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📒In Enemy Land ✍ Sara Bender
✏In Enemy Land Book Summary : This book offers a study of the Jewish community in Kielce and its environs during World War II and the Holocaust. It is the first of its kind in providing a comprehensive account of Kielce's Jews and their history as victims under the German occupation. The book focuses in particular on Jewish-Polish relations in the Kielce region; the deportation of the Jews of Kielce and its surrounding areas to the Treblinka death c& the difficulties faced by those attempting to help and save them; and daily life in the Small Ghetto from September 1942 until late May 1943.
📒Enemy Of God ✍ Bernard Cornwell
✏Enemy of God Book Summary : With The Winter King, the first volume of his magnificent Warlord Chronicles, Bernard Cornwell established himself as the storyteller who could reinvent the legend of King Arthur for our time. Now with Enemy of God, Cornwell's magical re-creation continues. Having defeated the last holdouts of civil war in southern Britain, Arthur has secured Mordred's throne. But he must still face raging conflicts between the old ways and the new, as well as foes more powerful and more dangerous--because they pose as friends. Brilliantly written and peopled with the familiar faces of legend along with new ones, Enemy of God is an immensely powerful continuation of a modern classic.
📒Know Your Communist Enemy ✍ United States. Office of Armed Forces Information and Education
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📒Battles Of The United States By Sea And Land ✍ Henry Barton Dawson
✏Battles of the United States by Sea and Land Book Summary : Part one of this two-volume series contains highlights of the battles of Trenton and Princeton. Only volume one is included in this Anthology.
📒Records Of Dispossession ✍ Michael R. Fischbach
✏Records of Dispossession Book Summary : No issue in the Arab-Israeli conflict has proven more intractable than the status of the Palestinian refugees. This work focuses on the controversial question of the property left behind by the refugees during the first Arab-Israeli war in 1948. Beyond discussing the extent of the refugees'losses and detailing the methods by which Israel expropriated this property, the book also notes the ways that the property question has affected, and in turn been affected by, the wider Arab-Israeli conflict over the decades. It shows how the property question influenced Arab-Israeli diplomacy and discusses the implications of the fact that the question remains unresolved despite numerous diplomatic efforts. From late 1947 through 1948, more than 726,000 Palestinians—over half the entire population—were uprooted from their homes and villages. Though some middle class refugees were able to flee with liquid capital, the majority were small-scale farmers whose worldly fortunes were the land, livestock, and crops they left behind. This book tells for the first time the full story of how much property changed hands, what it was worth, and how it was used by the fledgling state of Israel. It then traces the subsequent decades of diplomatic activity on the issue and publishes previously secret UN estimates of the scope and value of the refugee property. Michael Fischbach offers a detailed study of Israeli counterclaims for Jewish property lost in the Arab world, diplomatic schemes for resolving the conflict, secret compensation efforts, and the renewed diplomatic efforts on behalf of property claims since the onset of Arab-Israeli peace talks. Based largely on archival records, including those of the United Nations Conciliation Commission of Palestine, never before available to the public and kept under lock and key in the UN archives, Records of Dispossession is the first detailed historical examination of the Palestinian refugee property question.
📒The Untouchable Enemies ✍ Taiwo Johnson O
✏The Untouchable Enemies Book Summary : The book, The Untouchable Enemies, was written in order to assist believers in acting properly when faced with the devil’s human agents who are relatives, especially, those of one’s own house. Very often, we see wars coming against us from unsuspected sources. It can be from relatives or friends. The book narrates how best to handle related enemies to the satisfaction of God, self, and even the agents themselves. It opines that only through the divine wisdom can one successfully discharge such delicate enemies without falling guilty of the scripture that teaches the believer to feed, pray, and do good to those who persecute him. It also examines some practical situations, which has something to do with such enemies.
📒Eagle In The Land Of Dragons ✍ Peter Goh
✏Eagle in the Land of Dragons Book Summary : In 36 BC, Li Bi was the Prefect of Zhangye province in Han Dynasty China. He was called out of a comfortable retirement to join a military expedition against his old enemies the Xiongnu as cavalry commander. He would rather stay home in his new villa and enjoy the carnal pleasures with youngest wife Qingling. His past however beckons him and leaves him no choice. There are Romans in the Xiongnu army and perhaps, old comrades. Meanwhile as he prepares his men he writes a book about another war fought right around the world in Belgica. He traces the adventures of a young Centurion named Livy as he fights for Julius Caesar against the Belgae in 57BC. Livy leads Caesars band of mounted scouts armed with composite bows. The war is brutal but Livys life is complicated by the many exotic and seductive women he meets on the campaign trail. Caesar sends him on ever more dangerous missions but Livys understanding of the art of war sees him trough each encounter with the brave and determined enemy. The campaign climaxes at the River Sabis where Bodougnatus, King of the Nervii and 100,000 blood thirsty barbarians set up an elaborate ambush for the unwary Roman Army. Can Caesars vaunted tactical skills save the Roman Army from annihilation? Will Livys vaunted good luck finally run out? Meanwhile Li Bi rides west to face Chanyu Zhizhi, King of the Western Xiongnu with his newly raised cavalry armed with repeating crossbows. How will his Chinese troops fare against crack Roman infantry?
📒Trip To Enemy S Land ✍ Meer Almemar
✏Trip to Enemy s Land Book Summary : James Woodcutter was living a normal military life with his wife, Carina, as a Navy Soldier until he found himself in the enemy's territory, Cuba. The adventure started when his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. Not only did he lose everything he had with him into the ocean, but he also had to quickly figure out a plan to rescue himself. Take the adventure with James as he maneuvers through the Cuban jungle, without having a clue as to how he could rescue himself and stay alive while dealing with the enemy. Without speaking a word of Cuban or having any supply kits, he has to attempt to survive getting caught and tortured by the enemy, for Carina. But will he make it? Stay with James to find out if his Navy training skills will get him through his prisoner of war experience and out of the Enemy's Land. Meer Almemar was born in Kurdistan and moved to the United States in the year 2010 at the age of 12. He currently lives in Colorado with his family, including his parents and younger brother and is attending High School. From childhood, he has loved reading and writing. His favorite pass time is reading Stephen King novels and hopes to become a renowned author someday.
📒Vital Enemies ✍ Fernando Santos-Granero
✏Vital Enemies Book Summary : Analyzing slavery and other forms of servitude in six non-state indigenous societies of tropical America at the time of European contact, Vital Enemies offers a fascinating new approach to the study of slavery based on the notion of "political economy of life." Fernando Santos-Granero draws on the earliest available historical sources to provide novel information on Amerindian regimes of servitude, sociologies of submission, and ideologies of capture. Estimating that captive slaves represented up to 20 percent of the total population and up to 40 percent when combined with other forms of servitude, Santos-Granero argues that native forms of servitude fulfill the modern understandings of slavery, though Amerindian contexts provide crucial distinctions with slavery as it developed in the American South. The Amerindian understanding of life forces as being finite, scarce, unequally distributed, and in constant circulation yields a concept of all living beings as competing for vital energy. The capture of human beings is an extreme manifestation of this understanding, but it marks an important element in the ways Amerindian "captive slavery" was misconstrued by European conquistadors. Illuminating a cultural facet that has been widely overlooked or miscast for centuries, Vital Enemies makes possible new dialogues regarding hierarchies in the field of native studies, as well as a provocative re-framing of pre- and post-contact America.
📒My Father S War ✍ Hwang Ha-Yong
✏My Father s War Book Summary : Aug 15. 1945. Korea met liberation from Japanese colonial rule but eventually divided into two parts. Jun 25. 1950. The Korean war broke out abruptly by communist of North Korea. Young refugees of north Korea birth, leaving their families behind, gathered to help UN and South Korean army for expelling Communism from Korean peninsula. They became unnamed, armed agents and infiltrated behind the enemy lines and harassed the rear. Many of them disappeared in the unknowned rivers, fields and mountains. This book is about the hided heroes who were veiled for 55 years. Through one man's life, all behind history of unknown war are finally revealed. Hwang Ha-yong was one of the unnamed, forgotten one of the Korean Guerrilla and armed agent during and after the Korean war. He became a writer. His work was made by TV and Film in Korea. He also music composer and got a famous prize. Hwang sung is the son of Hwang Ha-yong and Helped his father finishingvarious writing works. He is Historian of covered operation related the Korean war and also a Writer.