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  • La Qâdiriyya, une voie spirituelle millénaire

    by Cheikh Talibouya NIANG
    Les défis actuels de la Qâdiriyya sont nombreux et variés puisqu’ils recoupent entièrement ceux de l’Islam dont il est le moteur principal. Cependant, le principal défi est celui de l’éducation et de la clarification des musulmans dans un siècle dominé par la manipulation des consciences par les médias occidentaux qui charrie les virus de l’amalgame et de la désillusion semés par l’idéologie ultra-libérale et les chantres de l’extrêmisme religieux. IL est vrai que nous assistons à un renouveau... more
  • African American History: The Untold Stories

    by Yvette Long
    African American History: The Untold Stories was written to connect Americans who could benefit from understanding and connecting with their history. An understanding of history helps us to understand who we are while providing direction for who we are capable of becoming. African American History: The Untold Stories will aid African American boys with the interest of having insight into a narrative of their forefathers and a more accurate perception of themselves and their potential. Afr... more
  • Valley of the Shadow: An Account of American POWs of the Japanese

    by Whitney Galbraith
    I am an author here in Colorado Springs who is marketing this new volume internationally and would like to introduce the volume to you as well. The volume is my own father’s stunning WW II POW memoir. I would be pleased to further discuss the project with you in hopes that you will carry the volume. It is a substantial addition to the history of the Pacific War. With appreciation. (Mr.) Whitney Galbraith. 719-633-2740. I would greatly appreciate having your regular e-mail address so that I mi... more
  • Collected Essays on Bermuda's History

    by Jonathan Land Evans
    The book is a 400-page compendium of my scholarly papers and essays on the history of the island of Bermuda, selected from my own 'Essays' series of books as well as from other publications (including 13 that were originally published in 'The Bermuda Journal of Archaeology & Maritime History'). The subject-matter is diverse, and includes numerous essays on the island's military, literary and art history as well as more mainstream political and social history.
  • Red Road Across the Great Plains

    by Chandra Lahiri
    A life-changing solo voyage of discovery across the blood-soaked Great Plains. A pilgrimage to momentous sites of Native American heritage. Meet the amazing “invisible warriors” fighting impossible odds to reclaim their heritage and share in the American Dream without losing their unique identity, much as their ancestors fought on the battlefields to save their way of life. Nurturing a half-century obsession, he takes the reader along on his astonishing solo road-trip through haunting places o... more
  • A Rumination on the Role of Love During A Condition of Extreme Conservatism and Extreme Liberalism: A Political Essay

    by Harvey Havel
    A non-fiction political essay that stresses the importance of using the ancient political philosophies of love, as pondered by Plato, and how these absolutes of love, as he describes them, ought to be used in our most pressing and current political position of addressing the dangerous American condition of ideological polarization between extreme conservatism and extreme liberalism. Written in 2019 just before a predictably turbulent election period, this essay explores love's valuable applicat... more
  • New Mountain, New River, New Home?

    by Margaret Eldridge

    When the Tasmanian Hmong "gifted" the author with the task of placing their story on record she set about interviewing this small refugee community in Tasmania, Australia's island state. But she did more than that. She traced the history of the Hmong people from the first references in Chinese literature through their chequered history in China until some of them moved into northern Laos. The book describes, largely in their own words, their exodus from hill-tribe homes as a res... more

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  • The Formation and Development of the Angolan Armed Forces

    by Miguel Junior
    This book describes the structuring grounds of Angola?s national army as well as their historical background. Likewise, it portrays the stages and aspects of the process of structuring. Given that the national army is a fact, this book also includes a reflection on its state of organization together with the identification of some aspects that may contribute to its further development. It is in this perspective that, in general, the parameters for the organization and development of the Angolan ... more
  • The World Explored, the World Suffered: A Philosophical History of Psychology, Cognition, Emotion, Consciousness, and Actions

    by Michael R D James
    A review of the Philosophical History since Anaxagoras converted Socrates from being a natural investigator to being an investigator of the mind. Greek Philosophy culminated in the Hylomorphic Philosophy of Aristotle which was the first systematic exposition of Philosophical Psychology which lay dormant throughout the middle ages until Kant renewed interest in the attempt to "know ourselves". Kant's Critical Philosophy was then overturned by a romantically inspired Hegelian attempt to dismiss ... more
  • Kracek

    by Vito Tomasino
    Viktor Kracek is the American born son of university professors who fled Czechoslovakia to escape the scourge of Nazi Germany. He would become a USAF fighter pilot, one as capable of destroying his enemies with words as he is with bullets; whose combat heroics in Vietnam captured the attention of a beleaguered U.S. President.
  • The Prison Planet Handbook

    by Denis Goodwin
    Who are we, and where did we come from? When we turn to the information provided to us, we find a mud pool of possibilities. Is this intended to subvert our built-in guidance systems? We also discover that people who are adept at researching big-picture science are offered special jobs conditional on being sworn to secrecy. What is behind this strategy? Sometimes, the reality prescribed to us doesn?t fit with or explain what we experience. So if you too know something is not quite right, wonder ... more
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    by michael stokes
  • Entertaining Chicago: Remembering the Places, Performers and Stories Throughout the 20th Century

    by Neal Samors

    Throughout the 20th Century, Chicago offered its residents a wide variety of entertainment venues, ranging from jazz, blues and comedy clubs to nightclubs and hotels and restaurants, where music was broadcast across the country, to legitimate theaters, movie palaces, classical and opera music, rock and roll clubs and sports that included championship baseball, football, basketball, hockey and bowling.  This book presents numerous stories about such wide ranging opportunities for entertai... more