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E. Löser: The Image of the Germans in Polish Literature, Print Book (paperback)

The author of these texts was an ethnic German, born, raised and educated in the territories surrendered to Poland under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. Absolutely bilingual in both Polish and German, the author dedicated her life to a comparative study of Polish and German history and literature ...

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J. Gerard: The Gunpowder Plot, Print Book (paperback)

This book deals with the draconian persecution of Catholics in Britain in the early 1600s, which was triggered by, what the author contends, a “false flag” operation of the Crown to squash any Catholic (= papal) influence in England. Re-publication of a long-forgotten, revisionist book…

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J. Mosby: The Memoirs of Col. John S. Mosby, Print Book (paperback)

Memoirs of the legendary Confederate cavalry leader who bedeviled the Union army for four years, almost within sight of the U.S. capitol. A brutally honest account in his own words of the most devastating war in American history.

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C. Brown: Nathan Hale—Martyr—Spy, Print Book (paperback)

Nathan Hale was a Spy for the American Colonies in the War of Independence from the British Crown, a Martyr who would inspire future generations. Here is a re-publication of this long-lost book…

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A. Rosenberg: Political Essays, Print Book (paperback)

National Socialism has been dismissed as a movement without philosophical foundation. Yet Alfred Rosenberg's work proves the opposite: Here are 22 essays addressing various aspects of social, cultural, economic and political life. Selected and translated with an introduction by Alexander Jacobs.

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