Remembering Who We Are by Pia Smith Orleane+ +

Remembering Who We Are: Laarkmaa’s Guidance on Healing the Human Condition by Pia Smith Orleane, Cullen Baird Smith
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Overview: Laarkmaa is a loving group of Pleiadians who are dedicated to the evolution of humanity. In Remembering Who We Are, Laarkmaa shares revelatory insights on how we can heal ourselves from all of our discomfort and disease. Guiding us towards unimaginable possibilities, Laarkmaa shares wisdom about the nature of energy, the polarities of fear and love, our life purpose, the power of speech, the illusion of time, how to heal our relationships, and how we can manifest a better world. Each truth they share builds upon a preceding insight, until we are ultimately given all of the tools we need to heal ourselves and our world. The reader arrives at the end of the journey to find a series of choices. Will we, individually and collectively, make the right choices for our own evolution?
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy > Spiritual Self-help

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Remembering Woolworth’s by Karen Plunkett-Powell

Remembering Woolworth’s: A Nostalgic History of the World’s Most Famous Five-And-Dime by Karen Plunkett-Powell
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Overview: Millions of Americans have fond memories of shopping at Woolworth’s, wandering the aisles in search of a humble spool Woolco thread, festive Christmas decorations, a goldfish or parakeet, or a blue bottle of Evening in Paris perfume.

And who could forget the special treat of grilled-cheese sandwich or ice-cream sundae at the famous lunch counter? These and countless other memories are celebrated in Remembering Woolworth’s. Packed with photos, first-hand remembrances, vivid anecdotes, and a lively, well-researched narrative, the book tells the story of how a poor potato farmer named Frank Woolworth created a merchandising empire that touched the lives of Americans in small towns, big cities, and everywhere in between.

Chapters cover the store’s humble beginnings, surviving the Great Depression, the civil rights sit-ins, Woolworth’s around the globe, the popularity of Woolworth’s collectibles, and much more.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History > Woolworths

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Remembering Television by Kate Darian-Smith, Sue Turnbull

Remembering Television: Histories, Technologies, Memories by Kate Darian-Smith, Sue Turnbull
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Overview: This path-breaking book extends our knowledge of the social and cultural impacts of television, asking new questions about the ways television’s technologies and programming have been experienced, understood and remembered. Television has served as a companion to the historical events that have unfolded in our everyday lives both on and off the screen, and its presence is intricately bound up in our memories of the past and actions in the present. As this volume demonstrates, the influence of television over individual and family behaviours, national identity and ideas of global citizenship is complex and wide-ranging. Drawing upon recent developments in memory studies, history, media and cultural studies, and with particular reference to Australia, leading scholars explore the histories of television, and how its programs and personalities have been celebrated, recalled with nostalgia or simply forgotten. Topics covered include the prefiguring of television; memories of the struggle for transmission in remote locations; the transnational experience of television for immigrant communities; the evocation of television programs through spin-off products; televised war reportage and censorship; and the value of ‘unofficial’ television archives such as You Tube. As a whole, these essays offer a striking and original examination of the connections between history, memory and television in today’s world.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Remembering the German Democratic Republic by David Clarke+

Remembering the German Democratic Republic: Divided Memory in a United Germany by David Clarke, Ute Wölfel
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Overview: This interdisciplinary volume provides a range of perspectives on the collective memory of the German Democratic Republic in contemporary Germany. Individual essays examine the controversial commemoration of the victims of state socialism, memories of the GDR state’s institutions (e.g. The National People’s Army and the State Security Police), museums and the debates they inspire, the memories of the GDR’s former elites, memories of everyday life in the GDR, and the contested legacies of antifascism and socialism. Taken as a whole, the collection explores the parallels between coming to terms with the GDR past and continuing debates about memories of National Socialism.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Remembering Pearl Harbor by means of Robert S. La Forte

Remembering Pearl Harbor: Eyewitness Accounts by means of U.S. Military Men and Women by means of Robert S. La Forte, Ronald E. Marcello
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Overview: Many books had been written in regards to the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor, an unheard of tournament that introduced the United States into World War II. But here’s a uncommon compilation of eyewitness accounts by means of those that in fact survived the bombing on December 7, 1941. This ebook is their tale. Not the reputable model from the highest brass, however the riveting, clear-as-yesterday accounts of the peculiar squaddies, sailors, airmen, nurses, chaplains, and other halves who had been at Pearl Harbor, going about their customary lives that fateful Sunday morning. From the burning deck of the Tennessee within the inferno of Battleship Row, from the airfields, from the hospitals, and from the Navy Yard dry docks come the chilling and unforgettable tales of those courageous women and men.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering…


Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything
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Remembering Survival by Christopher R. Browning

Remembering Survival: Inside a Nazi Slave-Labor Camp by Christopher R. Browning
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Overview: A remarkable story of survival for almost three hundred Jews who live to recount the brutalities of a Nazi work camp.

In 1972 the Hamburg State Court acquitted Walter Becker, the German chief of police in the Polish city of Starachowice, of war crimes committed against Jews. Thirty years before, Becker had been responsible for liquidating the nearby Jewish ghetto, sending nearly 4,000 Jews to their deaths at Treblinka and 1,600 to slave-labor factories. The shocking acquittal, delivered despite the incriminating eyewitness testimony of survivors, drives this author’s inquiry.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Remembering: What 50 Years of Research with Famous Amnesia Patient H.M. Can Teach Us About Memory and How It Works

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Remembering by Donald G. MacKay

Remembering: What 50 Years of Research with Famous Amnesia Patient H.M. Can Teach Us About Memory and How It Works by Donald G. MacKay
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Overview: The psychologist who worked with a famous amnesiac patient for fifty years explains what his studies show about how memory functions and ways to keep the brain sharp.

At age twenty-seven, Henry Molaison underwent brain surgery to remedy life-threatening epilepsy. This operation inadvertently destroyed his hippocampus, the engine in the brain for forming new memories. Henry-until recently, known only as Patient H.M.-suffered catastrophic memory failures for the rest of his life and he became the most studied amnesia patient in the history of the world.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical > Diseases & Physical Ailments > Epilepsy

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Remembering Partition: Violence, Nationalism And History In …

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