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📒Operation Jackpot ✍ Sezan Mahmud
✏Operation Jackpot Book Summary : First Electronic Edition Published by Rupantar Publication 62 Wigglesworth St, Apt 2, Malden Massachusetts 02148 USA First Print Edition Bangla Academy Book fair 2009, Falgun 1415 Published by Engr. Md. Mehedi Hasan Banglaprakash 38/2-Kha Tajmahal Market, Ground Floor Banglabazar, Dhaka-1100, Bangladesh Phone : 7120403, 7170909 E-mail : [email protected] Distributor Lecture Publications Ltd., Dhaka Worldwide Distributors for Print Edition Ruposhi Bangla, 220 Tooting High street, London Muktadhara, Jackson Height, New York, America Bishwa Bongyo Prakashan, Kolkata, India D.K. Book Agencies (Pvt.) Ltd. New Delhi, India © All rights reserved by Sezan Mahmud Cover Dhruba Esh Price : 180.00 Taka US $ : 9.00 ISBN : 984-300-000-565-8
📒Operation Jackpot ✍ Lambert M Surhone
✏Operation Jackpot Book Summary : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Operation Jackpot was the codename assigned to several different operations during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. The original "Operation Jackpot" was the logistical and training operation set up under the Indian Army Eastern Command to aid the Mukti Bahini-led insurgency. The commando operation that sabotaged Pakistan Navy and other ships in Chittagong, Chandpur, Mongla and Naryanganj on the 15th of August is known in Bangladesh as "Operation Jackpot." Finally, the operational plan of Lt Gen Sagat Singh, commanding the Indian Army IV corps and Mukti Bahini personnel against Pakistani forces defending the eastern sector (Syhlet, Comilla, Noakhali and Chittagong districts) during December 3-16 may also have been named "Operation Jackpot."
📒Operation Jackpot ✍ Sejāna Māhamuda
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📒Jackpot ✍ Jason Ryan
✏Jackpot Book Summary : In the late 1970s and early '80s, a cadre of freewheeling, Southern pot smugglers lived at the crossroads of Miami Vice and a Jimmy Buffett song. These irrepressible adventurers unloaded nearly a billion dollars worth of marijuana and hashish through the eastern seaboard’s marshes. Then came their undoing: Operation Jackpot, one of the largest drug investigations ever and an opening volley in Ronald Reagan’s War on Drugs. In Jackpot, author Jason Ryan takes us back to the heady days before drug smuggling was synonymous with deadly gunplay. During this golden age of marijuana trafficking, the country’s most prominent kingpins were a group of wayward and fun-loving Southern gentlemen who forsook college educations to sail drug-laden luxury sailboats across the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, and the Caribbean. Les Riley, Barry Foy, and their comrades eschewed violence as much as they loved pleasure, and it was greed, lust, and disaster at sea that ultimately caught up with them, along with the law. In a cat-and-mouse game played out in exotic locations across the globe, the smugglers sailed through hurricanes, broke out of jail and survived encounters with armed militants in Colombia, Grenada and Lebanon. Based on years of research and interviews with imprisoned and recently released smugglers and the law enforcement agents who tracked them down, Jackpot is sure to become a classic story from America's controversial Drug Wars. “The adventures, the long-gone economy, and the sting that ultimately brought them down and changed US drug policy are meticulously documented and lucidly spun…. Part New Yorker feature-part Jimmy Buffet song. . . . The result is adventuresome, lavish, informative fun.” —GQ “[A] rollicking story, Ryan manages to pack in one amusing tale after another.... Jackpot is a rip-roaring good read.” —Charleston City Paper “High times on the high seas: Investigative reporter Ryan recounts the glory days of dope smuggling and their terrible denouement.... A well-told tale of true crime that provides a few good arguments for why it should not be a crime at all.” —Kirkus Reviews “Reads like an international thriller. . . . chock-a-block with hilarious and hair-raising anecdotes of fast times.” —New York Journal of Books “[A] thoroughly researched account of Operation Jackpot, the drug investigation that ended the reign of South Carolina’s ‘gentlemen smugglers,’.... Ryan recreates the era with a vivid, sun-drenched intensity.” —Publishers Weekly
📒Jackpot Swindle 6 ✍ Gordon Korman
✏Jackpot Swindle 6 Book Summary : JACKPOT: the top prize in a game or lottery; a sensational and unexpected success, stroke of luck, windfall, bounty, pay day . . . What would you do with $30,000,000? That's the question everyone in Cedarville and every town near it is asking, because right now there's an unclaimed lottery ticket worth that much -- and the money will go to whomever finds it first. Griffin Bing, The Man With The Plan, wants to be the lucky winner. But he's got competition. Darren Vader, Griffin's number-one enemy, will stop at nothing to find it. And a new kid in town, Victor Phoenix, is also in on the big hunt. He's got an advantage that Griffin would have never guessed: Griffin's own friends are helping Victor out. But why? Griffin's going to need a lot of help -- from a rowdy Doberman, a completely strange invention, and a very random set of wheels -- to hit this jackpot and win his friends back.
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📒Alsos ✍ Samuel A. Goudsmit
✏Alsos Book Summary : During the final weeks of World War II in Europe, as Allied armies swept across a chaotic, battle-torn Germany, two teams of the world's leading nuclear scientists were desperately at work. One team, sequestered in the New Mexican desert, hastened to assemble the atomic bombs that would shake the world later that summer. The other team, a group of Nazi-sponsored physicists and technicians in southern Germany, struggled to do something that, unbeknownst to them, the Allies had done two years earlier: build a critical, self-sustaining nuclear reactor. Meanwhile, a different kind of team was running its own race against time. Convinced (erroneously) that the Germans were close to creating their own superweapon, the Allies sent an American unit of scientists, soldiers, and secret agents established by Lieutenant General Leslie R. Groves into Nazi Germany. Their orders: find the German scientific team before they could provide Hitler with atomic power. The scientific head of the mission: a Dutch-American physicist named Samuel A. Goudsmit. The mission code name: Alsos. As his small entourage moved closer to the German research camp, Goudsmit revisited familiar people and places now changed forever by the war. The first Allied scientist to interrogate the captured physicists, Goudsmit heard first hand about life in a Nazi Germany in which they had lived and worked for over a decade. Most importantly, as the last person to review German nuclear research papers before military classification barred them from the public eye, Goudsmit was uniquely qualified to answer the most puzzling question: why, after their spectacular early successes, did German nuclear research efforts fall so miserably? Goudsmit's insights into the errors and hindrances that frustrated the German scientists, as well as his penetrating character analyses, remain uncannily accurate, as proven a half-century later by the now de-classified documents.
📒High Crimes ✍ William Deverell
✏High Crimes Book Summary : “A fast-moving swinging story of intrigue, suspense, action, and mayhem . . . [the] characters are all colorful rogues” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). In rugged, remote Newfoundland, a merry band of smugglers is carrying on a grand tradition, handed down over centuries. But the greatest of them all, a man named Peter Kerrivan, is now in the sights of the authorities, from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to the American DEA. Centered around a multimillion-dollar cargo of pot on a creaky freighter and offering a high-seas romp spanning from Colombia to Miami to the North Atlantic, High Crimes is “a gripping novel . . . with a thrilling triple-twist conclusion” from an author who has won both the Arthur Ellis Award and the Dashiell Hammett Prize (Mystery News).
📒Cholesterol In Children Healthy Eating Is A Family Affair ✍ DIANE Publishing Company
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📒Parliamentary Debates Hansard ✍ Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
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