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Memoirs of a Revolutionary

Author : Victor Serge
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Memoirs of a Revolutionary

Author : Seán MacStiofáin
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Memoir of a Revolutionary

Author : Milovan Djilas
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Memoirs of a Revolutionary

Author : Upendra Nath Banerjee
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Memoirs of the American Revolution

Author : John Drayton
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The author based the work on the papers of his father, William Henry Drayton.

A Heroic People

Author : Chí Minh Hồ
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"An extract from President Ho Chi Minh's address to the meeting for the study of the history of the party, and some memoirs of several leaders of the revolution.

Memoirs of a Chinese Revolutionary

Author : Yat-sen Sun
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Memoirs of the American Revolution

Author : William Moultrie
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This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard-to-find books with something of interest for everyone!

Recalling the Revolution

Author : Santiago V. Alvarez
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These memoirs clearly recount all aspects of the Philippine Revolution from its factionalism and corruption to its dignity and glory. Distributed for the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison

The Adventures of a Revolutionary Soldier

Author : Joseph Plumb Martin
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Joseph Plumb Martin (1760 – 1850) was a soldier in the Continental Army and Connecticut Militia during the American Revolutionary War, holding the rank of private for most of the war. His published narrative of his experiences has become a valuable resource for historians in understanding the conditions of a common soldier of that era, as well as the battles in which Martin participated. "My intention is to give a succinct account of some of my adventures, dangers and sufferings during my several campaigns in the revolutionary army." Contents: Campaign of 1776. Campaign of 1777. Campaign of 1778. Campaign of 1779. Campaign of 1780. Campaign of 1781. Campaign of 1782. Campaign of 1783.

A Revolutionary Life

Author : Lakshmī Sahagala
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It Is Lakshmi Sahgal`S Autobiography In Original And Is One Of The Few First Person Accounts Of The Time, A Document Of Immense Political And Historical Value. Offers A Unique Perspective On Women In Armed Struggle And The Freedom Movement.

The Katipunan and the Revolution

Author : Santiago V. Alvarez
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Passion Betrayal and Revolution in Colonial Saigon

Author : Hue-Tam Ho Tai
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This is the incredible story of Bao Luong, Vietnam's first female political prisoner. In 1927, when she was just 18, Bao Luong left her village home to join Ho Chi Minh's Revolutionary Youth League and fight both for national independence and for women's equality. A year later, she became embroiled in the Barbier Street murder, a crime in which unruly passion was mixed with revolutionary ardor. By the time of her sensational trial, Bao Luong's beloved Revolutionary Youth League had ceased to exist. Weaving together Bao Luong's own memoir with excerpts from newspaper articles, family gossip, and official documents, this book by Bao Luong's niece takes us from rural life in the Mekong Delta to the bustle of colonial Saigon. It provides a rare snapshot of Vietnam in the first decades of the twentieth century and a compelling account of one woman's struggle to make a place for herself in the world amidst intense political intrigue.

Memoirs of an American Lady The Pre Revolutionary Period

Author : Anne Grant
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This book presents memoirs of Anne Grant. The author describes her own idyllic childhood in pre-Revolutionary America and at the same time provides a vivid picture of New York colonial life. Grant also gives valuable information on Native Americans, their tribes, customs and conflicts; their family matters and political developments.

Memoirs of a Chinese Revolutionary

Author : Fanxi Wang
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An important account of the historical roots of the Tiananmen Square incident, Wang Fan-Isaac autobiography documents events in China from 1919 to 1949. Including previously unpublished material in English, this book details past events in China by someone who was there, on the inside.

Faith Joy

Author : Fernando Cardenal
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Fernando Cardenal, a Nicaraguan Jesuit priest, oversaw a national literacy campaign and served as minister of education in the revolutionary Sandinista government. The Sandinista revolution was unusual for the wide participation of Christians, including priests, in the struggle. However, the role of priests in the revolutionary government (including Ernesto Cardenal, Fernando's brother, a famous poet), was a source of bitter controversy with the Vatican. When he declined to resign his government post (judging that it would be "a grave sin if I were to abandon my priestly option for the poor"), Cardenal was suspended from the priesthood and expelled from the Society of Jesus. In later years, following the Sandinista era, he was readmitted - the first case of a Jesuit expelled and readmitted in the history of the Society.

Memoirs of Tarleton Brown

Author : Tarleton Brown
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Published in 1862, this memoir by a Continental Army captain tells the story of life in the Southern theater of the American Revolutionary War.

Memoirs of a Jewish Revolutionary

Author : Hersh Mendel
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American POW Memoirs from the Revolutionary War through the Vietnam War

Author : Jon Alexander
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Fourteen student papers from an undergraduate seminar examine American POW memoirs from the Revolutionary War through the Vietnam War. The focus of the student authors is on how American POWs have constructed narratives of their internments. The papers examine various styles of narration, characterization, and plot construction and how the POW memoirs are framed with introductions, quotations, maps, and illustrations. Overall, these papers suggest that the contexts in which authors write POW memoirs may influence the character of the memoirs they write as much as the attributes of their POW experiences. 'American POW Memoirs' is a unique collection of papers. This publication provides an example of how an undergraduate seminar might move from training students in scholarly practice to providing students a first experience as scholarly practitioners.

Memoirs of Gregor M Gregor

Author : M. Rafter
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