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  • Milo Yiannopoulos & All This Mess

    by NeoPopRealism Press
    This book is obviously a book that the globalists do not want to see on their shelves. And not because it is about the current events and relationships between people with different political views, but because it analyzes not in their favor why and how free speech is important to human progress. It also explores some Milo Yiannopoulos' speeches during his "Dangerous Faggot" tour and his interviews when he touches different hot topics. This book focuses on the Milo Yiannopoulos' quite often succ... more
  • The Sociological Theory of the Skin-color-syndrome Together With Explaining the Origin of White Racism in the American South

    by Gerald Norde
    This book exposes and explains a U.S. endemic and ever evolving national affliction: the skin-color-syndrome. The skin-color-syndrome is characterized by the all-encompassing sensing (5 human senses), the recognition, the actions, and reactions to one's and the other's skin color. In addition, this book also explains the origin of White American racism in the American South during the U.S. domestic slave era, 1807-65. lastly, this book provides a theory explaining the origin of the love-hate ... more
  • The Jews of Key West: Smugglers, Cigar Makers, and Revolutionaries (1823-1969)

    by Arlo Haskell

    The dramatic story of South Florida’s oldest Jewish community and a major addition to the history of this unique island city.

    Long before Miami was on the map, Key West had Florida’s largest economy and an influential Jewish community. Jews who settled here as peddlers in the nineteenth century joined a bilingual and progressive city that became the launching pad for the revolution that toppled the Spanish Empire in Cuba. As dozens of local Jews collaborated... more

  • Subs, Guns, Honor;: Lt. W.H. Jaques of Little Boar's Head, NH

    by Thomas Clarie
    On the surface, this book floats along as the fascinating biography of W.H. Jaques, 1867 graduate of Annapolis. He heads to sea, teaches on a school ship, advises a president on weaponry, then goes to study big-gun-making in England, France, and Russia. When Congress asks him to tell them how great our ships are, he says, “Not good at all.” Jaques barely loses a tough fight with Teddy Roosevelt to win the position of Assistant Secretary of the Navy, becoming instead close friend of Navy Secre... more
  • Russia Under Three Tsars

    by Irene Vartanoff
    Rediscovered eyewitness history: Opening with an intimate, dramatic account of the assassination of Tsar Alexander II in 1881, this long-lost history describes the personalities and actions of the last tsars during the years leading up to the Russian Revolution. Glittering royals, politicians, military officers, scoundrels, and anarchists all walk across these pages as they did in life during the last years of the tsars. This eyewitness history is based on exclusive access to the original ma... more
  • LETTERS lost then found

    by Amy Johnson
    You are about to eavesdrop on conversations between two brothers, ages 19 and 30, during World War II. Prepare to journey within their family life and experience their frustration, happiness, and sadness. These two brothers have a story to tell. "LETTERS lost then found" was designed to engage you in a number of different ways. The letters themselves can be read sequentially from cover to cover, but there are also brief excerpts next to each letter that form a sort of poetic series when read one... more
  • Lost Skills of the 19th Century: A Practical Guide to a Variety of Useful Arts No Longer Widely Known or Practiced

    by Eric Smith
    Lost Skills of the 19th Century is a wide-ranging collection of (mostly) useful arts no longer widely known or practiced, discovered in the pages of long-forgotten classics of Americana like The Practical Distiller, American Artillerist’s Companion, The Farmer’s Cabinet, The Orphan’s Friend and Housekeeper’s Assistant, The Ball-room Bijou, A Manual for Attendants in Hospitals for the Insane, The Prairie Traveler, Wilson’s Book of Recitations, Practical Hints for Furniture Men, How to Make a Shoe... more
  • Oscar & Lucy

    by Alan Kennedy
    Oscar was one of those people blessed (or is it cursed?) to live in interesting times; indeed, times interesting enough for a dozen normal lives. He was the architect of extraordinary – even heroic - deeds, yet they are completely forgotten now. He was to be counted along with people who shaped the history of the 20th Century, but he is barely mentioned. He was a psychologist who worked with giants, someone who made crucial discoveries in psychology, yet came to distrust the discipline and final... more
  • If You Were Me and Lived in... the Ancient Mali Empire

    by Carole P. Roman
    Join Carole P. Roman as she travels back in time to visit the exciting Ancient Empire of Mali in Africa during the 1300s. Learn about the varied customs and cultures. Travel to the past to discover what you would eat and do for fun. See the land and its rich history through the eyes of a youngster like you. Don't forget to look at the other books in the series so that you can be an armchair time traveler.
  • Starlinks - Web Design Agency New Zealand

    by John bright
    Starlinks is a renown logo design agency in New Zealand that guarantees quality driven services. We are a professional web design agency in Auckland. Our other services include web development and customized e-commerce solutions. We work with a mission to gratify our clients. Let your company experience a proficient inspired breeze with Starlinks.
  • A Thousand Points of Truth

    by V. P. Hughes
    My interest in Colonel John Singleton Mosby began in 1950. However, it wasn't until 2002 that it led to extensive research on the subject, centered upon newspaper reports on the man begun during the Civil War and continued throughout?and even after?his life. And while I rejected Virgil Carrington Jones's observation on Mosby, contained in the preface of this work, I did not contemplate writing this book until an even more disparaging observation came to my attention during my research. The comme... more
  • Ameri-Canada? Cross Border Connections and the Possibilities for Our "One Big Town"

    by William Seavey
    The history of U.S./Canada relations from the earliest days to the present (includes the election of Donald Trump as President). Proposes solutions to cross border issues and disputes: Nafta, Keystone XL pipeline, Detroit Windsor Bridge etc. Details various historic threats to sovereignty both from above and below the 49th parallel (since resolved). Encourages more cross border communication and cooperation. Details how most Americans lack even a rudimentary knowldge of Canada and Canadian... more

  • A New Constitution for a Free People

    by Cory Hamblin
    A New Constitution for a Free People was influenced by the United States Constitution. It includes adjustments to how each branch of government should function and additions and changes to the Bill of Rights. The author's primary goal was to create an outline that would limit government power and expand individual liberty.
  • Amazing Legends of India

    by Swapna Rajput
    The book explains true stories of Indian legendary heroes from the time of Hindu mythology to 18th century. India has always been an attraction point in the world, millions of curious people all over the world visit here and wonders how one country could always be so glorious with so many languages, cultures, traditions? It’s all because of those ancient heroes, who created it with their knowledge, passion and bravery and magnetized the world to come and see the fame of India and follow us. ... more
  • Dockland Apprentice ISBN0 9546488 11

    by david carpenter
    A look at life in the London Docks During the 1950's Reviews :- History Today :- Highly commended Shipping Today & Yesterday :- This is a really good read. The P.C and Health & Safety brigade would have had a field day Sea Breezes magazine:- A publication that will surely earn a place of honour in telling how life was in the Golden days of the Merchant Navy.