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    Soviet Conquest: Berlin 1945



    Soviet Conquest: Berlin 1945
    Tony Le Tissier, "Soviet Conquest: Berlin 1945"
    ISBN: 147382110X | 2014 | True PDF | 240 pages | 134 MB


    Berlin: The Downfall, 1945


    Berlin: The Downfall, 1945

    Antony Beevor, "Berlin: The Downfall, 1945"
    2010 | ISBN: 0141032391 | EPUB, MOBI | 489 pages | 24 MB


    Berlin The Downfall, 1945





    Berlin The Downfall, 1945

    Antony Beevor, "Berlin: The Downfall, 1945"
    2010 | ISBN: 0141032391 | EPUB, MOBI | 489 pages | 24 MB


    The Eastern Front: Barbarossa, Stalingrad, Kursk and Berlin 1941-1945 (The Campaigns of World War II)



    The Eastern Front: Barbarossa, Stalingrad, Kursk and Berlin 1941-1945 (The Campaigns of World War II)
    The Eastern Front: Barbarossa, Stalingrad, Kursk and Berlin 1941-1945 (The Campaigns of World War II)
    MBI Publishing Company | 2001 | ISBN: 076030923X | English | 264 pages | PDF | 68.4 MB


    Logistics Matters and the U.S. Army in Occupied Germany, 1945-1949


    Logistics Matters and the U.S. Army in Occupied Germany, 1945-1949

    Logistics Matters and the U.S. Army in Occupied Germany, 1945-1949 by Lee Kruger
    English | 5 Dec. 2016 | ISBN: 3319388355 | 290 Pages | PDF | 3.3 MB

    This book examines the U. S. Army's presence in Germany after the Nazi regime's capitulation in May 1945. This presence required the pursuit of two stated missions: to secure German borders, and to establish an occupation government within the assigned U.S. zone and sector of Berlin. Both missions required logistics support, a critical aspect often understated in existing scholarship. The security mission, covered by the combat troops, declined between 1945 and 1948,


    While Berlin Burns The Memoirs of Hans-Georg von Studnitz



    While Berlin Burns The Memoirs of Hans-Georg von Studnitz

    While Berlin Burns: The Memoirs of Hans-Georg von Studnitz by Hans-Georg von Studnitz
    English | 16 Jun. 2011 | ISBN: 1848326173 | 256 Pages | EPUB (True) | 8.38 MB

    From 1943 to 1945, while his world was deafened by the sounds of war as Germany fought on hopelessly, Hans-Georg von Studnitz from his vantage point in the German Foreign Office Press and Information Section recorded the day-to-day events in Berlin.


    History of a Scientific Publishing House



    History of a Scientific Publishing House

    History of a Scientific Publishing House: Part 1: 1842 - 1945. Foundation - Maturation - Adversity: 1842-1945 - Foundation, Maturation, Adversity Pt. 1 by Heinz Sarkowski
    English | 7 Oct. 1996 | ISBN: 3540615601 | 463 Pages | PDF | 33 MB

    On the 10th of May 1842, his 25th birthday, the Berlin bookseller Julius Springer opened his own bookstore and at the same time began a career as a publisher.


    Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History


    Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History

    TTC Video - Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History
    Course No. 8576 | .M4V, AVC, 2000 kbps, 640x360 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 8.14 GB
    Lecturer: Richard Kurin, Ph.D.

    The Smithsonian is a repository of America's history, achievements, aspirations, and identity. It holds the artifacts of great leaders, and those of ordinary Americans. It houses scientific specimens and technological wonders. It is home to art, music, films, writings-a vast treasure trove of objects of extraordinary beauty and outstanding design. With a collection of some 137 million items in more than two dozen museums and research centers, the Smithsonian brings our national epic to life as nothing else can.

    Full Description

    Consider these examples of its riches:

    George Washington's simple but elegant army uniform and sword;
    Thomas Jefferson's Bible, which he compiled by hand so he could study the Gospels in four different languages;
    The chairs where Generals Lee and Grant sat when they concluded the surrender that ended the Civil War;
    Jacqueline Kennedy's stunning silk gown, worn at the inaugural balls for President John F. Kennedy; and
    The spacesuit that protected Neil Armstrong when he took his "one small step" on the Moon.

    Such outstanding holdings are the reason a tour of the Smithsonian museums is an American tradition-a pilgrimage made by 31 million visitors every year. They come to be enthralled, to be moved, and above all to learn-motivated by the institution's mission to promote the increase and diffusion of knowledge.

    That worthy goal is also the purpose of The Great Courses, and it has inspired a unique partnership: The Great Courses and the Smithsonian are collaborating to bring the Smithsonian museums to you. In an unprecedented move, curators have taken objects out of their cases and brought them to our lecture room to give you special access to treasures that collectively represent the American experience.

    Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History showcases 20 authentic historic objects along with detailed replicas and photographs of almost 100 other artifacts and exhibits. Together, these evocative items tell the story of America, its people, and its diverse cultures in 24 lavishly illustrated half-hour lectures.

    Your guide is the distinguished scholar, administrator, and bestselling author, Dr. Richard Kurin, Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture at the Smithsonian. Among his many responsibilities, Dr. Kurin oversees most of the Smithsonian's national museums, libraries, and archives, making him the curator of the country's greatest treasures-and the ideal host for this remarkable survey.

    A History Course Like No Other

    In addition to historic objects, Experiencing America includes maps, portraits, recordings, videos, and demonstration models. The result is an American history course like no other. Along with history, you get a behind-the-scenes look at the work of curators, conservators, and other professionals who are preserving our nation's heritage.

    Experiencing America is ideal preparation for anyone planning to visit the Smithsonian. And for those who can't make the trip, this course brings the Smithsonian to you, providing an immensely rewarding twelve-hour journey through the past. It starts more than 15,000 years ago with some of the oldest human artifacts found in North America. Your tour continues to Plymouth Rock, the Pacific Northwest with Lewis and Clark, the Moon and back, and even to the Land of Oz, thanks to Dorothy's famous ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the 1939 movie.

    The showpieces of the course are a selection of original artifacts, which Dr. Kurin presents after donning a pair of archival gloves. These historic treasures include:

    Star-Spangled Banner: Dr. Kurin shows and discusses a fragment of the renowned flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the national anthem. The original flag measured 30 by 42 feet and is now on display at the National Museum of American History.
    Slave shackles: The new National Museum of African American History and Culture has a pair of iron shackles that were used to restrain enslaved Africans on their ocean passage to America. The set held by Dr. Kurin is unusually small because it was worn by a child.
    Bell telephone: Dr. Kurin demonstrates how an early cup-shaped telephone was used as a transmitter by speaking into it and as a receiver by then holding it to the ear. Along with many other inventions, it resides in the National Museum of American History.
    Sitting Bull's drawing book: The victorious Indian chief at the Battle of Little Big Horn made a book of drawings that depict his deeds as a warrior. This fascinating set of sketches is housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
    Apollo 8 glove: The first humans to travel beyond Earth's orbit were the three astronauts who orbited the Moon aboard Apollo 8 in 1968. Dr. Kurin shows a spacesuit glove worn by one of them. It resides in the National Air and Space Museum.

    And Dr. Kurin brings out more than a dozen other original items, each telling an exceptional story.

    Nearly Limitless Treasures

    Many people are surprised by the number of facilities that comprise the Smithsonian-from the museums lining the National Mall, such as American History, Natural History, American Indian, Air and Space, and African American History; to those beyond, including the National Portrait Gallery, National Zoo, American Art Museum, and the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

    Experiencing America draws on all of these resources and more. For example, from the National Museum of American History, you focus on such items as these:

    Sutter's Mill gold flake: Weighing less than 0.09g, this tiny gold flake found at a California sawmill in 1848 launched the California Gold Rush-a great wave of migration that opened a momentous new chapter of American history.
    Lincoln's hat: Our tallest president, Abraham Lincoln, liked to wear a stovepipe hat that increased his height even more. Tragically, the hat in the Smithsonian's collection was worn by Lincoln on the night of his assassination at Ford's Theater.
    Bugle from USS Maine: The Spanish-American War was incited by the mysterious explosion of the U.S. warship Maine in Havana harbor in 1898. Among the recovered artifacts, the Smithsonian has a bugle, possibly the one playing "Taps" moments before the blast.
    Berlin Wall fragment: The Cold War that pitted the Soviet bloc against the democratic West lasted from 1945 until 1989, when the symbol of communist tyranny, the Berlin Wall, was dismantled by protestors. The Smithsonian has a piece.
    Julia Child's kitchen: When renowned chef Julia Child retired in 2001, the Smithsonian acquired her kitchen-sink and all! The meticulously recreated room is popular with cooking enthusiasts, who admire its well-equipped but homey character.

    From the National Museum of Natural History, you learn the story of Martha, the last surviving passenger pigeon, who died in 1914. You also chart the glittering career of the Hope Diamond, which arrived at the Smithsonian in 1958 inside an ordinary U.S. Mail parcel like the one Dr. Kurin proudly displays.

    He also shows Marian Anderson's mink coat, which is in the collection of the Anacostia Community Museum. A virtuoso African-American singer, Anderson wore the coat for a celebrated 1939 performance that took place on the National Mall when she was denied a concert hall in segregated Washington, D.C. You also see portraits from the National Portrait Gallery, including those of Pocahontas, George Washington, and Frederick Douglass.

    Among the objects you explore from the National Museum of the American Indian is a towering totem pole carved by a contemporary Native American artist. And you discover that the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on Manhattan's upper east side is itself an artifact-the mansion of steel baron turned philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.

    The treasures are almost limitless, and so is the deeper insight you gain into American history. But the most moving moment in Experiencing America comes when Dr. Kurin turns to relics from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The objects include a crash-scarred logbook owned by a flight attendant aboard one of the hijacked airliners; the crumpled door of a New York City fire engine, found in the rubble of the World Trade Center; and a fireman's crowbar, also recovered from the site.

    "Simple object, but part of a big story," reflects Dr. Kurin. "And when you're in intimate proximity to one of these objects, as I am now, you have a link to that sweeping story. History is not distant. It's not a stranger."


    Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History
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    Sniper Elite (2006/MULTI2/RePack by Seraph1)


    Sniper Elite (2006/MULTI2/RePack by Seraph1)
    Sniper Elite (2006/MULTI2/RePack by Seraph1)
    PC | ENG/RUS | Developer: Rebellion Software | Publisher: Namco Hometek | Year: 2006 | 2.56 GB
    Genre: Action (Shooter) / 3D / 3rd Person / Stealth

    Spring 1945. The horrors of the Second World coming to an end ... The Soviet and German troops met in a bloody battle for Berlin. The last hope of the Nazis - the work to build an atomic bomb.


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    Description:1945: The red army stands at the gates of Berlin. In their desperation the Nazis turn to the most obscure Scientists. Through cruel experiments a new secret Weapon has been created - unstoppable and alive. A Russian attack destroys the lab, but the weapon - buried underneath the ruins - is immortal. Lost in time, it lurks in the darkness, only to return again. 2012: Punk-Rock legend Spike Jones leads a group of friends into the ruins of the old Nazi Lab. The complex shall be cleaned up for the reunion concert of his band. Believing they would help a poor soul, they free the beast from its prison. But the creature of the Nazis does not know about thankfulness. Again the smell of blood fills the old laboratories and screams of terror echo through the darkness. As now, the Werewolf starts his war against humanity.


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