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The War Diaries By Varadachariar Nadathur Desikachariar
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This edition of the Kasi Diaries draws upon the insightful entries detailing the events of the Second World War on a daily basis, and aims to be a contemporaneous view of the genesis, development and... More > end of the war. The Diaries display a keen and observant mind, and shows the writer to be a fascinating narrator of events,with an easy style of writing and an excellent sense of humour. Almost to the day when Germany capitulated in May 1945, Kasi wrote in his Diary, “I have lived through this eventful period of the world’s history – Thank God!” "What I found most fascinating about his jottings are events leading to World War II, the rise of fascism in Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan,and their initial victories ending in ignominious defeats. I felt like I was watching a news-reel film." - Khushwant Singh.< Less
War of the Worlds By H.G. Wells
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Written in 1898, "War of the Worlds" has been viewed by scholars as both social commentary and a prophetic vision of a future Wells would never live to experience first-hand.
The Omen Series: Wars and Rumors of Wars By Matthew Ballou
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This small catalog collects the Omen Series of paintings by Matthew Ballou, which were shown at Gillock Gallery in Chicago during August 2006. Included is Ballou's short text on the inspiration for... More > the project as well individual commentary on each work.< Less
"De Bello Gallico" and Other Commentaries of Julius Caesar By Julius Caesar
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"De Bello Gallico" and Other Commentaries is Julius Caesar's firsthand account of the Gallic Wars, written as a third-person narrative. In it Caesar describes the battles and intrigues that... More > took place in the nine years he spent fighting local armies in Gaul that opposed Roman domination.< Less
A New Believer's Bible Commentary: Genesis - Deuteronomy By Dr. Judy Barrett
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If you know more lines from Star Wars then you do from the Bible then this book is for you! Years ago I became frustrated with the number of commentaries that seemingly required a degree in something... More > Biblical to be easily read by the average believer. Since I had such a degree, and was seemingly able to relate to an 'average person' people who should have known better encouraged me to write a commentary that they could read and enjoy. So I did. And I included stories from my life, and some from theirs, to help illustrate what the Bible is trying to say to us today. Will you agree with all of it? Probably not. The Bible is a big book (actually it is a collection of books) and I can't think of one theologian I fully agree with on everything either. But at least you will understand what you disagree with, and that is valuable as well.< Less
The Book Of Daniel: A Literal Translation & Commentary By Mark E Jeffries
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The Book Of Daniel: A Literal Translation And Commentary. - Daniel chronicles the time from Nebuchadnezzar to the return of the Jews to Jerusalem. It also chronicles the 4 empires that would exist... More > until the final destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70. - Much care has been taken to carefully map the progression of the 4 empires of late Jewish history starting with the Babylonian Empire and ending with the final destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans. - It is noteworthy that chapters 11 & 12 contain a section of the prophecy that modern scholars attribute to the coming "End-Times" and "the rising of the Antichrist." However, proper research that uses no preconceptions shows that it actually reveals the time period from Antiochus Epiphanies to "The Wars of the Jews" and the ensuing destruction of Jerusalem.< Less
Propaganda! By Various Artists of World War II
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Propaganda is the deliberate, systematic attempt to shape perceptions, manipulate cognitions, and direct behavior to achieve a response that furthers the desired intent of the... More > propagandist. —Garth S. Jowett and Victoria O'Donnell, Propaganda and Persuasion This book is simply the art of World War II, it showcases the work and propaganda's message simply. There is no commentary by myself, as the images more than speak for themselves. At times the images are outright frightening. Sometimes simple. All speak volumes about their own dark era in history.< Less
Propaganda! By Various Artists of World War II
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Propaganda is the deliberate, systematic attempt to shape perceptions, manipulate cognitions, and direct behavior to achieve a response that furthers the desired intent of the... More > propagandist. —Garth S. Jowett and Victoria O'Donnell, Propaganda and Persuasion This book is simply the art of World War II, it showcases the work and propaganda's message simply. There is no commentary by myself, as the images more than speak for themselves. At times the images are outright frightening. Sometimes simple. All speak volumes about their own dark era in history.< Less
The Art of War by Sunzi By Byrd Press
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During the Ch`in and Han dynasties Sun Tzu's ART OF WAR was in general use amongst military commanders, but they seem to have treated it as a work of mysterious import, and were unwilling to expound... More > it for the benefit of posterity. Thus it came about that Wei Wu was the first to write a commentary on it.< Less
The Art of War by Sun Tzu By James Clum
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This version of the classic The Art of War by Sun Tzu provides the reader with an accurate and concise translation from the original Chinese text. It is not intended to provide historical background... More > or commentary, but rather to allow the reader to enjoy the classic in its entirety, and come to one's own insights.< Less