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Posted By : Root | Date : 15 February 2012 | Comments : 0 |
Return to Gallipoli: Walking the Battlefields of the Great War


Return to Gallipoli: Walking the Battlefields of the Great War By Bruce Scates

Publisher: C[U=Pr]ess 2006 | 298 Pages | ISBN: 0521681510 | PDF | 3 MB

Every year tens of thousands of Australians make their pilgrimages to Gallipoli, France and other killing fields of the Great War. It is a journey steeped in history. Some go in search of family memory, seeking the grave of a soldier lost a lifetime ago. For others, Anzac pilgrimage has become a rite of passage, a statement of what it means to be Australian. This book explores the memory of the Great War through the historical experience of pilgrimage. It examines the significance these 'sacred sites' have acquired in the hearts and minds of successive generations and charts the complex responses of young and old, soldier and civilian, the pilgrims of the 1920s and today's backpacker travellers. This book gives voice to history, retrieving a bitter-sweet testimony through interviews, surveys and a rich archival record. Innovative, courageous and often deeply moving, it explains why the Anzac legend still captivates Australians.


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Restless Nation: Starting Over in America


Restless Nation: Starting Over in America By James M. Jasper

Publisher: Univ..ersity Of Chi..cago Press 2000 | 295 Pages | ISBN: 0226394786 , 0226394794 | PDF | 2 MB

In Restless Nation, James M. Jasper isolates a narrative that lies very close to the core of the American character. From colonial times to the present day, Americans have always had a deep-rooted belief in the "fresh start"a belief that still has Americans moving from place to place faster than the citizens of any other nation.


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Dorian Cleavenger - The Art of Paint Vol. 1 [repost]


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From the mundane to the fantastic, internationally acclaimed fantasy artist Cleavenger reveals for the first time the thoughts and techniques behind his artwork. In this step by step DVD tutorial, he demonstrates the process of creating a painting from start to finish using acrylic paints. Also an extensive overview of the working environment and the supplies and materials needed.
Loaded with bonus features this DVD also includes "The Art of Paint" featurette, a short story written and illustrated by Dorian, and his vision of the artisan's struggles throughout the centuries against censorship. Also includes a 34 image portfolio slideshow of his work with an original musical score.
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no please, Follow The Rules
Posted By : Root | Date : 15 February 2012 | Comments : 0 |
The Inventors' Guide to Making Your Brainstorm Bankable [repost]


The Inventors' Guide to Making Your Brainstorm Bankable

DVDRip | AVI / XviD, 683 kb/s | 576x320 | 02:01:05 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | 698 Mb
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Gulag Boss: A Soviet Memoir


Gulag Boss: A Soviet Memoir By Fyodor Vasilevich Mochulsky, Deborah Kaple

Publisher: O:U:P 2011 | 272 Pages | ISBN: 0199742669 | PDF | 2 MB

The searing accounts of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Evgeniia Ginsberg and Varlam Shalamov opened the world's eyes to the terrors of the Soviet Gulag. But not until now has there been a memoir of life inside the camps written from the perspective of an actual employee of the Secret police.
In this riveting memoir, superbly translated by Deborah Kaple, Fyodor Mochulsky describes being sent to work as a boss at the forced labor camp of Pechorlag in the frozen tundra north of the Arctic Circle. Only twenty-two years old, he had but a vague idea of the true nature of the Gulag. What he discovered was a world of unimaginable suffering and death, a world where men were starved, beaten, worked to death, or simply executed. Mochulsky details the horrific conditions in the camps and the challenges facing all those involved, from prisoners to guards. He depicts the power struggles within the camps between the secret police and the communist party, between the political prisoners (most of whom had been arrested for the generic crime of "counter-revolutionary activities") and the criminal convicts. And because Mochulsky writes of what he witnessed with the detachment of the engineer that he was, readers can easily understand how a system that destroyed millions of lives could be run by ordinary Soviet citizens who believed they were advancing the cause of socialism.
Mochulsky remained a communist party member his entire life--he would later become a diplomat--but was deeply troubled by the gap between socialist theory and the Soviet reality of slave labor and mass murder. This unprecedented memoir takes readers into that reality and sheds new light on one of the most harrowing tragedies of the 20th century.


Posted By : Root | Date : 15 February 2012 | Comments : 0 |
PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives


PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives By Frank Warren

Publisher: Re[ga]n Bo..oks 2005 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 0060899190 | PDF | 62 MB

The project that captured a nation's imagination.
The instructions were simple, but the results were extraordinary.
"You are invited to anonymously contribute a secret to a group art project. Your secret can be a regret, fear, betrayal, desire, confession, or childhood humiliation. Reveal anything -- as long as it is true and you have never shared it with anyone before. Be brief. Be legible. Be creative."
It all began with an idea Frank Warren had for a community art project. He began handing out postcards to strangers and leaving them in public places -- asking people to write down a secret they had never told anyone and mail it to him, anonymously.
The response was overwhelming. The secrets were both provocative and profound, and the cards themselves were works of art -- carefully and creatively constructed by hand. Addictively compelling, the cards reveal our deepest fears, desires, regrets, and obsessions. Frank calls them "graphic haiku," beautiful, elegant, and small in structure but powerfully emotional.
As Frank began posting the cards on his website, PostSecret took on a life of its own, becoming much more than a simple art project. It has grown into a global phenomenon, exposing our individual aspirations, fantasies, and frailties -- our common humanity.
Every day dozens of postcards still make their way to Frank, with postmarks from around the world, touching on every aspect of human experience. This extraordinary collection brings together the most powerful, personal, and beautifully intimate secrets Frank Warren has received -- and brilliantly illuminates that human emotions can be unique and universal at the same time.


Posted By : Root | Date : 15 February 2012 | Comments : 0 |
Elle March 2012 (USA)


Elle March 2012 (USA)

English | 466 pages | PDF | 279.26 MB
Posted By : Root | Date : 15 February 2012 | Comments : 0 |
PiX magazine February-March 2012 (South Africa)


PiX magazine February-March 2012 (South Africa)

English | 116 pages | PDF | 56.03 MB



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