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Describes the background of Herodotus and his times, and shares his account and observations on the war between the Greeks and Persians
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The History of History
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*Author: Holt, Brent I. *Series Title: Classic Liners *Subtitle: Americas First Superliner *Publication Date: 2009/05/01 *Number of Pages: 115 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 0.50 *Width: 9.25 *Height: 8.50
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She entered service two months before the start of World War I, was scrapped six years after World War II ended, and was the longest lasting of all four funnelled liners. For two wars, she spent much time transporting troops but for the rest of her career she traveled the North Atlantic as one of the most famous liners afloat.
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Within 10 years of man''s first flight, the armies and navies of the world had seen the potential of the flying machine, this book looks at the ships of the Royal Navy that have carried and used aircraft since the first aircraft-carrier was built in 1912. From battleships with runways on their turrets, submarines, converted ocean liners, and ferries to the mighty aircraft-carriers of today, this is a complete record of all the aircraft-carrying ships of Britain''s Royal Navy.
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Over the last century the African elephant has been threatened with extinction. Robin Brown paints a vivid picture of the impact of hunting on Africa's elephants, of the conservation movement which has become essentially a tale of war and of the powerful personalities involved on both sides--from Cecil Rhodes to Dennis Fitch-Hatton and Edward, Prince of Wales to David Sheldrick.
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A Global History of History
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A Global History of History
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Staines' traditional status as the Roman 'Ad Pontes' was confirmed in the 1970s by archaeological evidence. The same findings demonstrated that the Staines river crossing had in prehistoric times been a focal point for ceremonial and economic activity for people from a wide area. This is hard to imagine today, when faced with the wreckage of 20th-century speculative and municipal barbarism, the obliteration of most of the central street pattern and the destruction of ancient buildings.
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Although they might be shaking hands with the king of Hawaii or waving the banners of women''s suffrage in front of the White House, the citizens of Methuen never forgot their home. Even at the end of Leverett Bradley Jr.''s four years of Civil War service, he was still sending his Methuen family news (and urgent requests for butter) at the same constant rate. Dan Gagnon introduces the men and women who made this Massachusetts town so memorable.
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Lancaster, the county town of Lancashire, stands at the lowest bridging point of the river Lune. A chartered borough since 1193 and a city since 1937 it has had a long and turbulent history. Since the Roman army first saw the strategic possibilities of a low hill by the river it has housed garrisons and acted as a fortress. Its position on the main west-coast road to and from Scotland has on numerous occasions led to the passage of hostile armies.
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In Catawba Nation: Treasures in History, Thomas J. Blumer seeks to preserve and present the history of this resilient people. Blumer, who served for nineteen years as the Catawba tribal historian and still works with the tribe, chronicles Catawba history from the first contact with Spanish explorers to their present-day fame as makers of traditional Catawba pottery.
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It was a homeland for the Leni-Lenape Indians before it was settled by tenacious Dutch immigrants. Two centuries later, in 1881, Rutherford, New Jersey, became an independent boroughthe first in Bergen County. Author William Neumann narrates Rutherford''s remarkable transition from a rural retreat popular for its abundant springs to a bustling New York City suburb.
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The tranquil waters of the Tennessee River hide a horrible tragedy that took place one steamy July day when co-workers took an excursion aboard the SCItanic. Lawrence County resident Jenny Brooks used the skull of one of her victims to wash her hands, but her forty-year quest for revenge cost more than she bargained for. Granville Garth jumped to his watery grave with a pocketful of secretsdid anyone collect the $10,000 reward for the return of the papers he took with him?
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Nestled in the gateway of the Great Smoky Mountains, Haywood County has a rich, distinct history that has been continually shaped by a variety of factors and factions. Today, Haywood County offers not only unforgettable mountain vistas and a fascinating history, but is also known for its thriving arts community and various cultural organizations.
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