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Some people are naturally enthusiastic about history and will read books on historical events any chance they get. Others remember their history classes in school with a shudder and won’t go near a book about anything that happened more than a year ago. Wherever you fall on this spectrum, you may find a book that excites and delights you as you read book reviews in the History section. Perhaps you are wondering about financial speculation on Wall Street and would like a chronicle of the causes and consequences of similar speculative bubbles in the past. Maybe you have the sinking feeling that something we’re doing internationally has been done before with disastrous results. It could be that apparently irrational actions by some nation have roots in its past, and that those who know that history can predict the response to our next move. We have book reviews that can point you to the most useful and entertaining history books. Enjoy the past!
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Pros And Cons Of Buying Used History Textbooks OnlinePosted by Dora Davies. Published on Jan 16, 2010 Today the cost of everything including the education is on the rise. More and more students are looking out for alternatives to lower the cost of education. One of the ways to do this is to buy used textbooks online. If you are a student of history then you can easily find used history textbooks through online book stores. There are many advantages and disadvantages of purchasing educational books this way. This article gives a balanced comparison of both the pros and cons of purchasing used books online so that a student can carefully weigh the options before making the Aa 1025 Memoirs Of An Anti Apostle – A Book ReviewPosted by Joseph Conigliaro. Published on Sep 05, 2009 World War II brought the Catholic Church into conflict with the Germany and the Soviet Union. Once again the battle between good and evil was waged, But this time the devil found a chink in the Catholic Church's armor. This story of a spy's efforts to destroy the Catholic Church will leave you speechless. The Shenandoah Spy Begins Exciting Civil War Series!Posted by Glenda Bixler. Published on Aug 24, 2009 Belle was a true Southerner but she was not the typical "belle" as we think of most women of the south. True, she might have worn the big-hooped gowns, learned how to flirt with gentlemen as part of her training, and had her first "season" in Washington with the intent to find a suitable husband. The Desert Baron Written By Conrad CreasyPosted by Cy Hilterman. Published on Aug 01, 2009 This is a history lesson pertaining to pre-WWI and during WWI, and even a few bits about the start of WWII. The Desert Baron was Friedrich Kress von Kressenstein, who I will refer to as Kress in this review. Kress was a war hero as well as a very decent humanitarian when it came to planning, fighting, and concluding a battle. He was a rare tactical expert beyond most other leaders and became quite well known by other officers and government decision makers. Learn More About The History Of The Basque – Audio Book ReviewPosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Apr 23, 2009 The Basque and their culture is somewhat of a mystery to most of the world, it is one of the most fascinating people in the world, with strong values and sense of community. It is a noble culture with integrity, and loyalty to its own. Incredible Digital Book About Six Brother Soldiers Makes World War Ii Come Alive!Posted by Tyler Tichelaar. Published on Mar 10, 2009 Dan Oja presents the story of the six Koski brothers of Ishpeming, Michigan, who all fought in World War II. The subtitle of Ordinary Heroes is Six Stars in the Window, reflecting the six stars, one for each brother, sewn on a flag in the window of the family home. By the end of the war, one brother would not return. This moving tale of family and war is captured in digital book format, complete with family interviews, actual letters from the soldiers, and incredible video footage from the war. Truly an interactive reading experience, Ordinary Heroes: Six Stars in the Window is hands down one of the best books ever written about World War II. Do You Choose The Create Own Online MarketingPosted by IB SERVE. Published on Jan 22, 2009 If you need someone to help you with your online marketing campaigns and you can't find someone within your own company for the job, then you may want to consider hiring an internet marketing service. Book Review Of Field Marshal Von Manstein, The Janus Head, A PortraitPosted by Steven Mercatante. Published on Jan 20, 2009 Few would argue with the assertion Erich von Manstein ranked among the best operational level military commanders of the Second World War, if not the best. Nevertheless, because of Manstein's decisions during and after the War, he also ranks among the War's most controversial figures. In spite of Manstein's central role in the War however, there has been no official biography written about him. In Field Marshal von Manstein, The Janus Head, A Portrait noted military historian Marcel Stein tackles this void in the scholarship on the War. A Soldiers Vignettes Of Wwii Written By Ralph BittnerPosted by Cy Hilterman. Published on Jan 07, 2009 As the author states, if you are looking for a serious war story, pass up on reading this book. If you want some humorous anecdotes and stories that never made the news, this is for you. Ralph Bittner became the "lawyer" for his various groups while in the service of our nation. The Great PurgePosted by Bijan Akhavan. Published on Dec 29, 2008 In the memoir "Journey into the Whirling" by Eugenia Ginzburg explained and evaluates his life and the why she and others in her position were arrested for conspiracy against the government. In this memoir Ginzburg talks about her being imprisoned for eighteen years during the great purge. Lenin believed there were enemies in the government, and he would call them "Enemies of the People." He believed that the enemies should be arrested, as these people would have negative impact on the country and the government. Go to page:
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