Jonathan Kellerman Audiobooks Collection – 45 Unabridged Books

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Ramit Sethi – Braintrust Interview #45 – Esther Perel

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Submarine 1939-45 by Jean Hood

Submarine: An anthology of firsthand accounts of the war under the sea, 1939-45 by Jean Hood
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.9 MB
Overview: Submarine’ is almost certainly the first book to bring together eye-witness accounts from almost every navy that deployed submarines in WW2, and it is far more than an account of WW2 missions. With self-deprecating modesty, humour, pride, sadness and sometimes bitterness, submariners from Britain, Germany, the USA, Italy, France, the former USSR and Yugoslavia, Norway, Greece, Poland, the Netherlands and Japan describe every facet of operational submarine life, from firing torpedoes, the illicit distillation of alcohol, going to the toilet in heavy weather, rescuing a cat and how to treat appendicitis, to the terrifying experiences of being depth-charged, disposing of a bomb, escaping a doomed boat and planting charges beneath an enemy warship.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Patton’s Peers 1944-45 by John A. English

Patton’s Peers: The Forgotten Allied Field Army Commanders of the Western Front, 1944-45 by John A. English
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 9.3MB
Overview: Through the force of his personality and the headline-grabbing advance of his U.S. Third Army, General George S. Patton has eclipsed the other six men who, like him, led field armies in the great Allied campaign to liberate northwest Europe in 1944-45. Certain to rank among the classics of World War II history like Eisenhower’s Lieutenants by Russell Weigley, Patton’s Peers presents a masterful reassessment of the eleven-month struggle from D-Day to Germany’s surrender, shedding long overdue light on the contributions of these forgotten Allied field army commanders.

Seasoned military historian John A. English unearths the vital roles played by these six generals. As the leader of an army of several hundred thousand troops, each had to plan operations days and weeks in advance, coordinate air support and assess intelligence, give orders to corps commanders, manage a staff of sometimes difficult subordinates, and deal with superiors like Eisenhower, Bradley, and Montgomery. Some performed less ably than the rest while others rivalled Patton in their achievements. All deserve to be lifted from Patton’s shadow.
Genre: Non-fiction | History

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US Destroyers 1934-45 through Dave McComb

US Destroyers 1934-45: Pre-war categories (Osprey New Vanguard 162) through Dave McComb
Requirements: .PDF reader, 2.eight MB
Overview: The US Navy’s most present destroyers because it entered World War II had been 100 ships from 11 categories offered within the 1930s: 1,500-tonners and 1,850-ton destroyer leaders designed to adapt to the 1930 London Naval Treaty, plus the successor 1,570-ton Sims elegance and the first-commissioned 1,620- and 1,630-tonners of the Benson and Gleaves categories. Collectively, those destroyers carried the Navy in the course of the battle’s first 12 months when the end result used to be unsure: whilst maximum 1,500-tonners and leaders had been assigned to entrance line accountability within the Pacific sooner than being relegated to secondary assignments, the later Bensons and Gleaves was the usual destroyers for Atlantic and Mediterranean operations and remained outstanding within the Pacific all the way through the battle. This quantity describes the interesting design tale at the back of those developmental categories – from the restrictions of peacetime treaties to advances in propulsion engineering and wartime changes. With an operational evaluate in their carrier and tables record all 169 ships through elegance, builder, and preliminary squadron, this can be a definitive information to the pre-war US destroyer categories.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Aquaman #45

Aquaman #45
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Art Reveal – No. 45 2019

Art Reveal – No. 45 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 29 MB
Overview: Art Reveal Magazine is dedicated to promote and publish independent artists from all countries and all genres of visual art. Each issue of the magazine will present a several contemporary artist portfolios and their artistic statments. Interviews and articles will help artists to promote their works to a broad publicity.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Fighter Command 1939-45

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French Battleships 1914-45 (New Vanguard)


French Battleships 1914-45 (New Vanguard)
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German Destroyers 1939-45 by Gordon Williamson

German Destroyers 1939-45 (Osprey New Leading edge 91) by means of Gordon Williamson
Necessities: .PDF reader, 1.eight MB
Assessment: The German destroyer fleet of International Conflict II consisted of 9 categories: the Diether Von Roeder Elegance, the Leberecht Maas Elegance and the wartime categories Z23, Z35, Z37, Z40, Z43, Z46 and Z52. Those vessels, although fewer in quantity than the British destroyer fleet, tended to be a lot larger and extra robust than their allied opposite numbers. They served their nation neatly in operations within the Channel, North Sea, the A long way North and within the rescue of civilians from East Prussia throughout the overall days of the battle. This name describes their design, building and operational use from the fjords of Narvik to the overall days of the battle.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past

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French Battleships 1914-45 (New Vanguard)


French Battleships 1914-45 (New Leading edge)
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Panther Medium Tank 1942-45 by Stephen A Hart

Panther Medium Tank 1942-45 (Osprey New Leading edge 67) by means of Stephen A Hart
Necessities: .PDF reader, 2.five MB
Evaluate: The Panzerkampfwagen V Panther is likely one of the best-known German tanks in lifestyles and is thought of as one of the most largest tanks of Global Warfare II. When in June of 1941, Germany invaded Russia, Panzertruppe encountered KV sequence and T-34/76 tanks, a ways awesome in firepower and armour coverage to any Panzer in provider on the time. It used to be subsequently determined to design a brand new extra tough medium tank, which might be temporarily put into manufacturing. This guide main points the outcome, the Medium Combat Tank, to be had for provider in January 1943. Later fashions ensured that it become one of the crucial feared tanks of WWII.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past

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Tiger 1 Heavy Tank 1942 – 45 by Tom Jentz +

Tiger 1 Heavy Tank 1942 – 45 (New Leading edge) by means of Tom Jentz, Hilary Doyle, Peter Sarson
Necessities: .PDF reader, 41 MB
Evaluation: Some of the well-known tank of the Global Battle II, the Tiger I used to be firstly conceived in 1941 according to the German Military’s enjoy in preventing British tanks and anti-tank weapons in Western Europe and the North African wasteland. Following the invasion of Russia, the semblance of the Soviet T-34 and KW tanks lent an additional impetus to the programme. The Tiger’s energy and function at the battlefield is emphasized by means of tables of related efficiency during the e book, which obviously display the battlefield survivability of the Tiger and its superiority to many allied tank designs. This complete and very detailed textual content is accompanied by means of a wonderful number of black and white images appearing the tank in use.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past

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British Forces Motorcycles 1925-45

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