[Rev. & updated ed.]. - New York : Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers : Distributed by Workman Pub. Co., c2009.
Book — 472 p. (some folded) : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 38 cm. + 3 DVD-ROMS (4 3/4 in.) + 1 magnifier.
In this book-and-DVD package, 'The New York Times' presents its complete front pages. A selection of 300 front pages covering the most significant events of the past 158 years are given in print, and all 54,632 front pages are included on the three DVDs.
[Washington, D.C.?] : Department of the Army, [1949?]
Book — 1 online resource (3, 109 pages). Digital: text file.
"This handbook has been prepared as a result of a request made by the Office of the Secretary of Defense for a brief, accurate outline history of each U.S. Army division's combat in the Second World War. This histories were to be confined to one page for each division and were to be prepared within a very limited time from the best sources available"--Preface.
Book — 1 online resource (2 volumes, approximately 900 pages) : illustrations Digital: text file.
1. Washington organization
2. Operations in the field.
Volume 1 of the OSS War Report outlines the growth of COI/ OSS in Washington and the development of the functions of its various branches. In volume 2, OSS activity in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East is related, not by branches, but according to each successive target area. "This War Report presents a well-rounded study of the first comprehensive organization for intelligence and unorthodox warfare in the history of the United States. I only regret that limitations of time prevented a fuller recording of OSS operations and experience. The importance of OSS lies not only in its role in hastening military victory, but also in the development of the concept of unorthodox warfare which alone constitutes a major contribution. Of even farther reaching importance are the lessons learned and the contributions made to the future of American defense and foreign policy. The experience of OSS showed above all how essential it is for winning the war and keeping the peace to base national policy upon accurate and complete intelligence. Unorthodox warfare is now recognized as a vital part of our defense system." - William J. Donovan, Director, Office of Strategic Services.
New ed. / with preface by Professor F. Max Müller. - London : Macmillan, 1877.
Book — xxix, 343 p. ; 19 cm.
I. The forest children.--II. The dying empire. Preface to lecture III [On Dr. Latham's 'Germania']--III. The human deluge.--IV. The Gothic civilizer.--V. Dietrich's end.--VI. The nemesis of the Goths.--VII. Paulus Diaconus.--VIII. The clergy and the heathen.--IX. The monk a civilizer.--X. The Lombard laws.--XI. The popes and the Lombards.--XII. The strategy of Providence.--Appendix. Inaugural lecture: The limits of exact science as appliedto history.
The eighth edition. / Illustrated with a new and complete set of maps of ancient geography, neat engravings of Egyptian antiquities, &c. adapted to the work. - Edinburgh: : At the Apollo Press, by Martin and McDowall. Printed for A. Guthrie ... Edinburgh; and J. Murray ... London., Anno 1789-1790.
Book — 8 v., leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., maps, port. ; 22 cm.