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Sabotage By Emile Pouget
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This little book became part of the creed of the Industrial Workers of the World, could be found in reading rooms of IWW halls. Written by Èmile Pouget, the words were translated from the... More > French by Arturo Giovannitti in 1912 while he was in jail in Lawrence, Massachusetts – a frame up for his part as a Wobbly leader during the textile-workers’ strike. For Pouget, Giovannitti, and the IWW, sabotage came to mean any withdrawal of efficiency — including the slowdown, the strike, and before a strike, the creative bungling of equipment for the scabs.< Less
Sabotage By Emile Pouget
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Èmile Pouget's words were translated from the French by Arturo Giovannitti while in jail in 1912 – framed during the textile-workers’ strike in Lawrence, Mass. For Pouget,... More > Giovannitti, and the IWW, sabotage meant withdrawal of efficiency — including the slowdown, strike, and before a strike, creative bungling of equipment for the scabs. This little book found in Wobbly halls and reading rooms became part of the creed of the Industrial Workers of the World. Sold at cost here for use and not for profit.< Less
Sabotage By Marc Yu
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Local Chelsea detective Ryan Campbell thinks that something is wrong with the recent deaths in London. Hy hypothesizes that Charles was poisoned, Frank's death was no accident, and the policeman... More > assassinated was supposed to be none other than himself. Ryan starts snooping around trying to find other clues. Unbeknownst to him, both the MI6 and Yakuza are on his tail. As time starts running out and leads are getting scarce, Ryan uncovers a plot much larger than what he imagined.< Less
Sabotage in Space By Carey Rockwell
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During final exams Roger cons a younger cadet out of some study spools that were supposed to go their arch rivals the Capella Unit. After learning of this Tom and Astro convince Roger to return the... More > tapes but in so doing causes a fight that nearly expels the two groups. Both units are placed on trial and the Polaris Unit is sentenced to guard duty for a Top Secret Projectile Project that has the potential to revolutionize space travel. While on guard duty the unit is engulfed in a conspiracy to sabotage the project, during which the unit is thought to have gone AWOL. It is up to Tom, Roger and Astro to clear there name and save the project from certain disaster. Book seven of the Tom Corbett Space Cadet series.< Less
Sabotage In Space By Carey Rockwell
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During final exams Roger cons a younger cadet out of some study spools that were supposed to go their arch rivals the Capella Unit. After learning of this Tom and Astro convince Roger to return the... More > tapes but in so doing causes a fight that nearly expels the two groups. Both units are placed on trial and the Polaris Unit is sentenced to guard duty for a Top Secret Projectile Project that has the potential to revolutionize space travel. While on guard duty the unit is engulfed in a conspiracy to sabotage the project, during which the unit is thought to have gone AWOL. It is up to Tom, Roger and Astro to clear there name and save the project from certain disaster. Book seven of the Tom Corbett Space Cadet series.< Less
Sabotage in Greece By Bernard O'Connor
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Following the Italian invasion of Albania, the British government was worried that Greece would be next. Their Intelligence Service in Athens prepared to sabotage their plans, stored explosives and... More > trained saboteurs. When Germany came to Italy's aid, they took control of Greece, despite attempts to sabotage the road and rail links. This book investigates the success and failures of British, American and Greek sabotage missions, the attacks on the Gorgopotamos and Asopos viaducts, on roads, railways, shipping and mining operations. Using contemporary documents from the National Archives, biographies and autobiographies, it provides first-hand accounts from those involved, those who masterminded the operations and the reports of the agents infiltrated by boat, submarine or plane. It has also used historians' accounts found on websites to provide a detailed history of sabotage in Greece between 1940 and liberation in 1944.< Less
Sabotage in Holland By Bernard O'Connor
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Between 1940 and 1945, over twenty Dutch men attended a course in industrial sabotage at Brickendonbury Manor, near Hertford, UK, before being parachuted into Holland to undertake attacks on... More > industrial, transport, telecommunication and military targets across the country. This book tells the stories of their successes and failures.< Less
Sabotage in Holland By Bernard O'Connor
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Between 1940 and 1945, over twenty Dutch men attended a course in industrial sabotage at Brickendonbury Manor, near Hertford, UK, before being parachuted into Holland to undertake attacks on targets... More > across the country. This book tells the stories of their successes and failures.< Less
Sabotage in Norway By Bernard O'Connor
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Between 1940 and 1945 over forty Norwegians were trained in industrial sabotage at Brickendonbury Manor, near Hertford, U.K. and infiltrated by the 'Shetland Bus', fishing boats, motorboats or... More > submarines or parachuted by planes to attack transport, industrial, military and telecommunication targets across Norway. Whilst most will have heard of the sabotage of the Norsk heavy water plant at Vemork, this book tells the stories of many of the saboteurs other successes and failures.< Less
Sabotage in France By Bernard O'Connor
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Between 1940 and 1944 dozens of French men and some women were trained in industrial sabotage at Brickendonbury Manor, near Hertford, UK before being infiltrated into France on top secret missions to... More > destroy transport, industrial and telecommunications targets. They included Raymond Basset, Madeleine Bayard, Georges Bergé, M. Bernard, Raymond Cabard, Francis Cammaerts, Marcel Clech, Elizabeth Devereaux-Rochester, J. Forman, John Farmer, Georges, Albert Guèrisse (Pat O’Leary), André Jarrot, Jules Lesage, J. le Tac, Claude Peri, Petit-Laurent, Jean Pillet, Harry Rée, J. Renault, Charles Rechenmann, Robert Rodriguez, Maurice Southgate, André Varnier, Nancy Wake and Pearl Witherington. Numerous other French men and women took part in sabotage activities and their contribution to the country’s liberation needs to be acknowledged.< Less