Author: Diana Rose Cammack
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: war, boer, anglo, witwatersrand, rand
Number of Pages: 246
Diana Cammack provides a rich and readable account of events in the city of Johannesburg that led to the Anglo-Boer War, and she enhances our understanding of both the effects of British imperialism at the turn of the century and the development of the unique racial order of contemporary South Africa. Incorporating social, political, and military history, this work covers events on the Rand during the final year before the war including the flight of well over a hundred thousand black and white refugees in a few weeks of panic; refugee life at the coast; and work, politics, and life on the Ran
Author: Corrie Haffly
Keywords: tricks, techniques, tips, design, anthology, web, photoshop
Number of Pages: 288
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Author: Hilda Petrie-Coutts
Publisher: RJ Communications
Keywords: destiny, danger
Number of Pages: 508
Five years old Chantal, daughter of Charles Beddington, prominent MP and wealthy landowner, is kidnapped by the international terrorist gang ’September Nova’ setting in motion a series of dramatic events stretching into her adult life. Following several violent assaults on her family, Chantal has to face the age-old dilemma - whether to try to evade and escape evil or to confront it head on as she questions - Is Danger My Destiny?
Authors: Fedor Dostoyevsky, Fritz Eichenberg,
Publisher: Orbis Books
Keywords: works, selections, dostoyevsky, gospel
Number of Pages: 264
A collection of excerpts from Dostoyevsky’s writings, demonstrating his spiritual thoughts and grouped under such headings as "Man’s Rebellion Against God" and "Life in God."
Author: J. Heinrich Arnold
Publisher: Plough Publishing House
Number of Pages: 282
I pray that those who read this book won’t be afraid to be confronted, and I trust that the word of God that comes to them through it will bring true comfort, true consolation, true hope, and true courage. -Henri J.M.