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release date: Oct 18, 2017
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Korea 1960s (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: 100 Color Photos from 1960s Korea
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release date: Oct 18, 2017
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Hallo Japan! (Reihe in 6 Bänden)
Aus Band 1: "Hallo Japan!" Buch der Landschaft ist ein Foto, das einige Reisetipps enthält.
Ich hoffe, dass du Japan durch dieses Buch auf Reisen genießen.
Willkommen in Japan!

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Rob In Russia (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: Thousand of years of history helped Russia develop into one of the most culturally intriguing countries in the world. Not the least of which is the amazing Russian Orthodox churches and cathedrals. This photography book captures that beauty as I travel various cities and regions within Russia.
release date: Oct 31, 2016
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The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad's Pittsburgh Division (Images of Modern America)
The Pittsburgh Division had its earliest beginnings in 1837, but what would be known as the main line was not completed until 1871. At its height, the Pittsburgh Division consisted of five distinct main lines and 14 branch lines, and the division had trackage rights over the Western Maryland and Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroads. Images of Modern America: The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad's Pittsburgh Division looks at five of these lines: the B&O Main Line from Cumberland to Pittsburgh; the Pittsburgh and Western; the Somerset and Cambria; the Fairmont, Morgantown and Pittsburgh; and the Wheeling, Pittsburgh and Baltimore.
release date: May 03, 2016
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My Holiday in North Korea: The Funniest/Worst Place on Earth
Most people want out of North Korea. Wendy Simmons wanted in.

In My Holiday in North Korea: The Funniest/Worst Place on Earth, Wendy shares a glimpse of North Korea as it’s never been seen before. Even though it’s the scariest place on Earth, somehow Wendy forgot to check her sense of humor at the border.

But Wendy’s initial amusement and bewilderment soon turned to frustration and growing paranoia. Before long, she learned the essential conundrum of “tourism” in North Korea: Travel is truly a love affair. But, just like love, it’s a two-way street. And North Korea deprives you of all this. They want you to fall in love with the singular vision of the country they’re willing to show you and nothing more.

Through poignant, laugh-out-loud essays and 92 never-before-published color photographs of North Korea, Wendy chronicles one of the strangest vacations ever. Along the way, she bares all while undergoing an inner journey as convoluted as the country itself.
release date: Oct 20, 2008
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Boston Curiosities: A History of Beantown Barons, Molasses Mayhem, Polemic Patriots and the Fluff in Between
Boston has been a favorite backdrop for novels, films and television series, but some of the best stories about the city are true ones. Historian Ted Clarke explores these stories both the familiar and the obscure that have earned Boston such epithets as 'the epicenter of American crime fiction', 'the cradle of liberty' and 'the ice cream capital of the world'. The fifteen-foot tidal wave of molasses that roared down Commercial Street in 1919 is one of the more famous legends. Lesser known, but equally stunning, is the case of Albert Tirrell, who in 1845 murdered his mistress in a Boston boardinghouse but was released after presenting the first successful sleepwalking defense in the United States. From the mysterious story of John Jacob Loud, who patented the first ballpoint pen, to the dubious early enterprises of merchant prince turned philanthropist Thomas Perkins, Boston Curiosities offers up a medley of memorable events that give Beantown its celebrated flavor.
release date: Oct 02, 2017
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Slovenians in Cleveland: A History (American Heritage)
The Newburgh, St. Clair and Collinwood neighborhoods formed the core of Greater Cleveland�s enormous Slovenian population, still the largest in America. The city�s Slovenian heritage is replete with gripping tales of World War II prison camp escapes and bizarre bank robbers who threatened the St. Clair Savings institution. The catastrophic East Ohio Gas explosion and tragic Collinwood school fire are etched into local consciousness. The rise of neighborhood residents to professional sports stardom and national political prominence contribute to a proud legacy. And the century-old �Cleveland style� Slovenian polka remains an important cultural expression. Author Alan Dutka offers the first comprehensive history of the struggles and triumphs of Cleveland�s Slovenians.
release date: Jul 26, 2010
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Buckeye (Then and Now)
With a population of more than 48,000, Buckeye is the ninth-fastest growing municipality in the United States. The town�s rapid growth has left many longtime residents wondering what happened to the place where they grew up. Originally an agricultural community, Buckeye has embraced the 21st century, becoming a hub for the affordable housing market in the Valley of the Sun. Buckeye�s colorful history is told by an Arizona Culture Keeper and lifelong resident of the Buckeye Valley, Verlyne Meck, who has woven a tapestry of words and images that tell the unique story of the Buckeye Valley.
release date: Oct 26, 2009
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Madison (Postcard History)
Madison has a rich photographic history, much of it in the form of postcards. This volume presents more than 200 historical postcard images from the private collection of Madison resident John Powell, who has been collecting and trading postcards for more than 20 years. The images here reflect Madison's businesses, public institutions, civic life, and civic pride in the first decades of the 20th century. With author David Sakrison's engaging text, these images offer a unique window into the city as it was, and as it saw itself, 75 to 100 years ago.
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