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Publisher: Lexington Books | ISBN 10: 0739165720 | 2011 | PDF | 260 pages | 3.6 MB
David Wyatt - The Fall into Eden: Landscape and Imagination in California
Published: 1986-06-27 | ISBN: 0521323991, 0521397510 | PDF | 300 pages | 8 MB
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press | ISBN 10: 9067048011 | 2011 | PDF | 200 pages | 1.1 MB
Publisher: Duke University Press Books | ISBN 10: 0822348853 | 2011 | PDF | 376 pages | 10.6 MB
English | 2009 | ISBN: 0195327314 | 400 pages | EPUB | 7,4 MB
Language: English | EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 074533301X | 2014 | 312 pages | 1 MB / 1 MB
The Second World War casts a long shadow, portrayed as a necessary and paradigmatic war that defeated fascism. During recent wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, US presidents and British prime ministers have tried to claim they were following in the footsteps of Winston Churchill by standing up to dictators. In The Second World War Chris Bambery tests this position in a thorough account of the war and tries to understand why it still dominates TV history channels and school history books. Bambery argues that the conflict ultimately was about a division of the world between the great powers, as well as a rising of ordinary people against fascism. He offers a complex and radical analysis, that is unique when compared to many modern and conventional histories of the war.
Publisher: Praeger | ISBN 10: 0313391459 | 2011 | PDF | 283 pages | 2.1 MB
Unabridged edition 2014 | 7 hours and 37 mins | ISBN: 1452668140, ASIN: B00HWFI15C | MP3 64 kbps | 209 MB
Little more than one hundred years ago, maps of the world still boasted white space: places where no human had ever trod. Within a few short decades the most hostile of the world's environments had all been conquered. Likewise, in the twentieth century, medicine transformed human life. Doctors took what was routinely fatal and made it survivable. As modernity brought us ever more into different kinds of extremes, doctors pushed the bounds of medical advances and human endurance. Extreme exploration challenged the body in ways that only the vanguard of science could answer. Doctors, scientists, and explorers all share a defining trait: they push on in the face of grim odds. Because of their extreme exploration we not only understand our physiology better; we have also made enormous strides in the science of healing.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press | ISBN 10: 1107422248 | 2011 | PDF | 234 pages | 3.7 MB
Publisher: Ashgate | ISBN 10: 0754669645 | 2010 | PDF | 226 pages | 3.9 MB