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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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Hitchcock’s Magic

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Neil Badmington, "Hitchcock's Magic"
English | ISBN: 0708323707, 0708323693 | 2011 | 224 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Hitchcock’s Magic
Why are we still drawn to the work of Alfred Hitchcock so long after his final film appeared? What remains to see? What could there possibly be left to say about tales that are overwhelmingly familiar? Why, moreover, have many of Hitchcock's films entered the popular imagination and enjoyed an eventful life far from the screen? What is the source of Hitchcock's magic? This book answers these questions about the influence and ongoing appeal of Hitchcock's work by focussing upon the fabric of the films themselves, upon the way in which they enlist and sustain our desire, holding our attention by constantly withholding something from us. We keep watching, keep revisiting the stories, because there is always something left to see and know. The book combines detailed textual analysis of a number of Hitchcock's most famous films – Psycho, Rear Window, Rebecca, North by Northwest, The Man Who Knew Too Much, and The Birds – with more general discussion of the director's complete body of work. Drawing upon the poststructuralist theories of Roland Barthes and Jacques Derrida, it takes issue with the biographical and psychoanalytic approaches that have dominated studies of Hitchcock's films to argue instead for the significance of textuality. is an innovative, lively, and readable book which challenges critical orthodoxy and breaks new ground in the field.
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Hitchcock’s Magic

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Neil Badmington, "Hitchcock's Magic"
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Hitchcock’s Magic
Why are we still drawn to the work of Alfred Hitchcock so long after his final film appeared? What remains to see? What could there possibly be left to say about tales that are overwhelmingly familiar? Why, moreover, have many of Hitchcock's films entered the popular imagination and enjoyed an eventful life far from the screen? What is the source of Hitchcock's magic? This book answers these questions about the influence and ongoing appeal of Hitchcock's work by focussing upon the fabric of the films themselves, upon the way in which they enlist and sustain our desire, holding our attention by constantly withholding something from us. We keep watching, keep revisiting the stories, because there is always something left to see and know. The book combines detailed textual analysis of a number of Hitchcock's most famous films – Psycho, Rear Window, Rebecca, North by Northwest, The Man Who Knew Too Much, and The Birds – with more general discussion of the director's complete body of work. Drawing upon the poststructuralist theories of Roland Barthes and Jacques Derrida, it takes issue with the biographical and psychoanalytic approaches that have dominated studies of Hitchcock's films to argue instead for the significance of textuality. is an innovative, lively, and readable book which challenges critical orthodoxy and breaks new ground in the field.
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Rear Area Security In Russia: The Soviet Second Front Behind the German Lines: 1951

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Rear Area Security In Russia: The Soviet Second Front Behind the German Lines: 1951 by U.S. Department of Defense
English | December 4, 2014 | ASIN: B00QLB3ED2 | 129 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 15.38 MB
This study on the problems of rear area security is based on German experiences during the Russian campaign. Particularly striking examples have been selected which show most clearly the type of disturbances created by the Russians, the German countermeasures taken against them, and the lessons learned from experience.

Rear Area Security In Russia: The Soviet Second Front Behind the German Lines: 1951
The same, similar, or different circumstances were encountered in other theaters of war. Accordingly, a variety of security measures be· came necessary and many new experiences were gathered. Yet, the fundamental questions remain the same everywhere.
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Creature by Amina Cain

Creature by Amina Cain
Dorothy | 2013 | ISBN: 9780984469383 | 144 pages | EPUB | 5 MB
“Amina Cain is a beautiful writer. Like the girl in the rear view mirror in your backseat, quiet, looking out the window half smiling, then not, then glancing at you, curious to her. That is how her thoughts and words make me feel, like clouds hanging with jets, and knowing love is pure.” Thurston Moore

“To be among Amina Cain’s creatures is to stand in the presence of what is mysterious, expansive, and alive. Whether these distinctly female characters are falling in and out of uncanny intimacies, speaking from the hidden realms of the unconscious, seeking self-knowledge, or becoming visible in all their candor and strangeness, they move through a universe shaped by the gravitational pull of elusive yet resilient forces—the yin-dark energies of instinct and feeling that animate creative life. It’s here that the intuitive reach of fiction meets the reader’s own quest for understanding, through the subtle beauty of living the truth of one’s experiences in the most attentive and unadorned way possible.” Pamela Lu

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