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Motherland By Rayn Gryphon
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Poems about my Motherland, a Space of Love to raise a child in, to beautify and to derive the best possible benefit from everything God has already set up in Nature out of all thoughtfulness for... More > Man's every Happiness and Gladness, inspired by the same and understood best, if at all, by our own most inspired dreams for our child, dreams of Life.< Less
Motherland By Rayn Gryphon
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Poems about my Motherland, a Space of Love to raise a child in, to beautify and to derive the best possible benefit from everything God has already set up in Nature out of all thoughtfulness for... More > Man's every Happiness and Gladness, inspired by the same and understood best, if at all, by our own most inspired dreams for our child, dreams of Life.< Less
Erased Motherland By Manuchar KATCHAKHIDZE
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Essays, printed materials about Georgian Emigrants by Manuchar Katchakhidze, Editor-in-chief of one-and-only Georgian Journal in USA Mamuli
The Motherland of Elephants By Max Fram
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'Russia is the motherland of elephants' this phrase from a Soviet-era anekdot (a peculiar genre of Russian jokes, often political, or obscene, or both) takes the mickey out of historical propaganda.... More > The phrase is symbolic of the somewhat lighthearted approach to history, which is quintessential to this book. This is not an official history but a series of sketches, often humorous, on various aspects of Russian life over the centuries, of people, institutions, natural and political phenomena and local products of interest. The book also offers glimpses of Russia's historical relations with the West, chequered, complex and fraught with chronic mutual misunderstanding.< Less
The Motherland of Elephants By Max Fram
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'Russia is the motherland of elephants' - this phrase from a Soviet-era anekdot (a peculiar genre of Russian jokes, often political, or obscene, or both) takes the mickey out of historical... More > propaganda. The phrase is symbolic of the somewhat light-hearted approach to history, which is quintessential to this book. This is not an official history but a series of sketches, often humorous, on various aspects of Russian life over the centuries, of people, institutions, natural and political phenomena and local products of interest. The book also offers glimpses of Russia's historical relations with the West, chequered, complex and fraught with chronic mutual misunderstanding.< Less
For Our Motherland By Edgar Urmanov
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What if one day you move into your new apartment and encounter some items in it left from the previous owners? What if one of these items is a forgotten diary? Would you read it? Or would you be able... More > to resist and just leave it alone? How would your decision affect you? For Our Motherland is a historical fiction that is set during the Second World War. It recalls the story of a brave Soviet person from Leningrad, who decided to keep a diary a few days before the war started. The events in this novel are set in both, the present and the past, and are mysteriously connected to each other. Aren't you already excited?< Less
Return to the Motherland By Paul Richard Cook
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Since 2000, Russian players are increasingly absent from the National Hockey League. This project explores the relationship between changes in the political economy of Russian hockey and the factors... More > that shape the migratory decisions of Russian players. In using Wallerstein’s World Systems Theory, it is argued that specific events relating to a nation’s place within an economic and/or cultural relationship can significantly alter patterns of migration. Russia’s newfound economic strength and confidence on the world stage is evident in the support for the country’s new Kontinental Hockey League. The resulting changes in the political economy of Russian hockey, coupled with the restrictive nature of the National Hockey League’s salary cap have led to a tremendous decrease in the number of Russian players in the NHL.< Less
Glass Motherland By Peter DelGobbo
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Yapti Tasbia - The Miskitu Motherland By Josephenie Hendy Hebbert Twaska
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"Yapti Tasbia - The Miskitu Motherland" was written by the Matriarch of the Miskitu nation reflecting on her nation's Manifest Destiny of the Miskitu Kingdom to rise up and once again be a... More > nation among nations by restoration of the legal government, their territorial boundaries, and national sovereignty. The book records the Miskitu people who have endured degrading conditions of life, genocide, enslavement and poverty since 1894. Throughout their history, from the first Miskitu kingdom contact with the Spanish and British, the author details how each nation's own interests circumvented the rights of the Miskitu nation to be a nation among nations, after the Miskitu nation replaced the Church of England with the Moravian Church as their established religion. This book reveals both the obstacles as well as the United Nations international referendum process of decolonization to free the Miskitu Coast and restore its right to exist.< Less