Encyclopedia OF Aircraft Modelling Techniques Vol.3:

Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol.3: 1910 to 1945 (repost)

Robert C. Evans, Patricia Gantt, "Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol.3: 1910 to 1945"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0816060908 | 448 pages | PDF | 5,4 MB

Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicines: Vol. 3 [Repost]  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Jan. 2, 2014
Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicines: Vol. 3 [Repost]

Jiaju Zhou, ‎Guirong Xie, ‎Xinjian Yan - Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicines - Molecular Structures, Pharmacological Activities, Natural Sources and Applications: Vol. 3: Isolated Compounds H-M
Published: 2011-02-26 | ISBN: 3642167462 | PDF | 771 pages | 10 MB
Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol.3: 1910 to 1945 (repost)

Robert C. Evans, Patricia Gantt, "Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol.3: 1910 to 1945"
2010 | ISBN: 0816060908 | 448 pages | PDF | 5,4 MB

The five-volume Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers is the landmark new reference to the greatest writers in American literature, written specifically for high school students and correlated to the NCTE standards. Featuring more than 180 of the authors taught most often in the high school curriculum, this comprehensive set contains alphabetical entries, from 2,000 to 20,000 words each, divided into sections on the author's life and on the author's major works. An additional section in each entry provides topics for discussion and writing, many of which refer to other writers or works, helping students make connections between texts (a key component of language arts standards).
Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol.3: 1910 to 1945

Robert C. Evans, Patricia Gantt, "Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol.3: 1910 to 1945"
Facts on File | 2010 | ISBN: 0816060908 | 448 pages | PDF | 5,4 MB

Encyclopedia of Food and Culture Vol 1-3  

Posted by yurii1982 at June 7, 2010
Encyclopedia of Food and Culture Vol 1-3

Encyclopedia of Food and Culture Vol. 1 ISBN 0684805650
Encyclopedia of Food and Culture Vol. 2 ISBN 0684805669
Encyclopedia of Food and Culture Vol. 3 ISBN 0684805677

Publisher: Gale Group | ISBN: 0684805650 | edition 2003 | PDF | 2057 pages | 76 mb

The role of food in different cultures throughout time and in all parts of the world is exploded in this exceptional new three-volume culinary reference.
Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol. 2: Beginnings to 1830 (repost)

Andrea Tinnemeyer, Patricia Gantt , "Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, Vol. 2: Beginnings to 1830"
2010 | ISBN: 0816060886 | 448 pages | PDF | 3,5 MB

The five-volume Student's Encyclopedia of Great American Writers is the landmark new reference to the greatest writers in American literature, written specifically for high school students and correlated to the NCTE standards. Featuring more than 180 of the authors taught most often in the high school curriculum, this comprehensive set contains alphabetical entries, from 2,000 to 20,000 words each, divided into sections on the author's life and on the author's major works. An additional section in each entry pres topics for discussion and writing, many of which refer to other writers or works, helping students make connections between texts (a key component of language arts standards).
 The Gale Encyclopedia Of Espionage Intelligence And Security, 3-Vol. Set  (Repost)

The Gale Encyclopedia Of Espionage Intelligence And Security, 3-Vol. Set
Publisher: Gale | ISBN: 0787675466 | edition 2004 | PDF | 1342 pages | 28,9 mb

I think the set overreaches in that it tries to cover too much material in three volumes. I think that compressive coverage of narrower focus would have been better than shorting really important political issues such as the potential for manipulation of the bacterial and viral genomes by governments to start pandemics in targeted racial or ethnic groups. There are some otherwise good science articles that fail to even hint at the still unknown the extent of the U.S. government's invasion into personal privacy. But I am most disappointed that the authors kept to the "official" historical line on the role of intelligence agencies in matters such as the Kennedy assassination. Other conspiracies, and the facts supporting them, are also ignored or glossed over in favor of science and technology articles that lose sight of the grander manipulation of intelligence by governments for political gain. While the book lists suspected terrorist organizations, the terrorist actions of the U.S. government and its sometimes allies are also ignored. Younger readers and the general public would be better served by a brighter light on the dirty corners into which secrets are sometimes swept.
The Gale Encyclopedia Of Espionage Intelligence And Security, 3-Vol. Set  (Repost)

The Gale Encyclopedia Of Espionage Intelligence And Security, 3-Vol. Set
Publisher: Gale | ISBN: 0787675466 | edition 2004 | PDF | 1342 pages | 28,9 mb

I think the set overreaches in that it tries to cover too much material in three volumes. I think that compressive coverage of narrower focus would have been better than shorting really important political issues such as the potential for manipulation of the bacterial and viral genomes by governments to start pandemics in targeted racial or ethnic groups. There are some otherwise good science articles that fail to even hint at the still unknown the extent of the U.S. government's invasion into personal privacy. But I am most disappointed that the authors kept to the "official" historical line on the role of intelligence agencies in matters such as the Kennedy assassination. Other conspiracies, and the facts supporting them, are also ignored or glossed over in favor of science and technology articles that lose sight of the grander manipulation of intelligence by governments for political gain. While the book lists suspected terrorist organizations, the terrorist actions of the U.S. government and its sometimes allies are also ignored. Younger readers and the general public would be better served by a brighter light on the dirty corners into which secrets are sometimes swept.
The Gale Encyclopedia Of Espionage Intelligence And Security, 3-Vol. Set

The Gale Encyclopedia Of Espionage Intelligence And Security, 3-Vol. Set
Publisher: Gale | 2004 | PDF | 1342 pages | 31 MB | English | ISBN: 0787675466

I think the set overreaches in that it tries to cover too much material in three volumes. I think that compressive coverage of narrower focus would have been better than shorting really important political issues such as the potential for manipulation of the bacterial and viral genomes by governments to start pandemics in targeted racial or ethnic groups. There are some otherwise good science articles that fail to even hint at the still unknown the extent of the U.S. government's invasion into personal privacy. But I am most disappointed that the authors kept to the "official" historical line on the role of intelligence agencies in matters such as the Kennedy assassination. Other conspiracies, and the facts supporting them, are also ignored or glossed over in favor of science and technology articles that lose sight of the grander manipulation of intelligence by governments for political gain. While the book lists suspected terrorist organizations, the terrorist actions of the U.S. government and its sometimes allies are also ignored. Younger readers and the general public would be better served by a brighter light on the dirty corners into which secrets are sometimes swept.

Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War vol. 1  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at Sept. 8, 2016
Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War vol. 1

Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War vol. 1
ABC-Clio | 1998 | ISBN: 0874369835 | English | 528 pages | PDF | 102 MB