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Rise To Victory

Autor: R. Cameron Cooke
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440622830
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The acclaimed author of the USA Today bestseller Pride Runs Deep returns to the pulse-pounding depths of international suspense as an undersea war is waged… Returning from deployment in the Middle East, attack sub USS Providence has received emergency tasking orders only miles from homeport. The mission: head for Indonesia and evacuate U.S. citizens endangered by a violent rebellion. Positioned on the front lines of the war on terrorism, the hunters of the USS Providence are now the hunted as they become engaged with a rebel sub in an epic undersea duel. And only the victor can surface alive.

The Shadow Of Anbar

Autor: Carter Malkasian
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190659424
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In the years immediately following the 2006 "Surge" of American troops in Iraq, observers of America's counterinsurgency war there regarded the defeat of Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) in Anbar Province as one of the strategy's signature victories. With the assistance of American troops, the fractious tribal sheiks in that province united in an "Awakening" that ultimately led to the defeat of the legendarily brutal AQI. The success of the Awakening convinced many that smart, properly resourced counterinsurgency strategies could in fact work. Even more, the episode showed that victory could be snatched from the jaws of defeat.

Choose To Rise

Autor: M. N. Mekaelian
Publisher: M.N.\Mekaelian
ISBN: 9780692385166
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Set in a forgotten land in the heart of World War One, Choose to Rise: The Victory Within paints the vividly realistic portrait of one of the most horrific atrocities of the modern world- The Armenian Genocide of 1915. Told through eyes of an old Armen Hagopian reliving his youth, you will be immersed in this unbelievable story of survival against the merciless Ottoman Turkish government. Through his journey, Armen and his older brother, Vartan, must discover what it takes to overcome the brutality while deciding who will live, who will die, and whether or not they have the strength to save an entire race from total annihilation. Filled with passion, suspense, love, and inspiration, Choose to Rise is a book that is hard to ignore. It questions everything you know about humanity, what it means to be alive, and will stay with you long after you finish.

Keys To Victory

Autor: Michael A. Brown
ISBN: 1326193368
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This book addresses various issues often faced by believers in doing daily life with Jesus. It lays the groundwork for healthy spiritual and relational growth, providing believers with keys for a victorious walk in their Christian life. It is the fruit of many years spent by the author in pastoral and teaching ministry and is a useful resource for both believers and leaders.

Reagan S Path To Victory

Autor: Kiron K. Skinner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743276434
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In the last years of Ronald Reagan's life, his voluminous writings on politics, policy, and people finally emerged and offered a Rosetta stone by which to understand him. From 1975 to 1979, in particular, he delivered more than 1,000 radio addresses, of which he wrote at least 680 himself. When drafts of his addresses were first discovered, and a selection was published in 2001 as Reagan, In His Own Hand by the editors of this book, they caused a sensation by revealing Reagan as a prolific and thoughtful writer, who covered a wide variety of topics and worked out the agenda that would drive his presidency. What was missed in that thematic collection, however, was the development of his ideas over time. Now, in Reagan's Path to Victory, a chronological selection of more than 300 addresses with historical context supplied by the editors, readers can see how Reagan reacted to the events that defined the Carter years and how he honed his message in the crucial years before his campaign officially began. The late 1970s were tumultuous times. In the aftermath of Vietnam and Watergate, America's foreign and domestic policies were up for grabs. Reagan argued against the Panama Canal treaties, in vain; against the prevailing view that the Vietnam War was an ignoble enterprise from the start; against détente with the Soviet Union; against the growth of regulation; and against the tax burden. Yet he was fundamentally an optimist, who presented positive, values-based prescriptions for the economy and for Soviet relations. He told many inspiring stories; he applauded charities and small businesses that worked to overcome challenges. As Reagan's Path to Victory unfolds, Reagan's essays reveal a presidential candidate who knew himself and knew his positions, who presented a stark alternative to an incumbent administration, and who knew how to reach out and touch voters directly. Reagan's Path to Victory is nothing less than a president's campaign playbook, in his own words.

From Disgrace Shame Humiliation And Hopelessness To Leaping To Victory And Celebration

Autor: Nii Lante Wallace-Bruce
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490800077
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This book seeks to inspire you, lift up your faith and give you hope and confidence in the future. It teaches you not to accept the disadvantageous circumstances of your birth, the place where you started life or other limitations as a fait accompli, but rather to learn to become strategically positioned to have a deastiny-encounter that could totally transform your life and lead you to a life of victory and celebration.

From Victim To Victory

Autor: Gary Schulz
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449770401
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n this world of sin, we all struggle with security, fear, acceptance, and joy. We are all subject to potential physical, situational or emotional harm from others. It’s a competitive world. Peaceful and loving homes with godly parents who love each other are rare. The home has become a place for the greatest harm. Everyone has to survive somehow. Some have good jobs and money, some do not. Some get all the breaks in life, and some come up short. Some succeed and some fail. Some are accepted, and some are rejected. Do you view yourself as a victim? Do you see yourself as deserving special treatment because of your victim status? On the other hand, do you see yourself as victorious? What does it mean to be victorious? And how does one obtain victory, especially when he already sees himself as the victim of those who are stronger? Are you your greatest enemy? Are you a victim of your own view of yourself? Is a victim status a choice? Is victory a choice? Jesus said the truth would set us free. Learn to seek victorious freedom through Jesus Christ.

A Springboard To Victory

Autor: Sherman Xiaogang Lai
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004198008
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Based on documents published in China, this book examines the reasons behind the Chinese Communists’ success during the Sino-Japanese War demythologizing Maoist guerrilla warfare by revealing the links between the Communists’ military and financial might during the Japanese occupation.

City Of Victory

Autor: Ratnakar Sadasyula
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781523946631
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"In the year 1336 AD, two brothers Harihara and Bukka Raya, founded a kingdom on the banks of the Tungabhadra River at a place called Hampi. Over the next 3 centuries, it would grow to become one of the mightiest empires in the world, the Vijayanagara Empire. An empire dazzling in it's achievements, in it's riches, in it's arts. From it's founding, to it's fall after the Battle of Tallikota to the heights it achieved under Sri Krishna Deva Raya, City of Victory aims to recreate the splendor and glory of one of the most magnificent empires ever."--Amazon.

Reagan S Victory

Autor: Andrew Busch
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas
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Offers a study of the 1980 American election and shows why it was a landmark election. Beginning with Carter's speech on July 15, 1979, the book introduces the field of candidates, follows their campaigns, identifies the turning points and winning strategies, and assesses the results, including the GOP's first Senate majority in 26 years.

The Rise To Power Of The Chinese Communist Party

Autor: Benjamin Yang
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9781563241550
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This collection of documents covers the rise to power of the Chinese communist movement. They show how the Chinese Communist Party interpreted the revolution, how it devised policies to meet changing circumstances and how these policies were communicated to party members and public.

The Rules Of Victory

Autor: James Gimian
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1590307011
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An accessible introduction to Sun Tzu's The Art of War explains how to adapt the principles and practices espoused by the ancient treatise on leadership and strategy to the events, opportunities, and situations of everyday modern life, in a volume that includes a complete translation of the classical text, as well as engaging case studies and examples drawn from a variety of contexts. 30,000 first printing.

From St Vith To Victory

Autor: Stephen C. Smith
Publisher: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1473855403
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Compiled from a variety of sources and first-hand accounts, this book is an authoritative record of the part played by No.218 (Gold Coast) Squadron during the bomber offensives of World War II. The squadron's activities are described in detail offering a unique insight into the lives of those involved and saluting the important role that No.3 Group and No.218 Squadron played in Bomber Command's ultimate victory.??No.218 Squadron was formed a few months before the Armistice which brought to a conclusion the Great War. Disbandment soon followed, rendering the squadron number plate dormant until the rise of National Socialism in Germany. The squadron was reformed in 1936 and spent the remaining peace time years honing its skills, skills that would be tested from the very first day of the bomber offensive against Germany to the very last.

Hope In Victory

Autor: Dana Paige
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 161379309X
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Do you know the depth of God s love for you? What if you were to read a love letter from God what would He whisper to your heart? The Peace of Heaven is a book filled with words of encouragement and affirmations that will help you to experience God s love and peace. It is a treasury of faith, hope and love that will inspire you to draw closer to the heart of God. When the trials of daily life get you down, pick up this book and you will find that God is right by your side and will help you to weather any storm that may come your way. In the midst of your trials I will come along beside you and carry you through. You do not have to carry your burdens alone. Allow me to lift them from your shoulders and bring you to a new place with me

Summary The Victory Of Reason

Autor: BusinessNews Publishing
Publisher: Primento
ISBN: 2511002620
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The must-read summary of Rodney Stark's book: "The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success". This complete summary of "The Victory of Reason" by Rodney Stark, a prominent American sociologist of religion, presents his argument that Christianity and its institutions are responsible for the most significant breakthroughs of the past millennium. In his book, the author explains how Christianity is what led to the success of the West. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand how Christianity contributed to the founding of Western civilization • Expand your knowledge of politics and religion To learn more, read "The Victory of Reason" and discover why the West owes all of its successes to Christianity.

From Vision To Victory

Autor: Melissa Hudson
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 9781933596662
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Every teen can be as successful as they want to be now--as a teenager--if they will simply take the time to learn and apply the steps and principles needed. Melissa shares these steps and principles while encouraging you through personal example to make the most of your potential. Written by a teen to teens, From Vision to Victory lays the foundation to turn any teenager's dream of success into reality. "My dear friend Melissa is an amazing young lady. I expect her to skyrocker to the top... I'm elated to call her my young friend and protege. - Mark Victor Hansen, Co-author and creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series ..."one of the most phenomenal and outstanding teenage people I've ever met in my life... I recommend all of her materials and presentations highly..." - John Childers, Wealth Academy, "I only have one word to share with you about Melissa Hudson--Superb. Melissa has the business sense and acumen of people who are two, even three times her age... I consider her my secret weapon for greater personal wealth." - Alex Mandossian, Co-founder of Access to Leaders,

Jesus And The Victory Of God

Autor: Nicholas Thomas Wright
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9780800626822
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Shows how the questions posed by Albert Schweitzer a century ago remain central today; sketches a profile of Jesus in terms of his prophetic praxis, his subversive stories, his symbology and the answers he gave to key questions, in a debate-igniting examination of Jesus' aims and beliefs, argued on the basis of his actions and their accompanying riddles. Reprint.

The Victory Of Reason

Autor: Rodney Stark
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9781588365002
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Many books have been written about the success of the West, analyzing why Europe was able to pull ahead of the rest of the world by the end of the Middle Ages. The most common explanations cite the West’s superior geography, commerce, and technology. Completely overlooked is the fact that faith in reason, rooted in Christianity’s commitment to rational theology, made all these developments possible. Simply put, the conventional wisdom that Western success depended upon overcoming religious barriers to progress is utter nonsense. In The Victory of Reason, Rodney Stark advances a revolutionary, controversial, and long overdue idea: that Christianity and its related institutions are, in fact, directly responsible for the most significant intellectual, political, scientific, and economic breakthroughs of the past millennium. In Stark’s view, what has propelled the West is not the tension between secular and nonsecular society, nor the pitting of science and the humanities against religious belief. Christian theology, Stark asserts, is the very font of reason: While the world’s other great belief systems emphasized mystery, obedience, or introspection, Christianity alone embraced logic and reason as the path toward enlightenment, freedom, and progress. That is what made all the difference. In explaining the West’s dominance, Stark convincingly debunks long-accepted “truths.” For instance, by contending that capitalism thrived centuries before there was a Protestant work ethic–or even Protestants–he counters the notion that the Protestant work ethic was responsible for kicking capitalism into overdrive. In the fifth century, Stark notes, Saint Augustine celebrated theological and material progress and the institution of “exuberant invention.” By contrast, long before Augustine, Aristotle had condemned commercial trade as “inconsistent with human virtue”–which helps further underscore that Augustine’s times were not the Dark Ages but the incubator for the West’s future glories. This is a sweeping, multifaceted survey that takes readers from the Old World to the New, from the past to the present, overturning along the way not only centuries of prejudiced scholarship but the antireligious bias of our own time. The Victory of Reason proves that what we most admire about our world–scientific progress, democratic rule, free commerce–is largely due to Christianity, through which we are all inheritors of this grand tradition.