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The Turbulent Trail

Author : Mike Thompson
ISBN : 1432839365
Genre : Fiction
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Abercrombie Trail

Author : Candace Simar
ISBN : 1410461246
Genre : Fiction
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Follows the story of Evan Jacobson, a stagecoach driver, who witnesses the 1862 Sioux Uprising as he drives his route between Fort Snelling and Fort Abercrombie.

Memoirs From The Turbulent Years And Beyond

Author : Hubert Poetschke
ISBN : 9781453583401
Genre : History
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In the Introduction, I briefly examined the war between born again Poland in 1918 after over 120 years of foreign oppression and the Bolshevik/Communist Russia in 1920. This was the first Bolshevik/Communist Russian Expansionist War. The Bolsheviks/Communists under the leadership of Lenin started this war, hoping for quick victory over a very weak Poland, just starting the unifying process after long oppression. Poland was partitioned by Germany, Russia, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire by the end of the eighteenth century. The goal of Lenin and his horde of Communist disciples, as well as of the Communist international banditry, was to conquer Poland. In addition, very soon afterward, they pushed into Germany, who was defeated in WWI and struggling economically with no army and very poor people. German Communists were trying to fully exploit this situation and start a revolution immediately after Poland was defeated and opened the door to Western Europe for Communist conquest. Unfortunately for Lenin, the mass murderer and his Communist Red Army hordes, it was no victory. They were defeated at Warsaw, and they retreated rapidly northeast and a few months later, they signed the Peace Treaty in Riga, Latvia. Poland saved the Western civilization and Christianity in 1920 and stopped the spread of Communism to Western Europe. In the next part, WWII, I described the start of the war by the Germans invading Poland from the west, north, and south. In addition, sixteen days later, the Communist Soviet Union invaded from the east according to the pact between Hitler and Stalin, made in August of 1939. The Germans were taking western Poland. The Communist Soviet Union was taking Eastern Poland as two bandits, Hitler and Stalin, divided the loot and started plundering Poland. Germany and the Communist Soviet Union were equal aggressors, and they were equally responsible for starting WWII. Our family lived in western Poland, which was occupied by Germans. It was a brutal occupation. The Germans started building the concentration camps, like Auschwitz and others; however, for the first two years of occupation, all the prisoners were Polish Christians. From about the middle of 1942 to Auschwitz, Polish Jews started coming, and shortly after, Jews from other European countries occupied by Germans also arrived. The Germans committed horrendous crimes against the Polish Christians and Polish Jews under their occupation. The daily life in western Poland became very difficult and dangerous. The underground resistance army, called Home Army, was growing fast. The goal of the Home Army was to fight German occupants in many different forms. In eastern Poland, occupied by the Communist Soviet Union, the lives of the Polish people were dramatically becoming worse. They were methodically exterminated by Communist Soviets, the worst barbaric savages. The Communist Soviets were also sending Polish people by thousands daily to Siberian gulags, to slave labor. The Germans committed holocaust against Jewish people during WWII as well as holocausts against Polish people. The Communist Soviet Union, by order of Joseph Stalin and his Politburo, committed holocausts against Polish people in eastern Poland. During WWII, Poland had the highest loss of population by percentage of total population, about 25 percent, the highest percentage of any nation in the world. When WWII ended in 1945, Poland was devastated beyond imagination, and the worst part was that the German occupation was exchanged for Communist Soviet Union occupation, which would last for a very long forty-five years. The years 1945–1968, covers the period of establishing Communist control over Poland beginning in 1945 until 1948 by Communists sent to Poland from Moscow. This was a very difficult time, when the Communist Soviets’ NKVD/KGB and the Polish Communist gover

Analysis Of The Turbulent Near Wake At A Sharp Trailing Edge

Author : Edward Andrew Bogucz
ISBN : STANFORD:36105015990711
Genre : Turbulent boundary layer
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Breaking Trail

Author : Arlene Blum
ISBN : 9780743281782
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Arlene Blum is a legendary trailblazer by any measure. Defying the climbing establishment of the 1970s, she led the first teams of women on successful ascents of Mt. McKinley and Annapurna, and was the first American woman to attempt Mt. Everest. In her long, adventurous career, she has played a leading role in more than twenty expeditions and forged a place for women in the perilous arena of high-altitude mountaineering. Breaking Trail is the story of Blum's journey from her overprotected youth in Chicago to the tops of some of the highest peaks on Earth. Chronicling a life of extraordinary personal and professional achievement, Blum's intimate and inspiring memoir explores how her childhood fueled her need to climb -- and how, in turn, her climbing liberated her from her childhood. Each chapter in Breaking Trail begins with a poignant vignette from Blum's early life. Using these as starting points, she traces her evolution as a climber, from a hilariously incompetent beginner to an aspiring mountaineer to a successful, confident, and world-renowned expedition leader. Along the way, she takes us to some of the most extreme and exquisite places on the planet, sharing the exhilaration, toil, and danger of climbing high. Blum also relates the story of her scientific career, which, like her mountaineering, challenged gender stereotypes and was filled with singular accomplishments, including the banning of two cancer-causing chemicals and the initiation of an important area of biophysical research. Writing with remarkable candor and introspection, Blum recounts her triumphs and tragedies, and provides a probing look at what drove her to endure extreme physical discomfort -- and even to risk her life -- attempting high, remote summits around the world. In her story, she shares intimate insights into how and why climbers persevere under the harshest circumstances, cope with the deaths of their comrades, and balance their desire for adventure with their personal lives. Complemented with breathtaking personal photos and detailed maps, Breaking Trail is a deeply moving account of how one woman overcame adversity to become one of the world's most famous climbers, and a testament to the power of taking risks and pursuing dreams.

The Upper Atmosphere

Author : Walter Dieminger
ISBN : 9783642787171
Genre : Science
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Especially due to the increasing environmental problems there is a need to collect as many data as possible in the upper atmosphere. This book serves as a general multidisciplinary guide and introduction for a more effective use of the large amount of now available data from the Earth's atmosphere. It also shows the problems of the use of large amounts of time series data - for basic science as well as for environmental monitoring - and the related information systems. The book is aimed for scientists and students interested in the Earth's atmosphere which is vital for the understanding of environmental changes in the global system Earth.

Separation Of Flow

Author : Paul K. Chang
ISBN : 9781483181288
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Interdisciplinary and Advanced Topics in Science and Engineering, Volume 3: Separation of Flow presents the problem of the separation of fluid flow. This book provides information covering the fields of basic physical processes, analyses, and experiments concerning flow separation. Organized into 12 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the flow separation on the body surface as discusses in various classical examples. This text then examines the analytical and experimental results of the laminar boundary layer of steady, two-dimensional flows in the subsonic speed range. Other chapters consider the study of flow separation on the two-dimensional body, flow separation on three-dimensional body shape and particularly on bodies of revolution. This book discusses as well the analytical solutions of the unsteady flow separation. The final chapter deals with the purpose of separation flow control to raise efficiency or to enhance the performance of vehicles and fluid machineries involving various engineering applications. This book is a valuable resource for engineers.

Encyclopaedia Of Mathematics

Author : Michiel Hazewinkel
ISBN : 9789401512398
Genre : Mathematics
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This ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF MATHEMATICS aims to be a reference work for all parts of mathema tics. It is a translation with updates and editorial comments of the Soviet Mathematical Encyclo paedia published by 'Soviet Encyclopaedia Publishing House' in five volumes in 1977 - 1985. The annotated translation consists of ten volumes including a special index volume. There are three kinds of articles in this ENCYCLOPAEDIA. First of all there are survey-type articles dealing with the various main directions in mathematics (where a rather fine subdivision has been used). The main requirement for these articles has been that they should give a reason ably complete up-to-date account of the current state of affairs in these areas and that they should be maximally accessible. On the whole, these articles should be understandable to mathematics students in their first specialization years, to graduates from other mathematical areas and, depending on the specific subject, to specialists in other domains of science, en gineers and teachers of mathematics. These articles treat their material at a fairly general level and aim to give an idea of the kind of problems, techniques and concepts involved in the area in question. They also contain background and motivation rather than precise statements of pre cise theorems with detailed definitions and technical details on how to carry out proofs and con structions.

Encyclopaedia Of Mathematics

Author : M. Hazewinkel
ISBN : 9781489937971
Genre : Mathematics
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Cowgirl Trail

Author : Susan Page Davis
ISBN : 9780802478771
Genre : Fiction
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Cowgirl Trail is part of a six-book series about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896. Although a series, each book can be read on its own. In 1884 Maggie Porter returns to the Rocking P Ranch. The sanatorium was not able to save her mother and now her father’s health is failing. When the cowboys walk off the job leaving no one to drive the cattle to market, head ranch hand, Alex Bright, cannot convince the men to stay. How could Alex let this happen? Maggie is desperate to save the ranch and she turns to the town’s women for help. The new cowgirls must herd, rope, and drive the cattle to market. With only two days left, outlaws charge the small band of cowgirls in an effort to start a stampede. The cattle begin to scatter. Will they lose everything? Where will their help come from?

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