Summary of Zvi Wiesenfeld's The Man Across the River

Summary of Zvi Wiesenfeld's The Man Across the River
Title Summary of Zvi Wiesenfeld's The Man Across the River PDF eBook
Author Everest Media
Publisher Everest Media LLC
Pages 48
Release 2022-07-24T22:59:00Z
Genre Biography & Autobiography
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I wrote a book about my grandfather, who was the kindest, gentlest man I ever met. I traced his life from the Yiddish-speaking Jewish Quarter of Czernowitz to the killing fields of Transnistria and the concentration camps. #2 Yankel Wiesenfeld-Reiner, a Jewish man living in Czernowitz, Ukraine, was trying to sneak home before morning prayers. He was caught by his friend Zushe, who was against him attending Zionist meetings. #3 In 1926, a young Romanian man named Nicolae Totu pulled a revolver on a Jewish student named David Falik, killing him. The killer was paraded through town by his friends, adorned with ribbons and the flag of Romania. #4 Yankel and his friends attended Betar meetings, where they learned about the Zionist dream of returning to their ancestral homeland. They planned their escape from under the fascist jackboot and lived as free Jews in a new, revitalized Israel.




House documents

House documents
Title House documents PDF eBook
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Pages 1158
Release 1889
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Guns Across The Rio Grande

Guns Across The Rio Grande
Title Guns Across The Rio Grande PDF eBook
Author Jack Tregarth
Publisher Robert Hale Ltd
Pages 115
Release 2016-11-11
Genre Fiction
ISBN 0719821797

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When Captain Barnabas Quinnell, late of the defeated Confederate army, decides to smuggle rifles into Mexico, it seems like a simple, straightforward and profitable enterprise. He hasn't counted, though, on the Mexican officer who had been charged with putting an end to such gun-running. When Colonel Lopez and Captain Quinnell come face to face, only one of them will emerge alive from the bloody confrontation.




American Voices of World War I

American Voices of World War I
Title American Voices of World War I PDF eBook
Author Martin Marix Evans
Publisher Routledge
Pages 260
Release 2014-01-27
Genre History
ISBN 113596985X

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Using original documents from the U.S. Army Military History Institute (including extracts from letters and diaries of serving soldiers, as well as from official reports and papers), this book recalls the experiences of Americans who fought in the First World War. Individual chapters cover different periods, from Enlistment to Victory, in a chronological fashion. The book also features topics such as weaponry, medical services and entertainment.




Can't Stop Walking

Can't Stop Walking
Title Can't Stop Walking PDF eBook
Author Murphy V. S. Anderson
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Pages 144
Release 2021-04-07
Genre Religion
ISBN 1725295563

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Can’t Stop Walking: Every Walk Must First Begin with a Step, Purpose, and Direction is a stunning and incisive nonfictional narrative which critiques some of the cultural, traditional, and societal issues which impacted and challenged the lives of many Liberians, especially the youth who suffered, bled, and died in their ignorance during the Liberian Civil War. This is a book uniquely written to bring the readers mentally closer to some information and experiences that may seem unrealistic but true, inconceivable or trivia but factual. The book reveals the tireless and unwavering efforts made by two friends bound together in one faith and purpose with a desire to change the mindset of youths who were actively involved in a civil war. It discusses how these two friends nonviolently challenged the culture, tradition, and societal elites of a small town by engaging the youth and elders through the “Trinity Plan” and helped transform a struggling church threatened by dogmas and traditional practices.




Firstborns

Firstborns
Title Firstborns PDF eBook
Author Sir Charles Davis
Publisher Page Publishing Inc
Pages 299
Release 2019-04-23
Genre Fiction
ISBN 164462088X

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When Captain Malcom Kin, captain of the West Army, received orders from the master-at-arms to eliminate a people called the Firstborns, who were deemed enemies to their way of life by the Ten heads of state, he immediately began to ask questions about killing unarmed people. "That is genocide," he whispered. The master-at-arms promptly reminded him of his duty as a captain in the army. Captain Kin reluctantly accepted his orders. But unknown to him, those orders will take him on a journey to learn the truth about the ten heads of state, as well as himself.




Conan the Barbarian - The Complete Series

Conan the Barbarian - The Complete Series
Title Conan the Barbarian - The Complete Series PDF eBook
Author Robert E. Howard
Publisher DigiCat
Pages 1187
Release 2022-11-13
Genre Fiction
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DigiCat presents to you this unique and meticulously edited adventure collection: Cimmeria - A Poem The Hyborian Age — Conan's World The Frost Giant's Daughter (Gods of the North) The God in the Bowl The Tower of the Elephant Rogues in the House Shadows in the Moonlight (Iron Shadows in the Moon) Black Colossus Queen of the Black Coast The Slithering Shadow (Xuthal of the Dusk) A Witch Shall Be Born The Devil in Iron The People of the Black Circle Shadows in Zamboula (Man-Eaters of Zamboula) The Pool of the Black One Beyond the Black River The Black Stranger Red Nails Jewels of Gwahlur (The Teeth of Gwahlur) The Phoenix on the Sword The Scarlet Citadel The Hour of the Dragon (Conan the Conqueror) Conan the Barbarian (also known as Conan the Cimmerian) is a fictional sword and sorcery hero who originated in pulp fiction magazines and has since been adapted to books, comics, several films (including Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer), television programs (cartoon and live-action), video games, role-playing games and other media. Robert Ervin Howard (1906-1936) was an American author who wrote pulp fiction in a diverse range of genres. He is well known for his character Conan the Barbarian and is regarded as the father of the sword and sorcery subgenre.