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FBI Families of Fallen Heroes Act

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
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Graves and epitaphs of our fallen heroes in the Crimea Scutari by hon J Colborne and F Brine

Author : John Colborne (hon.)
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Fallen Heroes

Author : Dafydd ab Hugh
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Fallen Heroes When a troop of alien warriors demands the return of an imprisoned comrade -- a prisoner no one on Deep Space Nine™ knows anything about -- Commander Benjamin Sisko has a deadly fight on his hands. Under sudden attack from the heavily armed warriors, Sisko and his crew struggle desperately to repel the invaders and save the lives of everyone on board. Meanwhile, a strange device from the Gamma Quadrant has shifted Ferengi barkeeper Quark and Security Chief Odo three days into the future to a silent Deep Space Nine. To save the station they must discover what caused the invasion to take place -- and find a pathway back through time itself.

Fallen Heroes

Author : PENNWELL CORP
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Fallen Heroes: A Tribute from Fire Engineering was published in 2001 to honor the courageous men and women who responded to the September 11, 2001 attacks on America. This beautifully-bound, 160-page tribute details the tragic events of the attacks. The book includes a photo gallery with biographies of the fallen firefighters, firsthand reports from Ground Zero and the Pentagon, and reactions from around the world. Proceeds will benefit the Fire Engineering Courage and Valor Foundation.

Fallen Heroes

Author : Richard H. Knowles
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Fallen heroes in global capitalism

Author : V. Trappman
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Through the prism of 'Nowa Huta', a landmark of socialist industrialization, Trappmann challenges the one-sided account of Poland as a successful transition case and reveals the ambivalent role of the European Union in economic restructuring. An exemplary, suggestive case of multi-level analysis research.

Fallen Heroes of the Indian War

Author : John Vaughan Williamson
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Fallen Heroes The Lives of Galileo Michael Angelo and Gutenberg

Author : Borja Loma Barrie
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Historical novel. The biographies of the Astronomer Glaileo Galilei, the Artist Michael Angelo and the Inventor of the printer Gutenberg. A story of their respective lives.

Fallen Heroes

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The Last of the Brave Or Resting Places of Our Fallen Heroes in the Crimea and at Scutari

Author : John Colborne (Hon.)
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In a Time of Fallen Heroes

Author : William Betcher, M.D.
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Combining interpretations of classical mythology with contemporary data, two Harvard scholars attempt to redefine masculinity, addressing such issues as work, solitude, duty, sex, fathering, gender differences, men's failure to understand themselves, and more.

Memorials of the Brave

Author : John Colborne
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The Fallen Heroes of Zimbabwe

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Fallen Heroes

Author : Kimber Grey
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It has been eight centuries since the dark Orb of Power drove Prince Sayron to slaughter his family and seize control of the High Kingdom of Faiden. In all that time, none challenged him who had any hope of defeating his army of corrupted sorcerers or the darkness that possessed them. Now, the Oracle has set in motion events to bring war to Faiden and to rouse the dormant high kingdom. Princess Vera has awakened from her mystical slumber, having narrowly survived Sayron's wrath. Is she the heir Faiden has been waiting to claim, and can this newest generation of leaders rise above the devastating losses in their past to become the heroes their world desperately needs? Rise of Faiden is a six-novel epic fantasy series by Kimber Grey that introduces Midia, a vast and magical world that is besieged by darkness. The first two books, Kingdoms Lost is available for free download at FaidenFree.GrayWhisper.comKimber Grey can be found on Amazon.com, GrayWhisper.com and Patreon.com/KimberGreyFree chapters of other books by Kimber Grey available at: FreeChapters.GrayWhisper.com

Fallen Heroes

Author : Amy Cross
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As Ophelia struggles to keep track of a killer, she starts to realize that her own dark past is about to be dragged kicking and screaming into the light. Her real name has been uncovered, and soon the whole world will know where Ophelia comes from, and why she has been running for so long. For Laura Foster, Ophelia's nightmare couldn't have come at a worse time. Daniel Gregory, the man acquitted of murder following Laura's botched investigation, is back in town, and people are dying again. Racing against time to prove that Gregory is responsible, Laura realizes too late that both she and Ophelia are heading into a trap.

Fallen Heroes

Author : Tami D. Cowden
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The villain is the hero of his own story - and is every bit as important as the heroic characters. This book contains the lectures and exercises from Tami Cowden's popular online class on villain archetypes. The workshop identifies and examines the motivations of the 16 literary villain archetypes, and shows what happens when heroes and heroines turn to the dark side. Here's what participants have said about the workshop: -I really enjoyed this class. Seeing these archetypes spelled out like this really gives perspective instinct does not. -Not only did this give me some really good tips on villain archetypes, but seeing the thought process behind creating a character for the archetypes helped me with your hero/heroine archetypes as well. -WONDERFUL class, again!!! It was quite a thrill figuring out which archetype matched up with the villianess of my WIP: ) . I have your exclamation about motivation stuck to my wall, just as a reminder. --I did get a chance to apply this to my characters. I put a lot more thought into my characters' motivations and I think I will have a stronger book for it. The workshop really helped me make a more consistant characters and to work through how my characters act. -I'm having trouble getting a handle on my villain in my next book, and these archetypes are really helping me. -The exercises were enlightening as well as a fun way to get into the heads of these characters. - You have given me good ideas for use in my current WIP and I'm certain I'll be using some of the others archetypes in future works.

Little Minnesota in World War II

Author : Jill A. Johnson
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During World War II, a total of 165 men from Minnesota’s smallest towns gave their lives for our country. Several were awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Flying Cross, Silver Star, and Bronze Star. All received the award no one wanted: the Purple Heart. Most of their stories have never been told publicly. Little Minnesota in World War II, by Jill A. Johnson and Deane L. Johnson, honors these brave men from the smallest rural towns. From John Emery (who died December 7, 1941, on board the USS Arizona) to Herman Thelander (who was lost in the Bermuda Triangle, a mystery unsolved to this day), this unique book allows you to experience the war through personal accounts of the men and their families. With photos from the war, scans of actual letters, journal excerpts, and family memories, this one-of-a-kind book brings history to life and will make you feel prouder than ever to be Minnesotan.

Fallen Heroes of WWII

Author : Dan Lang
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Baseballs Fallen Heroes

Author : Andrew W. Bonior
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Are you a Baseball fan? Did one of your favorite players career end abruptly? Do you know all of the factsBaseball's Fallen Heroes details the tragedies that befell some of players of America's favorite pastime. Sometimes the details were sketchy at best. In this book, Andy Benior has compiled an enormous amount of trivia into a form that would not only interest the rabid baseball fan, but also acquaint anyone with just a casual interest in sports to the travails incurred by players throughout the history of the game.Though the thrust of the work is about tragedies, hopefully, it will be informative and entertaining.A Must Read for any baseball fan!

Men in Contemporary Russia

Author : Rebecca Kay
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Rebecca Kay assesses how men in post-Soviet Russia are represented through media and popular discourses. Using case studies she explores the challenges which have arisen for men since 1991 and the ways in which their responses are shaped by and viewed through the prism of widely accepted attitudes towards gender. The lives and concerns of men in provincial Russia are examined through ethnographic fieldwork, combining extensive participant observation with in-depth interviews. The book reveals how individual men strive to maintain a sense of equilibrium between the activities in which they are engaged and the ways in which they are perceived, both by others and by themselves. The findings of the research have produced significant areas of contrast and comparison with the author's earlier work on women. This is drawn out throughout the book, placing the study of Russian men in a broader gendered context. The issues raised by the men mirror concerns discussed in men's studies literature and popular discourse beyond Russia. The book is therefore of interest to a wider international audience as well as contributing to ongoing interdisciplinary debates, in Russian Studies, Anthropology, Sociology and Human Geography, addressing the need for new approaches to understanding post-Socialist change.