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Low-Intensity Conflict in the Third World

By: Lewis B. Ware
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From the Line in the Sand : Accounts of USAF Company Grade Officer...

By: Michael P. Vriesenga
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Airpower and Maneuver Warfare

By: Martin van Creveld; Kenneth S. Brower, Steven L. Canby
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The United States Strategic Bombing Surveys

By: Truman Spangrud
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Bombs over Bosnia : The Role of Airpower in Bosnia-Herzegovina

By: Michael O. Beale
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The Vital Link : The Tanker's Role in Winning America's Wars

By: David M. Cohen
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They Served HereThirty-Three Maxwell Men

By: Jeffrey C. Benton
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The Role of Airpower in the Iran-Iraq War

By: Ronald E. Bergquist
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Air Warfare

By: William C. Sherman
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A War of Their Own : Bombers over the Southwest Pacific

By: Matthew K. Rodman
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Heart of the Storm : The Genesis of the Air Campaign against Iraq

By: Richard T. Reynolds
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The Air University Pantheon of Air, Space, and Cyberspace Power Th...

By: Lt Col Vicki J. Rast, USAF, Ret., Compiler
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Inside the Cold War:A Cold Warrior's Reflections

By: Chris Adams
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Learning to Leave:The Preeminence of Disengagement in US Military...

By: Maj R. Greg Brown, USAF
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Stopping Mass Killings in AfricaGenocide, Airpower, and Intervention

By: Dr. Douglas Carl Peifer
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A History of Amargosa Valley Nevada

By: Robert McCracken

Early explorers were followed by prospectors and miners. Settlers who saw the possibilities for agriculture and ranching in the region were not far behind them. The Ash Meadows area, a true desert oasis, was the home of many people, including early community builder "Dad" Fairbanks and some of dubious reputation, such as the legendary desert frontiersman Jack Longstreet. Discovery of borax, clay deposits, and marble and the arrival of the railroads brought new opportunit...

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The Devil‘S Legacy- to Earth Mortals. Being the Key Note to Black ...

By: M. Young

Perhaps the title of this Book – The Devil‘s Legacy to Earth Mortals may at first seem somewhat strange; they will pause as they do at a Witches Prayer, and wonder whether they had best look into it or no, lest they should really raise the Devil by reading what he has bequeathed to mankind. It is a question not yet determined by the learned, whether the word Devil be singular, that is to say, the name of a person standing by himself, or a noun of multitude; if it be a s...

The power of these witches as we find in their earliest records originated in their intercourse with familiar spirits, invisible beings who must be supposed to be enlisted in the armies of the prince of darkness. We do not read in these ancient memorials of any league of mutual benefit entered into between the merely human party, and his or her supernatural assistant. But modern times have amply supplied this defect. The witch or sorcerer could not secure the assistance ...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

In Voices from the Past, a daring group of five independent novels, acclaimed author Paul Alexander Bartlett accomplishes a tour de force of historical fiction, allowing the reader to enter for the first time into the private worlds of five remarkable people: Sappho of Lesbos, the famous Greek poet; Jesus; Leonardo da Vinci; Shakespeare; and Abraham Lincoln. Each novel appears here in its entirety within a single unique volume of 644 pages beautifully illustrated by the author-artist.

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

In Sappho’s Journal, the author brings the famous Greek poet Sappho back to life in a finely crafted novel that reveals her sense of beauty, her loves, her reflections, her inner world. Based on a careful study of ancient Greece and Sappho’s surviving fragments of poetry, Bartlett recreates Sappho in a lyrical account of the life, passion, fears, and faith of this remarkable woman whose intimate journal takes us back to 642 B.C. The book includes a Foreword by ...

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The Curse of Kali

By: Audrey Blankenhagen

THE CURSE OF KALI is a historical fiction set in 19th century India by Audrey Blankenhagen. The exotic beauty of India, her British rulers living in splendid isolation; the opulence and intrigue of a Muslim Royal Court; the machinations of a sinister cult of Kali; the horrors of the Indian Mutiny: are the themes woven into the rich backcloth of ?THE CURSE OF KALI?. In this turbulent setting are a man and a woman whose destinies are inextricably linked, their love yearnin...

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