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The Shaping of the Nazi State
Peter D. Stachura, "The Shaping of the Nazi State (RLE Nazi Germany & Holocaust)"
English | 2014 | pages: 307 | ISBN: 1138803367, 1138803774 | PDF | 8,1 mb
Representing the scholarship of historians who have largely based their findings on previously unpublished material, this volume (originally published in 1978) provides a critical and provocative assessment of many established opinions on significant themes related to the dramatic rise and development of Adolf Hitler's Nazi Movement. The volume discusses among other things:




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The Sage's Tao Te Ching, 20th Anniversary Edition Ancient Advice for the Second Half of Life
William Martin, Hank Tusinski, "The Sage's Tao Te Ching, 20th Anniversary Edition: Ancient Advice for the Second Half of Life"
English | 2020 | pages: 146 | ISBN: B07WDRX5JQ | PDF | 1,4 mb
The twentieth anniversary edition of William Martin's free-verse interpretation of the Tao Te Ching, written expressly for those coming into the fullness of their wisdom




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The Rough Guide to Thailand
The Rough Guide to Thailand by Rough Guides
English | October 1, 2018 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B07KWHKDVY | 800 pages | EPUB | 19 Mb
Discover this exciting destination with the most incisive and entertaining guidebook on the market. Whether you plan to island-hop your way down the Andaman coast, sample street food at Bangkok's night markets or trek to the hill tribes around Chiang Mai, The Rough Guide to Thailand will show you the ideal places to sleep, eat, drink, shop and visit along the way.




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The Rough Guide to Andalucia
The Rough Guide to Andalucia by Rough Guides
English | June 1, 2018 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B07F7J9VQC | 620 pages | EPUB | 10 Mb
Discover this mesmerising region of Spain with the most incisive and entertaining guidebook on the market. Whether you plan to hike in the Sierra Nevada National Park, marvel at the world-famous Alhambra or discover Malaga's burgeoning art scene, The Rough Guide to Andalucia will show you the ideal places to sleep, eat, drink, shop and visit along the way.




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The Real JRR Tolkien  The Man Who Created Middle-Earth
The Real JRR Tolkien : The Man Who Created Middle-Earth
by Jesse Xander
English | 2021 | ISBN: 1526765152 | 194 Pages | True PDF | 10 MB




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The Principles and Practice of Yoga in Cardiovascular Medicine
The Principles and Practice of Yoga in Cardiovascular Medicine
by Indranill Basu-Ray and Darshan Mehta
English | 2022 | ISBN: 9811669120 | 399 Pages | True PDF | 13.2 MB




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The Oxford Handbook of Modality and Mood
Jan Nuyts, Johan van der Auwera, "The Oxford Handbook of Modality and Mood"
English | 2016 | pages: 684 | ISBN: 0199591431, 0198826788 | PDF | 39,3 mb
This handbook offers an in depth and comprehensive state of the art survey of the linguistic domains of modality and mood. An international team of experts in the field examine the full range of methodological and theoretical approaches to the many facets of the phenomena involved. Following an opening section that provides an introduction and historical background to the topic, the volume is divided into five parts. Parts 1 and 2 present the basic linguistic facts about the systems of modality and mood in the languages of the world, covering the semantics and the expression of different subtypes of modality and mood respectively. The authors also examine the interaction of modality and mood, mutually and with other semantic categories such as aspect, time, negation, and evidentiality. In Part 3, authors discuss the features of the modality and mood systems in five typologically different language groups, while chapters in Part 4 deal with wider perspectives on modality and mood:




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The Mystery of Sleep
The Mystery of Sleep by Scientific American Editors
English | July 15th, 2022 | ISBN: 9781948933049 | 180 pages | True EPUB | 0.78 MB
The reason we need sleep has long mystified scientists, but it's crystal clear that we do need it. In fact, the more we learn about what happens while we snooze, the more we discover new benefits for multiple processes including hormone balance, immune function, emotional health, learning and memory. Studies show that even one night of disturbed rest leads to measurable impairments, and for this mini-collection, we've gathered the most recent research on the mechanisms of sleep.




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The Missing Link from College to Career and Beyond Personal Financial Management 6e
Fred Selinger, "The Missing Link: from College to Career and Beyond Personal Financial Management 6/e"
English | 2018 | pages: 293 | ISBN: 1323850570 | PDF | 47,4 mb




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The Language Myth in Western Culture
Roy Harris, "The Language Myth in Western Culture"
English | 2001 | pages: 235 | ISBN: 0700714537, 0415865212 | PDF | 42,1 mb
The basic claim of this book is that for 2000 years and more the western tradition has relied on two very dubious assumptions about human communication: that each national language is a unique code and that linguistic communication consists in the utilization of such codes to transfer messages from mind to mind.




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The Illustrated History No 126 Wing RCAF D-Day to VE-Day
The Illustrated History No 126 Wing RCAF D-Day to VE-Day by Donald Nijboer
English | November 17, 2014 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B00PT1EZLU | 112 pages | MOBI | 4.96 Mb
No 126 Wing RCAF was the most successful Allied fighter wing from D-Day until the end of World War II. It shot down an astonishing 333 enemy aircraft. Of the 26 pilots in the 2nd Tactical Air Force with more than six enemy aircraft destroyed - 9 were from No 126 Wing. They also left 4,468 enemy vehicles destroyed on the battlefield. This is their Illustrated story.




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The Holy Trinity of Scones A Celestial Collection of Sweet and Savory Scones
The Holy Trinity of Scones: A Celestial Collection of Sweet and Savory Scones by Zoe Moore
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0B785HHH1 | 135 pages | EPUB | 6.32 Mb
Whether or not we're pro cooks, we all get the urge to try and bake at some point. Even if we know it's going to end in disaster, our cravings for something freshly baked and homemade are larger than life (a.k.a. our fear of dirty dishes). Thus, if you're already going to make a mess of your kitchen, why not do it for something you love, like scones? They're flaky, buttery goodness is irresistible, so we might as well give in to the temptation to make some.




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The History of the Kings of Britain
Geoffrey of Monmouth, "The History of the Kings of Britain "
English | ISBN: 0140441700 | | 384 pages | AZW3 | 538 KB
Completed in 1136, this classic chronicle traces the story of the realm from its supposed foundation by Brutus to the coming of the Saxons some two thousand years later. Vividly portraying legendary and semi-legendary figures such as Lear, Cymbeline, Merlin the magician, and the most famous of all British heroes, King Arthur, it is as much myth as it is history, and its veracity was questioned by other medieval writers. But Geoffrey of Monmouth's powerful evocation of illustrious men and deeds captured the imagination of subsequent generations, and his influence can be traced through the works of Malory, Shakespeare, Dryden, and Tennyson.




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The French Cook Sauces
Holly Herrick, "The French Cook: Sauces"
English | ISBN: 1423632389 | 2013 | 128 pages | AZW3 | 3 MB
Master the art of classic French sauces




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The Fall of France The History of Nazi Germany's Invasion and Conquest of France During World War II
The Fall of France: The History of Nazi Germany's Invasion and Conquest of France During World War II by Charles River Editors
English | July 2, 2015 | ISBN: 151478856X | 115 pages | EPUB | 1.99 Mb
*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of the fighting *Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents "My Luftwaffe is invincible...And so now we turn to England. How long will this one last - two, three weeks?" - Hermann Goering, June 1940 One of the most famous people in the world came to tour the city of Paris for the first time on June 28, 1940. Over the next three hours, he rode through the city's streets, stopping to tour L'OpГ©ra Paris. He rode down the Champs-Г‰lysГ©es toward the Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower, where he had his picture taken. After passing through the Arc de Triomphe, he toured the Pantheon and old medieval churches, though he did not manage to see the Louvre or the Palace of Justice. Heading back to the airport, he told his staff, "It was the dream of my life to be permitted to see Paris. I cannot say how happy I am to have that dream fulfilled today." Four years after his tour, Adolf Hitler would order the city's garrison commander, General Dietrich von Choltitz, to destroy Paris, warning his subordinate that the city "must not fall into the enemy's hand except lying in complete debris." Of course, Paris was not destroyed before the Allies liberated it, but it would take more than 4 years for them to wrest control of France from Nazi Germany after they took the country by storm in about a month in 1940. That said, it's widely overlooked today given how history played out that as the power of Nazi Germany grew alarmingly during the 1930s, the French sought means to defend their territory against the rising menace of the Thousand-Year Reich. As architects of the most punitive measures in the Treaty of Versailles following World War I, France was a natural target for Teutonic retribution, so the Maginot Line, a series of interconnected strongpoints and fortifications running along much of France's eastern border, helped allay French fears of invasion. The true flaw in French military strategy during the opening days of World War II lay not in reliance on the Maginot fortifications but in the army's neglect to exploit the military opportunities the Line created. In other words, the border defense performed as envisioned, but the other military arms supported it insufficiently to halt the Germans. The French Army squandered the opportunity not because the Maginot Line existed but because they failed to utilize their own defensive plan properly; the biggest problem was that the Germans simply skirted past the intricate defensive fortifications by invading neutral Belgium and swinging south, thereby avoiding the Maginot Line for the most part. The French had not expected the Germans would be able to move armored units through the Ardennes Forests, a heavily wooded region spanning parts of Belgium, France and the Netherlands. To the Allies' great surprise, the Germans had no trouble rolling across these lands in the span of weeks. And by invading France from the north, the Germans simply avoided the Maginot Line. The French surrendered in June 1940, and the British narrowly escaped disaster by transporting thousands of soldiers and equipment across the English Channel at Dunkirk. Thus, by the middle of 1940, the Axis powers and the Soviet Union had overrun nearly all of Western Europe. With France out of the war, and without active participation by the United States, Great Britain virtually stood alone. The Fall of France: The History of Nazi Germany's Invasion and Conquest of France During World War II chronicles the background and construction of the much maligned defensive fortifications. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the fall of France like never before, in no time at all.




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The End of World War II The History of the Battles that Ended the Fighting in Europe and the Pacific
The End of World War II: The History of the Battles that Ended the Fighting in Europe and the Pacific by Charles River Editors
English | June 25, 2015 | ISBN: 1514693887 | 334 pages | EPUB | 11 Mb
*Includes pictures *Includes accounts of fighting at major battles like D-Day, Okinawa, Iwo Jima, the Bulge, and more *Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents During World War II, the free world literally hung in the balance, with the Axis and Allies engaging in warfare on an unprecedented scale. Although Hitler's Nazi Germany had overrun much of the European continent by 1940, the Allies began to reverse the momentum in 1942. By the end of 1943, with Allied forces firmly established in Italy and the Soviets on the verge of turning the tide in Russia, the British and Americans began to Description the invasion that would liberate Europe from the Nazis. After the successful amphibious invasion on D-Day in June 1944, the Allies began racing east toward Germany and liberating France along the way. The Allies had landed along a 50 mile stretch of French coast, and despite suffering 8,000 casualties on D-Day, over 100,000 still began the march across the western portion of the continent. By the end of August 1944, the German Army in France was shattered, with 200,000 killed or wounded and a further 200,000 captured. However, Adolf Hitler reacted to the news of invasion with glee, figuring it would give the Germans a chance to destroy the Allied armies that had water to their backs. As he put it, "The news couldn't be better. We have them where we can destroy them." After resisting the German attack at the Battle of the Bulge, the Allied armies began advancing, and with that, the race to Berlin was truly on. In the weeks it took for the Battle of Berlin to be fought, an American president passed away, a British Prime Minister had to make concessions he did not desire, a Russian leader fought his way into Western Europe to stay, and a German one took his own life. The battle's implications would be felt for the next 50 years. When Admiral Chester Nimitz was directed to capture an island in the Bonin group, Iwo Jima stood out for its importance in making progress against the mainland, with three airfields that would allow American air forces to attack the Japanese mainland. But the Japanese were also well aware of how important Iwo Jima was, and they fought desperately in bunkers and tunnels that required the Americans to carefully clear them out gradually. Near the end of 1944, as Allied forces were pushing across the Pacific and edging ever closer to Japan, plans were drawn up to invade the Ryuku islands, the most prominent of them being Okinawa. Military planners anticipated that an amphibious campaign would last a week, but instead of facing 60,000 Japanese defenders as estimated, there were closer to 120,000 on the island at the beginning of the campaign in April 1945. The Battle of Okinawa was the largest amphibious operation in the Pacific theater, and it would last nearly 3 months and wind up being the fiercest in the Pacific theater during the war, with nearly 60,000 American casualties and over 100,000 Japanese soldiers killed. In addition, the battle resulted in an estimated 40,000-150,000 Japanese civilian casualties. Given the horrific nature of the combat, and the fact that it was incessant for several weeks, it's no surprise that Okinawa had a profound psychological effect on the men who fought, but it also greatly influenced the thinking of military leaders who were planning subsequent campaigns, including a potential invasion of the Japanese mainland. The casualty tolls at Okinawa ultimately helped compel President Truman to use the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in an effort to end the war before having to attempt such an invasion. The End of World War II: The History of the Battles that Ended the Fighting in Europe and the Pacific chronicles the background leading up to the end of the war in 1945. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the end of World War II like never before.




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The Crystal Lattice Phonons, Solitons, Dislocations, Superlattices, Second Edition
The Crystal Lattice: Phonons, Solitons, Dislocations, Superlattices, Second Edition By Arnold M. Kosevich(auth.)
2006 | 343 Pages | ISBN: 3527405089 | PDF | 4 MB
The aim of this successful book is to describe and analyse peculiarities of classical and quantum dynamics of a crystal as a spatially periodic structure. In the second revised and updated edition, the author focuses on low-dimensional models of crystals and on superlattices. Both traditional questions like the spectrum of vibrations, the idea of phonon gas, dislocations etc. and new aspects like the theory of quantum crystals, solitons in 1D crystals, dislocation theory of melting of 2D crystals etc. are discussed. The author gives an explanation of a set of phenomena which entered into solid state physics during the last decades. It is shown that the crystal properties are sensitive to the dimension of the crystal and its defect structure, and depend slightly on whether the periodic structure consists of atoms, or electrical dipoles, or magnetic moments (spins). Considerable attention is devoted to the dislocation mechanisms as a basis of the theory of plasticity and numerous technological applications of crystalline materials.Content: Chapter 1 Mechanics of a One?Dimensional Crystal (pages 15-57): Chapter 2 General Analysis of Vibrations of Monatomic Lattices (pages 59-88): Chapter 3 Vibrations of Polyatomic Lattices (pages 89-123): Chapter 4 Frequency Spectrum and Its Connection with the Green Function (pages 125-151): Chapter 5 Acoustics of Elastic Superlattices: Phonon Crystals (pages 153-162): Chapter 6 Quantization of Crystal Vibrations (pages 163-181): Chapter 7 Interaction of Excitations in a Crystal (pages 183-201): Chapter 8 Quantum Crystals (pages 203-212): Chapter 9 Point Defects (pages 213-232): Chapter 10 Linear Crystal Defects (pages 233-246): Chapter 11 Localization of Vibrations (pages 247-277): Chapter 12 Localization of Vibrations Near Extended Defects (pages 279-296): Chapter 13 Elastic Field of Dislocations in a Crystal (pages 297-319): Chapter 14 Dislocation Dynamics (pages 321-340):




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The Cartoons That Shook the World
Jytte Klausen, "The Cartoons That Shook the World"
English | 2009 | ISBN: 0300124724 | 230 pages | True PDF | 0.59 MB
On September 30, 2005, the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published twelve cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Five months later, thousands of Muslims inundated the newspaper with outpourings of anger and grief by phone, email, and fax; from Asia to Europe Muslims took to the streets in protest. This book is the first comprehensive investigation of the conflict that aroused impassioned debates around the world on freedom of expression, blasphemy, and the nature of modern Islam.




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The C.A.M.P. Guide to Sex and the Single Gay
Victor J. Banis, "The C.A.M.P. Guide to Sex and the Single Gay"
English | ISBN: 1434445690 | 2012 | 200 pages | AZW3 | 331 KB
Jackie Holmes, That Man from C.A.M.P., lays it on the line (with the help of chronicler Victor J. Banis)...to provide those seeking male gay partners and relationships with some basic advice on human psychology, sexuality, and social interaction. Jackie teaches the art of cruising while his dear friends swish through the nearby pages. Under the C.A.M.P. agent's ever-scrutinizing eyes, the belles and the aunties become instantly recognizable, and the Love Nest is seen for what it really is. We experience the still-recognizable world of Witches and Bitches, "private" seductions, large cocktail parties, and balls. This is the definitive tongue-in-cheek guide to making (and sustaining) gay connections, now available for the first time in over four decades!




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The Bell Curve Debate
Russell Jacoby, Naomi Glauberman, "The Bell Curve Debate"
English | 1995 | ISBN: 0812925874 | 720 pages | PDF | 22.7 MB
Russell Jacoby and Naomi Glauberman have edited a book on race, class, and intelligence that will stand for the foreseeable future as the authoritative guide to the extraordinary controversy ignited by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray's incendiary bestseller, The Bell Curve. The editors have gathered together both the best of recent reviews and essays, and salient documents drawn from the curious history of this heated debate. The Bell Curve Debate captures the fervor, anger, and scope of an almost unprecedented national argument over the very idea of democracy and the possibility of a tolerant, multiracial America. It is an essential companion and answer to The Bell Curve, and provides scholarship and polemic from every point of view. It is a must-read for the informed citizen in search of all the views fit to print.




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The Beauty of Geology Art of Geology Mapping in China Over a Century
The Beauty of Geology: Art of Geology Mapping in China Over a Century by Chenyang Li
English | EPUB | 2019 | 125 Pages | ISBN : 9811337853 | 407.9 MB
This book contains a collection of rare geologic maps and figures made by Chinese geologists in the last century. Preserved in National Geological Archives of China, these artworks demonstrate the development and innovation of geological mapping technology in China in the past 100 years. The collections are highly scientific and artistic, with most of the hand-drawn maps featured with traditional Chinese painting techniques, while the newer ones being more accurate and embedded with more scientific information with the aid of computer techniques.




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The Art Within Portrait Photography A Master Photographer's Revealing and Enlightening Look at Portraiture
Klaus Bohn, "The Art Within Portrait Photography: A Master Photographer's Revealing and Enlightening Look at Portraiture"
English | ISBN: 0978116232 | 2007 | 136 pages | AZW3 | 1226 KB
Exploring the art and creativity that exists in portraiture allows us to create a greater awareness of ourselves and our surroundings. From Glamour to Children, Couples, Families, Pets, Executives and more, Klaus Bohn's work lets us really see the emotions, feelings and art contained within these images.




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The Apocalypse Factory Plutonium and the Making of the Atomic Age
Steve Olson, "The Apocalypse Factory: Plutonium and the Making of the Atomic Age"
English | ISBN: 0393634973 | 2020 | 352 pages | AZW3 | 3 MB
A thrilling narrative of scientific triumph, decades of secrecy, and the unimaginable destruction wrought by the creation of the atomic bomb.




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The 3D Stereotaxic Brain Atlas of the Degu With MRI and Histology Digital Model with a Freely Rotatable Viewer
The 3D Stereotaxic Brain Atlas of the Degu: With MRI and Histology Digital Model with a Freely Rotatable Viewer by Noriko Kumazawa-Manita
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 149 Pages | ISBN : 4431566139 | 232.90 MB
This book is the first digital atlas of the degu brain with microscopic features simultaneously in Nissl sections and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). As an experimental animal model, the degu contributes to a variety of medical research fields in diabetes, hyperglycemia, pancreatic function, and adaptation to high altitude, among others. Recently the degu has gained increasing importance in the field of neuroscience, particularly in studies evaluating the relationship between sociality and cognitive brain functions, and in studies pertaining to the evolutional aspects of the acquisition of tool-use abilities.




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Territoriality of Radical Islamist Groups Security, Economy, and Identity
Bohumil DoboЕЎ, "Territoriality of Radical Islamist Groups: Security, Economy, and Identity "
English | ISBN: 0367745739 | 2021 | 156 pages | EPUB | 926 KB
This book examines the issue of territorial control by violent jihadist groups, using a comparative perspective.




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Teaching against Violence The Reassessing Toolbox
Inez Testoni, "Teaching against Violence: The Reassessing Toolbox"
English | 2014 | pages: 192 | ISBN: 6155225931 | PDF | 4,4 mb
Teaching Against Violence deals with gender based violence, paying particular attention to domestic violence, as in this field feminism has tenaciously sought to change the condition of women and, as a result, many international policies have promoted a significant social transformation. The chapters present active techniques that were adopted during the interventions to promote women's empowerment. The contributions face these issues from various perspectives, present the state of the art research in multiple fields of study and suggest educational best practices that can be used where this problem is particularly severe.




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Teach Yourself VISUALLY iPad
Guy Hart-Davis, "Teach Yourself VISUALLY iPad"
English | 2017 | pages: 351 | ISBN: 1119463890, 1119471265 | PDF | 180,9 mb
Learn the basics and beyond with this visual guide to the iPad, iPad mini, and iPad Pro




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Taiwan In World Affairs
Taiwan In World Affairs
by Robert G. Sutter and William R. Johnson
English | 2019 | ISBN: 0367289415 | 385 Pages | True ePUB | 1.13 MB




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TILDA Towards Industrial LESDNS in Aeronautics
TILDA: Towards Industrial LES/DNS in Aeronautics: Paving the Way for Future Accurate CFD - Results of the H2020 Research Project TILDA, Funded by the European Union, 2015 -2018 by Charles Hirsch
English | EPUB | 2021 | 545 Pages | ISBN : 3030620476 | 131.7 MB
This book offers detailed insights into new methods for high-fidelity CFD, and their industrially relevant applications in aeronautics. It reports on the H2020 TILDA project, funded by the European Union in 2015-2018. The respective chapters demonstrate the potential of high-order methods for enabling more accurate predictions of non-linear, unsteady flows, ensuring enhanced reliability in CFD predictions.




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Syrian Civil War and Europe
Zhao Chen, "Syrian Civil War and Europe "
English | ISBN: 0367648962 | 2020 | 160 pages | EPUB | 502 KB
Known as the "beating heart" of the Arab World, Syria has held high geographic and political importance in the Middle East and has been the battlefield of superpowers for centuries. Since the outbreak of the "Arab Spring," its central role has been reinforced by its civil war, one of the longest and bloodiest conflicts since World War II, causing significant humanitarian disaster.




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