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Flanders 1915 (Images of War)

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Flanders 1915 (Images of War)
Pen and Sword Military | 2005 | ISBN: 1844153568 | English | 144 Pages | EPUB | 173 MB

Flanders 1915 (Images of War)
By Christmas 1914 Britain's Regular Army had virtually ceased to exist. Four months of hard fighting had drained its manpower and the Territorial Army were called on to plug the gaps. The part-timers leapt at the chance to serve their country overseas and were soon on their way to the trenches and the harsh realities of war on the Western Front.
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Anzac: The Landing (Battleground Europe)

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Anzac: The Landing (Battleground Europe)
Pen and Sword | 2008 | ISBN: 1844157229| English | 208 Pages | EPUB | 27 MB

Anzac: The Landing (Battleground Europe)
The Anzac legend was born on the shores of Gallipoli during the historic morning of 25th April 1915. Landing on a hostile beach, under the cover of darkness, the Anzacs moved inland rapidly, but the response of the Ottoman forces was equally quick. The outcome of the campaign was arguably sealed during the first day, when the door for an Anzac victory was closed.
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The Germans in Flanders 1914 (Images of War)

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The Germans in Flanders 1914 (Images of War)
Pen and Sword Military | 2012 | ISBN: 184884445X | English | 176 Pages | EPUB | 36 MB

The Germans in Flanders 1914 (Images of War)
The book follows in photographs, captions and text the German Army's presence in Flanders from its arrival in September 1914 until the summer of 1916.It looks at the Kaiser's Army's battles with the French, Belgians and British, concentrating mostly on the latter and the battles for Ypres (1st Ypres – 1914 and 2nd Ypres – 1915 and the gas attacks). The book is arranged in four sections; detailed text; around 50.000 photos (that are interspersed into the text with captions); a chronological order of events in Flanders and a section on the German divisions that fought there. Where relevant material from the German home front is included.Each phase and aspect of the period is described from the German point of view using primary and secondary sources from both Germany and Britain. The illustrations provide an illustrative background in both a specific and general form, highlighting life in the front-line as well as rear areas. Most of the illustrations have never been published. As well as illustrating German troops in the area it shows how the war changed the towns and villages.

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The Germans in Flanders 1914 (Images of War)

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Pen and Sword Military | 2012 | ISBN: 184884445X | English | 176 Pages | EPUB | 36 MB

The Germans in Flanders 1914 (Images of War)
The book follows in photographs, captions and text the German Army's presence in Flanders from its arrival in September 1914 until the summer of 1916.It looks at the Kaiser's Army's battles with the French, Belgians and British, concentrating mostly on the latter and the battles for Ypres (1st Ypres – 1914 and 2nd Ypres – 1915 and the gas attacks). The book is arranged in four sections; detailed text; around 50.000 photos (that are interspersed into the text with captions); a chronological order of events in Flanders and a section on the German divisions that fought there. Where relevant material from the German home front is included.Each phase and aspect of the period is described from the German point of view using primary and secondary sources from both Germany and Britain. The illustrations provide an illustrative background in both a specific and general form, highlighting life in the front-line as well as rear areas. Most of the illustrations have never been published. As well as illustrating German troops in the area it shows how the war changed the towns and villages.

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The Silent Sixtieth 100 Years On

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The Silent Sixtieth 100 Years On by Reginald A. Gervais
English | Dec 17, 2014 | ISBN: 1460254090, 1460254104 | 488 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 20 MB
The Silent Sixtieth, is the story of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion, in World War One. Originally begun simply as research into the author's ancestry, The Silent Sixtieth evolved into a history of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion in World War One.

The Silent Sixtieth 100 Years On
The book details the forming of the battalion in Montreal in the summer of 1915, follows it through training and into France, where it fought in some of the defining battles of Canada's First World War effort: Ypres, Mount Sorrel, the Somme, and Vimy Ridge. The Silent Sixtieth chronicles the struggles that eventually became one of the foundational experiences of the Canadian historical identity, and does so with both an eye for detail and a personal touch. By the end of the war, 39% of mobilized Canadian troops were casualties. 2015 is the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Battalion.
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The Performing Style of Alexander Scriabin

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The Performing Style of Alexander Scriabin by Anatole Leikin
2011 | ISBN: 0754660214 | English | 312 pages | PDF | 15 MB

The Performing Style of Alexander Scriabin
When Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin's music was performed during his lifetime, it always elicited ecstatic responses from the listeners. Wilhelm Gericke, conductor of the Vienna opera, rushed backstage after one of Scriabin's concerts and fell on his knees crying, 'It's genius, it's genius…'. After the composer's death in 1915, however, his music steadily lost the captivating appeal it once held. The main reason for this drastic change in the listeners' attitude is an enormous gap existing between the printed scores of Scriabin's music and the way the composer himself played his works. Apparently, what Scriabin's audiences heard at the time was significantly different from, and vastly superior to, modern performances that are based primarily on published scores. Scriabin recorded nineteen of his compositions on the Hupfeld and Welte-Mignon reproducing pianos in 1908 and 1910, respectively. Full score transcriptions of the piano rolls, which are included in the book, provide many substantial features of Scriabin's performance: exact pitches and their timing against each other, rhythms, tempo fluctuations, articulation, dynamics and essential pedal application. Using these transcriptions and other historical documents as the groundwork for his research, Anatole Leikin explores Scriabin's performing style within the broader context of Romantic performance practice.
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Letters from the Palazzo Barbaro

Henry James, "Letters from the Palazzo Barbaro"
English | ISBN: 1908968893 | 2013 | EPUB | 224 pages | 3,8 MB
The novelist Henry James arrived in Venice as a tourist, and instantly fell in love with the city – particularly with the splendid Palazzo Barbaro, home of the expatriate American Curtis family. Edited by Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, the selection of letters in Letters from the Palazzo Barbaro covers the period 1869-1907 and provides a unique record of the life and work of this great writer. This volume includes historical photographs and a foreword by Leon Edel, Henry James's biographer.

The novelist Henry James (1843-1916) is one of the most prominent figures of American and British Literature. Son of a clergyman, and brother of the philosopher and psychologist William James, he moved between America and Europe during his early life, eventually settling in England at the age of twenty. A prolific novelist, essayist and literary critic, James was much concerned with questions of identity, belonging, creativity and consciousness. He is perhaps most famous for his novels The Bostonians, The Portrait of a Lady, Daisy Miller and What Maisie Knew, and for his ghost story, The Turn of the Screw. Between 1906 and 1910, James revised much of his fiction for the so-called New York Edition of his complete works, adding now-famous Prefaces. In 1915, prompted by the First World War, he became a British citizen; he received the Order of Merit in 1916, shortly before his death.

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