McKinleyville, California : John Daniel and Company, 2017.
Book — 231 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
"My Dear People is made up of three different alternating ingredients, each by a different author: a historical account of surrounding military events by Christopher McManus, Constance Crawford's commentary on her father's letters, and the letters themselves by Ned Crawford. These writings are interwoven chronologically here to make Private Ned Crawford's story comprehensible, entertaining, and moving. The letters Ned wrote to his best friend while serving as a soldier in World War I offer an intimate, quirky, and intelligent account of what it was like for a thirty-one-year-old man who abhorred war and any official interference with individual freedom to submit to a wartime draft and to perform his part in the enormous human drama that was the American Expeditionary Force."--Provided by publisher.
"In August 1966, a 14-year-old boy in Beijing is thrust into violence and chaos as Mao Ze-dong's Cultural Revolution begins to blaze across China. In this riveting memoir, Wei Yang Chao now tells his story--how rebels attacked and publicly humiliated his family, upended his education, and sent out of a country rendered unrecognizable by violence and radical ideology. At first he is swept up by the Red Guards but finds himself at the center of a bloody revolution. After mass rallies at Tiananmen Square, he witnesses attacks on teachers and professors, and the disintegration of his parents' lives as tolerance and freedom begin to crumble he finds himself cast into exile"--Amazon.com.
Были и жили : история России XX века глазами школьников : сборник работ лауреатов Всероссийского конкурса исторических исследовательских работ старшеклассников "Человек в истории Россия--XX век" 2016 года
Moskva : Memorial, 2016. Москва : Мемориал, 2016.
Book — 409 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits, facsimiles ; 21 cm.
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Book — x, 187 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
The early years
World War I begins
Training in the French Foreign Legion
At the front
The Battle of Artois
Kiffin's recovery and new hope
The creation of the Lafayette Escadrille
The Lafayette Escadrille comes of age
Passing the torch
The climax of the Lafayette Escadrille
The transition to the U.S. Air Service
The dawn of American air power
The legacy of the Lafayette Escadrille
"With the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, Kiffin Yates Rockwell of Asheville, North Carolina, volunteered to fight for France. Initially serving with the French Foreign Legion, he soon became a founding member of the Lafayette Escadrille. This book covers Rockwell's early life and military service with the Lafayette Escadrille"-- Provided by publisher.
Stanford, California : Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, 
Book — xxiii, 164 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
The evolution of Andrei Sakharov's thinking / Serge Schmemann
The scientist as prophet : Sakharov's world and ours / J. Bryan Hehir
The soul and Sakharov / William Swing
Environmental effects of nuclear war / Raymond Jeanloz
Decoding the biosphere and the infectious disease threat / Lucy Shapiro
Diagnosis, reinvented for the individual / Elizabeth Holmes
The Sakharov conditions, disruptive technologies, and human rights / Christopher Stubbs
New dilemmas in ethics, technology, and war : Sakharov's principles in today's world / James O. Ellis Jr.
A military perspective / Jim Mattis
Moral reasoning and practical purpose / David Holloway
A global commons : a vision whose time has come / James E. Goodby.
Andrei Sakharov holds an honored place in the pantheon of the world's greatest scientists, reformers, and champions of human rights. But his embrace of human rights did not come through a sudden conversion; he came to it in stages. Drawing from a 2014 Hoover Institution conference focused on Sakharov's life and principles, this book tells the compelling story of his metamorphosis from a distinguished physical scientist into a courageous, outspoken dissident humanitarian voice. His extraordinary life saw him go from playing the leading role in designing and building the most powerful thermonuclear weapon (the so-called hydrogen bomb) ever exploded to demanding an end to the testing of such weapons and their eventual elimination. The essays detail his transformation, as he appealed first to his scientific colleagues abroad and then tomankind at large, for solidarity in resolving the growing threats to human survival-many of which stemmed from science and technology. Ultimately, the distinguished contributors show how the work and thinking of this eminent Russian nuclear physicist and courageous human rights campaigner can help find solutions to the nuclear threats of today. (source: Nielsen Book Data)