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  1. Type : pdf | Size : 799.64 KB DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/AACE68359D8663B/eiryq.A.Short.History.of.Tractors.in.Uk.Marina.Lewycka.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/9bdbddba99eb81637873cf751e966e18/eiryq.A.Short.History.of.Tractors.in.Uk.Marina.Lewycka.rar http://turbobit.net/pownnjcxi7kj/eiryq.A.Short.History.of.Tractors.in.Uk.Marina.Lewycka.rar.html
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  3. Type : epub | Size : 460.96 KB Descirption: Elizabeth II is within a few years of becoming the longest-reigning British monarch. A personally quiet, modest and dutiful person, she is far better-informed about the lives of her subjects than they often realize. She has known every Prime Minister since Winston Churchill and every American President since Eisenhower.Yet what of the woman behind the crown? The book seeks to take a new look at this exhaustively-documented life and show how Queen Elizabeth became the person she is. Who, and what, have been the greatest influences upon her? What are her likes and dislikes? What are her hobbies? Who are her friends? What does she feel about the demands of duty and protocol? Is she really enjoying herself when she smiles during official events? How differently does she behave when out of the public eye? Examining the places in which she grew up or has lived, the training she received and her attitudes to significant events in national life, it presents a fresh view of one of... DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/068B9B6FCE90196/59j7q.A.Brief.History.of.the.Private.Life.of.Elizabeth.II.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/debccb96e8fc67eabedbe4621854fed6/59j7q.A.Brief.History.of.the.Private.Life.of.Elizabeth.II.rar http://turbobit.net/g7skfx3jgv4e/59j7q.A.Brief.History.of.the.Private.Life.of.Elizabeth.II.rar.html
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  5. TTC Video - History of the United States, 2nd Edition 84xWEBRip | English | AVI + PDF Guide | 464 x 336 | XviD ~599 kbps | 23.976 fps AC-3 | 192 kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 42:54:35 | 14.35 GB Genre: eLearning / History This is the story of a country in which immigrants of the late 19th and early 20th centuries huddled in cramped tenement apartments lit by hazardous kerosene lamps. And a country that, little more than a half-century later, renowned economist John Kenneth Galbraith described as "The Affluent Society." This is the story of a country in which immigrants of the late 19th and early 20th centuries huddled in cramped tenement apartments lit by hazardous kerosene lamps. And a country that, little more than a half-century later, renowned economist John Kenneth Galbraith described as "The Affluent Society.This is the chronicle of a nation that enslaved a race of people. And of a nation that fought a Civil War that freed its slaves, and outlawed segregation and discrimination. This is history shaped by Revolutionary War and Vietnam, Thomas Jefferson and William Jefferson Clinton, Puritanism and Feminism, Booker T. Washington and Martin Luther King, Jamestown and Disneyland, Harpers Ferry and Henry Ford, oil wells and Orson Welles. This is a review of the extraordinary blend of people, ideas, inventions, and events that comprise The History of the United States. In this seven-part, 84-lecture series, three noted historians and lecturers-two of whom teach other popular Teaching Company courses-present the nation's past through their areas of special interest. Three Outstanding Instructors in this Sweeping Series This comprehensive presentation is provided by three award-winning professors: Dr. Allen C. Guelzo is Henry R. Luce Professor of the Civil War Era, Professor of History at Gettysburg College, and former Dean of Templeton Honors College at Eastern University. He examines the beginnings of European settlement through the Great Compromise of 1850. His teaching awards include the Dean's Award for Distinguished Graduate Teaching from the University of Pennsylvania. His most recent book, Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President , won the Lincoln Prize and the Book Prize of the Abraham Lincoln Institute of the Mid-Atlantic. Dr. Gary W. Gallagher is the John L. Nau III Professor in the History of the American Civil War at the University of Virginia and a top Civil War expert. He presents the pre-Civil War period through Reconstruction. His teaching, which includes personal guided tours of major battlefields, has consistently won high praise from students, and he is a frequent lecturer and author. He also teaches the Great Course The American Civil War. Dr. Patrick N. Allitt, Professor of History at Emory University, discusses 19th-century industrialization through the early 21st century. In 2000 he was appointed to the National Endowment for the Humanities/Arthur Blank Professorship of Teaching in the Humanities, and recently received the Emory Center for Teaching and Curriculum's Excellence in Teaching Award. He also teaches The Great Courses Victorian Britain and American Religious History. With their guidance you will follow, as they unfold over time, the factors that have enabled the United States to become the largest, wealthiest, and most powerful democratic republic in history. These factors include its: Sense of confidence, national destiny, and exceptionalism Religiosity and belief in virtue Abundance of natural resources and entrepreneurial talent Ability to accept a diverse array of immigrants Success in turning the theory of democracy into reality. What You Will Learn: A Voyage of Discovery In the opening lecture, Professor Guelzo describes the course as "a voyage of discovery. Not a voyage to another continent or another hemisphere or even a trip to another planet, but to something which may be even stranger, and that is the history of the United States." You will explore a past America often very different from what you were taught about or have imagined. You will understand historical fact versus fiction when it comes to figures as diverse as: Jacques Cartier. As early as 1534, he was "surprised to sight Indians, along what he thought was an unexplored Atlantic coastline, waving furs on sticks as an invitation for the Europeans to come down to the beach and trade." James Monroe and Robert Livingston . They made the Louisiana Purchase, the greatest real estate deal in history, without approval from then-President Thomas Jefferson (they had no time to tell him). Jefferson, in turn, had no constitutional authority to make the treaty of cession that finalized the purchase. He sent the document to the Senate with the comment, "The less we say about Constitutional difficulties the better." Carrie Nation. The savvy temperance advocate hired a publicity manager to arrange media coverage before she invaded and smashed up a saloon. She even sold autographed copies of the axes she used. Isaac Singer. The sewing machine magnate pioneered now universal business techniques such as installment plan payments and nationwide advertising. You will learn: The most influential novel in U.S. history (hint: its female author once met Abraham Lincoln) Why the west side became the best place to live in many older U.S. cities (prevailing winds blew smoke and fumes away from you) What the book The Wizard of Oz was really about (the election of 1896). Reading History "Forward" An additional benefit of this course is that, as they present U.S. history, Professors Guelzo, Gallagher, and Allitt also provide a mini-course on teaching and learning history in general. They convey a variety of highly useful lessons on how to think about history, place it in a proper perspective, and understand it accurately. These include an emphasis on the social and political context in which vital decisions were made and events took place, and an ability to take both the short-term and long-term views of issues. In his lectures on the Civil War and Reconstruction, Professor Gallagher warns that the fact that we know how history turned out, that we "read history backward," often distorts our understanding. Repeatedly, he reminds you to "read forward, not backward" to try to understand how people of the times experienced events as they unfolded. Successes too Often Taken for Granted Professor Allitt reflects on the aspects of U.S. history that make it unique and noteworthy, and that indicate the degree the nation has lived up to its ideals. He notes that America may fall short of its own high standards, "but compared to the other nations of the world, America was far more impressive for its successes than for its failings." Some of these successes, Professor Allitt adds, are so obvious that we often fail to recognize them. The United States has achieved an exceptional degree of political stability and internal civil peace for a very long time. "We're so familiar with it that it's easy to forget how rare it is," Professor Allitt notes. This is one of the many vital and often overlooked aspects of U.S. history that this course will help you to appreciate. Throughout the nation's existence, even during the Civil War, democracy has always worked. Elections have always taken place, the losers have always accepted that they have lost and left office, and the military has never tried to overthrow the civilian government. Perhaps this is a legacy of the most popular and revered American ever, George Washington. At the end of the Revolutionary War, some of Washington's officers suggested that the Continental Army should take over the country and make him the first King of America. Washington flatly rejected the offer, resigned his commission, and rode off to his home in Mount Vernon. The notion that anyone could refuse power in this manner shocked Britain's King George III. "If this is true," the king said, "then he is the greatest man of the age." [u]Lectures:[/u] 01. Living Bravely 02. Spain, France, and the Netherlands 03. Gentlemen in the Wilderness 04. Radicals in the Wilderness 05. Traders in the Wilderness 06. An Economy of Slaves 07. Printers, Painters, and Preachers 08. The Great Awakening 09. The Great War for Empire 10. The Rejection of Empire 11. The American Revolution-Politics and People 12. The American Revolution-Howe's War 13. The American Revolution-Washington's War 14. Creating the Constitution 15. Hamilton's Republic 16. Republicans and Federalists 17. Adams and Liberty 18. The Jeffersonian Reaction 19. Territory and Treason 20. The Agrarian Republic 21. The Disastrous War of 1812 22. The "American System" 23. A Nation Announcing Itself 24. National Republican Follies 25. The Second Great Awakening 26. Dark Satanic Mills 27. The Military Chieftain 28. The Politics of Distrust 29. The Monster Bank 30. Whigs and Democrats 31. American Romanticism 32. The Age of Reform 33. Southern Society and the Defense of Slavery 34. Whose Manifest Destiny? 35. The Mexican War 36. The Great Compromise 37. Sectional Tensions Escalate 38. Drifting Toward Disaster 39. The Coming of War 40. The First Year of Fighting 41. Shifting Tides of Battle 42. Diplomatic Clashes and Sustaining the War 43. Behind the Lines-Politics and Economies 44. African Americans in Wartime 45. The Union Drive to Victory 46. Presidential Reconstruction 47. Congress Takes Command 48. Reconstruction Ends 49. Industrialization 50. Transcontinental Railroads 51. The Last Indian Wars 52. Farming the Great Plains 53. African Americans after Reconstruction 54. Men and Women 55. Religion in Victorian America 56. The Populists 57. The New Immigration 58. City Life 59. Labor and Capital 60. Theodore Roosevelt and Progressivism 61. Mass Production 62. World War I-The Road to Intervention 63. World War I-Versailles and Wilson's Gambit 64. The 1920s 65. The Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression 66. The New Deal 67. World War II-The Road to Pearl Harbor 68. World War II-The European Theater 69. World War II-The Pacific Theater 70. The Cold War 71. The Korean War and McCarthyism 72. The Affluent Society 73. The Civil Rights Movement 74. The New Frontier and the Great Society 75. The Rise of Mass Media 76. The Vietnam War 77. The Women's Movement 78. Nixon and Watergate 79. Environmentalism 80. Religion in Twentieth-Century America 81. Carter and the Reagan Revolution 82. The New World Order 83. Clinton's America and the Millennium 84. 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  6. 1066 - The Hidden History in the Bayeux Tapestry by Andrew Bridgeford English | 265 pages | PDF | 9.13 MB For more than nine hundred years the Bayeux Tapestry?one of the world's greatest historical documents and artistic achievements?has preserved the story of one of history's greatest dramas: the Norman Conquest of England, culminating in the death of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Historians have held for centuries that the majestic tapestry?almost 300 feet in length?trumpets the glory of William the Conqueror and the victorious Normans. But is this true? In 1066, Andrew Bridgeford reveals a very different story that reinterprets and recasts the most decisive year in English history. Reading the tapestry as if it were a written text, examining each scene with fresh eyes, Bridgeford discovers a wealth of new information subversively and ingeniously encoded in the threads, which appears to undermine the Norman point of view while presenting a secret tale undetected for centuries?an account of the final years of Anglo-Saxon England quite different from the Norman version of events. In the midst of it all is a mysterious French nobleman?Count Eustace II of Boulogne, descended from Charlemagne?whose own claim to the English throne rivaled Duke William's. While building his case, Bridgeford brings to life the turbulent eleventh century in western Europe, a world of ambitious warrior bishops, court dwarfs, ruthless knights, and powerful women. 1066 offers readers a rare surprise?a book that reconsiders a long-accepted masterpiece and chain of events?and sheds new light on a pivotal chapter in English history. "A gripping yarn . . . An exciting account of the tapestry's busy drama and engaging realism."?The Daily Telegraph "A highly readable and haunting book."?Daily Mail "Bridgeford marshals the battalions of his argument with analytical force, lucidity, and panache."?The Sunday Times (London) "The Bayeux Tapestry, in the French town of Bayeux, draws half a million visitors a year. For more than 900 years it has been kept?and sometimes concealed?in several places around the town. The story of the Norman invasion of England in 1066 is set out in this masterpiece, recounting the Battle of Hastings, culminating in a victory for William the Conqueror and the death of King Harold. Although barely half a metre wide, the tapestry is about 70 metres long, embroidered on a plain linen background in wools of red, yellow, gray, green, and blue. Here are men feasting on birds, drinking from ivory horns, hunting, going to church, and loading provisions onto a ship. Bridgeford posits 'the quest of [his] book is to unravel the millennial mysteries of the work, to investigate the true origin and meaning of it, to understand more about the characters who are named in it, and to gain a new insight into some of the darkest events of the Norman Conquest.' The result is a fascinating study."?Booklist "Definitely not the Norman version. The Battle of Hastings, in 1066, when the last Anglo-Saxon king, Harold, was defeated by William the Conqueror, is one of the world's most commented-upon battles, partly because its effects (the fusion of French and Anglo-Saxon into English, for example) ramify to this day?and partly because it was illustrated by the near-contemporary Bayeux Tapestry, a masterpiece of Medieval art. What is there new to add to the library of references? Bridgeford attempts to overturn at least two old verities about the battle. According to the author, 'close observation of the Bayeux Tapestry reveals that it is not a work of Norman propaganda that popular myth would have us believe, but a covert, subtle, and substantial record of the English version of events.' He makes a very strong case by comparing real Norman propaganda, which is codified in William of Poitier's The Deeds of Duke William (circa 1070), with the Bayeux's scenes. Scene by scene, the Bayeux tapestry deviates significantly in its sympathetic treatment of Harold from the simple-minded vilification to which he was subjected after his death at Hastings. Bridgeford goes to less used sources, such as Eadmar's The History of Recent Events in England (circa 1090), to understand the images. If he's right, then another supposed fact about the tapestry?that it was commissioned by William's half-brother Odo, the Bishop of Bayeux?seems unlikely. Bridgeford believes, instead, that the tapestry was commissioned by William's occasional ally Count Eustace of Boulogne as a peace offering to Odo, with whom Eustace was often in violent conflict. This is solid historical detective work, enlivened with extensive speculations about the tapestry's mysteries (Bridgeford, for instance, has a fascinating theory about why a dwarf named Turold holds a special place in the story). On sound empirical ground, Bridgeford's work will no doubt generate much heat and some light among students of English history."?Kirkus Reviews DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/1C68F2E9347D399/jgk68.1066.The.Hidden.History.in.the.Bayeux.Tapestry.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/e9c1dd0917758b3a3d8f8c519a9469db/jgk68.1066.The.Hidden.History.in.the.Bayeux.Tapestry.rar http://turbobit.net/nwybzabgfqlg/jgk68.1066.The.Hidden.History.in.the.Bayeux.Tapestry.rar.html
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  8. Medical Education - A History in 100 Images by Kieran Walsh English | 236 pages | PDF | 92.7 MB This fascinating guide to medical education introduces the reader to the historical development of this important subject through 100 powerful images from the prestigious Wellcome Library Collection that highlight key figures in the field and innovations that have taken place, not just in the recent past but over the centuries. The readable text that accompanies each image both describes that image and shows how the ideas arising from it have helped to shape modern medical education, with relevance to current clinical practice. This will be an invaluable and visual introduction for students, academics, managers and practitioners looking to gain a better understanding of the evolution of educational practice in medicine, and how it might progress in the future. http://nitroflare.com/view/534090D907BB445/MedEdu-AHisin100Ima.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/f7e90a8c25d576bb6814151dac0ef74d/MedEdu-AHisin100Ima.rar.html
  9. 1066 - The Hidden History in the Bayeux Tapestry by Andrew Bridgeford English | 265 pages | PDF | 9.13 MB For more than nine hundred years the Bayeux Tapestry?one of the world's greatest historical documents and artistic achievements?has preserved the story of one of history's greatest dramas: the Norman Conquest of England, culminating in the death of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Historians have held for centuries that the majestic tapestry?almost 300 feet in length?trumpets the glory of William the Conqueror and the victorious Normans. But is this true? In 1066, Andrew Bridgeford reveals a very different story that reinterprets and recasts the most decisive year in English history. Reading the tapestry as if it were a written text, examining each scene with fresh eyes, Bridgeford discovers a wealth of new information subversively and ingeniously encoded in the threads, which appears to undermine the Norman point of view while presenting a secret tale undetected for centuries?an account of the final years of Anglo-Saxon England quite different from the Norman version of events. In the midst of it all is a mysterious French nobleman?Count Eustace II of Boulogne, descended from Charlemagne?whose own claim to the English throne rivaled Duke William's. While building his case, Bridgeford brings to life the turbulent eleventh century in western Europe, a world of ambitious warrior bishops, court dwarfs, ruthless knights, and powerful women. 1066 offers readers a rare surprise?a book that reconsiders a long-accepted masterpiece and chain of events?and sheds new light on a pivotal chapter in English history. "A gripping yarn . . . An exciting account of the tapestry's busy drama and engaging realism."?The Daily Telegraph "A highly readable and haunting book."?Daily Mail "Bridgeford marshals the battalions of his argument with analytical force, lucidity, and panache."?The Sunday Times (London) "The Bayeux Tapestry, in the French town of Bayeux, draws half a million visitors a year. For more than 900 years it has been kept?and sometimes concealed?in several places around the town. The story of the Norman invasion of England in 1066 is set out in this masterpiece, recounting the Battle of Hastings, culminating in a victory for William the Conqueror and the death of King Harold. Although barely half a metre wide, the tapestry is about 70 metres long, embroidered on a plain linen background in wools of red, yellow, gray, green, and blue. Here are men feasting on birds, drinking from ivory horns, hunting, going to church, and loading provisions onto a ship. Bridgeford posits 'the quest of [his] book is to unravel the millennial mysteries of the work, to investigate the true origin and meaning of it, to understand more about the characters who are named in it, and to gain a new insight into some of the darkest events of the Norman Conquest.' The result is a fascinating study."?Booklist "Definitely not the Norman version. The Battle of Hastings, in 1066, when the last Anglo-Saxon king, Harold, was defeated by William the Conqueror, is one of the world's most commented-upon battles, partly because its effects (the fusion of French and Anglo-Saxon into English, for example) ramify to this day?and partly because it was illustrated by the near-contemporary Bayeux Tapestry, a masterpiece of Medieval art. What is there new to add to the library of references? Bridgeford attempts to overturn at least two old verities about the battle. According to the author, 'close observation of the Bayeux Tapestry reveals that it is not a work of Norman propaganda that popular myth would have us believe, but a covert, subtle, and substantial record of the English version of events.' He makes a very strong case by comparing real Norman propaganda, which is codified in William of Poitier's The Deeds of Duke William (circa 1070), with the Bayeux's scenes. Scene by scene, the Bayeux tapestry deviates significantly in its sympathetic treatment of Harold from the simple-minded vilification to which he was subjected after his death at Hastings. Bridgeford goes to less used sources, such as Eadmar's The History of Recent Events in England (circa 1090), to understand the images. If he's right, then another supposed fact about the tapestry?that it was commissioned by William's half-brother Odo, the Bishop of Bayeux?seems unlikely. Bridgeford believes, instead, that the tapestry was commissioned by William's occasional ally Count Eustace of Boulogne as a peace offering to Odo, with whom Eustace was often in violent conflict. This is solid historical detective work, enlivened with extensive speculations about the tapestry's mysteries (Bridgeford, for instance, has a fascinating theory about why a dwarf named Turold holds a special place in the story). On sound empirical ground, Bridgeford's work will no doubt generate much heat and some light among students of English history."?Kirkus Reviews http://nitroflare.com/view/9DE6179BDCA8556/1066_-_The_Hidden_History_in_the_Bayeux_Tapestry.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/5d55e02edd037a231c0f00a08f3f6546/1066_-_The_Hidden_History_in_the_Bayeux_Tapestry.rar.html
  10. Modern History in Pictures - A Visual Guide to the Events That Shaped Our World by DK Publishing English | 322 pages | PDF | 37.5 MB From the Wright brothers' first flight and the First Russian Revolution to the horrors of war, to the development of motor and air travel and the birth of the digital revolution, the changes seen in the twentieth century were global in scope and monumental in terms of impact. Modern History in Pictures: A Visual Guide to the Events that Shaped Our World explores these earth-shattering events as never before, offering unique insight into the century that has so keenly shaped our own modern world. Covering significant happenings from around the globe, decade by decade, in a unique storyboard style, contemporary photographs display the unfolding story, capturing the dramatic turning points that have led us to where we are today. http://nitroflare.com/view/4668217330E5A43/Modern_History_in_Pictures_-_A_Visual_Guide_to_the_Events_That_Shaped_Our_World.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/bdfe3b6da3f40b4771dc3bf2df2bfd97/Modern_History_in_Pictures_-_A_Visual_Guide_to_the_Events_That_Shaped_Our_World.rar.html
  11. I Do And I Don't - A History Of Marriage In The Movies by Jeanine Basinger English | 620 pages | EPUB | 15.6 MB From one of our leading film historians and interpreters: a brilliantly researched, irresistibly witty, delightfully illustrated examination of "the marriage movie"; what it is (or isn't) and what it has to tell us about the movies-and ourselves. As long as there have been feature movies there have been marriage movies, and yet Hollywood has always been cautious about how to label them-perhaps because, unlike any other genre of film, the marriage movie resonates directly with the experience of almost every adult coming to see it. Here is "happily ever after"-except when things aren't happy, and when "ever after" is abruptly terminated by divorce, tragedy . . . or even murder. With her large-hearted understanding of how movies-and audiences-work, Jeanine Basinger traces the many ways Hollywood has tussled with this tricky subject, explicating the relationships of countless marriages from Blondie and Dagwood to the heartrending couple in the Iranian A Separation, from Tracy and Hepburn to Laurel and Hardy (a marriage if ever there was one) to Coach and his wife in Friday Night Lights. A treasure trove of insight and sympathy, illustrated with scores of wonderfully telling movie stills, posters, and ads. http://nitroflare.com/view/5383E124403C269/I_Do_And_I_Don%E2%80%99t_-_A_History_Of_Marriage_In_The_Movies.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/54c7a47e30b2b4fad8d5500fe14237a2/I_Do_And_I_Don't_-_A_History_Of_Marriage_In_The_Movies.rar.html
  12. The Geologic History Of The Moon By U.s. Department Of The Interior by U.S. Department of the Interior (Author), Don E. Wilhelms (Author) English | 329 pages | PDF | 95.5 MB The Moon held little interest for most scientists after its basic astronomic properties had been determined and before direct exploration appeared likely. Speculations about its internal structure, composition, and origin were only broadly constrained by cosmochemical data from meteorites and solar spectra, and by astronomic data about its size, shape, motions, and surficial properties. Most investigators who were active before the space age began in 1957 believed that significant new advances in lunar knowledge required acquisition of additional data. One analytical technique, however, was insufficiently exploited before the 1960's. Few scientists since the geologist Gilbert had studied the lunar surface systematically from the historical point of view. Those who did immediately obtained important new insights about the Moon's postaccretion evolution. Then, the pioneering work of E.M. Shoemaker and R.J. Hackman focused the powerful methods of stratigraphy on lunar problems. Stratigraphy is the study of the spatial distribution, chronologic relations, and formative processes of layered rocks. Its application to the Moon came relatively late and met resistance, but the fundamental stratigraphic approach was, in fact, readily transferable to the partly familiar, partly exotic deposits visible on the lunar surface. Stratigraphic methods were applied systematically during the 1960's in a program of geologic mapping that aimed at reconstructing the evolution of the Moon's nearside. Order was discovered among the seemingly diverse and random landforms of the lunar surface by determining the sequence in which they were emplaced. The stratigraphic sequence and the emplacement processes deduced therefrom provided a framework for exploration by the Apollo program and for the task of analyzing the returned samples. During the 19703, the sophisticated labor of hundreds of analysts was brought to bear on the wealth of material returned by the American Apollo and the Soviet Luna spacecraft. Our present perception of the Moon has emerged from the interplay between sampling studies and stratigraphically based photogeology. These two approaches are complementary: Photogeology contributes a historical context by viewing the whole Moon from a distant vantage point, whereas the samples contain information on rock types and absolute ages unobtainable by remote methods. Neither approach by itself, even the most elaborate program of direct surface exploration, could have yielded the current advanced state of knowledge within the relatively short time of two decades. This volume presents a model for the geologic evolution of the Moon that has emerged mainly from this integration of photogeologic stratigraphy and sample analysis. Other aspects of the vast field of lunar science are discussed here only insofar as they pertain to the evolution of visible surface features. Chemical data obtained by remote sensing supplement the photogeologic interpretations of some geologic units, and geophysical data obtained both from lunar orbit and on the surface constrain hypotheses of the origin of many internally generated structures and deposits. Studies of the same data that treat the Moon as a whole, including speculations about the intriguing but unsolved problem of its origin, have been adequately covered in other reviews. This volume is written primarily for geoscientists and other planetologists who have examined some aspect of lunar or planetary science and who want a review of lunar science from the viewpoint of historical geology. It should also provide a useful summary for the advanced student who is conversant with common geologic terms. It may, furthermore, interest the geologist who has not studied the Moon but who wishes to see how his methodology has been applied to another planet. http://nitroflare.com/view/BEF18682B876973/The_Geologic_History_Of_The_Moon_By_U.s._Department_Of_The_Interior.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/dfcd5ffc1147ddbc84a10c0a6deef560/The_Geologic_History_Of_The_Moon_By_U.s._Department_Of_The_Interior.rar.html
  13. BBC - Spinning a Yarn: The Dubious History of Scottish Tartan (2013) English | Size: 928 MB Category: Documentary Information Queen Victoria was mad for it and Harry Lauder was clad in it. It's inextricably woven into the history of Scotland, from Bonnie Prince Charlie to the Tartan Army, and has been used to advertise many political and cultural affinities. Tartan is a fabric that tells tales, but not all of them are true. Moray Hunter narrates the story of tartan's murky past and colourful present, taking in the Englishmen who forged a guide to clan tartans, Walter Scott's tartan pageant of 1822 and the 21st-century Scottish Register of Tartans. Further Information BBC Related Documentaries Scotland's Finest: The Story of the Highland Games The Town that Thread Built (BBC 1080p) Tartan Pride A Scottish Soldier: A Lost Diary of WWI Rise of the Clans A History of Scotland (BBC) The Highland Gathering Walter Scott's Castle Scotch! the Story of Whisky The Highland Railway DOWNLOAD (Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability) http://nitroflare.com/view/D04B08C02F48A02/80bz7.BBC..Spinning.a.Yarn.The.Dubious.History.of.Scottish.Tartan.2013.part1.rar http://nitroflare.com/view/C126AE68BCAF00B/80bz7.BBC..Spinning.a.Yarn.The.Dubious.History.of.Scottish.Tartan.2013.part2.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/88ec30b9a58e2ecf9e0c98b8f1515f4f/80bz7.BBC..Spinning.a.Yarn.The.Dubious.History.of.Scottish.Tartan.2013.part1.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/a86d78a2d376ff2de0985c1bdc7206c6/80bz7.BBC..Spinning.a.Yarn.The.Dubious.History.of.Scottish.Tartan.2013.part2.rar http://uploaded.net/file/ia154hdc/80bz7.BBC..Spinning.a.Yarn.The.Dubious.History.of.Scottish.Tartan.2013.part1.rar http://uploaded.net/file/x6on167t/80bz7.BBC..Spinning.a.Yarn.The.Dubious.History.of.Scottish.Tartan.2013.part2.rar
  14. Military and History Magazines 2019-05 69 Editions collected from web pages | Multilanguage | PDF | 2.86 GB Files: http://nitroflare.com/view/552B3364F3FECC5/Military_and_History_Magazines_2019-05.part1.rar http://nitroflare.com/view/C2225EAC54EFAA7/Military_and_History_Magazines_2019-05.part2.rar http://nitroflare.com/view/D88B26F769423C1/Military_and_History_Magazines_2019-05.part3.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/27537084c426a38c20b06ab3a4af21b6/Military_and_History_Magazines_2019-05.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/d9024cf89a6c21f2788db64689f99654/Military_and_History_Magazines_2019-05.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/7bb639fa1fe0314a57348a9e51cb80ab/Military_and_History_Magazines_2019-05.part3.rar.html
  15. Inka History in Knots : Reading Khipus As Primary Sources by Gary Urton English | 2017 | ISBN: 1477311998 | 320 Pages | PDF | 38 MB Inka khipus-spun and plied cords that record information through intricate patterns of knots and colors-constitute the only available primary sources on the Inka empire not mediated by the hands, minds, and motives of the conquering Europeans. As such, they offer direct insight into the worldview of the Inka-a view that differs from European thought as much as khipus differ from alphabetic writing, which the Inka did not possess. Scholars have spent decades attempting to decipher the Inka khipus, and Gary Urton has become the world's leading authority on these artifacts. In Inka History in Knots, Urton marshals a lifetime of study to offer a grand overview of the types of quantative information recorded in khipus and to show how these records can be used as primary sources for an Inka history of the empire that focuses on statistics, demography, and the 'longue duree' social processes that characterize a civilization continuously adapting to and exploiting its environment. Whether the Inka khipu keepers were registering census data, recording tribute, or performing many other administrative tasks, Urton asserts that they were key players in the organization and control of subject populations throughout the empire and that khipu record-keeping vitally contributed to the emergence of political complexity in the Andes. This new view of the importance of khipus promises to fundamentally reorient our understanding of the development of the Inka state and the possibilities for writing its history. http://nitroflare.com/view/494C76718E05CDA/Inka_History_in_Knots.pdf https://rapidgator.net/file/ee2b26b08945b0b50362027d589e4ea3/Inka_History_in_Knots.pdf.html
  16. One Million Things - Ancient History - An Incredible Visual Guide By DK English | 130 pages | PDF | 50.5 MB One Million Things: Ancient History is a spectacular show and tell experience. Observe the night sky to learn about Mayan gods and beliefs, or barter for exotic spices and perfumes in the trade that built Arabian cities. See the first Chinese Emperor's terra cotta army returned to its multicolored splendor, or read a travel guide to the Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations to see which ancient Mediterranean destination is best for you. http://nitroflare.com/view/B9D44C709AA7AC7/One_Million_Things_-_Ancient_History_-_An_Incredible_Visual_Guide_By_DK.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/1ace0cce4f4da1503e0d5c474df5b2eb/One_Million_Things_-_Ancient_History_-_An_Incredible_Visual_Guide_By_DK.rar.html ...
  17. National Geographic Essential Visual History of World Mythology by National Geographic English | 481 pages | PDF | 92 MB Complementing our enormously successful offerings on the bible and history, National Geographic Essential Visual History of World Mythology encompasses myths and creation stories from around the globe. It presents a palm-size overview of culture-defining myths, from ancient Egyptian deities to the Vedic gods of India...from Maya, Inca, and Aztec legends to the Dream time of the Aborigines. This is a must-have resource for anyone who wants to know more about the stories that have shaped societies for millennia. The innovative format-with timelines, sidebars, and self-contained interactive spreads-gives readers a variety of entry points depending on their interest level. The editors of the Essential series have enhanced this book's resource value by including such elements as numbered picture references that match each image with its historical era as discussed in the text, and cross references to related topics at the bottom of the page. Conveniently sized yet large in scope, it reflects National Geographic's authority and credibility in the category of world culture and peoples. Those fascinated by Edith Hamilton's Mythology, a classic backlist title on the Greek myths, will find this illustrated world survey richly satisfying. Accessible, absorbing, and affordable, it will delight casual browsers and mythology buffs alike-and the very attractive retail price of $15.95, for a 500+-page lavishly illustrated hardcover, makes National Geographic Essential Visual History of World Mythology an irresistible treasure to own and to give. http://nitroflare.com/view/0CE6E40437B00C5/National_Geographic_Essential_Visual_History_of_World_Mythology.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/6f61e075e046a58e1cd5489be6a82736/National_Geographic_Essential_Visual_History_of_World_Mythology.rar.html ...
  18. Science Year by Year - A Visual History, From Stone Tools to Space Travel by Clive Gifford, Philip Parker, and Susan Kennedy English | 290 pages | PDF | 66 MB Packed with fascinating discoveries and facts, this visual reference takes kids on a fantastic journey through time, from stone tools and simple machines to space travel and robots. Easy-to-follow illustrated timelines of pivotal scientific developments explore the ideas, experiments, and technologies that have shaped our daily lives over the past 3 million years. With more than 1,200 images, in-depth explanations of key inventors and innovations, quotes from groundbreaking scientists like Marie Curie, and stunning "moment in time" images of key events such as the first human landing on the moon, kids are sure to be amazed on every page. Young readers can learn about the early understanding of gravity, the discovery of dinosaur fossils, the first open heart surgery in human history, and much more. Created in association with the Smithsonian Institution, Science Year by Year will fascinate kids as they go on an amazing journey through time, tracing key moments in the history of science and technology along the way. http://nitroflare.com/view/3C956190AF9E53B/Science_Year_by_Year_-_A_Visual_History%2C_From_Stone_Tools_to_Space_Travel.rar https://rapidgator.net/file/cb9933671b7593efff402fd7fff00adf/Science_Year_by_Year_-_A_Visual_History,_From_Stone_Tools_to_Space_Travel.rar.html ...
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