The Chocolate Bible: The Definitive Sourcebook, With Over by Christian Teubner

By Christian Teubner

The Chocolate Bible explores the historical past of cocoa and making chocolate in addition to a range of recipes for chocolate sweets, truffles, beverages, and a few strange major classes. you could indulge your ardour for chocolate with this visually remarkable and finished publication.

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Lifelong Learning Participation in a Changing Policy by Ellen Boeren

By Ellen Boeren

Drawing at the function of people, schooling and coaching services and nations' social coverage activities, and borrowing insights from psychology, sociology and economics, this e-book works in the direction of an interdisciplinary conception of grownup lifelong studying participation. It explores the fragmented facts of why adults do or don't perform grownup lifelong studying actions and makes a speciality of the relevance of coverage, the social personality and anticipated advantages of lifelong studying participation and discusses the aptitude implications for coverage, perform and research.

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Greece and Rome by Metropolitan Museum

By Metropolitan Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of paintings. Greece and Rome provides the Metropolitan Museums collections of classical artwork, which diversity from early Cycladic items — relationship from approximately 2700 B.C. — to works created in Rome on the time of the conversion to Christianity of the emperor Constantine in A.D. 312. one of the very important examples of Greek artwork awarded during this quantity are the Cycladic Harp participant, made in approximately 2700 B.C. Cypriot sarcophagi from the 5th century B.C. an Attic kouros from the 6th century B.C. Roman paintings is represented by means of examples of past due republican wall portray, silver, and glass, and through portrait busts or statues of her emperors, their consort and kin, in addition to of nameless citizens—giving us a vast photo of the types and attitudes favourite in the course of Romes lengthy heritage.

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Phantom Soldier: The Enemy's Answer to U.S. Firepower by H. John Poole

By H. John Poole

Phantom Soldier: The Enemy's resolution to U.S. Firepower won't please those that have completely got into the concept wars are gained and casualties constrained via know-how. Nor will it make more than happy those that imagine the victor's model of historical past is usually right. yet in 2011, all these answerable for America's protection should still learn it. in truth, it can be the easiest treatise on Oriental conflict ever produced within the West. good researched and illustrated, it sheds new gentle on what an japanese infantry unit can do in strive against: (1) exchange among guerrilla, cellular, and positional conflict; (2) use "ordinary forces" to interact and "extraordinary forces" to overcome an opponent; after which (3) run away while scuffling with holds not more strategic import. whereas what happened in background doesn't switch, one's notion of it does -- as he involves greater comprehend his former adversary. a longtime authority on small- unit strategies and the japanese notion method, this writer explains intimately what quite happened at Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, the Chosin Reservoir, Hue urban, and different Vietnam battlefields. it's going to look that America's former adversaries were utilizing strategic retreat and tactical withdrawal not just to avoid wasting their very own squaddies lives, but additionally to undermine U.S. get to the bottom of. via revealing how Asian squaddies may carry their very own with none resupply, tanks, artillery, or air aid, Phantom Soldier indicates what U.S. squaddies needs to do to outlive the extra deadly weaponry of the twenty first century. released simply ahead of September 11, this can be an exhilarating learn that are supposed to now not be overlooked.

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