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101st Airborne Combat Medic Transition to Duty : With the Screaming Eagles in Vietnam, 1968-69

Drafted in 1968, age 19, as a conscientious objector, a Michigan farm boy ends up as an infantry combat medic with the legendary "Screaming Eagles." Recounts the misery, resilience and "what we had to do" from one who was there.
R 516,19

"Charity Signs for Herself" : Gender and the Withdrawal of Black Women from Field Labor, Alabama 1865-1876

The withdrawal of black women from field labor in the postwar South is the historical question being addressed with a gender analysis as the theoretical framework. Primary sources used have been drawn from Somerset plantation, North Carolina and Faunsdale plantation, Alabama. This book adds to the literature of women's history, gender studies, black history, and the Reconstruction era of Alabama. It adds to the growing body of knowledge of the way gender relations interact with class and race t
R 358,05

#WeAreRent Book 2 Rent seeking : the Crime against Humanity

Western civilisation is threatened by the cannibalistic phase of what economists call free riding (or rent seeking), and which the author characterises as the culture of cheating. This culture was the source of the social pathologies that caused the collapse of the civilisations of antiquity, and the Fall of Rome. Fred Harrison explains that the global house price peak in 2026 will provoke the Great Convergence of four existential crises - social, economic, climatic and demographic. That conver
R 430,94

1521 : Rediscovering the History of the Philippines

In rediscovering these stories about our shared history, we learn who we were, who we are, and who we can be. Adventure can be uncovered in the most unexpected of places. In 1521: Rediscovering the History of the Philippines, author Judy Robinson takes a deep dive into the forgotten stories of Filipinos in the advent of Spanish colonization, beginning with Ferdinand Magellan's arrival in the archipelago. Robinson goes on a journey to discover the hidden history of the Philippines and o
R 416,86

13th Amendment Freedom Week Manual

The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is the cornerstone of this manual. It is the foundation upon which all other rights, privileges and responsibilities belonging to Black Americans in this country were built. The 13th Amendment Freedom Week Manual is written to provide an annual celebrations week, during the week of December 6th, that educates as well as celebrates the beginning of freedom for ALL (not just some) American citizens. This manual focuses on the ANTI-slavery movement in Am
R 1 319,10

...the Foundation and Core of All the Arts of Fighting : The Long Sword Gloss of GNM Manuscript 3227a

The long sword gloss in GNM ms. 3227a is one of the most important texts in the Liechtenauer corpus. It presents a teaching that is unique in the tradition, more focused on ideas and concepts than on individual plays or techniques. In this way, it is the perfect companion to the more action-oriented glosses of other masters like Sigmund ain Ringeck, Pseudo-Peter von Danzig, and Jud Lew. This book seeks to present these teachings in a new light, with an original English translation that is easie
R 1 435,37

10 Cents and a Silver Star . . . A Sardonic Saga of PTSD

Just as WWII gave us Catch 22 and Korea produced M*A*S*H, Vietnam delivers 10 cents and a Silver Star. No one can laugh off the incredibly cruel Vietnam War, but Bruce Johnson's sardonic antidote to the plague of PTSD helps recover the truth - if you don't laugh, you'll cry. Humor as an antidote to PTSD. A haunted life laughed at.
R 447,68

175 Years : A Pictorial History of Port Lincoln

A photographic history of Port Lincoln in South Australia, a place that nearly became the state's capital. Isolated by a long boat trip to Adelaide, Port Lincoln developed slowly but steadily into the travel, grain and fishing hub of Eyre Peninsula.
R 1 673,89

12 Sisters Who Changed History

Historians paint pictures of amazing men and women who influenced the world, but seldom do we hear about sister duos that forever altered the course of history. Join us on an inspirational journey through time as we explore the extraordinary lives of Sisters Who Changed History.
R 196,09

11 Janvier 2015 : Place de la Republique

On January 7, 2015, two armed gunmen stormed the offices of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, killing 11 people. This attack and those that followed left 17 people dead and a country in shock. In response, on January 11, 2015, the French public took to the streets in what was to be the largest march in Paris since its liberation in 1944. This book, written in French and English, is a first hand account of the demonstration by two friends. Tim Lyons is a 23-year-old American photog
R 531,71

101 Monumental New York City Events : An Overview of the historic events that changed the city, the country and the world.

Every day something remarkable happens in the city of New York. 101 MONUMENTAL NEW YORK CITY EVENTS focuses on the many remarkable moments in this great metropolis' history that have had a lasting impact not just on New York City and the United States but have impacted the course of human history.
R 636,17