An Eye for an Eye - ebook/epub
|William Le Queux|
|An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, which states that some Jews in Eastern Europe took revenge on their former captors while overseeing over 1,000 concentration camps in Poland for German civilians. The book provides details of the imprisonment of 200,000 Germans „many of them starved, beaten and tortured” and estimates that „more than 60,000 died at the hands of a largely Jewish-run security organisation.”|
|E. Phillips Oppenheim|
Though dated stylistically, this novel has the makings of a decent movie thriller. The story takes place between the Anschluss, the Nazi takeover of Austria, March 1938, and the invasion of Poland in September 1939. A wealthy Jewish banker, philanthropist, and art collector is forced to flee Vienna to avoid imprisonment by the Nazi’s. He disappears on the night the Germans march into Austria, and his fortune and collection vanishes with him...
|?It is rare occasion when a book is written by someone who is both an activist and a scholar of the subject. Stanisław Krajewski was one of a handful of young Polish Jews who began their Jewish journey more than 25 years ago and has the vantage point of having seen all the changes in Polish Jewish society as well in Polish society at large. He has combined this experience both with a scholarly knowledge of this subject and the sensitivity of a deeply...|
Is there Jewish life in Poland after the Shoah? Should there be? This is the main topic of a collection of essays on post-war Polish Jewry written by Konstanty Gebert.
Is there Jewish life in Poland after the Shoah? Should there be? How do present-day Polish Jews, children and grand-children of survivors, relate both to the wartime horrors and to the glorious history of Polish Jewry which preceded them...
|The Council of Lithuanian Jews (Lithuanian Vaad) was the central representative organ of the Jews in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It operated for nearly one and a half centuries (1623-1764), touching all spheres of the Jewish community's life. It undertook important initiatives for the benefit of its constituency at diets and dietines (legislative assemblies of the nobility), at the courts of the King and important magnates...|
|H. Rider Haggard|
Not everyone can cope with revenge. The story of a man who allows revenge to devour his life, so he misses all the blessings that God gives him on his way. It is surprising how well the plot is built and how the author managed to ensure that the story does not lose its relevance over time. Readers will plunge into the stunning world of adventure and fiction by Rider Haggard!
|Agata Zysiak, Kamil Śmiechowski, Kamil Piskała, Wiktor Marzec, Kaja Kaźmierska, Jacek Burski|
|Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego|
This book envisions Łódź, a city in present-day central Poland, the region’s textile industrial hub, to have been the capital of the Polish 19th century. Its history is a tale of struggle with modern change in Eastern Europe. The authors boldly challenge the romantic and noble-based Polish cultural imaginary, offering instead a revolutionary path to understanding confrontation with modernity in the region...
|Wydawnictwo Akademickie Dialog|
'Książka - napisana przede wszystkim na podstawie źródeł żydowskich, przeważnie w języku hebrajskim - stanowi cenny wkład w badania nad dziejami Żydów w Polsce. Na przykładzie gmin w Poznaniu i Swarzędzu pokazuje mechanizmy funkcjonowania i politykę władz gminy żydowskiej w epoce nowożytnej w okresie między zakończeniem wojen szwedzkich a schyłkiem Rzeczypospolitej. Szczegółowy opis oraz analiza struktury władz...
The Companions of the Ace High are a group of aviators, each of whom has his own reason to hate Germans. The group’s founder, Dexter, whose wife was driven mad when a German submarine attacked a liner on which she was travelling, dedicates himself to the destruction of Germany. He uses his wealth to establish a base of operations in the small republic of San Romino on the northern border of Italy...
This book belongs to the pen of a well-known British author of mystery genre Edgar Wallace and was written during the Great War (the WW1). It is set in a possible 1925, ten years after the war has ended. Wallace utilized his experiences of the Boer War in two Future-War novels „Private Selby” and „1925: The Story of a Fatal Peace”. „1925” accurately predicts that a short peace would be followed by a German attack on England...
|The book by Michał Maksymilian Borwicz (1911-1987), reissued for the first time after 68 years, is an unusual testimony of a prisoner of the Janowska Camp in Lviv, where even 200,000 Galician Jews might have died, according to historians. Borwicz’s book is written in the form of a historical short story. Reading it brings to mind associations with the famous book by Solzhenitsyn, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich...|
|Alfred J. Church|
„The Story of the Last Days of Jerusalem” is a history that covers the fall of Jerusalem at the hands of the Roman Empire, the culmination of centuries of conflict in the region between the Romans and Jewish inhabitants. Recounts the events leading up to the opening of the war with the Romans, Josephus’s brave defense of Jotapata, its final capture and his escape from death, and finally the siege of Jerusalem...
The story revolves around revenge. First, the main character, Bulldog Drummond, kills his stormy enemy, Carl Peterson. And his mistress wants revenge for Peterson. Suddenly, Drummond’s wife is kidnapped, but the criminal leaves traces. By which the main character is trying to find his wife. This chase takes place all over England, leading to an ominous house and a torture chamber.
|E. Phillips Oppenheim|
The story of a young man, Lord Sandbrook, who takes revenge against the directors of a company he holds responsible for the deaths of his father and mother. The battlefield is Basinghall Street, where the offices of Woolito, Limited, are situated. A textile business is the center of strange machinations – suicides, failures, conflagrations, disaster to various directors, finally a raid on the stock...
|Anna Katharine Green|
Anna Katharine Green (1846-1935), known as the „Mother of the Detective Novel”, is one of the first American writers of detective fiction. She was recognized for realism and well plotted story of her mystery stories. A tale of two families, betrayal, revenge, and murder, The Circular Story, written in 1902, is still an absorbing and notable work. We highly recommend this book to fans of classic detective fiction...
|H. Rider Haggard|
The adventure novel „Moon of Israel”includes everything the reader may desire. Here there is historical information, action, internal struggle with the Egyptians and Jews, as well as between Jews and Egyptians. The main story revolves around the prince of Seti, who is devoid of inheritance, because he doesn’t follow the idea of?? his father to kill Jews. It is also a love story that goes beyond the clash of two cultures between Seti and Merapi...
A Tale of the Christ – one of the popular novels written by Lewis Wallace. It is considered „the most influential Christian book of the nineteenth century”. The novel reflects the themes of betrayal, condemnation and redemption with a plot of revenge that leads to a story of love and compassion. It was the bestselling novel of all time.
|Arthur Conan Doyle|
Illustrated edition with original illustrations by Richard Gutschmidt, a famous German painter, book illustrator and graphic artist.
„The Sign of the Four” is the second novel featuring Sherlock Holmes written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
„The Sign of the Four” is an incredible story of greed and revenge in which the world’s most famous detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson accompany a beautiful young woman Mary Morstan on a mission...
Shorty Bill the sniper is a fun type, but with a cool head. He cuts a new tag on his rifle with each new kill. Herman Cyril McNeile despised the Germans. He was a soldier, a member of the Royal Engineers. This story is about simple guys who became real soldiers in the war.
Set against the turbulent years of the Napoleonic era, Alexandre Dumas’s thrilling adventure story is one of the most widely read romantic novels of all time, along with „The Three Musketeers”. The historical setting is a fundamental element of the book, an adventure story primarily concerned with themes of hope, justice, vengeance, mercy, and forgiveness. It centers on Edmond Dantès who is wrongfully imprisoned...
Not all invasion threats were purported to come from the Germans, the French or from Anarchists: in M.P. Shiel’s Yellow Danger it is an army of Chinese who invade Europe. In „The Yellow Danger” Mr. Shiel described in lurid colors the possibilities of the overwhelming of the white world by the yellow man, a possibility for the imagining of, which he claimed no originality. „The Yellow Danger” has been the bugbear of the Russians ever since...
|E. Phillips Oppenheim|
Welcome to the adventuring, thrilling world of E. Phillips Oppenheim’s modern retelling of „Monte Cristo”. Gilbert Channay is released from prison after three years. He had been framed-up by business partners in the Channay Syndicate, and sets about executing his revenge. The retired policeman, Martin Fogg, mysteriously appears, knowing too much about Channay’s business. He helps Channay escape an attempt on his life...
One of the greatest stories ever told, 'The Iliad' has survived for thousands of years because of its insightful portrayal of man and its epic story of war, duty, honor, and revenge. The poem itself centers on the figure of Achilles the Greek warrior, his quarrel with King Agamemnon the Greek leader, the death of Achilles friend Patroclus, and Achilles ultimate defeat of the Trojan warrior Hector...
One of the greatest stories ever told, „'The Iliad'” has survived for thousands of years because of its insightful portrayal of man and its epic story of war, duty, honor, and revenge. The poem itself centers on the figure of Achilles the Greek warrior, his quarrel with King Agamemnon the Greek leader, the death of Achilles’ friend Patroclus, and Achilles’ ultimate defeat of the Trojan warrior Hector...
|William Le Queux, H.W. Wilson|
„The Invasion of 1910” is a novel written mainly by William Le Queux (along with H. W. Wilson providing the naval chapters). It is centered on an invasion by the Germans, who have managed to land a sizable invasion force on the East Coast of England. They reach London and occupy half the city. A junior Member of Parliament organizes a resistance movement, the „League of Defenders” and the Germans seem unable to combat this and tighten their...
|E. Phillips Oppenheim|
Cruelly betrayed by the testimony of Reuben Argels, his business partner and close friend, Moran Chambers is sentenced to 10 years in Sing Sing Prison. Haunted by the feeling that Chambers will exact revenge, Argels flees on the next boat to London, where he finds their third partner, the dour Scotchman Andrew Pulwitter, and Moran’s mistress, the lovely actress Ambouyna Kotinzi. Argels finds success in London...
If you like English adventure and spy stories, during the Great War, Valentine Williams is for you. The brothers Okewood, Desmond and Francis, will steal your heart and inspire you to mix it up with any passing Hun. Desmond Okewood is a young British officer in the First World War who goes to Germany on an important secret mission. The Kaiser has written a letter which both the British and the Germans are eager to get their hands on...
„The Collected Short Stories” is a collection of Abraham Merritt’s shorter works, and contains eight stories and two „fragments.” Included are: „The People of the Pit”, „Through the Dragon Glass”, „The Drone”, „The Last Poet and the Robots” and others. These short stories span the entire career of the man who has been called America’s foremost adventure fantasist of the 1920s and ’30s...
|Artur 'Arxel' Justyński|
Poradnik do gry „Fenimore Fillmore's Revenge” to ilustrowany opis przejścia oraz ukończenia całej przygody rozgrywającej się na Dzikim Zachodzie.Spis treści:
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Fenimore Fillmore's Revenge to trzecia część serii gier przygodowych w klimatach Dzikiego Zachodu...
The historical background to a Jewish presence in Canada is very well researched [...] the sections on critical analysis of individual texts are strong and insightful. Good use is made of particular texts as examples of general or theoretical propositions, e.g. Wiseman’s novel The Sacrifice is used extensively in the theoretical section on travel writing to test and illuminate theory.
This study makes a valuable attempt to relate Canadian Jewish...
|M. M. Petlińska|
Sensation novel with irresistible plot twists. The story about illegal female sex-agent team fighting with human trafficking.
Lucia Cocci runs Magnoopere foundation, which helps forced labor and sexual abuse victims. John Phil Cole is ex-SEALs. With the support of the influential senator of the United States Congress, they build a secret and illegal female sex-agent team and declare war to human trafficking...
|Maria Ejchart-Dubois, Maria Niełaczna, Andrzej Rzepliński|
|C. H. Beck|
After life imprisonment was reinstated as a penalty in Poland, 304 murderers were sentenced between 19 November 1995 and 31 December 2011. In this monograph, the authors present the results of their own research conducted between 2012 and 2017.
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Lucia Cocci runs Magnoopere foundation, which helps forced labor and sexual abuse victims. John Phis Cole is ex-SEALs. With the support of the influential Senator of the United States Congress, they build a secret and illegal female sex-agent team and declare war to human trafficking. However, politicians and other groups of power begin to be interested in the organization.
Poradnik do rozszerzenia Harley Quinn’s Revenge zawiera kompletny opis przejścia głównego wątku oraz dokładną lokalizację wszystkich ukrytych w grze balonów. W poradniku znajdziecie również dokładne mapy, rozwiązania zagadek oraz hasła deszyfrujące.