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Victory at Yorktown


Title : Victory at Yorktown
Author : Newt Gingrich,William R. Forstchen
Publisher: Macmillan
Total pages: 368 pages
ISBN: 1466802502
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New York Times bestselling authors Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen present the triumphant conclusion to their George Washington series—a novel of leadership, brotherhood, loyalty, and the victory of the American cause. It is 1781, and Washington and his army have spent three years in a bitter stalemate, engaging in near constant skirmishing against the British. The enemy position in New York is far too strong, and all approaches covered by the Royal Navy. At last two crucial reports reach Washington. The first is that the French have briefly committed a fleet to the American coast to engage the British. The second is that British General Cornwallis, driven to distraction by the protracted warfare in the Carolinas, has decided to withdraw into Yorktown to establish a new base. Washington decides to embark on one of the most audacious moves in American military history. He will take nearly his entire army out of New Jersey and New York, and force march it more than three hundred miles in complete secrecy. He must pray that the French navy is successful in blockading Chesapeake Bay, so that he can fall upon Cornwallis, lay siege to him, and capture his entire force. It is a campaign ladened with "Ifs" but the stalemate must be broken, otherwise the American spirit, after six long years of war, will crumble. Sergeant Peter Wellsley is tasked with "paving the way" for the rapid movement of the army, and above all else neutralizing any loyalists who might slip off to provide warning. The entire operation is predicated on complete, total surprise, a near-impossible task for an army moving through areas that harbor strong loyalists. On the other side, Allen Van Dorn, still mourning the loss of his friend Major Andre, receives bits and pieces of reports from civilians that something is afoot across New Jersey and is tasked to find out what. When one of the former friends is captured, both must decide where their true loyalties lie during the heat of the Battle of Yorktown as Washington's professional army, once a "rabble in arms," executes the war's most decisive contest. With Victory at Yorktown, critically acclaimed authors Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen have reached the pinnacle of their talents in a tour de force narrative of one of America's most important heroes.


Churchill's War Lab: Codebreakers, Scientists, and the the Mavericks Churchill Led to Victory


Title : Churchill's War Lab: Codebreakers, Scientists, and the the Mavericks Churchill Led to Victory
Author : Taylor Downing
Publisher: The Overlook Press
Total pages: 416 pages
ISBN: 1590209931
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The essential book on Churchill's passion for innovation and the science of war --from codes to radar to bouncing bombs. indefatigable patriot, seasoned soldier, incomparable orator, and, with Franklin Delano Roosevelt, leader of men --Winston Churchill's greatness in the allies' triumphant victory in World War ii is undisputed. yet, of his many unique qualities, Churchill's enduring legacy is attributable at least in equal part to his unshakeable fascination for the science of war. Churchill's War Lab reveals how Churchill's passion for military history, his inimitable leadership style, and his dedicated support of radical ideas would lead to new technologies and tactics that would enable an allied victory. no war generated more incredible theories, technical advances, and scientific leaps. from the development of radar and the decoding brilliance of Bletchley Park to the study of the D-Day beaches and the use of bouncing bombs, Churchill's War Lab is an exciting new take on Churchill as a complex, powerful, and inventive war leader.


From the Jaws of Victory


Title : From the Jaws of Victory
Author : Matthew Garcia
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Total pages: 368 pages
ISBN: 0520283856
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From the Jaws of Victory:The Triumph and Tragedy of Cesar Chavez and the Farm Worker Movement is the most comprehensive history ever written on the meteoric rise and precipitous decline of the United Farm Workers, the most successful farm labor union in United States history. Based on little-known sources and one-of-a-kind oral histories with many veterans of the farm worker movement, this book revises much of what we know about the UFW. Matt Garcia’s gripping account of the expansion of the union’s grape boycott reveals how the boycott, which UFW leader Cesar Chavez initially resisted, became the defining feature of the movement and drove the growers to sign labor contracts in 1970. Garcia vividly relates how, as the union expanded and the boycott spread across the United States, Canada, and Europe, Chavez found it more difficult to organize workers and fend off rival unions. Ultimately, the union was a victim of its own success and Chavez’s growing instability. From the Jaws of Victory delves deeply into Chavez’s attitudes and beliefs, and how they changed over time. Garcia also presents in-depth studies of other leaders in the UFW, including Gilbert Padilla, Marshall Ganz, Dolores Huerta, and Jerry Cohen. He introduces figures such as the co-coordinator of the boycott, Jerry Brown; the undisputed leader of the international boycott, Elaine Elinson; and Harry Kubo, the Japanese American farmer who led a successful campaign against the UFW in the mid-1970s.


Ashes of Victory


Title : Ashes of Victory
Author : David Weber
Publisher: Baen Publishing Enterprises
Total pages: 576 pages
ISBN: 1618242210
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REPORTS OF MY DEATH HAVE BEEN GREATLY EXAGGERATED . . . The People's Republic of Haven made a tiny mistake when it announced the execution of Honor Harrington. It seemed safe enough. After all, they knew she was already dead. Unfortunately, they were wrong. Now Honor has escaped from the prison planet called Hell and returned to the Manticoran Alliance with a few friends. Almost half a million of them, to be precise . . . including some who know what really happened when the Committee of Public Safety seized power in the PRH. Honor's return from the dead comes at a critical time, providing a huge, much-needed lift for the Allies' morale, for the war is rapidly entering a decisive phase. Both sides believe that victory lies within their grasp at last, but dangers no one could foresee await them both. New weapons, new strategies, new tactics, spies, diplomacy, and assassination. ... All are coming into deadly focus, and Honor Harrington, the woman the newsies call "the Salamander," once more finds herself at the heart of them all. But this time, the furnace may be too furious for even a salamander to survive. At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).


Awake to Victory


Title : Awake to Victory
Author : Barbara Michel
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
Total pages: 384 pages
ISBN: 0741422646
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Shanna, terrorized by demons, abandons her missionary calling. Her romance with Charles is threatened. To be victorious, she must learn to take authority over the principalities and powers of darkness.


Faith Is the Victory


Title : Faith Is the Victory
Author : Buell H. Kazee,Jerald L. Manley
Publisher:
Total pages: 234 pages
ISBN: 9781497340077
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Faith Is the Victory is the most practical book on living the Christian life that I have ever read. As Christians are increasingly directed to a dependence upon formulas and fads to accomplish success, the summons by Buell Kazee for the believer to live by faith needs to be shared with a new generation of readers. The practice of adopting the programs and patterns of the business and political worlds with their dependence upon means has produced a worship of methods even while it has created Christians and churches that are materially prosperous, but spiritually impoverished. Faith Is the Victory calls for believers to remember the victory that overcomes the world will never be achieved through systems or schemes, but by faith.This edition by Buell Kazee is the first time Faith Is the Victory has been published with the three original articles that appear to this editor to have been the initial thoughts that eventually developed into this wonderfully helpful book.Pastor Kazee's spiritual legacy is not confined to Faith Is the Victory, but it is forever anchored to it. This book deserves the widest of circulation.


Faith Is the Victory


Title : Faith Is the Victory
Author : Gregory Vincent Selby
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total pages: 176 pages
ISBN: 9781500690953
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The Hebrew writer has given us an "operational" definition of faith. "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear." Faith is the composition of and basis for the spiritual "things" we hope to obtain. Christians expect one day to receive heaven as a reward, based on their obedient faith. Christians hope for their souls to receive an eternal heavenly reward based on their faith in God. Though we have not seen heaven, we have "evidence" that it exists...our faith. It is this manner of faith that provides Christians with the capability of moving on unto perfection. It is this level of faith...that provides us with evidence of the spiritual things we cannot see, like heaven...that also assures us that God created Earth and all living things that dwell upon it. This is also the type of faith...obedient, accepting, active faith...that is pleasing to God. Again, we are indebted to the Hebrew writer for informing us: "But without faith it is impossible to please Him: for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him." (Heb. 11:6) As one continues to read the entire chapter of Hebrews 11, an understanding of how these individuals became members of the "roll call of faith" is obtained. All of the individuals listed in Hebrews 11 took advantage of opportunities to demonstrate their faith. That is because the faith that is pleasing to God is always validated by obedience to God's commands. James confirms this principle of the necessity of faith being accompanied by action. "What doth it profit, my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works? Can faith save him? Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone. Yea, a man may say, thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works. For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also." (James 2:14, 17-18, 26) It is my genuine hope that this Bible Study guide leads you to examine your commitment to grow in faith. It is our Lord's desire that Christians continue to grow after their initial conversion. Based on our faith (Rom. 10:9-10), repentance (Acts 2:38), confession (Mt. 10:32), and baptism (Acts 2:38, Mk 16:16), we can become Christians. Then, we must continue to grow by consuming spiritual food, the Word of God. (Mt. 4:4). May you grow into spiritual adulthood... maturity... through a sincere study of His Word.


The Victory of Faith


Title : The Victory of Faith
Author : Charles Spurgeon
Publisher: Editora Dracaena
Total pages: 40 pages
ISBN: 8582183038
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The Victory of Faith is one important bible study about the Christian faith. A book that will bring growth and knowledge about faith, salvation and invite him to live with greater intimacy with God. Written by Charles Spurgeon, important preacher Christian.


Faith Is Our Victory


Title : Faith Is Our Victory
Author : Dudley Smith
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total pages: 131 pages
ISBN: 0557050006
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This book will help bring the concept of faith into a greater perspective. It explores and answers some of life's toughest areas. You will walk away with a deep assurance of the concept of faith.


Faith the Victory


Title : Faith the Victory
Author : John McGill,Dr William Peters
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total pages: 404 pages
ISBN: 1312359226
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Faith The Victory by Bishop John McGill, Confederate Bishop of Richmond, Virginia, was written for Catholics in the Confederate States of America due to the dearth of Catholic books caused by the Yankee blockade. He writes: "The actual condition of the country, because of the deplorable and sanguinary war now waged, and of the blockade which is enforced, prevents us from procuring the many excellent works, which have been written and published elsewhere, for explaining and defending the doctrines of religion." Bp. McGill presents an explanation of Catholic doctrine for Catholics and non-Catholics who hold to the old orthodox Protestant beliefs and traditions, and want to know more about the development and meaning of Christian doctrine. A non-polemical work, the Bishop provides a rational explanation of sometimes difficult subjects. It is a clear concise summary of doctrinal points of interest to all Christians, without being either too brief, or tedious.


The victory of faith, and other sermons


Title : The victory of faith, and other sermons
Author : Julius Charles Hare
Publisher:
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN:
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The Victory of Faith, and Other Sermons


Title : The Victory of Faith, and Other Sermons
Author : N.A
Publisher:
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN:
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90 Days to More Faith, Freedom and Victory


Title : 90 Days to More Faith, Freedom and Victory
Author : Dean Wall
Publisher: CFA Publications
Total pages: 108 pages
ISBN: 0982209711
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Perfect for the busy person, this compilation of 90 short, one page, Bible teaching messages will cause your faith to grow so you can walk in more freedom and victory in this life. Offering concise and practical insight for real living, these Scripture based devotionals combine encouragement and Biblical teaching, so you can have a closer relationship with our wonderful Lord Jesus Christ. Just what you need to give your spiritual life a boost! These short messages will give you a better picture of Jesus Christ and His great love for you. By knowing God's Word better, you will begin to enjoy more of the blessings Jesus has already provided for you. Easier to finish than a year-long devotional, in just three months you can take these truths from the Bible and begin to see a change in your faith and your life. Designed to take only minutes each day. God's truth will make you free!


The Victory of Faith


Title : The Victory of Faith
Author : Mark J. Molldrem
Publisher: CSS Publishing
Total pages: 88 pages
ISBN: 0788010050
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Mark J. Molldrem is senior pastor of Central Lutheran Church in Mondovi, Wisconsin. A summa cum laude graduate of Concordia College, he also holds M. Div. and D. Min. degrees from Luther Theological Seminary. A popular speaker at conferences and retreats, he has authored numerous articles in a variety of publications.


Gaining the Victory


Title : Gaining the Victory
Author : R. Michael Baldock PhD.
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Total pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 152469228X
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If your life is a roller-coaster ride and you just can’t get ahead and if there is a lack of peace and joy and victory is eluding you, then this book, Gaining the Victory, is a must-read. Within the pages of this book, God has given me the road to victory for every believer. You will find how to live from the inside out and not the outside in. There is a way for your surrounding circumstances not to affect how you walk through the day. You will never be able to stop what is going on around you. However, you can live in victory in spite of your surroundings. God has a road map for victory. The victory he has for you is full of peace and joy. Jesus came that we might have life and live more abundantly. This book is designed to bring you, the reader, into a life of consistent victory! It is a victory that Jesus Christ won at calvary!


THE VICTORY OF FAITH


Title : THE VICTORY OF FAITH
Author : NARENDER SEHGAL
Publisher: Suruchi Prakashan
Total pages: 128 pages
ISBN: 8189622684
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The success achieved by the movement of Shri AmarnathYatra Sangarsha Samiti for protecting the Hindu identity and national self-respect is the triumph of Hindutva and the like-minded nationalist forces over pro-Pakistan anti-national and secessionist groups. The patriotic people of Jammu continued their fight for two successive months facing endless agony and pain. They showed the path to all the nationalist forces across the country through their commitment and resolve. The consolidated strength of Hindu of Jammu has given the message that Hindutva is the only rallying point, meeting ground and basis on which the whole country can standup with self respect, which is very much essential to protect our national unity, integrity, culture, glorious historical past, places of faith and worship and icons of social unity. The victory achieved by the Sangharsha Samiti is not the victory of Jammu region alone but it signifies success of all the nationalist forces battling against the grossly anit-national, terror-orientated and inimical foreign-sponsored organization over last sixty years. This book presents a brief account and the ideological basis which was waged in order to save Hindutva.


The Improbable Victory: The Campaigns, Battles and Soldiers of the American Revolution, 1775–83


Title : The Improbable Victory: The Campaigns, Battles and Soldiers of the American Revolution, 1775–83
Author : N.A
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 147282315X
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The American Revolution reshaped the political map of the world, and led to the birth of the United States of America. Yet these outcomes could have scarcely been predicted when the first shots were fired at Lexington and Concord. American rebel forces were at first largely a poorly trained, inexperienced and disorganized militia, pitted against one of the most formidable imperial armies in the world. Yet following a succession of defeats against the British, the rebels slowly rebounded in strength under the legendary leadership of George Washington. The fortunes of war ebbed and flowed, from the humid southern states of America to the frozen landscapes of wintry Canada, but eventually led to the catastrophic British defeat at Yorktown in 1781 and the establishment of an independent United States of America. The Improbable Victory is a revealing and comprehensive guide to this seminal conflict, from the opening skirmishes, through the major pitched battles, up to the Treaty of Paris in 1783. Impressively illustrated with photographs and artwork, it provides an invaluable insight into this conflict from the major command decisions down to the eye level of the front-line soldier.


The Strategy of Victory


Title : The Strategy of Victory
Author : Thomas Fleming
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 328 pages
ISBN: 0306824973
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A sweeping and insightful grand strategic overview of the American Revolution, highlighting Washington's role in orchestrating victory and creating the US Army Led by the Continental Congress, the Americans almost lost the war for independence because their military thinking was badly muddled. Following the victory in 1775 at Bunker Hill, patriot leaders were convinced that the key to victory was the home-grown militia--local men defending their families and homes. But the flush of early victory soon turned into a bitter reality as the British routed Americans fleeing New York. General George Washington knew that having and maintaining an army of professional soldiers was the only way to win independence. As he fought bitterly with the leaders in Congress over the creation of a regular army, he patiently waited until his new army was ready for pitched battle. His first opportunity came late in 1776, following his surprise crossing of the Delaware River. In New Jersey, the strategy of victory was about to unfold. In The Strategy of Victory, preeminent historian Thomas Fleming examines the battles that created American independence, revealing how the creation of a professional army worked on the battlefield to secure victory, independence, and a lasting peace for the young nation.