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I Survived The Hindenburg Disaster 1937 I Survived 13

Author : Lauren Tarshis
ISBN : 9780545658515
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Lauren Tarshis provides a birds-eye view of one of America's most ghastly accidents ever be captured on film, the Hindenburg Disaster of 1937.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Other Side Of Suffering

Author : Katie E. Cherry
ISBN : 9780190849733
Genre : Psychology
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In this work, the author addresses a perennial question: how does someone recover from a catastrophic disaster or other personal tragedy? The answer, she suggests, may come from coastal residents who survived the 2005 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. These survivors endured a long and painful journey after losing homes and communities in these deadly storms, and their experiences provide an authentic and relatable example for other people who must overcome a life changing tragedy. The Other Side of Suffering is based on behavioral research conducted by the author in the years after the hurricanes. In her research, Katie Cherry logged thousands of miles crisscrossing the Louisiana coastline and spoke with over 190 current and former coastal residents with catastrophic losses after Katrina. The author begins with an overview of the human impact of these disasters, and then focuses on the community impact on two coastal parishes in southern Louisiana. The incorporation of the personal journal entries of a Katrina survivor provides an intimate glimpse into the long days and months that over a million displaced Gulf Coast residences experienced. From this research, the author identifies six evidence-based principles of healing: faith and humor, respect and gratitude, and acceptance and silver linings. Colorful illustrations and direct quotes from the respondents bring these principles to life. Along with a path to healing, the book also discusses grief and the new normal after a disaster, as well as obstacles that may thwart the healing process. Ultimately, the work emphasizes the importance of recovering daily routines and observances as life goes on after disaster.
Category: Psychology


Author : Ed Regis
ISBN : 9780465061600
Genre : Science
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"Oh, the humanity!" Radio reporter Herbert Morrison's words on witnessing the destruction of the Hindenburg are etched in our collective memory. Yet, while the Hindenburg-like the Titanic-is a symbol of the technological hubris of a bygone era, we seem to have forgotten the lessons that can be learned from the infamous 1937 zeppelin disaster. Zeppelins were steerable balloons of highly flammable, explosive gas, but the sheer magic of seeing one of these behemoths afloat in the sky cast an irresistible spell over all those who saw them. In Monsters, Ed Regis explores the question of how a technology now so completely invalidated (and so fundamentally unsafe) ever managed to reach the high-risk level of development that it did. Through the story of the zeppelin's development, Regis examines the perils of what he calls "pathological technologies"-inventions whose sizeable risks are routinely minimized as a result of their almost mystical allure. Such foolishness is not limited to the industrial age: newer examples of pathological technologies include the US government's planned use of hydrogen bombs for large-scale geoengineering projects; the phenomenally risky, expensive, and ultimately abandoned Superconducting Super Collider; and the exotic interstellar propulsion systems proposed for DARPA's present-day 100 Year Starship project. In case after case, the romantic appeal of foolishly ambitious technologies has blinded us to their shortcomings, dangers, and costs. Both a history of technological folly and a powerful cautionary tale for future technologies and other grandiose schemes, Monsters is essential reading for experts and citizens hoping to see new technologies through clear eyes.
Category: Science


Author : Kevin S. Sandler
ISBN : 0813526698
Genre : Performing Arts
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In 1997, James Cameron's "Titanic", became the first motion picture to earn a billion dollars worldwide. These essays ask the question: What made "Titanic" such a popular movie? Why has this film become a cultural and film phenomenon? What makes it so fascinating to the film-going public?
Category: Performing Arts

The Hindenburg Disaster

Author : R. Conrad Stein
ISBN : 0516066633
Genre : Social Science
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Describes the development and early flights of airships and the disastrous crash of the Hindenburg at an airfield in New Jersey in 1937.
Category: Social Science

Anti Submarine Warfare

Author : David Owen
ISBN : 9781844157037
Genre : History
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The submarine was undoubtedly the most potent purely naval weapon of the twentieth century. In two world wars, enemy underwater campaigns were very nearly successful in thwarting Allied hopes of victory - indeed, annihilation of Japanese shipping by US Navy submarines is an indicator of what might have been. That the submarine was usually defeated is a hugely important story in naval history, yet this is the first book to treat the subject as a whole in a readable and accessible manner. It concerns individual heroism and devotion to duty, but also ingenuity, technical advances and originality of tactical thought. What developed was an endless battle between forces above and below the surface, where a successful innovation by one side eventually produces a counter-measure by the other in a lethal struggle for supremacy. Development was not a straight line: wrong ideas and assumptions led to defeat and disaster.
Category: History

Great Britain And The East

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ISBN : SRLF:D0001242742
Genre : Eastern question (Balkan)
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Category: Eastern question (Balkan)

The Science Teacher

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ISBN : UOM:39015059617285
Genre : Science
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SCC Library has 1964-cur.
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The American Philatelist

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ISBN : PSU:000070849080
Genre : Stamp collecting
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Beginning with 1894 consists mainly of the Proceedings [etc.] of the American philatelic association.
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Author : Penny Clarke
ISBN : 190508787X
Genre : Aeronautics
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Illustrated history of flight from the pioneer aviators to the complex computer-controlled machines of today. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.
Category: Aeronautics

Deadline Disaster

Author : Michael Wynn Jones
ISBN : UOM:39015022197811
Genre : Disasters
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Category: Disasters

Sight And Sound

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ISBN : UCSC:32106018329976
Genre : Motion pictures
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Category: Motion pictures

The Second World War In The Air

Author : Merfyn Bourne
ISBN : 9781780884417
Genre : History
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This book is a complete narrative history of the Second World War in the air which starts by describing the early days of flight in order to put military air power in context when World War Two began. It then moves on to a step-by-step coverage of the air combat in each theatre of war. Offering a comprehensive history – that includes the lesser known campaigns such as the fighting in Burma, Italy and East Africa as well as the air offensive in Western Europe and the struggle in the Pacific – it also re-examines the RAF bombing of German cities and the moral issues raised. This is the first history of the air war to give full and proportionate coverage to the war in Russia, which until now has been largely ignored. The Second World War in the Air is a comprehensive review of the air war. It’s meticulously researched, readable and remains in touch with what the fighting meant for individuals in the various combatant nations.
Category: History

Merriam Webster S Collegiate Encyclopedia

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ISBN : 0965165868
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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More than 25,000 entries deliver information across every realm of learning----2.5 million words provide in-depth explanations----Over 1,300 photographs and illustrations clarify meanings----More than 350 maps and diagrams assist learning.
Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Editor Publisher

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ISBN : MINN:319510012296894
Genre : Journalism
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Special features, such as syndicate directories, yearbook numbers, annual newspaper linage tabulations, etc., appear as separately paged sections of regular issues.
Category: Journalism

Page One

Author : New York Times
ISBN : 0883658844
Genre : History
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Major Events 1920-1994 as presented in the New York TImes.
Category: History

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015016315262
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature