Palzki ermittelt

30 Rätsel-Krimis

Author: Harald Schneider

Publisher: Gmeiner-Verlag

ISBN: 3839239826

Category: Fiction

Page: 182

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Einfach, einfach und noch mal einfach. Oder doch nicht? Auf Kommissar Reiner Palzki warten 30 Fälle. Tatkräftig unterstützt wird er von seiner Familie. Für jeden Leser eine wahre Herausforderung. Nur genaues Lesen führt den Ermittler zum Ergebnis. Haben auch Sie das Zeug dazu?

Lydia Pinkham

The Face That Launched a Thousand Ads

Author: Sammy R. Danna

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0810889099

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 146

View: 8756

In Lydia Pinkham: The Face That Launched a Thousand Ads, historian Sammy R. Danna offers the latest book-length biography that explores all sides of the Lydia Pinkham phenomena. Danna illustrates how remarkable an American historical figure she was, who with associates masterfully used and reinvented the marketing tools of her day, while battling the misogyny of the medical establishment. But Danna also asks whether she was just a grandmotherly version of the pitchmen who roamed from town to town with their snake oil elixirs. Students and scholars in the fields of women’s studies, American culture, and the histories of medicine, advertising, and business will see Lydia Pinkham in a new light.

Just an Old Made up Mess

A Story About the Wadkins/Watkins Line of North Carolina

Author: A. M. Wadkins

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1524568120

Category: History

Page: 426

View: 9260

At the tender age of fifteen, author A. M. Wadkins embarked on a journey that would last her a lifetime. A promise is simple enough on the surface, but in this case, that promise was the driving force that would see a young girl through lifes trials and tribulations. Each day, whether met with happiness or tears, diligence was always the key. It this book, meet the author and learn about the promise she made on a mountaintop in Virginia so long ago. Then travel back through the grains of time with the author asthrough her researchshe meets the people that helped shape the United States. Witness their struggles in defining not only who they would become, but who this country would become. Be there as men are sent off to war to fight for either the North or South. Then continue on through the turning of century, when life seemed golden. Take a walk through history with the people who lived it and get to know the faces that made it possible.


Author: Hiroshi Yamamoto

Publisher: VIZ Media LLC

ISBN: 1421542897

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 7572

Japan is beset by natural disasters all the time: typhoons, earthquakes, and...giant monster attacks. A special anti-monster unit called the Meteorological Agency Monsterological Measures Department (MMD) has been formed to deal with natural disasters of high “monster magnitude.” The work is challenging, the public is hostile, and the monsters are hungry, but the MMD crew has science, teamwork...and a legendary secret weapon on their side. Together, they can save Japan, and the universe! -- VIZ Media

Accustomed to Her Face

Thirty-Five Character Actresses of Golden Age Hollywood

Author: Axel Nissen

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476626065

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 288

View: 7341

Drawing on historical documents and newspaper reports, this book provides a fascinating portrait of a diverse group of character actresses who left their stamp on Hollywood from the early sound era through the 1960s. The lives of 35 actresses are explored in detail. Some are familiar: Margaret Hamilton starred in dozens of films before and after her signature role as the Wicked Witch in The Wizard of Oz; Una Merkel nearly died when her mother committed suicide in 1945. Others are nearly forgotten: Maude Eburne owed her career to a spectacular fall on the Broadway stage in 1914; Greta Meyer, who played the quintessential German maid, came to Hollywood after years in New York’s Yiddish theater—though she wasn’t Jewish.


Author: 山本弘

Publisher: 東京創元社

ISBN: 4488737013

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 358

View: 2333


Eastward bound

travel and travellers, 1050-1550

Author: Rosamund Allen

Publisher: Manchester Univ Pr


Category: History

Page: 270

View: 1112

Eastward Boundlooks at travel and travelers in the medieval period. An international range of distinguished contributors offer discussions on a wide range of themes, from the experiences of Crusaders on campaign, to the lives of pilgrims, missionaries and traders in the Middle East. It examines their modes of travel, equipment and methods of navigation, and considers their expectations and experiences en route. The contributions also look at the variety of motives--public and private--behind the decision to travel eastwards. Other essays discuss the attitudes of Middle-Eastern rulers to their visitors. In so doing they provide a valuable perspective and insight into the behavior of the Europeans and non-Europeans alike.

Education and the State in Modern Peru

Primary Schooling in Lima, 1821–c. 1921

Author: G. Espinoza

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137333030

Category: Social Science

Page: 283

View: 2755

Espinoza's work illuminates how education was the site of ideological and political struggle in Peru during its early years as an independent state. Spanning 100 years and discussing both urban and rural education, it shows how school funding, curricula, and governance became part of the cultural process of state-building in Peru.

Report UAG.

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Geophysics

Page: N.A

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