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The Best of Stevie Ray Vaughan (Easy Guitar with Notes & Tab) by Stevie Ray Vaughan

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English | June 1, 1999 | ISBN: 0793597250 | 64 Pages | PDF | 3,7 MB

The Best of Stevie Ray Vaughan (Easy Guitar with Notes & Tab) by Stevie Ray Vaughan
(Easy Guitar). Easy arrangements in notes & TAB for 16 songs, plus guitar solos. Includes:

1. Cold Shot
2. Couldn't Stand the Weather
3. Crossfire
4. Love Struck Baby
5. Pride & Joy
6. The Sky Is Crying
7. Texas Flood
8. You'll Be Mine
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Bob Dylan – Chronicles: Volume One by Bob Dylan

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English | Sep 19, 2005 | ISBN: 0743478649 | 304 Pages | PDF | 62,8 MB

Bob Dylan – Chronicles: Volume One by Bob Dylan
This is the first spellbinding volume of the memoir of one of the greatest musical legends of all time. In CHRONICLES Volume One, Bob Dylan takes us back to the early 1960s when he arrived in New York to launch his phenomenal career. Dylan's New York is a magical city of possibilities — smoky, nightlong parties; literary awakenings; transient loves and unbreakable friendships. Elegiac observations are punctuated by jabs of memories, penetrating and tough. By turns revealing, poetical, passionate and witty, CHRONICLES: Volume One is a mesmerizing window on Bob Dylan's thoughts and influences. Utilizing his unparalleled gifts of storytelling and the exquisite expressiveness that are the hallmarks of his music, Bob Dylan turns CHRONICLES: Volume One into a poignant reflection on life, and the people and places that helped shape the man and the art. 'Dylan's writing never loses its richness, its sense of crystalline observation. He's unexpectedly frank about his own shortcomings – but not too frank. Throughout, a careful balance has been struck between elusiveness and revelation. Readers hoping to gain admittance to Dylan's inner sanctum may be surprised by how far in they are allowed to venture' – John Preston, SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 'An extremely good book indeed, actually a great one. If you are not weeping with gratitude by the end, then frankly, the age has passed you by . . . I cannot remember a book that has made me happier than this one' – Bryan Appleyard, SUNDAY TIMES 'Witty and beautifully written . . . Anyone who grew up with his music is bound to find it fascinating' – GUARDIAN
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The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II

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The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II by Steven Karras
English | 2009 | ISBN-10: 0760335869 | EPUB | 320 pages | 5 MB
Even Elie Wiesel, the Nobel Prize winning survivor of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, struggles with the question: Why didn't the Jews fight back? And finally, in view of the circumstances–even now, who would believe what was happening?–he concludes that the question is "not why all the Jews did NOT fight, but how do many of them DID.

The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II
Tormented, beaten, starved, where did they find the strength–spiritual and physical–to resist?" In fact, over

10,000 German Jews-34 percent of the refugee population between the ages of eighteen and forty-fought in the allied armies of World War II.
This book honors those European-born Jewish combat veterans of World War II–refugees from the Nazi regime in Germany and Austria who faced their persecutors by joining the Allied Forces in a fight against the country of their birth. These twenty-seven interviews take readers into the unique and harrowing experience of German and Austrian Jews who served as Allied soldiers in North Africa and Europe–brave men and one woman whose service restored a sense of dignity and allowed them to rise above their former victimization at the hands of Nazi oppressors. All burned with anger at the Germans who had subjected them, often as young children, to cruelty in everyday life in their hometowns, and to ridicule in the national media. As soldiers who knew the language and psychology of the enemy better than any of their comrades, they struck back with new-found pride against the rampant injustice that had annihilated their families, destroyed their prospects, and subjected many of them to the worst forms of physical abuse, both random and terrifying. In The Enemy I Knew they tell their stories, and the world is richer for their heroic acts, and for their testimony.
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The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II

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The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II by Steven Karras
English | 2009 | ISBN-10: 0760335869 | EPUB | 320 pages | 5 MB
Even Elie Wiesel, the Nobel Prize winning survivor of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, struggles with the question: Why didn't the Jews fight back? And finally, in view of the circumstances–even now, who would believe what was happening?–he concludes that the question is "not why all the Jews did NOT fight, but how do many of them DID.

The Enemy I Knew: German Jews in the Allied Military in World War II
Tormented, beaten, starved, where did they find the strength–spiritual and physical–to resist?" In fact, over

10,000 German Jews-34 percent of the refugee population between the ages of eighteen and forty-fought in the allied armies of World War II.
This book honors those European-born Jewish combat veterans of World War II–refugees from the Nazi regime in Germany and Austria who faced their persecutors by joining the Allied Forces in a fight against the country of their birth. These twenty-seven interviews take readers into the unique and harrowing experience of German and Austrian Jews who served as Allied soldiers in North Africa and Europe–brave men and one woman whose service restored a sense of dignity and allowed them to rise above their former victimization at the hands of Nazi oppressors. All burned with anger at the Germans who had subjected them, often as young children, to cruelty in everyday life in their hometowns, and to ridicule in the national media. As soldiers who knew the language and psychology of the enemy better than any of their comrades, they struck back with new-found pride against the rampant injustice that had annihilated their families, destroyed their prospects, and subjected many of them to the worst forms of physical abuse, both random and terrifying. In The Enemy I Knew they tell their stories, and the world is richer for their heroic acts, and for their testimony.
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Richard Tongue – Stars in the Sand

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Richard Tongue | English | 2014 | ASIN: B00NZCZ1Q8 | 333 pages | EPUB | 0.3 MB
The Battlecruiser Alamo has struck a crippling blow to the Cabal Fleet, and can at last start on its long voyage home to the Triplanetary Confederation. For its commander, Lieutenant-Captain Daniel Marshall, there remains a piece of unfinished business, however.

Richard Tongue – Stars in the Sand
Twelve of his people, captured in battle, now held deep inside enemy territory. Mustering a volunteer crew on a stolen starship, he launches a covert operation deep behind the lines in a desperate bid to rescue his crewmen, no matter what the cost.
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The Ecology of War in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River, and Beyond, 1938-1950

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The Ecology of War in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River, and Beyond, 1938-1950 (Studies in Environment and History) by Micah S. Muscolino
English | December 15, 2014 | ISBN: 1107071569 | 312 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 28 MB
This book explores the interplay between war and the environment in Henan Province, a hotly contested frontline territory that endured massive environmental destruction and human disruption during the conflict between China and Japan that raged during World War II.

The Ecology of War in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River, and Beyond, 1938-1950
In a desperate attempt to block Japan's military advance, Chinese Nationalist armies under Chiang Kai-shek broke the Yellow River's dikes in Henan in June 1938, resulting in devastating floods that persisted until after the war's end. Greater catastrophe struck Henan in 1942-1943, when famine took some two million lives and displaced millions more. Focusing on these war-induced disasters and their aftermath, this book conceptualizes the ecology of war in terms of energy flows through and between militaries, societies, and environments. Ultimately, Micah Muscolino argues that efforts to procure and exploit nature's energy in various forms shaped the choices of generals, the fates of communities, and the trajectory of environmental change in North China.
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The Drive on Moscow, 1941: Operation Taifun and Germany’s First Great Crisis of World War II (Audiobook)

The Drive on Moscow, 1941: Operation Taifun and Germany's First Great Crisis of World War II (Audiobook) By Niklas Zetterling, Anders Frankson, read by Dave Courvoisier
Unabridged edition 2013 | 8 hours and 49 mins | ISBN: n/a | ASIN: B00BW4CQHS | MP3 64 kbps | 242 MB
At the end of September 1941, more than a million German soldiers lined up along the frontline just 180 miles west of Moscow. They were well trained, confident, and had good reasons to hope that the war in the East would be over with one last offensive. Facing them was an equally large Soviet force, but whose soldiers were neither as well trained nor as confident. When the Germans struck, disaster soon befell the Soviet defenders. German panzer spearheads cut through enemy defenses and thrust deeply to encircle most of the Soviet soldiers on the approaches to Moscow. Within a few weeks, most of them marched into captivity, where a grim fate awaited them.

Despite the overwhelming initial German success, however, the Soviet capital did not fall. German combat units as well as supply transport were bogged down in mud caused by autumn rains. General Zhukov was called back to Moscow and given the desperate task to recreate defense lines west of Moscow. The mud allowed him time to accomplish this, and when the Germans again began to attack in November, they met stiffer resistance. Even so, they came perilously close to the capital, and if the vicissitudes of weather had cooperated, would have seized it. Though German units were also fighting desperately by now, the Soviet build-up soon exceeded their own.

The Drive on Moscow: Operation Taifun, 1941 is based on numerous archival records, personal diaries, letters, and other sources. It recreates the battle from the perspective of the soldiers as well as the generals. The battle, not fought in isolation, had a crucial role in the overall German strategy in the East, and its outcome reveals why the failure of the German assault on Moscow may well have been true turning point of World War II.

Niklas Zetterling is a researcher at the Swedish Defense College. Along with Anders Frankson he has previously written Kursk 1943: A Statistical Analysis and The Korsun Pocket: The Encirclement…

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