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How to Pray when Surrounded by the Enemies

Author : DR. D. K. OLUKOYA
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The subject of prayer covers a wide range of areas. There are specific prayer patterns for specific areas of needs. A lot of people, as a result of being surrounded by enemies are searching desperately for help. This book is written with understanding and maturity for students in the school of spiritual warfare who desire victory over the enemy. The prayer points are explosive, the Biblical references are powerful while the approach is thoroughly practical. This is an opportunity to exercise fresh dominion over the enemy and experience resounding victory. This book will teach you how to vomit fire into the territory of the enemy.

Surrounded by Enemies

Author : Bryce Zabel
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What if Kennedy survived Dallas? President John F. Kennedy has lived through the ambush in Dealey Plaza. America holds its collective breath, seeing its president nearly executed in broad daylight. But as the country marches on, the office of the President finds itself under a much more insidious type of fire. Political scandal, an endless war, and a country coming apart at the seams take the 1960’s in a terrifying new direction, and both John and his attorney-general brother, Bobby, struggle to stay ahead of their enemies, political and otherwise, and steer America toward a greater future. Bryce Zabel is a master of the cover-up and the conspiracy, creating the Emmy-award winning series DARK SKIES. SURROUNDED BY ENEMIES is the first novel in the new Breakpoint series—each book exploring seminal moments in popular history and taking readers on a journey into a mirror world where events are both unexpected yet startlingly believable. This savvy, fiercely intelligent novel, perfect for readers of Harry Turtledove, brings together elements of political thriller and page-turning history, enthralling readers with a sharply written take on the America that was, and the America that could have been. WINNER OF THE 2013 SIDEWISE AWARD FOR ALTERNATE HISTORY "I have some experience with shattered timelines and altered realities but this one kept me guessing every page.”—Damon Lindelof, writer/producer of LOST, STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS “Plausible development, building from what we know about what really did go on, and a whacking good story...SURROUNDED BY ENEMIES delivers on both, big-time. So hold on to your hats, folks. You’re in for quite a ride.”—Harry Turtledove, alternative history author, HOW FEW REMAIN

Surrounded by the Enemy

Author : Steve Bruni
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'JOE' was a slave brought into the Mexican county of Texas in 1835. The records show that he was at the Battle of The Alamo. There are a few lines in the records that acknowledge his existence but nothing of his life after. This author decided "Joe" needed more than that, so Joe became a part of the history of Santa Fe and Taos and the future of the Southwest before it became a part of the United States.

The War of the Rebellion v 1 53 serial no 1 111 Formal reports both Union and Confederate of the first seizures of United States property in the southern states and of all military operations in the field with the correspondence orders and returns relating specially thereto 1880 1898 111v

Author : United States. War Department
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Official records produced by the armies of the United States and the Confederacy, and the executive branches of their respective governments, concerning the military operations of the Civil War, and prisoners of war or prisoners of state. Also annual reports of military departments, calls for troops, correspondence between national and state governments, correspondence between Union and Confederate officials. The final volume includes a synopsis, general index, special index for various military divisions, and background information on how these documents were collected and published. Accompanied by an atlas.

Surrounded by Bitterness

Author : Philip D. King
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How did the ancient Hebrew writers understand their emotional experiences of being in distress? Were their feelings similar to those of an English speaker who feels down, or were there other embodied experiences they used to make sense of physical, social, and emotional distress? This research establishes a cognitive linguistic methodology for addressing these questions, and investigates the use of embodied experiences of VERTICALITY, CONSTRAINT, FORCE, DARKNESS, and BAD TASTE in the conventional language of classical Hebrew lament to understand and reason about situations of distress.


Author : Historical Society of Pennsylvania
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Marino Sanudo Torsello The Book of the Secrets of the Faithful of the Cross

Author : Dr Peter Lock
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This is the first full translation of Marino Sanudo Torsello's Secreta fidelium Crucis to be made into English. The work itself is a piece of crusading propaganda following the fall of Acre in 1291, written between 1300 and 1321, but it includes much of historical relevance along with interesting observations on the early history of Jerusalem and the Crusader Kingdom. The translation is based upon the text edited by Jacques Bongars in 1611. There is an introduction that contextualises the book, its author, his sources and his audience. The notes provide essential information to clarify internal textual references and allusions, as well as the role of Biblical references in Sanudo's grand design. The index is designed to make this detailed text usable and accessible. In this, his major work, Sanudo advocated the conquest of Egypt as the means to regain Jerusalem for the Latins and worked through his points with considerable detail alongside references to 13th-century Mediterranean history, especially involving Louis IX of France and Charles of Anjou, king of Naples. Books I and II give considerable detailed discussion of the concept, plan and costs of his proposed crusade. Book III provides an outline history of the crusades and the crusader states. It is derived from a wide-reading of other sources especially of William of Tyre, and, for events after 1184 on the Eracles, the letters of James of Vitry, and Sanudo's own experiences in the east. Throughout, the work contains a staggering amount of cartographical, ethnographical, geographical, and nautical information, as well as numerous unique insights into historical events and personalities of the late 13th century, not only in Outremer but in Western Europe.

Plutarch s Lives

Author : Plutarch
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Bulletins of the campaign compiled from the London gazette Continued as Bulletins of State intelligence c

Author : London gazette
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Plutarch s Lives Translated by John Langhorne and William Langhorne The Seventh Edition Etc

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A Description of the Town and Fortress of Mantua Together with a True and Concise Account of the Military Operations and Events Attending Its Blockade and Siege Till Its Surrender to the French Embellished with Three Engravings Translated from the German

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The Battle of the Berezina

Author : Alexander Mikaberidze
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On 7 September 1812 at Borodino, 75 miles west of Moscow, the armies of the Russian and French empires clashed in one of the climactic battles of the Napoleonic Wars. This horrific—and controversial—contest has fascinated historians ever since. The survival of the Russian army after Borodino was a key factor in Napoleon's eventual defeat and the utter destruction of the French army of 1812. In this thought-provoking new study, Napoleonic historian Alexander Mikaberidze reconsiders the 1812 campaign and retells the terrible story of the Borodino battle as it was seen from the Russian point of view. His original and painstakingly researched investigation of this critical episode in Napoleon's invasion of Russia provides the reader with a fresh perspective on the battle and a broader understanding of the underlying reasons for the eventual Russian triumph.

Stalingrad Battle Atlas Volume IV

Author : Anton Joly
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The New 2017 Revised Edition has been awarded the APMC Cultural Price at the Salon de l'Histoire in Paris. "I can see the Stalingrad sky glowing in the distance." General Erhard Raus, 6th Panzer Division Commander, deploying his troops on the Myshkova River 50 km away from the "cauldron." The Red Army defeated the Wehrmacht against all odds in one of the most dramatic battles in History. How such a miracle has been made possible ? What exactly happened each single day of this titanic struggle ? The fourth volume of the "Stalingrad Battle Atlas" series covers Operation Winter Storm, the German attempt to link up with 6th Army encircled in the Stalingrad pocket. It presents strategic and tactical information, featuring especially designed maps for each day of active operations during this period, along with wartime documents translated from German and Russian. Synthesizing an extremely wide range of documents and information sources, this chronological atlas seeks to reach the maximal degree of precision in describing historical reality, rendering it through a standardized set of instruments: timeline, orders of battle, unit strength returns, tactical or strategic situation maps, contextual photos, quotes from key actors. It can be used as a reference manual for searchers, as well as a guide for those who want to know the basics: Who, When, Where. In 2015 the Russian Federal Archive Agency, in cooperation with the Ministry of Defense, the Russian Historical Society and the German Historical Institute in Moscow publicly released large archival funds of Soviet and German records. This new edition of the Stalingrad Battle Atlas series thus benefits from the most substantial set of available wartime documents. Main Features: o Latest Available Documents from Archives o Tactical & Strategic Maps o Order of Battle & Strength Returns 402 pages A New Perspective of the Legendary Battle on the Volga

The Life of Ten Bears

Author : Francis Joseph Attocknie
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The Life of Ten Bears is a remarkable collection of nineteenth-century Comanche oral histories given by Francis Joseph “Joe A” Attocknie. Although various elements of Ten Bears’s life (ca. 1790–1872) are widely known, including several versions of how the toddler Ten Bears survived the massacre of his family, other parts have not been as widely publicized, remaining instead in the collective memory of his descendants. Other narratives in this collection reference lesser-known family members. These narratives are about the historical episodes that Attocknie’s family thought were worth remembering and add a unique perspective on Comanche society and tradition as experienced through several generations of his family. Kavanagh’s introduction adds context to the personal narratives by discussing the process of transmission. These narratives serve multiple purposes for Comanche families and communities. Some autobiographical accounts, “recounting” brave deeds and war honors, function as validation of status claims, while others illustrate the giving of names; still others recall humorous situations, song-ridicules, slapstick, and tragedies. Such family oral histories quickly transcend specific people and events by restoring key voices to the larger historical narrative of the American West.

The Description of Greece

Author : Pausanias
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The Russian Conquest of the Caucasus

Author : J. F. Baddeley
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Reprint of Baddeley's classic and rare account of the resistance of the North Caucasians under Shamil against the expansion of Tsarist Russia, with a new introduction by Moshe Gammer. Highly relevant to recent developments in the region.

Empire State

Author : Adam Christopher
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THE EMPIRE STATE IS THE OTHER NEW YORK. A parallel-universe, Prohibition-era world of mooks and shamuses that is the twisted magic mirror to our bustling Big Apple, a place where sinister characters lurk around every corner while the great superheroes that once kept the streets safe have fallen into dysfunctional rivalries and feuds. Not that its colourful residents know anything about the real New York… until detective Rad Bradley makes a discovery that will change the lives of all its inhabitants. Playing on the classic Gotham conventions of the Batman comics and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, debut author Adam Christopher has spun this smart and fast-paced superhero-noir adventure, the sort of souped-up thrill ride that will excite genre fans and general readers alike. File Under: Science Fiction [ Pocket Universe | Heroes or Villains | Speak Easy | Loyalties Divided ] e-book ISBN: 978-0-85766-194-4

Transactions During the Reign of Queen Anne

Author : Charles Hamilton
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History of England

Author : John Oldmixon
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Surrounded by Dangers of All Kinds

Author : Theodore Laidley
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As a young army officer during the War with Mexico, Laidley commanded a field battery at Cerro Gordo and was instrumental in defending Pueblo against Santa Anna. His war letters to his father from 1845-48 reveal his low opinion of volunteer soldiers, cynicism about military promotions, and concerns over his physical and spiritual health. McCaffrey (history, U. of Houston) leaves Laidley's spelling and grammar intact, but introduces paragraph breaks. He briefly discusses the officer's life before and after the war. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR