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The Bird Flu Survival Handbook By A J Ensor
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It's Only A Matter Of “When” NOT “If” H5N1 Will Arrive. There’s A Lot You Can Do to Protect Your Family and Community and You Can Start Learning Right Now. First Thing... More > Is To Get Past All The Lies And Rumors. The word "Plague" comes down to us from history representing death incarnate. It is a reference to an epidemic disease characterized by its fast movement and unusually high rate of mortality. It's most famous incarnation of the modern era was the 1918 Spanish Flu. Governments never managed to count all the dead from 1918. 250 to 500 million mortalities world wide is statistically realistic. Nothing could stop it. Now its 21st century cousin, The Bird Flu, is migrating throughout the globe. If we discover its human subtype six to nine months before a major outbreak we can keep survival rates high. If not, Bird Flu is far more deadly than its 1918 counterpart... AJ Ensor has been a Journalist for 16 years and his last book can be found at< Less
Scenarios Vol III : Crossing the Line By Melanie Dent
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The final three novellas in the Scenarios series CROSSING THE LINE Lady Lynchcliffe is struggling with widowhood. She is also convinced that her estranged sister, Lady Trevelyan, believed drowned... More > on RMS Titanic, isn’t dead. She consults a medium to try to answer her questions. But what will the medium reveal? MISSING IN ACTION It is 1915 and Lord Lynchcliffe is at war. Lady Lynchcliffe-George is distraught when she receives a telegram stating that her son is Missing in Action. Michael’s wife, Irene, is choked with fear of loss; especially since she has just learnt she is carrying Michael’s child. Will Michael make it out alive? NOTHING BUT HOPE It is 1919 and Lewis Franklin falls sick with the Spanish flu. His wife, Margaret, is distraught especially when her beloved father, Thomas Frazer, also falls sick. She has only hope. Can the Franklins have a happy ending?< Less
Lynchcliffe Chronicles Volume three: Making Peace with the Past By Melanie Dent
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WARNING: NOT SUITABLE FOR THOSE BELOW 18 AS CONTAINS ADULT MEATERIAL OF A SEXUAL NATURE AND DISCUSSION OF ADULT THEMES As the dark days of the Great War recede into memory the inhabitants of... More > Lynchcliffe Park prepare to put their pasts behind them. Thomas Frazer finally lays his late wife’s memory to rest to embrace new love and passion but will he and Florence live happily ever after. Franklin is forced to confront a painfully unpleasant memory when he undertakes to help his son with a school project; how will Margaret react to these insights into her beloved husband’s past? The Spanish Flu pandemic sweeps though Lynchcliffe Park; placing Dr Hamish George under tremendous pressure. But will the sweetest and most complete victory over the pain of the past belong to Lady Lynchcliffe as a prominent figure from her past returns to make her peace?< Less
From the Narrow Passage Volume II By David T. Gochenour
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“From the Narrow Passage” recounts the life of Dr. David Gochenour (1880-1930) as taken from his extensive memoirs. Volume II begins with Dr. Gochenour as ship physician in the... More > Philippines on a survey mission, a “self-imposed exile”. While abroad, he encountered the remotest corners of the new American empire on the farthest Philippine islands, Asian wonders, and the new American tourist sites of Hawaii and the Grand Canyon. When he got home he experienced America changing, the Great War, and later the Great Influenza Pandemic. He left America because his marriage was ruined by the drug addiction of his wife. After his return, his first wife died, and Dr. Gochenour finally found love and family in rural Stuart's Draft in the upper Shenandoah Valley.< Less
Infection Protection Pandemic By
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Historians estimate that, at one point, over half of the 1.6 billion people in the world in 1918 were infected with the Spanish Flu. Millions of young, healthy adults fell ill to the disease and... More > died from the suffocation it caused. The 1918 flu pandemic caused the largest one-year decline in the average lifespan in the United States in modern history, slashing it by a full twelve years. Sometimes referred to as "America's forgotten pandemic," the 1918 flu pandemic continues to haunt medical experts and scientists around the globe. We are on the verge of experiencing another worldwide infectious disease outbreak, this time perhaps caused by the bird flu virus known as H5N1. "Infection Protection: Pandemic" outlines dozens of natural, non toxic approaches aim to enhance your overall immune resistance to a wide variety of infectious diseases, be it seasonal influenza, the common cold, or even bird flu.< Less
The Truth of the History of the World By Eric Rainbolt
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Is history being 'concocted'? Yes it is. Hidden powerful interests associated with 33rd degree freemasonry are attempting to take credit in 'architect'ing history to create a despotic one world... More > totalitarian government. If you thought any president since JFK had good intentions, please look at the long trail of evidence contained in this unique book. For example, two catastophies occured on the "11th" anniversary of two speeches Bush I delivered announcing the "New World Order'. One was in front of Congress on 9/11/1990 and the other was in front of the UN on 2/1/1992. 11 years from the first was 9-11. 11 years from the second was the intententional sacrifice of STS 107 Columbia over Dallas - the "33rd" parallel, a number coveted by freemasons implanted throughout the US government. 9-11 commemorated the initial "9" Knights Templar who banded together in "1111"AD. Next, On 3/11/2004 (3x11-"33") they murdered 191 people on trains in Madrid. Frightening? Yes. True? Yes. (1900-2005 covered.)< Less
The Disease in Mexico By Jackeline Sanchez
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Information about the swine flu (Spanish)
Dead Quarantine (Zombieclypse #1) By A. Rosaria
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Unbeknownst to two teenagers—Ralph worried about a history exam he didn't study for and Sarah having studied all weekend—a flu pandemic with apocalyptic proportions rages over the world.... More > On Monday, they arrive at their high school besieged by men in hazmat suits, escorting infected teenagers to buses. Ralph is forced on one of these quarantine buses and Sarah, along with the remaining healthy student body, gets quarantined at school. This flu however is worse than the 1918 Spanish Flu that killed a hundred million people—much worse. This flu turns its victims into the walking dead. The few not infected are left not only with the grief of their family and friends passing, but also with the horror of their families, friends, and neighbors trying to rip the flesh off them. Will the zombies feast on their young flesh or will they escape?< Less
Epidemics and Pandemics: Real Tales of Deadly Diseases By Judy Dodge Cummings
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Feel a tickle in your throat? Still have that headache? Are you falling victim to a deadly virus? Epidemics and Pandemics: Real Tales of Deadly Diseases tells the tale of five of history’s... More > most critical contagions and the havoc these diseases wreaked across the globe, including the bubonic plague, yellow fever, smallpox, Spanish influenza, and AIDS. This nonfiction book for early middle schoolers whets their appetites for history by combining real life horror stories with primary sources and rich language. High-interest narrative nonfiction books engage low-interest readers with captivating action and compelling characters.< Less
A Sesquicentennial Commemorative History By Burnell Eckardt
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This book details the history of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Kewanee, Illinois from 1862-2012. It also contains an appendix: "Memos to Pastors and Parishes in Trouble"