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Star Wars The Rebel Alliance

Author : Bill Smith
ISBN : 0316535095
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A look at the complex technology of the fleet of the "Star Wars" Rebel Alliance provides technical detail about such ships as X-Wing starfighters, a Rebel medical frigate, and the Mon Calamari orbiting shipyards.

National History Of The War For The Union Civil Military And Naval

Author : EVERT A . DUYCKINCK
ISBN : UOMDLP:acp5612:0002.001
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Universe Of Star Wars Collectibles

Author : Stuart W. Wells III
ISBN : 9781440228155
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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The force will be with all collectors who own this comprehensive guide to one of today's hottest collecting fields. Star Wars fans will find more than 600 photos and more than 2,000 listings of collectible items related to the popular movie series from 1976 through 2001, including Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. Features photos, up-to-date pricing, and accurate descriptions for more than 40 categories such as action figures, books, clothing, food collectibles, games, trading cards, vehicles, wall art, statues, comics, coins, and more! Star Wars is hotter than ever and this updated and revised edition of the best-selling collector's guide is the ultimate resource for fans.

No Turning Point

Author : Theodore Corbett
ISBN : 9780806147291
Genre : History
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The Battle of Saratoga in 1777 ended with British general John Burgoyne’s troops surrendering to the American rebel army commanded by General Horatio Gates. Historians have long seen Burgoyne’s defeat as a turning point in the American Revolution because it convinced France to join the war on the side of the colonies, thus ensuring American victory. But that traditional view of Saratoga overlooks the complexity of the situation on the ground. Setting the battle in its social and political context, Theodore Corbett examines Saratoga and its aftermath as part of ongoing conflicts among the settlers of the Hudson and Champlain valleys of New York, Canada, and Vermont. This long, more local view reveals that the American victory actually resolved very little. In transcending traditional military history, Corbett examines the roles not only of enlisted Patriot and Redcoat soldiers but also of landowners, tenant farmers, townspeople, American Indians, Loyalists, and African Americans. He begins the story in the 1760s, when the first large influx of white settlers arrived in the New York and New England backcountry. Ethnic and religious strife marked relations among the colonists from the outset. Conflicting claims issued by New York and New Hampshire to the area that eventually became Vermont turned the skirmishes into a veritable civil war. These pre-Revolution conflicts—which determined allegiances during the Revolution—were not affected by the military outcome of the Battle of Saratoga. After Burgoyne’s defeat, the British retained control of the upper Hudson-Champlain valley and mobilized Loyalists and Native allies to continue successful raids there even after the Revolution. The civil strife among the colonists continued into the 1780s, as the American victory gave way to violent strife amounting to class warfare. Corbett ends his story with conflicts over debt in Vermont, New Hampshire, and finally Massachusetts, where the sack of Stockbridge—part of Shays’s Rebellion in 1787—was the last of the civil disruptions that had roiled the landscape for the previous twenty years. No Turning Point complicates and enriches our understanding of the difficult birth of the United States as a nation.

Pirate Rebel Privateer Spy

Author : Robert Grisham
ISBN : 9781312329171
Genre : Fiction
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Pirate, Rebel, Privateer, Spy is a tale set in the year 2253 in a less-than-perfect universe. The roles people play can make a mess of things. Sometimes questionable, sometimes convoluted, and sometimes damnable, everyone has an agenda. Everyone wants something. And everyone has his own plan to get what he wants. And things get interesting for Polaris when strategies collide. Before her world collapses in on itself, can Polaris untangle the truth of things? She has an ally in her brother Gilead, but will his help be enough? Dreaming of being something you’re not can get those you love killed. Not everyone can be a ship’s captain. Not everyone understands the military mind. Not everyone appreciates his own limitations. Knowing yourself, knowing your abilities, is the first place to begin. Some will pretend they’re something they’re not, and try to convince everyone else around them to join their delusion. Playing along isn’t always easy. In fact it can be downright deadly.

The Life And Public Services Of Abraham Lincoln

Author : Henry Jarvis Raymond
ISBN : CHI:28822144
Genre : Presidents
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A Chronology Of Ancient Greece

Author : Timothy Venning
ISBN : 9781473879232
Genre : History
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This book offers a coherent narrative of the politico-military history of ancient Greece. It commences with the necessarily approximate course of events in Bronze and early Iron Age, as estimated by the most reliable scholarship plus the legendary accounts of this period. From the Persian Wars onwards, a year-by-year chronology is constructed from the ancient historical sources. Where possible a day-by-day narrative is given. The geographical scope expands as the horizons of the Greek world and colonization expanded with reference to developments in politico-military events in the Middle Eastern (and later Italian) states that came into contact with Greek culture. From the expansion of the Greek world across the region under Alexander, the development of all the relevant Greek/Macedonian states is covered. The text is divided into events per geographical area for each date, cross-referencing where needed. Detailed accounts are provided for battles and political crises where the sources allow this, and where not much is known for certain the different opinions of historians are referenced en route. The result is a coherent, accessible and accurate reference to what happened and when.

The Essential Guide To Warfare Star Wars

Author : Jason Fry
ISBN : 9780345542748
Genre : Fiction
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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO THE ULTIMATE INTERGALACTIC BATTLEFIELD Like many a great epic, Star Wars is rooted in a rich history of armed conflict. Now, for the first time, the facts, figures, and fascinating backstories of major clashes and combatants in the vast Star Wars universe have been documented in one fully illustrated volume. Extensively researched and inventively written, Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Warfare combines action-filled narrative with encyclopedic knowledge that: • explores notable military units and groups • traces the development of significant armaments and technologies • profiles key warship classes, ground units, and manufacturers • provides capsule biographies of great military leaders • presents eyewitness troopers’ accounts of combat • plus—enough additional profiles, intel, history, and lore to span the cosmos! Encompassing all of the Star Wars media, including the legendary films, the hit TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the bestselling books, comics, and videogames, and packed with original full-color artwork, Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Warfare is a conquering achievement.

Vicky Peterwald Rebel

Author : Mike Shepherd
ISBN : 9781101617335
Genre : Fiction
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From the New York Times bestselling author of the Kris Longknife series comes a military science fiction adventure featuring Vicky Peterwald... Vicky Peterwald is no longer just the heir apparent to an imperial dynasty. She survived naval training and proved her mettle in combat to help the starving people of the ravaged world of St. Petersburg. Now, she is truly a Grand Duchess, leading a growing battle fleet in a rebellion against the tyranny of her stepmother, the Empress. Determined to stop her spoiled stepdaughter’s betrayal from upsetting the balance of power within the Peterwald Empire, the Empress is leading her own armada to St. Petersburg, intent on killing Vicky and every soul on the planet that gave her refuge. But Vicky is her father’s daughter, and it would be a grave mistake to underestimate her... From the Paperback edition.

Revolution An Uncommon Chronicle Of The American War For Independence

Author : Kenneth Samcoe
ISBN : 9781456613020
Genre : Education
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"Revolution" is a chronicle of a remarkable contest fought between the largest, most powerful army on earth and a motley collection of men and boys, extremely ill equipped and inexperienced in the arts of warfare. It reveals how the radical revolutionaries, revered today as the nation's founding fathers, sometimes barely succeed and more often miserably fail to keep a healthy Continental army and a pusillanimous Continental Congress together. Written in the present tense, as newspaper articles and interviews, "Revolution" is also the story of a civil conflict fought in a divided country where the words "liberty" and "independence" are equally cheered, cursed and ignored.

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