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The N O Vo Nostalgia Movie Quiz And Information Book

Author : David Cameron Dunn, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781480969162
Genre : Games & Activities
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The N*O*VO Nostalgia Movie Quiz and Information Book by David Cameron Dunn, Ph.D. The N*O*VO Nostalgia Movie Quiz and Information Book was written as a labor of love by a cinephile. Its intended audience is the kindred spirits out there who not only relish the “good, old films and players,” but who also enjoy being asked questions about them. The book goes a step further by quantifying the difficulty of the questions, providing the readers with the opportunity to record their “scores” and “batting averages.” Not only may the individual assess his or her personal expertise in the realm of motion picture lore, but also in the competitive way with family and friends as a game. In addition to the quiz section, which comprises the pronounced majority of the book, the readers will also find several interesting informational appendices. In view of the above, the reader will find this work to be set apart from the many other similar entries on the shelves!

State Of Wisconsin Blue Book

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ISBN : UOM:39015073354550
Genre : Wisconsin
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Nuremberg The Blackest Night In Raf History

Author : Martin Bowman
ISBN : 9781473852143
Genre : History
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This is a brand-new, updated history of the Nuremburg Raid, taking advantage of new stores of information that have come to light in recent years. In his usual, highly-praised style, Martin Bowman's historical narrative is supplemented throughout by first-hand snippets of pilot testimony, offering an authentic sense of events as they played out. Having access to extensive archives of images ensures that this is a visually pleasing and comprehensive account of one of the most iconic raids of the Second World War.

The Nation

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105006753631
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The Man In The Box

Author : Marylois Dunn
ISBN : 9781479402328
Genre : Fiction
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During the Vietnam War, a Vietnamese boy must free the "Man in the Box," a captured American soldier, and bring him to safety. A powerful tale of friends in the midst of battle, "The Man in the Box" won the prestigious Oklahoma Sequoyah Children's Book Award in 1968. It remains as memorable today -- and its message of compassion and friendship as fresh -- as the day it was first published. Includes a Foreword by Ardath Mayhar from the 2006 edition, plus a new Publisher's Foreword by John Betancourt.

They Came From Burgundy

Author : Keith Janes
ISBN : 9781788036474
Genre : History
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The first book to recount the stories of every single Allied serviceman (including more than a hundred and fifty American aircrew) helped by one of the major escape lines of World War Two, complete with details of their helpers. Escape lines – which should more properly be called evasion lines – can be described as organisations that helped stranded servicemen make their way from enemy occupied territories back to friendly territory. Of the three major escape lines running through France during the Second World War – the Pat O’Leary line, which covered most of the country, the Comete line, which ran from Holland and Belgium through France to the Pyrenees, and Bourgogne – Bourgogne (aka Burgundy) is the least well known. Escape lines are a largely unrecognised, or at least often overlooked, episode of the Second World War. For those who were involved – the helpers (mostly French, Belgian and Dutch civilians) – or who benefitted from them (mostly British, Commonwealth and American servicemen) this was a personal war, which was, and remains, almost unknown to the outside world, despite the tragic loss of so many of those concerned. To the families of the servicemen saved, it must have seemed like a miracle to have their loved ones returned safely to them. For the helpers and their families who were caught, it often meant death. This comprehensive study, some 480 pages, is based around contemporary reports and documentation, as well as extensive personal research by the author and others. It describes the evasions of the more than three hundred Allied servicemen helped by the Burgundy line, together with details and the eventual fates of many hundreds of their helpers. They came from Burgundywill appeal to those interested in history, specifically Second World War escape and evasion.

Holocaust And The Moving Image

Author : Toby Haggith
ISBN : 1904764517
Genre : History
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Based on an event held at the Imperial War Museum in 2001, this book is a blend of voices and perspectives - archivists, curators, filmmakers, scholars, and Holocaust survivors. Each section examines films and how they have contributed to wider awareness and understanding of the Holocaust since the war.

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