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A Trip Through Hell To Rediscover Heaven Personal Journey Journal The Politsaint
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This Journal is a tool help to navigate your personal journey of self.
ABOUT HANS Hans Borchardt
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Hans, a chemist at DuPont, discovered the first commercial use for rare earth chemicals, a business opportunity bungled by this great company. The story starts by telling about this event for the first time, then reverts to events leading thereto beginning with an early upbringing in Germany damaged by Nazism, of being raised on the streets of 1940's New York in a "West Side Story" environment, of contributing to the raising of five beautiful and capable daughters and of creative careers in science, business and teaching --- including the development of an analytical method that bears his name, the "Borchardt-Daniels Method", and producing the first ferroelectric laser ---in building t ...
AEROGRAMMES FROM ISRAEL Fred and Beverly Scharf
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Original aerogramme letters from Fred and Beverly Scharf sent to their parents in New Jersey and Wisconsin, detailing their experiences with life after immigrating to Israel in the 70's.
AFTERMATH- "What On Earth Is This World Coming 2" Thomas Welch
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Alison, My Aim Is True Kait Hager
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I met Alison a year ago, in a bitterly cold New England winter. I wrote a poem a day for the first 25 days and nearly one a week after that. She has invaded my writing in a way no one else has ever done, as if I've been consumed by her very existence. For our anniversay, I complied nearly 50 poems that weren't the worst and presented them to her in a collection I called "Alison, My Aim Is True." (She'll glare at me for making that particular Elvis Costello reference, but I couldn't not take that oppurtunity when it presented itself.) In 23 years, I have never felt this way, not even about the girl in the first grade who gave me an acorn under the oak tree in the school parking lot. I swo ...
Allie Went Rogue: How Being An Outlier Helped Me Think Clearly and Live Fully by Allison Ross
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Like everyone, Allie spent her formative years trying to discover who she was. But life decided there were going to be exceptions to the rule, not least of which was a devastating illness at the age of sixteen. From her sheltered childhood, to an unusually progressive college experience… An early musical talent that blossomed into a diversified career... And getting her fifteen minutes of TV fame... Every word of this book is true, even the parts that are unbelievable. "Cool. I'd read the h*ll out of that" - Galen W. "How is your book going?" - Keith S., at least weekly "I don't read, but I'd probably get through 7 or 8 pages of it. As long as it's not about other books." - ...
Almost a Baby Boomer Linn Clawson
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This volume tells the story of the author's early life, from his birth on July 20, 1945 until his family relocated before his 16th birthday from California to Reno, Nevada in 1961. The narrative roughly follows a chronological sequence, but not rigidly, because it subdivides the sequence into categories that sometimes meld into the whole timespan of the story. The audience for the book is mostly family, but anyone interested in what it was like to grow up mostly in a small (at that time) northern California community followed by four years in San Francisco may also find the story of interest. Interwoven throughout the narrative are many photographs and supplemental documents from the aut ...
American by Choice - 3rd Edition Eberhard L. Bulach
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Eberhard "Ebbie" Bulach left war-torn Germany in 1951 at the age of 17 years to start a new life in the United States. He lived with his uncle and aunt in St. Paul, Minnesota. Relatives and new friends helped Ebbie assimilate into the American culture. Ebbie worked in the concrete construction business and as a machinist until striking out on his own. Eberhard and his wife, Erné, built a successful construction business during his career and they generously sponsor and promote activities that unite German and American cultures and friendships. A portion of the sales of this book is donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
American Diary Oljan Repic
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When I told my neighbor and friend Marjan that I was going to America the next day, he answered: “Sure, with a finger on the map!” "No, really, by boat..." I replied, "...that will sail in a bathtub!" he insisted. But in 1962 we really did travel from Trieste to New York, on the historic Italian Line 24,500-ton Vulcania. Since in socialism trips abroad were severely restricted, among other ways by making it impossible to buy foreign currency, we had to borrow significant dollars and marks from my uncle, who was in diplomatic service at the time. Another limitation was that the whole family was not allowed to leave the country. Thus my mother and brother stayed home while my father and I ...
American Vagabonds Abroad -- June 1972 to January 1973 Linn Clawson
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This is the second (and longest) installment in the story of the author's wandering and working in much of northern Europe, Scandinavia, and the United Kingdom in 1972 and 1973. The first volume, "Experimental Vagabond," begins in early 1972 and ends in mid June. This volume begins with the arrival of the author's parents in France as they begin a three-month odyssey with the author exploring areas of France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, England, Wales, and Scotland. The book ends with the author's months on his own in Germany, mostly as a German language student at a Goethe Institute located in a village at the foot of the Alps in Bavaria. The third volume in ...

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