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Headquarters Nights: A Record of Conversations and Experiences at the Headquarters of the German Army in France and Belgium By Vernon Kellogg
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In 1915, Kellogg was a pacifist and humanitarian working with relief organisations in war-torn Europe. By 1917, he wanted war with Germany, pursued to total victory. Headquarters Nights is the story... More > of his conversion. The Prussians told Kellogg how Darwinism justified war and offered the ultimate test for the ‘survival of the fittest’. Kellogg was shocked. This perverted Darwinism. It had to be resisted. Kellogg’s conversion was no easy journey. This offers an intimate study of one man’s transformation from an opponent of all wars into a firm advocate of one war. It will offer insight for modern thinkers about world events today.< Less
2 GENERAL HEADQUARTERS LIAISON REGIMENT CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN By ASHER PIRT
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General Headquarters Liaison Regiment reported battlefield information straight to high level Intelligence and Operations Staff. This information consisted of everything a Commander needed to make... More > decisions to win the battle. All commanders need to be aware of up to date and accurate information on what is happening on the frontline. GHQ Liaison Regiment gathered information by sending patrols and by communications intercept of units engaged in battle. This history tells the story of the background to the formation of 2 GHQ Liaison Regiment. The hard work of the unit has not completely been recognised by historians of the Second World War and perhaps this helps fill the gap in our knowledge. During the War the unit was greatly appreciated by all Allied unit in the Mediterranean and North West Europe campaigns. Without the service provided by the unit the Allies would have struggled to win the War.< Less
2 GENERAL HEADQUARTERS LIAISON REGIMENT CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN By ASHER PIRT
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General Headquarters Liaison Regiment reported battlefield information straight to high level Intelligence and Operations Staff. This information consisted of everything a Commander needed to make... More > decisions to win the battle. All commanders need to be aware of up to date and accurate information on what is happening on the frontline. GHQ Liaison Regiment gathered information by sending patrols and by communications intercept of units engaged in battle. This history tells the story of the background to the formation of 2 GHQ Liaison Regiment. The hard work of the unit has not completely been recognised by historians of the Second World War and perhaps this helps fill the gap in our knowledge. During the War the unit was greatly appreciated by all Allied unit in the Mediterranean and North West Europe campaigns. Without the service provided by the unit the Allies would have struggled to win the War.< Less
Worlds to Conquer By Tim Jones
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Beneath the icy exterior of Europa, warm ocean satellite of Jupiter, is located the Aquametro, New Paris, headquarters of the seabed mining colony where Europa Gold is excavated to power... More > inter-stellar ships searching for a new sun with habitable worlds. The 23rd Century colonisation of the planets established, World Government's corruption spreads out like a web amongst it all; to the Jovian System, and ultimately, beyond. Sirius is the destination for the star ships and the men of Earth, but ahead ventures Julian Thane, an outcast rebel of the domed cities of the motherworld. Pursuing him, across nine light years come the Trackerz, the super men of the future, the merciless elite of the SSS, the Special Space Service, for Thane has something they want, and they mean to spare nothing ensuring its retrieval.< Less
Supremost Comradium! By Chief Adekunle Adetunji Ewatomi (Olu Omo) World HQ
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Historically, the conception of the idea to start the now Kegites’ Club International (initially known as "Palmwine Drinkers klub") started at a palm wine drinking... More > shop/‘joint’ at the then University College (now University of Ibadan (UNIBADAN)). However, the particular spot where the shop was constructed is located in the region given out by the University first as the temporary site for the University of Ife (UNIFE (now Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)), Ile Ife and later, to establish the Polytechnic, Ibadan. This book provides an insight into the world the 'supremost comradium' and everything you need to know about this great club.< Less
©World of Doom-Legacy of Destruction By Terry "THE Warrior" Reece
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This is the 1st Issue of the EPIC MINI-SERIES, of "WORLD of DOOM-Legacy of Destruction. An Eternally EPIC Event Production of Futuristic SCI-FI Technological Visionary Suggestive Impact, with... More > Spiritual and Super Natural Creativeness and Profound awareness! The Very 1st combination of Science, Fiction, Super natural, Mystery, Magical, Technological, Futuristic, Spiritual, Theoretic, Truth, and profound togetherness of stories, plots, scenes, and compilation of Super Characters, even achieved. Someone had to venture, Beyond the proverbial “BOX”; and WE figured, That may as well be US, The T.E.A.M. Of the Developers, Artists/Illustrators, Writers, Creators; of “World OF DOOM-The Legacy of Destruction, here at TDM Comics International Headquarters. ©COPYRIGHT May 26, 2012 TERRY ALLEN REECE, AKA “the Warrior” ©World of Doom-Legacy of Destruction: is A PRODUCT BRAND OF ©REECENETRICS™ BY ®REECE ENTERPRISES/TIME TRAVEL NETWORK, INC./FAMILY MEDIA COMPANY/TDM COMICS INTERNATIONAL< Less
The 963rd Field Artillery Battalion in World War II By Walt Cross
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The 963rd Field Artillery Battalion during World War II was a non-divisional unit assigned to the XIX Corps. It consisted of four 155mm howitzer batteries, a service battery and a headquarters. The... More > heavy guns were towed by tractor and occasionally by truck. During its European service it provided artillery support to many different U.S. Army divisions and other units. It has a service record to be proud of and is the envy of many other Army commands. This unit history, although edited for clarity, is primarily taken from the unit history written by members of the 963rd at the conclusion of hostilities. Every effort has been made to preserve the essence of that history.< Less
Meanjin to Brisvegas: Snapshots of Brisbane's journey from colonial backwater to new world city By John Tilston
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This book describes seminal moments in the history of the capital city of Queensland, which in just one generation has grown from country town to vibrant modern metropolis. It had a tough start. It... More > became a separate state with less financial support from London than any other colony in the mighty British Empire. Almost a century later is was briefly the Allied Forces headquarters for the Pacific War, delighting and depressing its citizens in equal measure. Then it had to shake off corruption in high places before it could realise its great potential. There was some intrigue along the way. Early Brisbane society was enlivened by its own aristocratic Lady Di; a gruesome murder started a dynasty; the Battle of Brisbane was hushed-up to maintain morale; and the local ‘Rat Pack’ played a rather different Joke. Prior to European settlement - as Meanjin - it was a busy meeting place for the many indigenous clans in the Moreton Bay region.< Less
Meanjin to Brisvegas: Snapshots of Brisbane's Journey from Colonial Backwater to New World City By John Tilston
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In just one generation Brisbane has grown from country town to vibrant modern metropolis. Yet it had a tough start. It used to be a blue collar town, struggling under the weight of its history. Prior... More > to European settlement, as Meanjin, it was a busy meeting place for the many indigenous clans in the Moreton Bay area. Almost 200 years ago Brisbane had an traumatic start as a penal settlement poorly run by veterans of the Napoleonic Wars. It became a new state with less support from London than any other colony in the British Empire. Almost a century later it was briefly the headquarters for the Pacific War, delighting and depressing its citizens in equal measure. Then it had to fight off corruption in high places before it realising its great potential. There was some intrigue along the way. Early Brisbane society was enlivened by its own aristocratic Lady Di; a gruesome murder started a dynasty; the Battle of Brisbane was hushed-up to maintain morale; and the local ‘Rat Pack’ played a rather nasty Joke.< Less
Doc Savage: Phantom Lagoon By Will Murray, Lester Dent, Kenneth Robeson
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When a brazen adventuress tries to hire Doc Savage for a secret mission––but won’t tell him why––it lights the fuse for one of the most explosive exploits ever to... More > involve the Man of Bronze. Who is Hornetta Hale? Why does she need to rent Doc’s private submarine? And who is so determined to eliminate her that they destroy Doc Savage’s skyscraper headquarters in the process? From Manhattan Island to the Caribbean Sea, Doc and his fighting crew chase the most violent gang of criminals they have ever encountered in a desperate race to unlock the secret of Phantom Lagoon. Or are they more than mere criminals?< Less