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Posted by: madmagz at 2 minutes ago in General

Our Land at War: A Portrait of Rural Britain 1939-45 by Duff Hart-Davis
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 16.69MB
Overview: A rich account of the impact of the Second World War on the lives of people living in the farms and villages of Britain. On the outbreak of war, the countryside was invaded by service personnel and evacuee children by the thousand; land was taken arbitrarily for airfields, training grounds and firing ranges, and whole communities were evicted. Prisoner-of-war camps brought captured enemy soldiers to close quarters, and as horses gave way to tractors and combines farmers were burdened with aggressive new restrictions on what they could and could not grow. Land Girls and Lumber Jills worked in fields and forests. Food - or the lack of it - was a major preoccupation and rationing strictly enforced. And although rabbits were poached, apples scrumped and mushrooms gathered, there was still not enough to eat. Drawing from diaries, letters, books, official records and interviews, Duff Hart Davis revisits rural Britain to describe how ordinary people survived the war years. He tells of houses turned over to military use such as Bletchley and RAF Medmenham as well as those that became schools, notably Chatsworth in Derbyshire. Combining both hardship and farce, the book examines the profound changes war brought to Britain's countryside: from the Home Guard, struggling with the provision of ludicrous equipment, to the role of the XII Corps Observation Unit. whose task was to enlarge rabbit warrens and badger setts into bunkers for harassing the enemy in the event of a German invasion; to the unexpected tenderness shown by many to German and Italian prisoners-of-war at work on the land. Fascinating, sad and at times hilarious, this warm-hearted book tells great stories - and casts new light on Britain during the war.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History

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Posted by: madmagz at 7 minutes ago in General

RAF Strike Command 1968 -2007: Aircraft, Men and Action by Kev Darling
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 13.19MB
Overview: In 1968 a decision was made to combine the RAF Commands that had become famous in World War Two. Thus Fighter,Bomber, Coastal, Air Support and Signals Commands were combined into the single Strike Command. This amalgamation was to see service throughout the remaining years of the Cold War and action in the Falklands and the Middle East in Operations Desert Shield, Desert Storm and Granby. This book looks at the origins of the World War Two Commands and their outline histories until 1968. The organisational change caused re-equipment, base changes and increasing economic constraints - an all-too familiar story. The Royal Navy was now responsible for the UK's nuclear deterrent in the form of their Polaris submarines, so the RAF's V-Bomber Force were now relegated to tanker operations, with the exception of the lone Vulcan that was sent to the Falklands conflict. The Commands fleet of fast jets became more adaptable, with single types able to assume the roles of fighter, bomber,reconnaissance and maritime attack. The aircraft also become multi-national in their design and manufacture as Britain's post-war lead in aircraft design had been frittered away by years of thoughtless government and our aircraft manufacturing devolved into a single company. Apart from the brilliant Harrier which the US continues to develop and build, other aircraft flown by the Command were from European syndicates, the Tornado and Jaguar being examples. The US supplied the transports in the form of the faithful Hercules and Europe most of the helicopter fleet. This book looks at the operations that took place during Strike Commands existence, the aircraft they flew and the men who flew them. It is a tribute to the fast-dwindling strike power of the Royal Air Force.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History

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Posted by: madmagz at 16 minutes ago in General

Rommel's Army in the Desert by Alistair Smith
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 41.48MB
Overview: When German General Rommel and the lead elements of what would become the Afrika Korps landed in Libya in February 1941 nobody could have foreseen the legendary status they would achieve. Sent to support the faltering Italians, they were eventually able to drive the Allies to the very gates of Egypt. Fighting over hostile and rugged terrain, often outnumbered and outgunned, they were only finally undone by their defeat at El Alamein and Allied landings to their rear. This collection of photographs are taken from the albums of three members of the vaunted Afrika Korps. For the first time the daily reality of the North African campaign can be seen from the German point of view. With numerous photographs of vehicles and men at work, this collection paints a portrait of the rugged and dangerous conditions as well as the harsh and brutal nature of desert warfare.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History, War

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Posted by: trojan-killer at 20 minutes ago in General

Blackhatonomics: An Inside Look at the Economics of Cybercrime by Will Gragido, John Pirc, Nick Selby, Daniel Molina
Requirements: .PDF Reader | 6.4 MB
Overview: "Blackhatonomics "explains the basic economic truths of the underworld of hacking, and why people around the world devote tremendous resources to developing and implementing malware. The book provides an economic view of the evolving business of cybercrime, showing the methods and motivations behind organized cybercrime attacks, and the changing tendencies towards cyber-warfare. Written by an exceptional author team of Will Gragido, Daniel J Molina, John Pirc and Nick Selby, "Blackhatonomics" takes practical academic principles and backs them up with use cases and extensive interviews, placing you right into the mindset of the cyber criminal.
Historical perspectives of the development of malware as it evolved into a viable economic endeavour
Country specific cyber-crime analysis of the United States, China, and Russia, as well as an analysis of the impact of Globalization on cyber-crime.
Presents the behind the scenes methods used to successfully execute financially motivated attacks in a globalized cybercrime economy.
Provides unique insights, analysis, and useful tools for justifying corporate information security budgets.
Provides multiple points of view, from pure research, to corporate, to academic, to law enforcement.
Includes real world cybercrime case studies and profiles of high-profile cybercriminals.
Genre: Non Fiction Business & Money Technology True Crime

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Posted by: madmagz at 21 minutes ago in General

El Alamein 1942: Battlefield General by Jonathan Sutherland
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 8.15MB
Overview: The Battlefield General game books put you in command of the forces engaged in some of history's most famous battles. Your ability to make the right tactical decision will be tested at every turn of the page. The 2nd Battle of El Alamein in October 1942 was one of the crucial turning points of WWII. Here Lieutenant General Bernard Montgomery ('Monty') and the British Eighth Army (the famous 'Desert Rats') halted the victorious advance of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (the Desert Fox) and his Afrika Korps. Britain's vital interests in the Middle East, particularly the vital oil fields, were thus saved. The book presents the reader with a series of command decisions, aided by situation maps, directing you to the next relevant briefing depending on the option you choose. No dice are necessary to play, just this book and your tactical skill. When you buy this book, the fate of nations is in your hands.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History, War

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Posted by: nhocnho_1993 at 21 minutes ago in Romance

Snow Storm by Edua Erasmus
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1 MB
Overview: Two straight friends take refuge in a cave when a snow storm hits.
My stories are hard to classify as it doesn't stick to just one genre and though I don't write erotica, some stories (like "Snow Storm") does contain some M2M action for the reader's enjoyment.
Genre: Fiction > Romance MM

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Posted by: nhocnho_1993 at 26 minutes ago in Mystery/Thriller

The Foreigner's Loneliness By S. Hunter Nisbet
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 3 MB
Overview: As an American in Japan, Brian lives his life in isolation. By day he teaches at a local elementary school; by night he wanders dark streets, battling depression.
Then an unsettling encounter with an English-speaking stranger leaves Brian wondering if perhaps he isn’t as alone as he thought. Brian never questions the young man’s interest in his life, too relieved at being rescued from his loneliness.
Genre: Fiction > Thriller & Suspense

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Posted by: madmagz at 30 minutes ago in General

The History of RAF Aerobatic Teams from 1920: Smoke on … Go! by David Watkins
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 13.85MB
Overview: The Royal Air Force has long recognised the value of display flying for pilot training, prestige and recruiting purposes, and the standard of its formation aerobatic teams has always stood favourable comparison with those of air forces of other nations. Aerobatics have always played a prominent part in RAF training. They are not performed merely to provide a spectacle for the public but are an essential step in the making of a pilot, giving him confidence in himself and his aircraft. Formation aerobatics give him the added factor of confidence in his leader and other members of the team. This history of RAF aerobatic teams is the result of many years of painstaking and meticulous research from its early beginnings with five Sop with Snipes at the Hendon Pageant in 1920 to the present day 'Red Arrows'. The book also contains an introduction which details the gradual development from experimental and 'stunt' flying of the early aviators, through the aerial artistry of using smoke to highlight manoeuvres and tied-together formation aerobatics, to the introduction of jet teams after the war. Also included in the book is a detailed index listing each team and its members from 1920 and it will undoubtedly provide an essential reference work on Royal Air Force formation aerobatic teams for aviation historians and enthusiasts.
Genre: Non-Fiction, History, RAF

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