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All The Light We Cannot See: A Detailed Summary About The Book Of Anthony Doerr!! ( Bonus: Fun Quiz To Help You Understand The Book Better!) (All The … Summary, Novel, Quiz; All The Light)

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All The Lights We Cannot See: A Detailed Summary Of The Book!!

The lives of two high schoolers, a French young lady and a German kid, unrealistically converge at the end of World War II in All The Light We Cannot See. Prior to the war, Marie-Laure LeBlanc, who has been blind since adolescence, lives agreeably in Paris with her father, Daniel, who is the key expert for the regular history exhibition hall. She cherishes to visit the historical center and learn, particularly about molluscs, or snails. Her dad makes her a point by point wooden reproduction of their neighbourhood so she can figure out how to explore it. He likewise makes convoluted wooden riddle boxes that pleasure her. He issues her a Braille duplicate of Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days and afterward, after she eats up it, the in the first place volume of Twenty Thousand Associations Under the Sea. Marie-Laure is additionally interested by a story she hears at the gallery of an astounding precious stone covered up there, called the Sea of Flames.

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Lock ‘n’ Load or Rock ‘n’ Roll: War and Peace, the Two Sides of Our Coins: From the Rise to Fall of the Riders (History of Warfare: The Circumnavigator of Our Stories Book 1)

by Young Kim

What is war, and what is not war? Who in Heaven’s name defines a war and names it? Have we all been fighting in wars in our life, or have the wars only been fought among the warlords? We will ask a lot of questions to ourselves, and by the time the last volume of this series is read, most of the questions will have been answered. We will discuss to know what war’s meant to us in both small and large scales. We will learn in detail about the patterns of wars in the past and what they will look like in our time in the coming years. We will see that simple changes in tactics of war have always been the decisive causes of the very changes of our global orders after all. The first volume starts with the ancient ground force evolution based on a tiny piece of new horse gear called stirrup so as to learn how it built so-called the Middle Ages under feudalism famed for chivalry, faith and romance. Second volume is about the development of various shooting maneuvers later to fit perfectly in the naval operations for the global expedition to create our modern world where we live today. And the third is war and geopolitics while the last volume tries to picture the future conflicts in the coming years. We will not just learn the cliche of art of war in our history that everybody’s been talking so much about, but also the very causes of tragic conflicts with such abundance of colorful image assistance that will entertain our eyes. After we are done with this series, our world we know will be larger than ever before with less misunderstanding about other societies in different languages and appearances, which has always been one of the biggest causes of the restless conflicts of our world. We also hear about some stories of good military leaders who have lived among the people through the hardest moment in their life.



Radical Thoughts & Empowering Perspectives

by Marcus M Mottley Ph.D

In “Radical Thoughts – Empowering Perspectives”, Marcus Mottley has put together a collection of his thoughts and ideas spanning more than 25 years. He comments on social, educational, political and psychological issues relevant not only to his native country of Antigua and Barbuda and the Caribbean Diaspora, but applicable to matters on a geopolitical scale. For example, 24 years ago in an article “The Profit Motive”, he warned of a financial system driven by greed for the sake of profit ‘by any means necessary.’ In this article he cautioned that ‘cancerous corporations or their host nations spreading their tentacles and holding the rest of humankind to ransom.’ Events in the 2008 global financial debacle led by Wall Street seem to have proven him correct. In 2006 he warned of the “Modern Day Pirates and Privateers in the Caribbean” and tried to alert Antiguans about the dangers that a ‘certain piratical financier’ posed both to Antigua and other Caribbean countries. Recent events have again borne out his concerns. Whether you read “That Shhhht Cart”, “Under the Big Tent”, or “The Voice of the People” you will agree that this is a compelling, passionate and insightful exploration of timeless issues and critical topics.



Alabama Timelines – Those Republicans

by Worth Earlwood Norman Jr

This book presents selected historical events of the Republican Party in Alabama between the years 1854 and 2014. Other events are cited for historical context. Sources, references, and an index are provided.



Indian History : Objective: CSAT, IES, NDA/NA, CDS, SCC, NCERT, Railway, Banking, State Services, etc.

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INDIAN HISTORY Objective

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INDIAN HISTORY MCQs

– ANCIENT INDIA

– MEDIEVAL INDIA

– MODERN INDIA



The Whiskey Rebellion: The History of Early America’s Most Famous Popular Uprising

by Charles River Editors

*Includes pictures

*Includes contemporary accounts of the meetings and events that incited the rebellion

*Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading

*Includes a table of contents

“Such excise laws had always been unpopular among the small farmers in Great Britain; they excited hatred, which they brought with them to this country, and which may be regarded as hereditary. Scarcely any of the causes of complaint which led to the revolution, had so strong a hold on the people of Pennsylvania as the stamp act, an excise regarded as an oppressive tax on colonial industry.” – H.H. Brackenridge, History of the Western Insurrection in Western Pennsylvania

It should come as no surprise to anyone that it is much easier to overthrow a government than form a new one, and that in turn it is easier to form a government than to govern. The men who founded America knew these facts in theory, but in the last decade of the 18th century, they learned them by experience when just a few years after the new Constitution had been ratified, a rebellion arose over taxes. As it turned out, some of the people who fought a war against taxation without representation were also upset by taxation even with Congressional representation. Given that most people are averse to being parted from their hard-earned money for any reason, this is not surprising, but it still had to be dealt with, and firmly, or the new republic might not have survived.

As Secretary of Treasury, Alexander Hamilton was looking for ways to shore up the young nation’s finances and pay off the debts incurred by the Revolution. At the same time, he believed in strengthening the federal government vis-à-vis the states, which would eventually make him a leader of the Federalist party but also compel him to push for a tax on distillers of alcohol, many of whom took their excess corn and grain crops and produced liquors. Ironically, Hamilton came up with the idea of this tax to avoid more direct forms of taxation, and because he didn’t think it would be difficult to collect.

What Hamilton didn’t consider was just how ubiquitous the production of whiskey and other liquors were on the frontier, where they were often used as a form of currency itself. In addition to being upset at this new tax, Westerners believed it was disproportionately aimed at them because Americans still residing on the East Coast weren’t as reliant on the production of whiskey. With opponents holding conventions in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the very state currently hosting the Washington administration at the capital of Philadelphia, the opposition was viewed by many as a direct threat to the legitimacy of the federal government itself.

In 1794, violence actually broke out, and with the tax opponents numbering in the thousands, President Washington himself felt compelled to raise a militia force and personally lead it to deal with the rebels, the only time an American president actually led soldiers in the field. Ultimately, no pitched battle took place once the militia was marched into western Pennsylvania, but dozens were arrested and tried for treason in the wake of the episode. While the breaking up of the revolt was praised by most Americans, Westerns continued to oppose the tax until Jefferson’s administration repealed it upon coming to power in 1801.

The Whiskey Rebellion: The History of Early America’s Most Famous Popular Uprising looks at the origins behind one of the most famous insurrections in American history. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the Whiskey Rebellion like never before, in no time at all.



Alabama Timelines – African American Entrepreneurs

by Worth Earlwood Norman Jr

ALABAMA TIMELINES – AFRICAN AMERICAN ENTREPRENEURS provides a historical perspective of black achievement from 1817 to current day. This short booklet is a historical starting point, a reference with an index.



EGYPT FAMOUS LANDMARKS AND ANCIENT GREEK GODS & GODDESSES: A World Of Learning At Your Fingertips (Smart Kids Guide Book 1)

by Liam Saxon

Bestselling children’s author Liam Saxon is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing “A Smart Kids Guide To EGYPT FAMOUS LANDMARKS AND ANCIENT GREEK GODS & GODDESSES”.

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Fun Filled Learning for Your Child (and you!)

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  • I THOUGHT THE EGYPTIANS JUST BUILT PYRAMIDS
  • BUT I WANT TO HEAR ABOUT PYRAMIDS
  • OTHER BUILDINGS? WHAT FOR?
  • WHY BUILD THESE HUGE STRUCTURES JUST TO BE BURIED IN THEM?
  • THE PYRAMIDS ARE PRETTY BIG
  • then

  • WHAT SORT OF RELIGION DID THE GREEKS FOLLOW?
  • ZEUS
  • HERA
  • POSEIDON
  • HADES
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A Smart Kids Guide To EGYPTIAN GODS & GODDESSES AND EXCITING ENGLAND: A World Of Learning At Your Fingertips

by Liam Saxon

Bestselling children’s author Liam Saxon is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing “A Smart Kids Guide To EGYPTIAN GODS & GODDESSES AND EXCITING ENGLAND”.

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Perfect reading for any occasion and especially ideal for bed times, long journeys or for bonding with your child.

Fun Filled Learning for Your Child (and you!)

Every one of our books is lovingly researched, illustrated and put together to outstand, awe and inspire the reader. Our beautiful images help explain and enlighten each well-written fact.

This book covers a range of exciting topics including:

  • WHAT KIND OF RELIGION DID THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS PRACTICE?
  • RA – THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THE EGYPTIAN GODS
  • ISIS – THE GODDESS OF HEALTH AND MARRIAGE
  • ANUBIS – THE JACKAL-HEADED GOD OF THE DEAD
  • OSIRIS – ANOTHER GOD OF THE DEAD
  • then

  • INTRODUCTION – TELL ME A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ENGLAND
  • HOW BIG IS ENGLAND?
  • WHAT TYPE OF GOVERNMENT DOES ENGLAND HAVE?
  • IS TEA BIG IN ENGLAND?
  • WHAT IS AFTERNOON TEA?
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