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The War Planners

Author : Andrew Watts
ISBN : 1512318663
Genre : China
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This book contains The War Planners: Episodes 1 through 4 A Chinese invasion is coming. A CIA operative in Shanghai transmits two earth-shattering revelations to his contacts in Langley, and then goes missing. First, the U.S. government has been infiltrated with Chinese spies. Second, an inner circle of Chinese leaders have set in motion plans to do the unthinkable - to invade the United States of America. Lena Chou is one of the few U.S. officials who knows the truth. She must put together a top-secret task force to help America's government prepare for what will come. Now, in order to covertly plan the U.S. defense, Lena has gathered a Red Cell, a group of experts that will plan how China could best attack it. David Manning is one of those experts. After he is abruptly taken to the covert island base where the Red Cell is being held, Lena presents the group with evidence of China's imminent attack. But while the Red Cell plans for war, David suspects that something about this gathering of minds is terribly wrong...
Category: China

The Great Iron War Books 4 6

Author : Dean F. Wilson
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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The second half of The Great Iron War steampunk dystopian fantasy series, collected together in a digital box set for the first time. Join Jacob, Whistler, General Rommond, and Taberah as they take to the rails, to the sky, and to the homeworld of the Regime in their desperate attempt to save humanity. 4. LANDQUAKER The Resistance has barely nursed its wounds from the recapture of Blackout, and it is now looking to another, tougher target: the massive steam-powered railway gun known as the Landquaker. They call the vast railroad the Iron Wall, and that mounted barrel is its only sentry. It does not need another. Blackout was a sitting duck, but the Landquaker is a moving target, and not only one that shoots back, but one that shoots first. The Resistance turns to old allies and new friends, from the land-loving tribes to the land-roving biker gangs. It will need every soldier it can muster. The Landquaker was designed with a singular purpose: a monstrous gun to hold back a multitude of monsters. Except this time the multitude mans that weapon, and in its hands the land is not the only thing that will quake. 5. WORLDWAKER Every victory is its own defeat. General Rommond's efforts to amass technological superiority over the enemy has resulted in the creation of a weapon that could destroy everything, and a faction just mad enough to use it. The Armageddon Brigade has awoken from its deep slumber, and it seeks to wake the world with it. Attracting the brightest, and most unstable, of minds, this splinter group of the Resistance has become the greatest thorn in Rommond's side. The Resistance and the Regime must unite to defeat a foe that answers to neither of them. Yet their deep divisions and long-held suspicions threaten to end the Great Iron War once and for all—by ending everything. 6. HOMETAKER The Resistance races against time to complete the missile-launcher known as the Hometaker, capable of opening a gateway to the land the Regime came from, and exposing the Iron Emperor for all the evils he has done. Everything rests on the secrecy of the mission, but from day one tongues are wagging. The atmosphere is like dynamite. An overheard word could light the fuse. With no time left on the clock, General Rommond is forced to make an audacious plan: finish the construction of the Hometaker on the move, driving straight towards the enemy, who have assembled in unimaginable force. The Great Iron War is coming to an end. It's all or nothing—their world or ours.
Category: Fiction

Planningweek

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105017460663
Genre : City planning
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Category: City planning

Human Smoke

Author : Nicholson Baker
ISBN : 9781416572466
Genre : History
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A study of the decades leading up to World War II profiles the world leaders, politicians, business people, and others whose personal politics and ideologies provided an inevitable barrier to the peace process and whose actions led to the outbreak of war.
Category: History

An Army At Dawn

Author : Rick Atkinson
ISBN : 9781405527279
Genre : History
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The liberation of Europe and the destruction of the Third Reich is a story of courage and enduring triumph, of calamity and miscalculation. In this first volume of the Liberation Trilogy, Rick Atkinson shows why no modern reader can understand the ultimate victory of the Allied powers without a grasp of the great drama that unfolded in North Africa in 1942 and 1943. Beginning with the daring amphibious invasion in November 1942, An Army at Dawn follows the British and American armies as they fight the French in Morocco and Algeria, and then take on the Germans and Italians in Tunisia. Battle by battle, an inexperienced and sometimes poorly led army gradually becomes a superb fighting force. Central to the tale are the extraordinary but fallible commanders who come to dominate the battlefield: Eisenhower, Patton, Bradley, Montgomery and Rommel.
Category: History

Electrifying Europe

Author : Vincent Lagendijk
ISBN : 9789052603094
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Combining a wide array of rarely used sources, this book unravels how engineers, industrialists, and policymakers gained support for building an interconnected European system, achieved by 1995. The empirical chapters show how ideas of European cooperation in general became intertwined with network planning during the Interwar period, although the Depression and WWII prevented an European network from being constructed. The subsequent chapters describe the influence of the Marshall Plan on European network-building, focusing on both its economic and military aspects. The last chapter portrays how the Iron Curtain was contested. This book is a valuable addition to existing national histories of electrification. It is an original contribution to the history of technology, while also making the role of technology visible in more mainstream European history.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Journal Of The Society Of Chemical Industry

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ISBN : UOM:39015084428088
Genre : Chemistry, Technical
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Includes list of members, 1882-1902, proceedings of the annual meetings and various supplements.
Category: Chemistry, Technical

Drain

Author : Davis Schneiderman
ISBN : 9780810152151
Genre : Fiction
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It s the year 2039, and Lake Michigan is mysteriously emptied of water. The planet s atmosphere and magnetic field are failing, and fires burn ominously throughout the empty lake bed. The wordscapes of William S. Burroughs and Thomas Pynchon, the dystopic nightmares of Philip K. Dick, and the transgressive punch of Chuck Palahniuk and Georges Bataille together convene in this stunning and thrilling work."
Category: Fiction