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Before the Lamps Went Out

Author : Geoffrey Jules Marcus
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Social and political review of England's pre-World War I period, from Christmas 1913 to August 1914.

In the Shadow of the Hawk

Author : Josephine B. Curry
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This book carries the reader back to the early years of World War II. It is centered on an insightful American woman's daily experience, recorded in her diary from 1939 to 1942, wherein personal reflections and epic thrust yield an intriguing sense of plot. Author Lester Bartson draws on many external sources in order to bring to life the diarist's interesting native city of Canton, Ohio, her subsequent service as a WAC during the liberation of France, and postwar initiatives in Nova Scotia. Bartson uses recently discovered original material to piece together the poignant story of her husband, a Canadian RAF pilot during the First World War. Historical and cultural issues are given perspective by richly interactive notes, a broadly based Introduction, reflective Epilogue, thematic Index, and more than fifty individual illustrations.

The Whole Works of the Rev John Lightfoot D D Master of Catharine Hall Cambridge Containing The temple service and The prospect of the temple

Author : John Lightfoot
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The Temple Especially as it Stood in the Dayes of Our Saviour

Author : John I Lightfoote
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When the Lamps Go Out

Author : Megan Spurgin
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Nazi Germany, 1938. Hilda van Ostrand knows that war is imminent, and though she is loyal to the Fatherland, her worries for the future cannot be denied, especially when it comes to her budding romance with Jesse Riker, a dashing American pilot. Caught between opposing brothers and delicate friendships, she hopes only to survive. But nothing prepares her for the arrival of a stranger with a secret that questions the only life she has ever known. Fleeing to London, Hilda soon becomes an important asset in British Intelligence, but her past comes back to haunt her with Jesse’s sudden arrival as a volunteer in the Royal Air Force. Their future together grows distant as Hilda’s lies threaten to destroy the last semblance of identity she clings to. Her determination to protect Jesse from the truth does not stop the bombs that rain down on London, and when the tide of war pulls them apart again, it may be for the last time. A tale of betrayal, love, forgiveness, and God’s enduring faithfulness, When the Lamps Go Out illustrates the trials and triumphs of the human spirit and the harsh understanding and beauty of life in World War II Europe.

Calmet s Dictionary of the Holy Bible

Author : Augustin Calmet
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The Cloud of Witness a Series of Discourses on the Eleventh and Part of the Twelfth Chapters of the Epistle to the Hebrews

Author : James Stuart Murray ANDERSON
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Dance of the Furies

Author : Michael S. Neiberg
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Looking beyond diplomats and generals, Neiberg shows that neither nationalist passions nor desires for revenge took Europe to war in 1914. Dance of the Furies gives voice to a generation who suddenly found themselves compelled to participate in a ghastly, protracted orgy of violence they never imagined would come to pass.

The spiritual magazine or The Christians grand treasure

Author : John Allen
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Henri

Author : Dave Delony
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Henri, an orphaned child of peasant farmers in Napoleonic-era France, enters the military and rises through the ranks in the Grande Armée from boy drummer to officer. Along the way, he meets the love of his life, and she follows on his journey through Napoleon’s wars, the disastrous retreat from Russia, and to finality at Waterloo. With the allied forces close on their heels and probable imprisonment, they devise an escape from an occupied France.