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Snowdon - The Story So Far By Tony Ellis
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A comprehensive history of Snowdon, from its formation millions of years ago to the problems created by its popularity in the 21st century - and everything in between. 500 pages, with 400 photos,... More > diagrams and illustrations. 25 chapters, b/w< Less
The Lonsdale and Turner Pioneers in Victoria By Peter Riedt
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The Lonsdale and Turner families are the forebears of thousands of Victorians. Their lives were hard; they were pioneers and they were some of the people who built the foundations of the Australia... More > today. The painting of McCubbin tells their story.< Less
The Duel, or the Flower of Arms for Single Combat, Both Offensive and Defensive, by Achille Marozzo By W. Jherek Swanger & Achille Marozzo
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Achille Marozzo’s Opera Nova (1536) was the most highly renowned text of the cut-and-thrust school of “Bolognese swordsmanship”. It describes armed combat with the single-handed... More > sword, alone and with a variety of companion arms (bucklers, shield, dagger, second sword, cape, etc.); the dagger alone or with cape; the two-handed sword; a variety of pole arms; and grappling techniques, both armed and unarmed. This translation was prepared with the practitioner of historical fencing in mind. It encompasses the entirety of the Opera Nova with the exception of the discussion of the dueling code in Book 5, is highly annotated, and includes all of the numerous original illustrations. The translator has provided an extensive introduction covering history, technical elements, and theory, as well as a glossary and a gallery of guards. Please see the preview.< Less
A Synopsis of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence By Bob Navarro
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The Declaration of Independence is probably one of the most important documents in American history. The declaration was a complete break of the thirteen colonies from the British authority. The 56... More > signers risked their lives in the effort to free themselves from what they viewed as an autocratic rule with no place for representation. They viewed it as a declaration of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, they also affirmed that any government would be subject to the consent of the governed.< Less

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