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Winter Men

Author : Jesper Bugge Kold
ISBN : 1503954757
Genre : Fiction
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As the dark specter of the Nazis settles over Germany, two wealthy and educated brothers are suddenly thrust into the rising tide of war. Karl, a former soldier and successful businessman, dutifully answers the call to defend his country, while contemplative academic Gerhard is coerced into informing for the Gestapo. Soon the brothers are serving in the SS, and as Hitler's hateful agenda brings about unspeakable atrocities, they find themselves with innocent blood on their hands. Following Germany's eventual defeat, Karl and Gerhard are haunted by their insurmountable guilt, and each seeks a way to escape from wounds that will never heal. They survived the war and its revelation of systematic horrors, but can they survive the unshakable knowledge of their own culpability?

The Winter Men

Author : Wallace Reyburn
ISBN : PSU:000001004526
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Winter Men

Author : Brett Lewis
ISBN : 1401225268
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Kris Kalenov left the Russian army and his old unit behind, or so he thought. Now the Winter Men want Kris back to find a missing girl who also happens to be a stolen weapon.

Death S Men

Author : Denis Winter
ISBN : 9780241969212
Genre : History
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Death's Men is the classic bestselling story of the First World War as told by the soldiers themselves - reissued for the 2014 Centenary. Millions of British men were involved in the Great War of 1914-1918. But, both during and after the war, the individual voices of the soldiers were lost in the collective picture. Men drew arrows on maps and talked of battles and campaigns, but what it felt like to be in the front line or in a base hospital they did not know. Civilians did not ask and soldiers did not write. Death's Men portrays the humble men who were called on to face the appalling fears and discomforts of the fighting zone. It shows the reality of the First World War through the voices of the men who fought. 'A raw, haunting read that puts you directly into the shoes of the men who rushed to volunteer at the start of the war' Guardian 'An engrossing view of what it was like to live in the trenches, go on leave, get wounded, et cetera, and features voice after voice from the ranks' Telegraph Denis Winter was born in 1940 and read history at Pembroke College, Cambridge. Death's Men was first published in 1978, to critical and popular acclaim. This was followed by his book The First of the Few: Fighter Pilots of the First World War.

Men Of Winter

Author : Ted Morrissey
ISBN : 0982956886
Genre : Journalists
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Hektr Pastrovich, journalist and aspiring poet, is traveling by train to the frontline of his country's long-standing war when he meets a beautiful woman who's so shrouded in mystery she won't even tell Hektr her name. He decides to call her "Helena" after a childhood friend, not suspecting that she would eventually ask for Hektr's assistance in making her way to the front. Hektr's motivations for reaching the front are two-fold: He has been given the task by his editor of writing firsthand accounts of the fighting (no one trusts that the government's reports are accurate), and he hopes to gather more lurid details for some sensational stories to be published by his editor's chief rival. In particular, Hektr hopes to find out more information regarding a vagabond he'd met who referred to himself as the "Prince of Ithaka." After a time, Hektr begins to wonder if Helena is also searching for the Prince of Ithaka.

Routledge Revivals Poor Labouring Men 1985

Author : Alun Howkins
ISBN : 9781315447827
Genre : History
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First published in 1985, this book presents the first detailed account of the relationship between the farmworkers, trades unionism, and political and social radicalism. Rural radicalism, one of the most important new features of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century politics, was particularly strong in Norfolk and as such provides the focus for this study. The author shows the how relationship between ‘master and man’ and ‘man’ and ‘work’ was changing in the period from the 1870s to the 1920s — ending with the great strike of 1923. The main themes are the shifts from religion to politics, from Liberalism to Labour, and in more general terms from local to national consciousness. The book shows men at work and the ways in which politics meshed — or failed to mesh — together. Based on detailed local research and on many hours of recorded interviews, it enables the voice of the labourer to be heard, and a real sense of hope, fear and aspiration to come through.

Long Winter Gone

Author : Terry C. Johnston
ISBN : 0307756033
Genre : Fiction
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In the first volume of this saga of George Custer, the infamous general takes a lover among the Indians captured in his long winter campaign against the Cheyenne, risking marriage, reputation, and career for her.

Labour And Leisure In The Soviet Union

Author : William Moskoff
ISBN : 9781349069460
Genre : Social Science
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Twenty Years After

Author : Alexandre Dumas
ISBN : HARVARD:HW2C1N
Genre : France
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The Paradise Within The Reach Of All Men Without Labour By Powers Of Nature And Machinery

Author : John Adolphus Etzler
ISBN : HARVARD:32044009625369
Genre : Utopias
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