CIVIL WAR LEGACIES II

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Civil War Legacies Ii

Author : Carol Hopkins
ISBN : 9781604683837
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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In this follow-up to her best-selling Civil War Legacies, Carol Hopkins presents another outstanding collection of charming projects. Each engaging quilt is ideal for scraps and 1860s reproduction fabrics. Choose from 17 traditional patterns with something for every skill level Be inspired by Carol's "To Add Interest" tips regarding fabric selection Create quilts with timeless appeal; these small patterns make beautiful wall hangings, doll quilts, and gifts
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Civil War Legacies Iii

Author : Carol Hopkins
ISBN : 9781604687491
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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If you can't get enough of reproduction fabrics, you'll want this book! Immerse yourself in a bygone era and create your own piece of Americana. Featuring simple pieced blocks, these gorgeous quilts showcase Carol Hopkins' talent for selecting reproduction fabrics to create quilts reminiscent of antique treasures. Choose from 16 quilt patterns ideally suited for your smallest scraps Close-up photos bring the details into crystal-clear focus Enjoy patterns that are perfect for wall hangings, table toppers, doll beds, and special gifts
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Civil War Legacies

Author : Carol Hopkins
ISBN : 9781604685466
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Step back in time with 15 favorite patchwork-quilt patterns from the Civil War Legacies collection by Carol Hopkins. Each pattern design features classic blocks evocative of the era, beautifully showcasing today's reproduction quilt fabrics. Wonderfully scrappy, small quilt patterns in sizes perfect for wall hangings and doll quilts Simple, step-by-step instructions with clear diagrams and pressing directions Value-packed collection with something for every skill level
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Civil War Legacies Iv

Author : Carol Hopkins
ISBN : 9781604689273
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Love fabrics inspired by the Civil War era? Save every scrap? Carol Hopkins applauds you--she saves every scrap too! In this fourth book from her "Civil War Legacies" series, you'll find a collection of small, spectacular quilts where every scrap you save can shine. Make a quilt honoring the Blue and Gray Trail; choose a stunning tribute to the woman who established the American Red Cross; stitch a sampler chock-full of charming Basket blocks. Along with 14 of Carol's exquisite designs to make step by step, you'll enjoy reading little-known facts about the Civil War and Carol's stories about how each stunning little quilt came to be.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Legacies Of World War Ii In South And East Asia

Author : David Koh Wee Hock
ISBN : 9789812304681
Genre : History
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Illustrates how the political and social fallout from the World War II is still alive and divisive in South and East Asia.
Category: History

Legacies Of The Comfort Women Of World War Ii

Author : Margaret Diane Stetz
ISBN : 0765605430
Genre : History
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The stories of the former comfort women -- long suppressed, but now emerging -- have galvanized both Asians and non-Asians working in a variety of fields. This volume contains a cross-section of responses to the issues raised by the former comfort women and their new visibility on the international stage. It focuses on how theorists, historians, researchers, activists, and artists have been preserving and interpreting the stories of the comfort women and also drawing lessons from them.
Category: History

Civil War Journal The Leaders

Author : William C. Davis
ISBN : UOM:39015041322572
Genre : History
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Developed from the television program Civil War Journal, these accounts of the Civil War focus on personal letters, diaries, and newspaper reports to bring seldom-told stories to life
Category: History

Civil War Journal The Legacies

Author : William C. Davis
ISBN : 9781418559045
Genre : History
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"In many arenas, the Civil War changed things both in military and civilian life," William C. Davis observes. "The roles in society of women and minorities were altered drastically. Advancements in medicine and technology exerted a profound impact on the future. Industry burgeoned. The reporting of news entered the modern era with the photograph. Culture changed as the complexion of Americans evolved and as war's wounds imposed lasting divisions upon our society. It ensured at once that future wars would be more terrible, and yet we would be equipped to cope with that terror to come. These are the legacies of the war covered in this volume." Civil War Journal: The Legacies is the third volume of a three-volume treatment of the Civil War developed from the popular History Channel series Civil War Journal. Drawing on personal letters, diaries, and newspaper reports, these volumes focus on seldom-told stories of people, places, and events that bring to life the heroic intensity of the Civil War. They portray the human side of the conflict that is frequently overlooked in recounting troop movements and engagements.
Category: History

Lessons And Legacies Viii

Author : Doris L. Bergen
ISBN : 9780810125339
Genre : History
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Primo Levi opened his memoir Survival in Auschwitz with a call to remember, reflect upon, and teach about the Holocaust—or to face the rejection of subsequent generations. The transmittal of this urgent knowledge between generations was the theme of the eighth Lessons and Legacies Conference on the Holocaust, and it is the focus of this volume. The circular formulation—from generation to generation—points backward and forward: where do we locate the roots of the Holocaust, and how do its repercussions manifest themselves? The contributors address these questions from various perspectives—history, cultural studies, psychiatry, literature, and sociology. They also bring to bear the personal aspect of associated issues such as continuity and rupture. What has the generation of the Shoah passed on to its descendants? What have subsequent generations taken from these legacies? Contributions by scholars, some of whom are survivors and children of survivors, remind us that the Holocaust does—and must—remain present from generation to generation.
Category: History

The Long Shadow The Legacies Of The Great War In The Twentieth Century

Author : David Reynolds
ISBN : 9780393244298
Genre : History
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Winner of the 2014 PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize for the Best Work of History. "If you only read one book about the First World War in this anniversary year, read The Long Shadow. David Reynolds writes superbly and his analysis is compelling and original." —Anne Chisolm, Chair of the PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize Committee, and Chair of the Royal Society of Literature. One of the most violent conflicts in the history of civilization, World War I has been strangely forgotten in American culture. It has become a ghostly war fought in a haze of memory, often seen merely as a distant preamble to World War II. In The Long Shadow critically acclaimed historian David Reynolds seeks to broaden our vision by assessing the impact of the Great War across the twentieth century. He shows how events in that turbulent century—particularly World War II, the Cold War, and the collapse of Communism—shaped and reshaped attitudes to 1914–18. By exploring big themes such as democracy and empire, nationalism and capitalism, as well as art and poetry, The Long Shadow is stunningly broad in its historical perspective. Reynolds throws light on the vast expanse of the last century and explains why 1914–18 is a conflict that America is still struggling to comprehend. Forging connections between people, places, and ideas, The Long Shadow ventures across the traditional subcultures of historical scholarship to offer a rich and layered examination not only of politics, diplomacy, and security but also of economics, art, and literature. The result is a magisterial reinterpretation of the place of the Great War in modern history.
Category: History