On July 7, 2005, bombs exploded on underground trains and a bus. Four men carrying homemade bombs got blamed. But all was not what it seemed. Joab Rackham, an investigative journalist uncovers a much more sinister scenario, one that governments want to keep hidden at all costs.
April 1945. Obergefreiter Karl Meisner has survived five years of a war he didn’t want. He fears he won’t reach his 26th birthday, but helping one of the young recruits gives him a reason to keep going, and soon they surrender to the Allies at Tangermünde. In an English prison camp, Karl's life unexpectedly blooms when he meets Nathaniel Cyfer - a British officer and an expatriate German Jew.
I hope that this book enlightens everyone to the horror of the system. I hope that it opens the eyes of those whose stories are in this book to see their ridiculous behaviors and to rethink their lives. Maybe if they read actual accounts of some of the things that they have said and/or done they will see what fools they have made of themselves.
This book recounts Pyerse’s experience inside Herlong and at the halfway house where he was sent to readjust to society. To successfully restart his life, he first had to survive the pettiness, dehumanization, and psychological bondage of the prison camp. Then he had to overcome his own personal emotional challenges, and somehow use the exclusion from family and friends to his advantage.
After a nuclear incident in Pakistan, two agents of the Canadian Intelligence Service disappear during a covert operation in South Korea. They end up in a prison camp in North Korea, where they are being tortured so they can reveal top secret intelligence.
Marianne Jerke-Hofmann was born in May, 1917 in Berlin, Germany during the height of World War I. Perhaps her birth at such a tumultuous time, prior to the new birth of Berlin, played an important role in shaping her equally tumultuous personality.
Marianne survived the First World War and struggled through the Second, even finding employment that benefitted the rise of the Third Reich.
This publication helps first time offenders prepare for prison. It outlines the ten primary causes of violence that occurs in prison and helps individuals avoid being a victim of prison violence. This publication also serves as a deterrent for anyone that might be engaging in deviant behaviors that might lead them to prison. The book is for ages 12 and up.
Abraham Watsen loves space. This love took him from awkward beginnings to the realization of working for NASA. However, the pursuit of his dream to be a part of a manned mission to Mars is disrupted when a beloved uncle is killed and his father irreparably wounded by a Neo Nazi madman who is hunting scientists. Determined to protect his father, Abe finds a way to put this madman away for good.
Эту книгу я начал писать в 1931 году, находясь в тюремном заключении в Верхнеуральском политическом изоляторе.В тюрьму я попал после ареста в 1930 году по делу Союзного Бюро РСДРП. До революции я получил прекрасное образование на математических факультетах сначала Киевского Императорского им.Св. Владимир, а затем Санкт – Петербургского Императорского Университетов, который закончил в 1913 году.
After escaping from the World of the Unknowns, Bradley and Megan find out they have not been missed at home. What is worse, they have somehow acquired a rotten reputation both at home and at school. While trying to regain the trust of their parents and teachers, the children figure out who has acted on their part while they’ve been gone and design plans to rescue others from the Unknowns.