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By Silvio J. Caputo
The name Achilles induces the image of the consummate warrior, an icon of an ancient time that has held its fascination for thousands of years. Yet his story remained scattered in the works of ancient poets, with occasional pieces brought to the big screen, until now. The Fire of Destiny tells Achilles’s story from his traumatic birth at Phthia to his vindictive war against Troy. Even more, it tells the story of the women who helped shape a man of destiny.
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By Sylvia Graham Olejniczak
Historic sites and houses represent the essence of who we are. The preservation of our history through accurate interpretation is an important aspect of keeping these sites alive. This book provides multiple interpretations of the same historic house and its evolution from deterioration to dismantlement and reconstruction at a new site and the importance of its current location to American history, as well as insight into the lives of the women involved in the history of the eras in which it was built and later reconstructed.
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By Sylvia Graham Olejniczak
Historic sites and houses represent the essence of who we are. The preservation of our history through accurate interpretation is an important aspect of keeping these sites alive. This book provides multiple interpretations of the same historic house and its evolution from deterioration to dismantlement and reconstruction at a new site and the importance of its current location to American history, as well as insight into the lives of the women involved in the history of the eras in which it was built and later reconstructed.
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By PRIMUS CHUKS IGBOAKA, Ph.D
In At the 11th Hour, Dr. Primus Igboaka displays his deep insider knowledge and love of his home country Nigeria through focusing on the cancelled Nigeria’s Miss World Pageant 2002 to draw attention to the country’s mirage of religious, political, social, cultural and economic problems. Igboaka has written a must read book for all to appreciate Nigeria problems as it adjusts from a traditional to modern society. - Louisa Ha, Professor and Chair, Department of Telecommunications, Bowling Green State University; associate editor, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. “Religion does not create problems; what creates problem is the political exploitation of religion. Many people want to exploit religion to cause division.” - J.F. Ade-Ajayi, Professor Emeritus, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. ____________________________________________________ “About 200 people were slaughtered in Nigeria following rioting by Islamic fundamentalists to stop Miss World Pageant from taking place in the country in 2002. Yet, Nigeria is a secular state where the ratio of Christians to Muslims population of 170 million people is 53/47. However, in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country with population of more than 260 million people, following days of rioting by Muslims’ protesting against Indonesia’s hosting of Miss World pageant in 2013, there was no single person killed or life lost as a result of the rioting; rather the venue of the pageant was relocated by the Indonesian government to a predominantly Hindu holiday island resort of Bali instead of Sentul, near the capital city of Jakarta, Indonesia. The crucial question is why is the relationships of Muslims and Christians in Nigeria different from other countries with largely mixed Muslim population such as Djibouti, Gambia, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Indonesia, Philippines or Malaysia?” The answers may surprise you.
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By Kevin A. Campbell
Thousands of inkwells have been emptied documenting the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg. And while nearly all aspects of the campaign have been explored in one form or another, this work attempts to weave the tapestry of the campaign from the viewpoints, activities, and decisions of its participants. From men at the highest levels of command to those on the battle line, all would play a part in the drama which unfolded in Southern Pennsylvania. The persona, character, military bearing, and skill of those who fought the greatest battle ever to occur on the North American continent, would be forged not only during the war, but for some, many years prior to the conflict. This is the opening act of their story.
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By Kevin A. Campbell
Thousands of inkwells have been emptied documenting the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg. And while nearly all aspects of the campaign have been explored in one form or another, this work attempts to weave the tapestry of the campaign from the viewpoints, activities, and decisions of its participants. From men at the highest levels of command to those on the battle line, all would play a part in the drama which unfolded in Southern Pennsylvania. The persona, character, military bearing, and skill of those who fought the greatest battle ever to occur on the North American continent, would be forged not only during the war, but for some, many years prior to the conflict. This is the opening act of their story.
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By David Wilson
Consequences of War is an American warrior’s story of unrelenting combat against terrorism in the Far East. It recounts the author’s early life that gave him a warrior’s soul, unrelenting drive, and fearlessness to fight, and it follows him as he describes grueling military preparation and combat, narrating mission after mission. Observe as he tries rescuing wounded US Spec Ops forces still engaged with the enemy, resulting in a fierce firefight against those trying to overrun his position. With American conflicts never seeming to end, he eventually resigned his commission and went to Africa in search of peace. In his work as a wildlife scientist he describes shooting hundreds of animals--including elephants, buffalo, and antelope--for population control. He narrates being knocked down and gored by Cape buffalo, encounters with deadly snakes, and attacks and deaths from lions and elephants. After undergoing 22 surgeries and military disability, the author describes the consequences of war resulting from prolonged and excessive numbers of American wars, the severe impact on our military, and the devastation to the US economy. He deeply honors those who fight for this nation.
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By David Wilson
Consequences of War is an American warrior’s story of unrelenting combat against terrorism in the Far East. It recounts the author’s early life that gave him a warrior’s soul, unrelenting drive, and fearlessness to fight, and it follows him as he describes grueling military preparation and combat, narrating mission after mission. Observe as he tries rescuing wounded US Spec Ops forces still engaged with the enemy, resulting in a fierce firefight against those trying to overrun his position. With American conflicts never seeming to end, he eventually resigned his commission and went to Africa in search of peace. In his work as a wildlife scientist he describes shooting hundreds of animals--including elephants, buffalo, and antelope--for population control. He narrates being knocked down and gored by Cape buffalo, encounters with deadly snakes, and attacks and deaths from lions and elephants. After undergoing 22 surgeries and military disability, the author describes the consequences of war resulting from prolonged and excessive numbers of American wars, the severe impact on our military, and the devastation to the US economy. He deeply honors those who fight for this nation.
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By David Wilson
Consequences of War is an American warrior’s story of unrelenting combat against terrorism in the Far East. It recounts the author’s early life that gave him a warrior’s soul, unrelenting drive, and fearlessness to fight, and it follows him as he describes grueling military preparation and combat, narrating mission after mission. Observe as he tries rescuing wounded US Spec Ops forces still engaged with the enemy, resulting in a fierce firefight against those trying to overrun his position. With American conflicts never seeming to end, he eventually resigned his commission and went to Africa in search of peace. In his work as a wildlife scientist he describes shooting hundreds of animals--including elephants, buffalo, and antelope--for population control. He narrates being knocked down and gored by Cape buffalo, encounters with deadly snakes, and attacks and deaths from lions and elephants. After undergoing 22 surgeries and military disability, the author describes the consequences of war resulting from prolonged and excessive numbers of American wars, the severe impact on our military, and the devastation to the US economy. He deeply honors those who fight for this nation.
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By E. Frank Mancl
This book does not portray any great feats of heroism as might be expected of a war book. Rather, it follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of the Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band--these guerillas--fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free. Their battle was not fought on a large scale, nor were there any clear-cut victories. There were no headlines to herald them when a bridge was blown up or when a train was dynamited from the tracks. Their losses were suffered in silence, as were their victories. Bravery, heroic deeds, suffering, defeat and victory were absorbed in silent gratefulness that at least they still possessed life--a victory in itself, for it was the only thing they were fighting for, No lofty ideals or romantic causes, just life.
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By Ervin Williams
This book chronicles the life of Nelson Mandela from his early childhood, his lifetime struggle, his twenty-seven years in prison on Robben’s Island, including his being elected as the first black president of South Africa to his death in December 2013. The book also provides a brief history of the development of South Africa from its early days that laid the foundation for the oppressive Apartheid System. The apartheid era stripped blacks of most of their rights, their dignity, and individual freedom. It was through Mandela’s personal leadership, over his lifetime, which gave rise to South Africa becoming a new democratic nation with political and economic freedom for all. A major transition took place in South Africa in 1995 when all government agencies, previously ran by white people, were then turned over to black people to run. Very few, if any, black people had been previously trained in government administration and there was widespread fear that the country would collapse under such a transition. The country began to grow economically even though most of the black population continued to live below the poverty level. Perhaps unbeknownst to many people in the United States, there are a number of similarities between South Africa and America. Both countries had black slaves, both countries fought the British for independence with South Africa doing so twice, and both countries had segregation, with apartheid in South Africa being a far more severe form of punitive segregation for blacks.
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By Richard Allen Kellaway
Potter’s name is virtually unknown to contemporary Unitarian Universalists, even by many of those who consider themselves scholars of the movement. Why forgotten? He was a founder and the mainstay of the Free Religious Association, an organization whose members radically transformed American Unitarianism. Few remember that association; still fewer, Potter. Coming of humble origins, and shy and withdrawn by temperament, he did little to put himself forward. He preferred to let his organizational skills and his brilliant and powerful writings do his talking. In the New Bedford of his thirty-two-year ministry, he was a major public figure, universally respected for his integrity and his commitment to the community, especially to the disadvantaged. He initiated many major programs and organizations. But he shied away from assertive leadership, preferring to initiate and then move on. With his congregation, he was awkward in personal relationships, avoided parish calling, and only agreed that he would be available when needed. He was respected more than loved.
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By Theodora Biesheuvel
A land of peat and mists is in the author’s heart, but not her eyes. She writes lovingly about various ancestors and the context in which they lived. These stories are the “treats” but as with any “Dutch Treat” the reader is also asked to reciprocate and view the disconnect of migration in a general sense. This anthology is for all those who have visited the Netherlands and wondered why people felt the need to migrate.
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By E. Frank Mancl
This book does not portray any great feats of heroism as might be expected of a war book. Rather, it follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of the Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band--these guerillas--fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free. Their battle was not fought on a large scale, nor were there any clear-cut victories. There were no headlines to herald them when a bridge was blown up or when a train was dynamited from the tracks. Their losses were suffered in silence, as were their victories. Bravery, heroic deeds, suffering, defeat and victory were absorbed in silent gratefulness that at least they still possessed life--a victory in itself, for it was the only thing they were fighting for, No lofty ideals or romantic causes, just life.
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By E. Frank Mancl
This book does not portray any great feats of heroism as might be expected of a war book. Rather, it follows the three agonizing years of a group of terrified individuals who refused to knuckle under to the Germans and their horror-filled occupation of the Ukraine. Though faced with almost insurmountable hardships, this small band--these guerillas--fought back as best as they could. Through the bitter winters, the starvation, the almost hopeless future, they never wavered in their determination to remain free. Their battle was not fought on a large scale, nor were there any clear-cut victories. There were no headlines to herald them when a bridge was blown up or when a train was dynamited from the tracks. Their losses were suffered in silence, as were their victories. Bravery, heroic deeds, suffering, defeat and victory were absorbed in silent gratefulness that at least they still possessed life--a victory in itself, for it was the only thing they were fighting for, No lofty ideals or romantic causes, just life.
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