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The American Line 1871 1902

Author : William H. Flayhart
ISBN : 0393047105
Genre : Transportation
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An exciting history of the fascinating and little-known early days of the American Steamship Company chronicles the development of the first post-Civil War American transatlantic line, showing that America could compete with Europe in providing ocean travel.
Category: Transportation

America S Line Of Battle

Author : T. D. Shiflett
ISBN : 9780977607211
Genre : History
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This book tells the story of the United States Navy's 15 Ships-of-the-Line--ships which were the battleships of their day that performed their duties in a workmanlike manner by showing American naval might around the world, visiting foreign ports to facilitate American trade, and deterring aggression towards United States interests.
Category: History

The Hamburg America Line Steam Ship Moltke

Author : Thomas Cook
ISBN : 9783861954729
Genre :
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In the year 1903, Thomas Cook & Son organized a journey on the ultra-modern twin-screw steamer "Moltke," which was chartered from the Hamburg-America-Line. This book features the trip as well as the "Moltke." With the noumerous and rare pictures of the ship and its interior it is a living document of this wonderful and at that time brand-new steamer, which was destroyed in Italy shortly after WW I.
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7 Leadership Lessons Of The American Revolution

Author : John Antal
ISBN : 9781612002033
Genre : Business & Economics
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“A leadership book written by a real leader! . . . eminently useful for those ‘in command’ of organizations of any kind. A stimulating five-star work” (Ralph Peters, New York Times–bestselling author). This book tells the dramatic story of seven defining leadership moments from the American Revolution, as well as providing case studies that can improve your leadership at home, business, in your community, in the military, or in government. Leadership is not about position, it is about influence. You can be a leader no matter what your rank or position. It is not about power, it is about selflessness. You cannot be a good leader unless you can also be a good follower. Good leaders don’t shine, they reflect. Lessons like these are the core of this book. The stories in this book are about leaders who were challenged at all corners, adapted, improvised and overcame. The tales of leaders like Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, Henry Knox, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington, to name a few, are stories you will want to know and tell. These leaders knew how to push teams to succeed under the toughest conditions. These stories will come alive on the pages of this book to fuel your leadership fire and make you a better leader in any endeavor. Learn how they secured our liberty so you can transform today into a better tomorrow. “John Antal has captured seven timeless stories that will raise your leadership awareness and make you a better leader in peace or war, at home, at work or in your community.” —Steven Pressfield, bestselling author of 36 Righteous Men
Category: Business & Economics

Ships And Seamen Of The American Revolution

Author : Jack Coggins
ISBN : 0486420728
Genre : History
File Size : 29.38 MB
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This carefully researched account of a lesser-known but vital aspect of the American war for independence chronicles exciting ship-to-ship battles, Benedict Arnold's efforts to build a fleet in Lake Champlain, the harassment of British ships by privateers, David Bushnell's "sub-marine" vessel and floating mines, uniforms, and much more. More than 150 black-and-white illustrations.
Category: History

American Quarterly Review

Author : Robert Walsh
ISBN : NYPL:33433081754511
Genre : Serial publications
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Rolling Thunder Against The Rising Sun

Author : Gene Eric Salecker
ISBN : 9780811743624
Genre : History
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First work dedicated solely to the use of Army tanks in the Pacific Theater. Covers armor battles in the Philippines, Makin, the Solomons, Rabaul, New Guinea, Saipan, Guam, and Okinawa.
Category: History

The Port Folio

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ISBN : HARVARD:HXQ2KA
Genre : Philadelphia (Pa.)
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Category: Philadelphia (Pa.)

The American Cyclopaedia

Author : George Ripley
ISBN : UOM:39015068381386
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
File Size : 39.15 MB
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Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

Eagle Against The Sun

Author : Ronald H. Spector
ISBN : 9781476727424
Genre : History
File Size : 75.33 MB
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Historian Ronald H. Spector, drawing on declassified intelligence files, an abundance of British and American archival material, Japanese scholarship and documents, and the research and memoirs of scholars, politicians, and the military men, presents a thrilling narrative of American war in the Pacific. Spector reassesses U.S. and Japanese strategy and offers some provocative interpretations. He shows that the dual advance across the Pacific by MacArthur and Nimitz was less a product of strategic calculation and more a pragmatic solution to bureaucratic, doctrinal, and public relations problems facing the Army and Navy. He also argues that Japan made its fatal error not in the Midway campaign but in abandoning its offensive strategy after that defeat and allowing itself to be drawn into a war of attrition. Combining impeccable research with electrifying detail, Spector vividly recreates the major battles, little-known campaigns, and unfamiliar events of this brutal 44-month struggle. He reveals that the U.S. had secret plans to wage unrestricted submarine warfare against Japan months before Pearl Harbor and demonstrates that MacArthur and his commanders ignored important intercepts of Japanese messages that would have saved thousands of lives in Papua and Leyte. He skillfully takes the reader from top-secret strategy meetings in Washington, London, and Tokyo to distant beaches and remote Asian jungles with battle-weary GIs. Throughout, Spector contends that American decisions in the Pacific War were shaped more often by the struggles between the British and the Americans, and between the Army and the Navy, than by strategic considerations. Revealing what really happened in the course of a conflict that ended with the most deadly air raid ever, this contribution to WWII history adds a new dimension to our understanding of the people and forces that determined its outcome.
Category: History

Washington Crossing The Delaware Enhanced Ebook

Author : Mary Tucker
ISBN : 9781429112307
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This exciting new series is designed not only to bring history to life for your students, these activities actually bring history into your classroom! Washington Crossing the Delaware - it's one of the most famous paintings of the Revolutionary War. But is it accurate? Do your students understand what was happening in the picture? Do they have any inkling of the pain and effort and courage involved in that event? Through a variety of creative activities in this book, students will discover the truths behind the picture - not only what happened that night, but what led up to it and what happened as a result of it. Poetry, discussion, role play, games and other activities will bring the Revolutionary War into your classroom! Students will learn that war causes pain and hardship for everyone, even those at home. They'll put themselves in the place of the soldier - hungry, cold, lonely, underpaid and afraid.
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