasty) seem to have met by chance, but their shared destiny is nothing if not cosmic--and of epic proportions!! Experience SHE-DICK's space adventure firsthand. Meet Galactica, Rock Starborne and the evil Madame Tranny. Find out how SHE-DICK came to be the wildly successful New York singing group they are today, and discover the source of their unearthly abilities... Watch the animated commercial on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb2StoU5anM DAN PAUL ROBERTS, writer and illustrator of GALACTIC TRANNY, is a postmodern renaissance man. Not only does he write and draw, he also becomes Candi Shell, front-woman for the glam-pop band SHE-DICK. He currently lives in New York City.< Less
Czech Roots By Nic Wright
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In July 2001 my wife Sara and I had an InterRail holiday in Europe, most of which was spent in the Czech Republic. Some of the time we stayed with my pen friend Bohumil Štícha. This is... More > an account of the parts of the holiday that relate to the history of my family in that country, especially Wilhelm and Hedwig Schiller, my maternal grandparents. Hedwig and Wilhelm had two children, Kurt (Ken) and Klementine (Kay). Kurt's escape from Austria to England in 1938 is written up in The Schiller Family – 1938 and All That (typewritten family document). Klementine escaped in 1939, married Frank Wright and had two children, Nic, the author, and Jackie. I first wrote this in December 2002 as a photo scrapbook for my mother. In this form, it is intended as a family document. Firstly, I deal with Theresienstadt, the Jewish transit camp that Wilhelm and Hedwig were sent to in 1942. Then I describe what we found in Pohrlitz, where they and our ancestors were born. Nic Wright, December 2009< Less
Czech Roots By Nic Wright
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In July 2001 my wife Sara and I had an InterRail holiday in Europe, most of which was spent in the Czech Republic. Some of the time we stayed with my pen friend Bohumil Štícha. This is... More > an account of the parts of the holiday that relate to the history of my family in that country, especially Wilhelm and Hedwig Schiller, my maternal grandparents. Hedwig and Wilhelm had two children, Kurt (Ken) and Klementine (Kay). Kurt's escape from Austria to England in 1938 is written up in The Schiller Family – 1938 and All That (typewritten family document). Klementine escaped in 1939, married Frank Wright and had two children, Nic, the author, and Jackie. I first wrote this in December 2002 as a photo scrapbook for my mother. In this form, it is intended as a family document. Firstly, I deal with Theresienstadt, the Jewish transit camp that Wilhelm and Hedwig were sent to in 1942. Then I describe what we found in Pohrlitz, where they and our ancestors were born. Nic Wright, December 2009< Less
Mark Reads Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows By Mark Oshiro
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After many all-caps rants, GIF parties, and nights spent sobbing into his keyboard over fictional characters, it's time for the Mark Reads Harry Potter journey to come to an end. Join series writer... More > Mark Oshiro as he chronicles his unspoiled experience of reading through the final Harry Potter book. Expect tears. Lots of them. Oh, and a few plays. Oh, and the best dedication to Hedwig one could give her. Then expect to cry some more.< Less
Tom Willoughby's Scouts: A Story of the War in German East Africa By Herbert Strang
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Tom Willoughby's Scouts: A Story of the War in German East Africa by Herbert Strang. The author use the pseudonym of two English authors, George Herbert Ely (1866–1958) and Charles James... More > L'Estrange (1867–1947). They specialized in writing adventure stories for boys. Among the passengers who boarded the Hedwig von Wissmann at Kigoma on Lake Tanganyika, one June day in 1914, there were two who engaged more particularly the attention of those already on deck. The first was a tall stalwart man of some fifty years, with hard blue eyes, full red cheeks, a square chin, and a heavy blond moustache streaked with grey. He stepped somewhat jerkily up the gangway, brought his hand stiffly to his brow in response to the salute of the first officer, and was led by that deferential functionary to a chair beneath the deck awning.< Less
The Oriental Story Book: A Collection of Tales By Wilhelm Hauff
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Wilhelm Hauff (29 November 1802 – 18 November 1827) was a... More > German poet and novelist.Hauff was born in Stuttgart, the son of August Friedrich Hauff, a secretary in the ministry of foreign affairs, and Hedwig Wilhelmine Elsaesser Hauff. He was the second of four children.Young Hauff lost his father when he was seven years old, and his early education was practically self-gained in the library of his maternal grandfather at Tübingen, where his mother had moved after the death of her husband. In 1818 he was sent to the Klosterschule at Blaubeuren, and in 1820 began to study at the University of Tübingen. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Hauff< Less
The Marvellous History of the Shadowless Man, and The Cold Heart By Adelbert von Chamisso
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Wilhelm Hauff (29 November 1802 – 18 November 1827) was a... More > German poet and novelist.Hauff was born in Stuttgart, the son of August Friedrich Hauff, a secretary in the ministry of foreign affairs, and Hedwig Wilhelmine Elsaesser Hauff. He was the second of four children.Young Hauff lost his father when he was seven years old, and his early education was practically self-gained in the library of his maternal grandfather at Tübingen, where his mother had moved after the death of her husband. In 1818 he was sent to the Klosterschule at Blaubeuren, and in 1820 began to study at the University of Tübingen. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Hauff< Less