The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: Official Game Guide by Bethesda
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Overview: Find Your Path
* Detailed maps for every part of the world and every major city, plus special maps for every key section of the main quest.
* Specific chapters on how to create your character and maximize your abilities and skills.
* Over 300 full-color pages packed with information on everything you need to know about the massive gameworld of Oblivion.
* Walkthroughs for every quest in the game, including the main quest, all faction quests, as well as miscellaneous and freeform quests.
* Sections on various gameplay systems including stealth, combat, magic, enchanting, alchemy, and more.
* Detailed bestiary chapter to help you best deal with the denizens of Tamriel and Oblivion.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General
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Pimsleur – German – I, II, III, IV, V, PLUS (Complete Course)
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Panzerkampfwagen IV Medium Tank 1936-45 through Bryan Perrett
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Evaluate: The PzKpfw IV used to be necessarily an built-in improve weapon, and its involvement in WWII is hard to split from the tale of the Panzerwaffe as a complete. An impressive and strong combating device, the PzKpfw IV used to be equipped to more than a few allies of Germany, and remained in carrier with the Spanish and Finnish armies for a while after the top of the conflict. Within the glory years of 1942-43 the PzKpfw IV used to be the mainstay of the Panzerwaffe, and Bryan Perrett’s in-depth exam of this prolific combating device does complete justice to the attention-grabbing historical past and technical main points of some of the biggest armoured automobiles ever to have fought.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past
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From Eve to Daybreak by Marilyn French (A Historical past of Girls within the World Quantity IV: Origins, Guide 4)
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Overview: The conclusion of the "outstanding" four-volume historical past by the New York Occasions-bestselling creator of The Girls’s Room (Publishers Weekly).
Within the twentieth century, girls turned a pressure for change, partly by means of suffrage, and partly by means of mass organizing. This ultimate quantity of Marilyn French’s wide-ranging survey affords a vibrant historical past of a number of political revolutions in addition to the century’s horrors-including genocides and the atom bomb. It ends with a considerate investigation into the varied indigenous feminist actions all through the world and asks what these peaceable revolutions would possibly augur for the longer term.
Eschewing simple solutions, French means that the defining ethical moments of the twenty-first century ought to, and can, construct from a worldwide human rights agenda.
Style: Non-Fiction > Historical past
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George IV: The Rebel Who Would be King by Christopher Hibbert
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.35MB | Retail
Overview: Hibbert delivers a superbly detailed picture of the life and times of George IV including his exorbitant spending on his homes, his clothes, and his women; his patronage of the arts; his ‘illegal’ marriage to Catholic Mrs Fitzherbert, and lesser known facts such as his generous charity donations and his witty one-liners, including one he uttered when he met his bride-to-be (Caroline of Brunswick) for the first time: ‘Harris, I am not well, fetch me a brandy.’
George IV was the son of George III (who went insane and inspired ‘The Madness of King George’) and was the founder of the prestigious King’s College in London.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biography | History
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Panzer IV at War 1939-1945 (Images of War) by Paul Thomas
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Overview: With comprehensive captions and text this superb book tells the story of the production of the Panzer IV to the key battles in Poland, France, North Africa, Italy, Russia and North West Europe. Initially the Panzer IV was designed as an infantry support tank, but soon proved to be so diverse and effective that it earned a unique tactical role on the battlefield. The book shows how the Panzer IV evolved and describes how the Germans carefully utilized all available reserves and resources into building numerous variants that went into production and saw action on the battlefield. It depicts how these formidable tanks were adapted and up-gunned to face the ever increasing enemy threat. Between 1936 and 1945, over 8,000 Panzer IV’s were built. For most of the war this tank was a match for its opponents’ heavy tanks and quickly and effectively demonstrated its superiority on the battlefield. The Panzer IV was the only German tank to remain in production during the war. Its chassis was converted into more models than any other Panzers that entered service. As well as the various prototype projects and command tanks, observation vehicles, ammunition carriers, recovery vehicles, amphibious armoured ferry vehicles that saw service, the book will show a multiple of converted anti-tank propelled vehicles.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History
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U-Boat! Vol. IV by Harry Cooper
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Overview: World War Two first person German U-Boat (submarine) veterans’ memories of the Battle of the Atlantic.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs | History
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