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  [english | 1918]  

Edward D Liveing

Summary: [Crisis: The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor and Southeast Asia is a 1992 book written by Allan Beekman who also wrote The Niihau Incident and Hawaiian Tales. Crisis organizes into a coherent whole the elements that coalesced into the tragedy of Pearl Harbor.]
Genres: [history | warDownloads: 465


  [english | ]  

C Suetonius Tranquillus

Summary: [it was a very good read and i quiet liked it]
Genres: [history | biographyDownloads: 20

Aunt Charlotte Stories Of Greek History

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge

Summary: [Aunt Charlotte S Stories Of Greek History by Charlotte Mary Yonge. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. Henry Horn s X-Ray Eye Glasses is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by Dwight V. Swain is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of Dwight V. Swain then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 377

Authorised Guide To The Tower Of London

  [english | ]  

W Loftie

Summary: [William John Loftie (1839 ? 1911) was a British clergyman and writer on the history of London travel art and architecture.]
Genres: [travel | historyDownloads: 194

Autobiography Of Benjamin Franklin

  [english | 1916]  

Benjamin Franklin

Summary: [The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin is the traditional name for the unfinished record of his own life written by Benjamin Franklin from 1771 to 1790 however Franklin himself appears to have called the work his Memoirs. Although it had a tortuous publication history after Franklins death this work has become one of the most famous and influential examples of autobiography ever written. ...]
Genres: [biography | audiobook | historyDownloads: 487

Ave Roma Immortalis Vol 1

  [english | 1898]  

F Marion Crawford

Excerpts: [... daily thought and action then fierce strength, and courage, and love of life and of possession last, obedience to the chosen leader, in clear liberty, ...... to go back to the clear streets and cleaner air of Veii. Their little houses were lost and untraceable in the universal chaos. But the rich man's ruins ...... most authorities. Compare it with the Latin of Livy and Tacitus it ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 414

Ball Bluff

  [english | 1913]  

Charles Lawrence Peirson

Excerpts: [... of the Civil War, has been often described, and is familiar to the passing generation, but has, I believe, never before been placed upon your records, ...... and with all these military experiences, he became the best equipped man for the command of the Union Army. General McClellan was the most popular ...... accomplished soldier and we all respected him as such. We were part of ...]
Genres: [war | historyDownloads: 22

Bank Of The Manhattan Company

  [english | ]  


Summary: [Bank Of The Manhattan Company by Anonymous. Oceanus one of the sea Gods sitting in a reclining posture on a rising ground pouring water from an urn which forms a river and terminates in a lake. On the exergue will be inscribed Seal of the Manhattan Company. ]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 121

Battery E In France

  [english | 1919]  

Frederic Kilner

Summary: [Battery E In France by Frederic R Kilner. Publisher s.n. Publication date 1919 Subjects Artillery Field and mountain World War 1914-1918 History Military World War I Technology]
Genres: [history | warDownloads: 436

Battle Of Fort George

  [english | 1896]  

Ernest Alexander Cruikshank

Excerpts: [... Historical Society in publishing a paper written by Capt. Cruikshank, who has well earned the title of the historian of the Niagara peninsula. Of the ...... teams passing each other in a day. At this time the old portage on the American bank was entirely dis-used, but in 1806 the exclusive rights to the carrying ...... of the population were believed to be natives of the British ...]
Genres: [war | history | canadian literatureDownloads: 19

Battle Studies

  [english | 1921]  

Charles Jean Jacques Joseph Ardant Du Picq

Excerpts: [... the mind of man the essential in war-because it is this mind that makes war-he surely sees better than anybody else a ound change in the exterior ...... vanquish, to watch, to fight for control, it will have no reason for existence.. In tracing a portrait so much resembling bellicose and conquering ...... at all, but soldiers of our days, the fact is none the less significant. It ...]
Genres: [war | history | instructionalDownloads: 124

Bears I Have Met And Others

  [english | 1903]  

Allen Kelly

Excerpts: [... his disposition has been maligned ever since the female of his species came out of the woods to rebuke irreverence to smooth-pated age. Every man's hand ...... up and liberally sprinkled with blood for yards around. The men carried Jabine to the nearest mining camp, whence others went to bring in the body ...... up formidably in the dusk of an evening when I saw him feasting, forty ...]
Genres: [nature | history | adventureDownloads: 312

Beasts Men And Gods

  [english | ]  

Ferdinand Ossendowski

Excerpts: [... of the chimney of my hut. I stealthily crept along closer to the cabin and discovered two saddled horses with soldiers' rifles slung to the saddles. Two ...... a good reception at the hands of the peasants, who did not perate our disguise and we saw that they hated the Bolsheviki, who had destroyed many of ...... medicine dealers. These horns, when boiled and dried, are called ...]
Genres: [adventure | travel | historyDownloads: 356

Before And After Waterloo

  [english | 1907]  

Edward Stanley

Excerpts: [... hear at Geneva, where I shall go as soon as the great Consul will permit me by shewing himself. The Country is in the finest state possible, and their ...... for the officers or Midshipmen, they never think of it. Indeed, the latter live exactly as well as the officers they mess with them, have as good berths, ...... enough-we have Green Peas and Asparagus every day. But we ...]
Genres: [correspondence | historyDownloads: 170

Behind The Bungalow

  [english | 1887]  

Edward Hamilton Aitken

Excerpts: [... papers appeared in the Times of India, and were written, of course, for the Bombay Presidency but the Indian Nowker exhibits very much the ...... these accounts and know them. It is vain to be indignant. You must just pay the bill, and if you do not want another, you must make up your mind to be ...... and so on, until they mature into hamals and mussals themselves. Like all larvae,...]
Genres: [periodical | politics | historyDownloads: 366

Bell Cathedrals Southwark Cathedral

  [english | 1905]  

George Worley

Excerpts: [... before there was a bridge, it does not follow that the bridge immediately superseded it and it has been suggested, as more likely, that both means ...... the north aisle, where he was eventually buried, and where daily masses were said for the repose of his soul before the Reformation. His monument was ...... Hooper, Bishop of Gloucester, all of whom were afterwards burnt. They are ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 152

Bell Cathedrals The Abbey Church Of Tewkesbury

  [english | 1906]  

H L Mass

Summary: [Bell S Cathedrals The Abbey Church Of Tewkesbury H J L J Mass? by H J L J Mass?. excerpt from the book.. HISTORY OF THE FOUNDATION AND FABRIC OF THE ABBEY CHURCH AND SOME ACCOUNT OF ITS BENEFACTORS. Tradition originating in the desire to account for the name of the town would assign the foundation of a cell or chapel to Theoc or in Latin form Theocus in or about 655. In support of this theory ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 410

Bell Cathedrals The Cathedral Church Of Carlisle

  [english | 1900]  

C King Eley

Excerpts: [... in compiling this handbook may be specially mentioned Nicolson and Burn's History and Antiquities of Westmoreland and Cumberland, Hutchinson's History ...... north choir-aisle was thrown into the choir, and a new one added northward of the former. One consequence of this alteration is seen by comparing the ...... added to the choir may still be seen in St. Catherine's Chapel. He ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 181

Bell Cathedrals The Cathedral Church Of Durham

  [english | 1899]  

J Bygate

Excerpts: [... of him as a man of great piety and zeal, combined with tender charity and gentleness. Aidan became intimately associated with King Oswald, the ...... to Dunholme, where he was to be received to a Place of Rest. They were again in great Distress, in not knowing where Dunholme lay but as they proceeded, ...... beyond the erection of his own throne and tomb (in which he was afterwards ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 484

Bell Cathedrals The Cathedral Church Of Ely

  [english | 1901]  

W Sweeting

Excerpts: [... York. This Ebba was afterwards canonised, and her name is preserved in the name of the promontory on the coast of Berwickshire known as S. Abb's Head. After ...... undertook the cost. At West Halton, the next village to Winteringham (as Bentham has observed), the church is dedicated to S. Etheldreda and this place ...... were by no means regardless of the domestic buildings of the ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 75
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