by Josef Ben-Eliezer
Publisher: The Plough Publishing House 1999
Number of pages: 94
In a world that is increasingly torn by violence, hatred, injustice and war, is there an answer to the need of humanity? This is a fascinating account of survival against all odds, but it is more than that -- the story of one man's search for the answers to the questions that in one way or other face us all.
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by Richard Henry Dana - D. Appleton and Co.
Tracing an awe-inspiring oceanic route from Boston, around Cape Horn, to the California coast, this book is both a riveting story of adventure and the most eloquent, insightful account we have of life at sea in the early nineteenth century.
by John Reed - Boni and Liveright
In Ten Days That Shook the World John Reed tells the story of Red October and the Russian revolution from a unique, firsthand perspective. Reed recounts conversations and arguments, details political machinations, and speculates on personal motives.
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by Peter Lauridsen - S. C. Griggs & Co.
Vitus Bering (1681-1741) was a Danish-born Russian navigator. Published in English translation for the American market in 1889, this sympathetic biography by the historian and geographer Peter Lauridsen, had originally appeared in Danish in 1885.