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Raid!

release date: Apr 02, 2009
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Raid!
The orders came from Patton himself: Take a strike force behind enemy lines--with no air or ground support--and liberate a POW camp at Hammelburg, where Patton's son-in-law was held. Captain Abe Baum and an armored task force answered the call, crashing through an enemy-held town, plunging into German territory, and fighting their way to Hammelburg. With the German army closing in around them, the raiders kept going, until they had liberated 1,500 prisoners of war. Baum's Raiders had just achieved an impossible objective. Now they had to get back out....RAID! Written by the men who were there, Raid! is the gripping real-life story of a controversial mission in the heart of World War II. From the belly of a Sherman Tank pelted with enemy fire to the POWs waiting behind barbed wire, this is a thrilling, you-are-there chronicle of human courage--in the face of impossible odds.

Richard Baron, Photographs

release date: Jan 01, 1989
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The Flora of Madagascar

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Streamline

release date: Jul 16, 2016
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Streamline
"A Useful training tool for teams that want to improve processes, support innovative teams, and provide more value to their communities! A step-by-step approach." Karen Thoreson, President, Alliance for Innovation. "Streamline is a smooth-reading and clear explanation of a powerful business organizing process. I liked Sam, liked the other characters and was drawn into the story. " Mary Sojourner, novelist and NPR commentator. City Manager Sam McConnell just had the scariest meeting of his career. His Council have handed him a hard deadline: Drastically improve services and customer satisfaction in 90 days, or you're out. With no new hires or budget increases to work with, Sam seeks advice from friends, who throw him a lifeline: Lean and Six Sigma. Battling a range of temperaments, executive ambitions, bad press, and resistance to change, Sam and his management team dive into Lean and Six Sigma training, headed by expert Karen Spencer. As these true-to-life characters and situations explain Lean and Six Sigma in everyday language, you're given a clear road map to improving customer satisfaction and efficiency in any department in your organization. Time to take the journey. STREAMLINE is for: * Managers who want to offer improved government services in less time-with little or no budget increase or new hires * Lean and Six Sigma practitioners who want to train others in their organization * Frustrated workers who know there must be a better way STREAMLINE your organization, and you'll create a direct route to: * Happy Citizens * Motivated Employees * Approving Council Members

The Pillars of Priestcraft and Orthodoxy Shaken ...

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Well Begun is Half Done

release date: Jun 23, 2017
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Well Begun is Half Done
Well begun is half done - The young painter and Fiddlehanns is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1867. Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.

Deliberation and Reason

release date: Jan 01, 2010
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Deliberation and Reason
This book is about how we decide what to do. We feel that we make free decisions, but we know that our brains are objects in the physical world, bound by the laws of physics. The book offers a novel way out of this age-old dilemma. We are not really free, but that does not matter because we can still see ourselves as if we were free. Merely seeing ourselves like that is good enough. It can support our self-conception as creatures who are free as well as rational. And it makes room for the feeling that we have of being free and in control of our lives.

Walter Pigeon saves America

release date: Jan 17, 2014
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Walter Pigeon saves America
Story about a Pigeon named Walter, living with his family and friends under a railroad bridge. Water and his side kick Eddie are two adventurous birds that discover a Homing pigeon coup, and join to capture the greatness of the pigeon past, when they were important messenger Birds. The USA comes under attack from the South, after an EMP Bomb (Electromagnetic Pulse Bomb) was detonated over the USA rendering all electricity voids, throwing the country back to the 19th century horse and buggy days. Walter and friends are drafted into the Army and become vital messenger birds that go thru dangerous times flying thru a hail of bullets from one front to another. Walter distinguishes himself, finds love and a strange confab of animal friends that help him to ultimate victory, amidst espionage, intrigue, and death of war. You will laugh, love, and bite your nails in excitement, while reading this gem of a story, sad that it has to end.

The Pillars of Priestcraft and Orthodoxy Shaken

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