In between, as the war entered its final phase, came the thunderbolt of a dire medical diagnosis, raising urgent questions about the ability of the longest-serving president to stand for a fourth term at a time when he had little choice. Neither his family nor top figures in his administration were informed of his diagnosis, let alone the public or his closest ally, Winston Churchill. With D-Day looming, Roosevelt took a month off on a plantation in the South where he was examined daily by a navy cardiologist, then waited two more months before finally announcing, on the eve of his party's convention, that he'd be a candidate. A political grand master still, he manipulated the selection of a new running mate, with an eye to a possible succession, displaying some of his old vigor and wit in a winning campaign.
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In this exciting new history John Dorney aims to tell the story of the Irish revolution in an interesting and accessible way to the general reader and to try to explain the causes, course and results of the revolution in an engaging way. Accessible throughout, Peace after the Final Battle 1913-1923 tells the 'big picture' history through the eyes of individual participants. Two things make this book different from others on the subject: most popular history books lack real depth of information and cogent analysis of the period, especially on the civil war. Peace after the Final Battle 1913-1923 aims to provide as much of the 'full story' as possible. Academic books on the other hand can often be bogged down by personal disputes over details between historians and/or be too dense and detailed to engage the interest of the average reader. This book is both intellectually satisfying and a good read.
The supernatural danger explodes as the conspiracies reach an all time high. Billy and Sarah have seen a lot during their time with Scinegue, but that doesn't prepare them for personal attacks on their family by something dark and nearly indestructible. It will take the ultimate sacrifice to save them this time, but from who? Scinegue's inventions are reaching unseen success, but when evil tries to use those inventions against them it might cause the whole company to come crashing down. It will take a miracle to defeat this powerful enemy, and while everyone at Scinegue knows miracles really do happen, no one can predict when one might occur--or if it will come in time. Join the Roths in the conclusion of The Scinegue Series. (Just because this series if over doesn't mean you have to leave your characters behind. Bradley and Nicole and Saving Will both contain characters from The Scinegue Series.) Christian Sci-Fi with Supernatural and Fantasy The Scinegue Series: The Secret, The Pledge, The Forest, and Bradley and Nicole, a novella best read after The Pledge and before The Forest. Book 3 in The Scinegue Series. You can find the first two books here: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=scinegue&c=books&hl=en Key Words: Conspiracy, eugenics, legend, demon, el gato, romance, strong female, insurance conspiracy, government conspiracy, health, pellagra, vitamins, vitamin B3, sci-fi, science fiction, God, pregnancy, death, Christian, suspense, thriller, supernatural, faith, medical conspiracy, health, healthy living, adventure, good versus evil, science fiction, series, horror, mental illness
The 3rd and final chapter of the SGB trilogy. This chapter picks up immediately after the exciting events of SGB 2. The crew of the Alliance vessel escape the Imperial Union’s trap. Meanwhile Empress Baswaski forms a super team called the Imperial Power Clan to crush the Stari at their main temple Sun-Star. The Hero of Stars, James, has to postpone his being a pilot to get training to take on the powerful clan, and ultimately Jessica herself. A huge space battle unfolds in Alliance space unlike any the galaxy has ever seen. How will the Alliance win this climatic battle against the Imperial Union. One thing is certain; the 3rd galactic war will end and perhaps the war between the stari and cometra as well.
- Author : Archibald Geikie Brown
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1873
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 412
- ISBN : OXFORD:590170865
East London Tabernacle Pulpit, Sermons Preached by Archibald Brown by Archibald Brown Geikie, first published in 1873, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation. Restoration Editors' mission is to bring long out of print manuscripts back to life. Some smudges, annotations or unclear text may still exist, due to permanent damage to the original work. We believe the literary significance of the text justifies offering this reproduction, allowing a new generation to appreciate it.
The Petersburg Campaign was what finally did it. After months of relentless conflict throughout 1864, the Confederate army led by General Robert E. Lee holed up in the Virginia city of Petersburg as Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant's vastly superior forces lurked nearby. The brutal fighting that took place around the city during 1864 and into 1865 decimated both armies as Grant used his manpower advantage to repeatedly smash the Confederate lines, a tactic that eventually resulted in the decisive breakthrough that ultimately doomed the Confederacy. The breakthrough and the events that led up to it are the subject of A. Wilson Greene's groundbreaking book The Final Battles of the Petersburg Campaign, a significant revision of a much-praised work first published in 2000. Surprisingly, despite Petersburg's decisive importance to the war's outcome, the campaign has received scant attention from historians. Greene's book, with its incisive analysis and compelling narrative, changes this, offering readers a rich account of the personalities and strategies that shaped the final phase of the fighting. Greene's ultimate focus on the climatic engagements of April 2, 1865, the day that Confederate control of Richmond and Petersburg was effectively ended. The book tells this story from the perspectives of the two army groups that clashed on that day: the Union Sixth Corps and the Confederate Third Corps. But Greene does more than just recount the military tactics at Petersburg; he also connects the reader intimately with how the war affected society and spotlights the soldiers, both officers and enlisted men, whose experiences defined the outcome. Thanks to his extensive research and consultation of rare source materials, Greene gives readers a vibrant perspective on the campaign that broke the Confederate spirit once and for all. A. Wilson Greene is president of Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier near Petersburg, Virginia. He also has tau
Human and machine. Elite and Expendable. They are the Legion of the Damned. The Hudathans are on a rampage. They have created their own corps of cyborgs using copycat technology and psychotic candidates. They have refitted their hardware. Reloaded their weapons. Refueled their insanity. And targeted the heart of the Confederacy, once and for all. The Legion will be there to greet them.
The year is 1895, and with the Civil War thirty years in the past, America is becoming a civilized place—except for the Wild West, where settlers still fight the elements and the natives. In Hankswash, Wyoming, word spreads that a tragic murder has set off a dangerous series of events that threatens to bring an angry war party, led by Young Lightning Streak, right to the city limits. The US Army has dispatched a force from Fort Laramie to protect the small town, but there's little hope that the soldiers can beat the rampaging Indians to Hankswash. The citizens must prepare for incoming battle, which likely means hiding as best they can. After all, how can a woman of the night or a telegraph clerk stand up to warriors bent on bloody revenge? Only one man could save them all ... Henry Webster Williams is a grumpy horse rancher who prefers it when the townsfolk of Hankswash stay out of his way—but death threatens to come to each and every front door, Henry's included. He was once a soldier in the Civil War, and although he despises the idea of killing again, old habits die hard. In order to save his family, his herd, and his own scalp, Henry will have to fight back—and it's gonna be a hell of a battle.
A chilling, firsthand account of the Pacific theater of World War II describes the intense fighting on Guadalcanal and the horrors of war, based on the reminiscences of a soldier as recounted to his doctor.
- Author : Nickelodeon Publishing
- Publisher : Nickelodeon
- Release Date : 2013-07-26
- Genre : Juvenile Fiction
- Pages : 77
- ISBN : 9781612634036
Experience the four-part season three Avatar: The Last Airbender finale like never before--through the eyes of your favorite Avatar characters: Aang, Zuko, Azula, Fire Lord Ozai, Sokka, Katara, and Uncle Iroh! Includes a totally exclusive interview with Avatar creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, as well as some of their early sketches of the Avatar world and characters!
"Who will live and who will die? Will Mata Nui at last awaken to rule his universe once more? When this final battle is over, everything in the Bionicle universe will have changed forever!"--Page 4 of cover.
He called it one of the hardest things he ever didas difficult as leading the D-Day invasion. When Dwight Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne to Little Rock to integrate Central High School in September 1957, he couldn't know that he was fighting the last great battle of his career...one that would change forever both him and his country. This is the story of how one of America's greatest leaders confronted America's greatest sin. This is the unlikely tale of how Ike became a civil rights president."Ike" represents is a revolution in scholarship on Eisenhower and civil rights. Though not uncritical, the book credits his steady personal advance on the issue as well as his accomplishments in the military and as president. Drawing on thousands of primary documents (including newly released material), "Ike's Last Battle" builds to its climax at Little Rockone of the most pivotal events of the civil rights movement. Little Rock is at the epicenter, but the book will also look at the cause, and the aftermath.
The last prophecy an abridgment of E B Elliot s Hor apocalyptic to which is subjoined his last paper on prophecy fulfilled and fulfilling by M E E
- Author : Edward Bishop Elliott
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1884
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : OXFORD:590333375