Schlagwort: Battle

Battle of traffic accident victims: Annals Of 1169 days recording (Japanese Edition)

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Rome's Most Notorious Defeats: The History and Legacy of the Battle of Cannae and the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

Although the Romans gained the upper hand over Carthage in the wake of the First Punic War, the legendary Carthaginian general Hannibal brought the Romans to their knees for over a decade during the Second Punic War. While military historians are still amazed that he was able to maintain his army in Italy near Rome…

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The Battle of Taranto: Naval Battles (Traditional History for Children Book 10) (English Edition)

The Battle of Taranto was one of the allies’ only victories in the first two years of World War II. Airplanes from the British Navy sank half of Italy’s powerful battleships, in the first sign that aircraft carriers would replace battleships. The victory boosted Britain’s spirits and enabled Britain to keep controlling the Mediterranean Sea…

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The Battle of Kursk: The History and Legacy of the Biggest Tank Battle of World War II

The vast expanses of southern Russia and the Ukraine provided the Eastern Front arena where the armies of Third Reich dictator Adolf Hitler and Soviet dictator Josef Stalin wrestled lethally for supremacy in 1943. Endless rolling plains – ideal "tank country" – vast forests, sprawling cities, and enormous tracts of agricultural land formed the environment…

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The Sinking of the Bismarck: The History of the Battle That Destroyed Nazi Germany's Most Famous Battleship

Immensely powerful and thickly armored, armed with eight 15-inch guns aimed by one of the most sophisticated target acquisition systems of its day, the Third Reich's premier battleship, the KMS Bismarck, left an indelible trail of legends behind it during its single, fatal foray against the British in 1941. Victorious over the HMS Hood, prowling…

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The Battle of Königgrätz in 1866: The Triumph of Maneuver in Europe's First Modern War

In the early summer of 1866 half a million men from Prussia and the Austrian Empire fought the largest battle in European history prior to 1914 in the rolling hills of eastern Bohemia. The results of the battle determined that Prussia and not Austria would be paramount in the German world going forward. The Prussian…

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Battle Hymns (English Edition)

BATTLE HYMNS is the only book you will ever need to beat your hands into shape. This 140 page method book for players of all genres brings togetheran extensive list of 89 rudiments (26 American, 40 International, Superior and Hybrids), the history of Western Drumming including 20 famoushistorical drum tunes and battlefield signals and a…

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Anxiety & MMA: How Mixed Martial Arts Helped Me Battle My Anxiety (English Edition)


First hand account of my personal battle with anxiety and how my journey into the various disciplines of Mixed Martial Arts helped me to battle it. Throughout this book I detail my experiences encountering anxiety and provide you, the reader with the tools and coping mechanisms that I used to successfully help me through those…

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From Battle of Britain Airman to PoW Escapee: The Story of Ian Walker RAF


This is the Second World War story of a champion cyclist turned airman who lived to tell the tale against almost impossible odds. A New Zealander in the RAF, Ian Walker took part in the Battle of Britain before transferring to Bomber Command and surviving three plane crashes in his Wellington bomber. The last of…

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The Frozen Chosen: The 1st Marine Division and the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir


The Frozen Chosen is an account of the breakout from the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea by the First Marine Division from November to December 1950, following the intervention of Red China in the Korean War. Fought during the worst blizzard in a century, it is considered by the US Marine Corps to be the…

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