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Viking Raid

Author : Matthew McCleery
ISBN : 0997887125
Genre : Fiction
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Combining a ship finance textbook with a jet setting geopolitical romp, Viking Raid picks up where The Shipping Man left off - on a journey into the famously private world of international shipping tycoons and their financiers.At the conclusion of The Shipping Man, Robert Fairchild is sipping rosé on the Côte d'Azur with Coco Jacobsen and toasting to the success of their $300 million junk bond offering; six months later the CEO is in the 120-degree engine room of a supertanker discharging two million barrels of Saudi crude oil - afraid for his job and afraid for his life.Fortunes change quickly in the volatile world of international oil shipping and Fairchild knows that unless he can find another $500 million soon his powerful Norwegian tanker tycoon boss will have little use for him.When Robert convinces Coco to attempt an Initial Public Offering of Viking Tankers on Wall Street, the desperate American thinks his problems may have been solved - but the former hedge fund manager couldn't be more wrong.Instead, Fairchild finds himself stuck between an American shale gas wildcatter and The Peoples' Republic of China in their competition for clean energy. Combining swashbuckling shipping adventure with corporate finance derring-do, Viking Raid puts Fairchild back at the table in the highest stakes casino in the world - with more than just his deal at risk.
Category: Fiction


Author : Kathryn Hinds
ISBN : 0761445218
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The history of the ancient world is dominated by the great civilizations of Greece, Rome, China, India, and others. Yet not far beyond the borders of these famed states lived other peoples: the barbarians. They were first given this name by the ancient Greeks, and it imitated the sounds of languages that the Greeks found incomprehensible. Soon, though, barbarians came to be thought of not just as peoples unfamiliar with the languages and customs of Greece and Rome, but as wild, uncivilized, uncultured peoples – and this stereotype has largely endured to the present day. the barbarians, however, had rich cultures of their own, as even some ancient writers realized. Barbarians! offers young people the opportunity to look beyond the borders of the familiar cultures of Greece and Rome and meet the peoples who played a compelling but often overlooked role in the history of Europe, Asia, and even Africa.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

History In Action 4

Author : Karen Cooksey
ISBN : 9781843036791
Genre : History
File Size : 79.10 MB
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Instant lesson plans, with teacher notes on differentiation, and engaging copiable activities for pupils. Book 4 concentrates on popular topics for ages 7 to 9, matching the QCA Scheme of Work for History and meeting NC requirements. More topics for 7 to 9 year olds are covered in Book 3.
Category: History

The Oxford Illustrated History Of The Vikings

Author : Peter Sawyer
ISBN : 0192854348
Genre : History
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Covers the different geographical areas of the Viking world, and traces the Viking story from the first raids on isolated coastal communities toward the end of the eighth century to the establishing of permanent settlements
Category: History

The Cambridge Illustrated Atlas Of Warfare

Author : Nicholas Hooper
ISBN : 0521440491
Genre : History
File Size : 90.12 MB
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An authoritative, illustrated history of medieval warfare combines maps, battle plans, and pictorial essays to explore such topics as fortifications, weaponry, the use of cavalry, siege warfare, strategy and theory, and individual battles and campaigns. UP.
Category: History

How People Lived In Viking Times

Author : Colin Hynson
ISBN : 1435826248
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes everyday life among the Vikings, covering family life, government, marriage, education, occupations, clothing, leisure, food and drink, religion, and funerals.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Viking Empires

Author : Angelo Forte
ISBN : 0521829925
Genre : History
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A definitive history of six hundred years of Viking civilization traces the political, military, social, cultural, and religious history of the Viking world from Iceland to Lithuania.
Category: History

The Northmen S Fury

Author : Philip Parker
ISBN : 9781448156450
Genre : History
File Size : 57.74 MB
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The Northmen’s Fury tells the Viking story, from the first pinprick raids of the eighth century to the great armies that left their Scandinavian homelands to conquer larger parts of France, Britain and Ireland. It recounts the epic voyages that took them across the Atlantic to the icy fjords of Greenland and to North America over four centuries before Columbus and east to the great rivers of Russia and the riches of the Byzantine empire. One summer’s day in 793, death arrived from the sea. The raiders who sacked the island monastery of Lindisfarne were the first Vikings, sea-borne attackers who brought two centuries of terror to northern Europe. Before long the sight of their dragon-prowed longships and the very name of Viking gave rise to fear and dread, so much so that monks were reputed to pray each night for delivery from ‘the Northmen’s Fury’. Yet for all their reputation as bloodthirsty warriors, the Vikings possessed a sophisticated culture that produced art of great beauty, literature of abiding power and kingdoms of surprising endurance. The Northmen’s Fury describes how and why a region at the edge of Europe came to dominate and to terrorise much of the rest of the continent for nearly three centuries and how, in the end, the coming of Christianity and the growing power of kings tempered the Viking ferocity and stemmed the tide of raids. It relates the astonishing achievement of the Vikings in forging far-flung empires whose sinews were the sea and whose arteries were not roads but maritime trading routes. The blood of the Vikings runs in millions of veins in Europe and the Americas and the tale of their conquests, explorations and achievements continues to inspire people around the world.
Category: History

The Vikings And Their Age

Author : Angus A. Somerville
ISBN : 9781442605220
Genre : History
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The Vikings and Their Age offers a quick overview of the chronology and major themes of the Viking period.
Category: History

The Normans And Their Adversaries At War

Author : Richard P Abels
ISBN : 0851158471
Genre : History
File Size : 42.84 MB
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Studies of warfare, armies, logistics and weapons throughout the Norman realms.
Category: History