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Mario Bava: All The Colors of the Dark

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Mario Bava: All The Colors of the Dark By Tim Lucas
2007 | 1104 Pages | ISBN: 096337561X | scanned PDF | 887 MB

Mario Bava: All The Colors of the Dark
Introduction by Martin Scorsese. Foreword by Italian Horror Pioneer Riccardo Freda. This is the Complete Story of Mario Bava's life and careers as director, cameraman and special effects artist. Interviews with more than 100 actors, co-workers, friends and family members. The Definitive Study of each of his films: production histories, cast biographies, critical analysis, and video information. Never-before Published Photos including the only color shots taken on the set of BLACK SUNDAY. Original Mario Bava Storyboards – including the boards for the unfilmed project BABY KONG. Original Mario Bava Artwork – Some in Full Color! Bava's Secret Filmography: His uncredited works as director, cameraman and special effects artist. Complete Videography and Discography. Eugenio Bava (Mario's father) Filmography
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Mars Learning: The Marine Corp’s Development of Small Wars Doctrine, 1915-1940

Keith B. Bickel, "Mars Learning: The Marine Corp's Development of Small Wars Doctrine, 1915-1940"
2000 | pages: 289 | ISBN: 0813397758 | PDF | 29,1 mb
Keith B. Bickel challenges a host of military and strategic theories that treat particular bureaucratic structures, large organizations, and elites as the progenitors of doctrine. This timely study of how the military draws lessons from interventions focuses on the overlooked role that mid-level combat officers play in creating military doctrine. Mars Learning closely evaluates Marine civil and military pacification operations in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua, and illuminates the debates surrounding the development of Marine Corps’ small wars doctrine between 1915 and 1940. The result is compelling evidence of how field experience obtained before 1940 played a role in shaping the Marine Corps’ Small Wars Manual and elements of doctrine that exist today. How the Marines organized lessons at that time provides important insights into how doctrine is likely to be generated today in response to post-Cold War interventions around the globe.

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The Pope’s Last Crusade: How an American Jesuit Helped Pope Pius XI’s Campaign to Stop Hitler (Audiobook)

The Pope’s Last Crusade: How an American Jesuit Helped Pope Pius XI’s Campaign to Stop Hitler (Audiobook) by Peter Eisner and Rick Adamson
English | 2013 | ISBN: n/a | ASIN: B00B91JQDG | 7 hours and 46 minutes | MP3 64 kbps | 214 MB
In 1938, Pope Pius XI was the world’s most prominent critic of Hitler and his rhetoric of ethnic “purity.” To make his voice heard, Pius called upon a relatively unknown American Jesuit whose writing about racism in America had caught the Pope’s attention. Pius enlisted John LaFarge to write a papal encyclical – the Vatican’s strongest decree – publicly condemning Hitler, Mussolini, and their murderous Nazi campaign against the Jews.

At the same time conservative members of the Vatican’s innermost circle were working in secret to suppress the document. Chief among them was Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli, whose appeasement of the Germans underlay a deep-running web of conspiracy. Pacelli, who would become Pope Pius XII, was joined by Wlodimir Ledochowski, leader of the Jesuit order, to keep the finished encyclical from reaching the increasingly ill Pope.

Peter Eisner, award-winning reporter and author of the critically acclaimed The Freedom Line, combines shocking new evidence (released only recently from Vatican archives) and eyewitness testimony to create a compelling journey into the heart of the Vatican and a little-known story of an American’s partnership with the head of the Catholic Church. A truly essential work, it brings staggering new light to one of the most critical junctures in modern history.


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