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Behind Closed Doors Sphere
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
'To begin with, nothing was certain except her own terror ...' Ten years ago, fourteen-year-old Scarlett Rainsford vanished without a trace during a family holiday to Greece. Not being able to find Scarlett was one of the biggest regrets of DCI Louisa Smith's career and when Scarlett is discovered back in her home town after all this time, Lou is determined to find out what happened to her and why she remained hidden for so long. Was she abducted or did she run away? As Lou and her team delve deeper into Scarlett's past, their investigation throws up more questions than it answers. But as they edge closer to the truth about what really went on behind closed doors, it is more sinister and disturbing than they had ever imagined. From the bestselling author of Into the Darkest Corner comes an unsettling and compulsively readable novel that will keep you under its spell until the very last page.
Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Computing & information technology>Business applicationsKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Economics, fina...
Aims To Helps You Become A Better Manager. This Book Talks About Scheduling And Managing Resources, And Helping Team Members Grow And Prosper. It Provides Tips For: Delegating; Using Feedback And Goal-setting; Developing Influence; Handling One-on-one Meetings; Coaching And Mentoring; Deciding What Work To Do And What Not To Do; And More.
Behind Closed Doors State University of New York Press
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
What happens behind the closed doors of the teachers' lounge? Does the lounge provide more than a place to rest and maybe drink a cup of coffee between classes?Behind Closed Doors examines the teachers' lounge as a site for the development of communal knowledge. While the book discusses an extensive qualitative study of teacher interactions in 26 teachers' lounges in Israeli schools, it reveals that the culture of teachers transcends national boundaries and is quite recognizable. Teachers in the lounge are regarded in this book as 'learners' whether they are actually involved in formal professional development activities, or in informal exchanges with their colleagues. Teachers learn about students and modes of instruction, but also about norms of collegiality that govern life in the lounge, and about supporting each other and coping with the manifold stresses of teaching. This book makes a significant contribution to the literature on teacher learning and socialization.
More Blood, Sweat and Beers Simon & Schuster
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
In More Blood, Sweat and Beers, World Cup-winning rugby legend Lawrence Dallaglio shares his favourite stories from his time at International rugby's greatest tournament. With razor-sharp wit and good humour he lets the reader behind the closed doors of the tournament, to see what happens on and off the pitch when the cameras aren't looking. All the great names are here - Blanco, Lomu and Pienaar among them - and in his time Dallaglio has shared pints or blows (or both) with them all and has lived to tell the stories. Funny, frank and fully loaded with quick-fire banter these are the best of the best tales of the legends of the International stage.
Live At The Greek - Cd + Dvd - SIDE ONE DUMMY
1. The Likes Of You Again 2. Swagger 3. Requiem Of A Dying Song 4. Man With No Country 5. Every Dog Has Its Day 6. These Exiled Years 7. Drunken Lullabys 8. You Won't Make A Fool Out Of Me 9. (No More) Paddy's Lament 10. Us Of Lesser Gods 11. The Son Never Shines (On Closed Doors) 12. Float 101. Tobbacco Island 102. Rebels Of Sacred Heart 103. Devil's Dancefloor 104. If You Ever Leave This World Alive 105. Salty Dog 106. The Lighting Storm 107. What's Left Of A Flag 108. Wrong Company 109. The Story So Far 110. The Seven Deadly Sins 201. The Likes Of You Again 202. Swagger 203. Requiem Of A Dying Song 204. Man With No Country 205. Every Dog Has Its Day 206. These Exiled Years 207. Drunken Lullabys 208. You Won't Make A Fool Out Of Me 209. (No More) Paddy's Lament 210. Us Of Lesser Gods 211. The Son Never Shines (On Closed Doors) 212. Float 213. Tobbacco Island 214. Rebels Of Sacred Heart 215. Devil's Dancefloor 216. If You Ever Leave This World Alive 217. Salty Dog 218. The Lighting Storm 219. What's Left Of A Flag 220. Wrong Company 221. The Story So Far 222. The Seven Deadly Sins
Pathway Of My Life Bear Family Records
1. If I Lose You Tomorrow 2. I'll Set My Teardrops To Music 3. Number One On The Hurt Parade 4. I've Got A Date With A Teardrop 5. Clubs, Spades, Diamonds And Hearts 6. The Great Society 7. On Tap, In The Can, Or In The Bottle 8. Let The Four Winds Choose 9. New Blackboard Of My Heart 10. Smoky The Bar 11. The Big One Got Away 12. Lend Me A Dollar 13. Where Is The Circus 14. Love Walked Out Long Before She Did 15. He's Got A Way With Women 16. I See Them Everywhere 17. Green Light 18. Most Of All 19. Whoa Sailor 20. Humpty Dumpty Heart 21. Squaws Along The Yukon 22. Today 23. Breaking The Rules 24. Tomorrow Night 25. Wildwood Flower 26. John Henry 27. Take The A Train 28. Brazos Valley Blues 29. La Golondrina 30. Steel Guitar Rag 31. Turkey On The Strings 32. Chihuahua 33. Polka 34. Ja-da 101. When The Saints Go Marching In 102. Fiddleitis 103. Maiden's Prayer / Faded Love 104. Salute To Bob 105. Cold Cold Heart 106. I'm Movin' On 107. Six Days On The Road 108. Walking The Floor Over You 109. She Thinks I Still Care 110. Together Again 111. Slipping Around 112. Smoke Smoke Smoke That Cigarette 113. He'll Have To Go 114. Sixteen Tons 115. Pop A Top 116. New Records On The Jukebox 117. Cocaine Blues 118. Bright Lights And Blonde Haired Women 119. What's Made Milwaukee Famous 120. Ace In The Hole 121. Let's Get Drunk And Be Somebody 122. My Rough And Rowdy Ways 123. Drunkard's Blues (Take 14) 124. Girl In The Night (Take 19) 125. The Pathway Of My Life 126. At Certain Times 127. Mutiny On The Monotony 128. Drunkard's Blues (Take 9) 129. Girl In The Night (Take 18) 201. Oklahoma Hills 202. Dusty Skies 203. Dear Okie 204. Oklahoma Home Brew 205. The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma 206. Take Me Back To Tulsa 207. Guthrie (With Strings) 208. Happy Oklahoma 209. O-k-l-a-h-o-m-a 210. Homesick, Lonesome, Hillbilly Okie 211. Big Boat Across Oklahoma 212. Oklahoma Stomp 213. Guthrie (W/o Strings) 214. I'm Afraid I Lied 215. But That's All Right (With Strings) 216. One Of The Fortunate Few (With Strings) 217. Take It All Away 218. Cozy Inn 219. Everybody Loves A Pretty Baby 220. Where My Sweet Baby Used To Walk 221. Next Time I Fall In Love (I Won't) 222. I'd Do It Again 223. Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love 224. Waiting In The Lobby Of Your Heart 225. We've Gone Too Far 226. The Wild Side Of Life 227. Yesterday's Girl 228. It's Better To Have Loved A Little 229. But That's All Right (W/o Strings) 230. One Of The Fortunate Few (W/o Strings) 301. I'll Be Around 302. Gloria 303. Glow Worm 304. Be My Life's Companion 305. Paper Doll 306. Till Then 307. You Always Hurt The One You Love 308. Cab Driver 309. Lazy River 310. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You 311. Across The Alley From The Alamo 312. Promise Her Anything 313. The Mark Of A Heel 314. I've Come Awful Close 315. That's Why I Sing In A Honky Tonk 316. Fifteen Dollar Draw 317. Roses In The Wine 318. Teardrops On The Rocks 319. The Older The Violin, The Sweeter The Music 320. Kindly Keep It Country 321. Jill's Jack In The Box 322. The Lord Knows I'm Drinking 323. Loving On Back Streets 324. Southern Loving 325. It's Four In The Morning 326. Behind Closed Doors 327. I Ain't Never 328. A Six Pack To Go 329. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again 330. Whatever's Left 331. The Corner Of My Life 332. I Recall A Gypsy Woman 401. Won't You Ride In My Little Red Wagon 402. Who Left The Door To Heaven Open 403. The Same Old Way (Take 4) 404. Let It Burn 405. Red Necks, White Socks And Blue Ribbon Beer 406. Country Bumpkin 407. There's A Honky Tonk Angel 408. Wait A Little Longer Baby 409. Mama Don't Allow No Music 410. Fair Weather Love 411. After You Have Made Me Over 412. That's Just My Truckin' Luck 413. Mississippi Sam 414. Answer Me, My Love 415. Ramblin' Rose 416. Mona Lisa 417. A Blossom Fell 418. It's Only A Paper Moon 419. If I May - Too Young 420. The Gypsy 421. Pretend 422. That's All There Is, There Isn't Any More 423. Oh Mary Don't You Weep 424. Annie Over 425. Hangover Tavern 426. She's Just A Whole Lot Like You 427. The Same Old Way (Take 6) 501. Modine 502. Golden Turnpike In The Sky 503. I Lost My Love To A Truck Drivin' Man 504. Movin' On 505. Trucker's Lullaby 506. Fifteen Miles To Clarksville 507. Asphalt Cowboy 508. Truck Drivers Turn Them On 509. Fifteen Gears 510. Truck It On Down To My House Baby 511. Honky Tonk Girl 512. I'll Sign My Heart Away 513. Yesterday's Girl 514. Another Shot Of Toddy 515. Forgive Me 516. Play For Me One Polka 517. Big Band Days 518. Bring Back The Waltzes 519. Three Little Swigs 520. Don't Get Around Much Anymore 521. Bummin' Around 522. Just One Step Away 523. Absent Minded Me 524. Comin' In For Rye 525. Johnny On The Spot 526. Simple Simon, Simple Heart 527. It Gets More Like Monday Everyday 528. When You've Seen One Broken Heart 529. Just An Old Flame 530. Tell Me When The Flag Is Passing By 531. Time Wounds All Heels 532. It's Five O'clock Somewhere 601. Ages And Ages Ago 602. She Loves The One She's With 603. If Worst Come To Worst 604. Window In My Heart 605. If I Had An Ounce Of Sense 606. We Don't Love There Anymore 607. Cheaters Never Win 608. Dance With Me Molly 609. Point Of No Return 610. Signs Of Love 611. That Want You, Need You, Got To Have You Feelin' 612. Through The Bottom Of The Glass 613. I Hear The South Callin' Me 614. Tony's Tank-up, Drive-in Cafe 615. Money Trouble And Love 616. I'm Just Gettin' By 617. Have A Good Time 618. World's Greatest Feelin' 619. Take Me Back To Tulsa 620. Gettin' Down, Gettin' Together, Gettin' In Love 621. Texans And Okies 622. Rollin' In Your Sweet Sunshine 623. One Hell Of A Weekend 624. You're Poppin' Tops 625. Star Of The Starlight Saloon 626. The King Of Western Swing 627. A Little More Country 628. If I Were In Your Shoes 629. Pistol Packing Mama 630. Driving Nails In My Coffin 631. Whatever Happened To Mary 632. The Convict And The Rose 701. All That Goes Up 702. Big Boat Across Oklahoma 703. Cocaine Blues 704. Drop Me Gently (So My Heart Won't Break) 705. Shame On You 706. Rockin' In The Congo 707. Stars And Stripes On Iwo Jima 708. Take The A Train 709. Hello Request Line 710. Let's Stop What We Started 711. Honey's Mobile Love Repair 712. Always A Lady 713. I Woke Up With A Few 714. Rainy Days And Whiskey Nights 715. Once In A Blue Moon 716. A Six Pack To Go 717. The Wild Side Of Life 718. Oklahoma Hills 719. Breakin' The Rules 720. Blondes With No Last Name 721. Walkin' On New Grass 722. Pick Pocket 723. Honky Tonk Good Ole Gals And Hillbilly Bands 724. I Let Me Heart Do The Talking For Me 725. Swingin' Side Of Them Swingin' Doors 726. I Woke Up With A Few (Alternate Take) 727. Oklahoma Hills 728. Wild Side Of Life 729. Green Light 730. Old Time Fiddle Medley 731. A Six Pack To Go
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
When Thomas wakes up in the lift, the only thing he can remember is his first name. His memory is blank. But he's not alone. When the lift's doors open, Thomas finds himself surrounded by kids who welcome him to the Glade - a large, open expanse surrounded by stone walls.§Just like Thomas, the Gladers don't know why or how they got to the Glade. All they know is that every morning the stone doors to the maze that surrounds them have opened. Every night they've closed tight. And every 30 days a new boy has been delivered in the lift.§Thomas was expected. But the next day, a girl is sent up - the first girl to ever arrive in the Glade. And more surprising yet is the message she delivers.§§Thomas might be more important than he could ever guess. If only he could unlock the dark secrets buried within his mind.
Secret History of Geisha Women of Pleasure Quarters Broadway Books
In this revealing, accessible, and up-to-date portrait of geisha society, an expert on Japanese culture provides persona! insight into a perpetually enchanting underworld. Much has been written about the lives of geishas, but this rich subject has yet to receive the colorful, popular study it deserves. Determined to create a thoroughly entertaining but authoritative account of geisha history, journalist Lesley Downer dedicated years to research and undercover journeys behind doors previously closed to outsiders. In Women of the Pleasure Quarters, she delves deeply into this closed realm, bringing back priceless tales of glamour and romance from some of Japan's most famous geishas, who were the celebrities of their day.From the first geishas four hundred years ago (who were actually men!) to the later rituals and delicate arts that every successful geisha had to master, Women of the Pleasure Quarters transports readers to a place that is as elegant as it is harsh. Through the eyes of those who lived it, Women of the Pleasure Quarters relates lively stories of the personalities behind the customs and costumes, along with intriguing information about protocol, such as how contraception is handled in a country where birth-control pills are still not licensed for public use. Vividly describing the daily activities in a geisha house, Downer also explores matters of the heart-including the reasons girls entered this life, and how it transformed them inside and out.While Arthur Golden's Memoirs of a Geisha introduced hundreds of thousands of readers to an exotic new world, Women of the Pleasure Quarters proves that truth can be even more fascinating than fiction.
Tolstoy's Forbidden Words BERTRAMS
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
This book presents writings Tolstoy was never, in his lifetime, allowed to publish in his native Russia. He was a successful author by middle age; world famous for his novels 'War and Peace' and 'Anna Karenina.' But after a mid-life spiritual awakening, Tolstoy chose a different direction, and for the last 30 years of his life, produced material that offended both Church and State. His religious writings set him at odds with the Orthodox Church, and led eventually to his excommunication. His political and social writings set him in opposition to the government, and brought strict censorship and the threat of imprisonment. But though doors closed on him in Russia, doors opened for him elsewhere; for when Tolstoy's secretary and friend Vladimir Chertkov was exiled by the government in 1897, he travelled to England. Tolstoy was at first distressed at his departure. He missed the devotion of his most intimate disciple; and also worried for him: 'I'm very much afraid you'll be corrupted in England,' he wrote to Chertkov. 'I've just received the Review of Reviews and read it, and I caught such a sense of that astonishing English self-satisfied dullness that I put myself in your place and tried to think how you would get on with them.' But Tolstoy need not have worried. It was said of Chertkov that he was even more Tolstoyan than Tolstoy, and his time in England was entirely spent in promoting his master's cause. Chertkov put his money, energy and leadership skills into the remarkable Free Age Press, run by AC Fifield. Over the next few years, this small press produced 424 million pages of Tolstoy's writing. Seven of these short works are presented here, each with their own introduction, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Tolstoy's death. He died on the railway station in Astapovo, in November, 1910. By then, however, thanks to the Free Age Press, his writings were spilling out way beyond the borders of his Russian homeland. The censors could only reach so far...
Weapons of Mass Diplomacy Self Made Hero
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Paris, 2002. Arthur Vlaminck, a young civil servant, lands an impressive first job as the speechwriter for Alexandre Taillard de Vorms, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Quai d'Orsay. Vorms is no simple man. A refined and driven intellectual, he loves Napoleon, frequently quotes classical poetry and philosophy - and if he bears more than a passing resemblance to the real Foreign Minister at the time, Dominique de Villepin ...well, the authors couldn't possibly comment. As the imposing doors of politics and diplomacy swing open, Vlaminck is thrown into a world of large egos, high stress, and low cunning - and tasked with drafting France's response to a growing international crisis in the Middle East for de Vorm's mission to the United Nations. Spanning the run-up to an invasion, we see in painful - and often hilarious - detail the inevitable clash between Gallic reluctance and American assurance over the case for Weapons of Mass Destruction - a period that sees French fries become "freedom fries" and a line from The Simpsons about "cheese-eating surrender monkeys" gain international currency. A tale of French diplomacy, Ancient Greek divinities, and the seemingly intractable problems of the Middle East, Weapons of Mass Diplomacy is an internationally bestselling, award-winning graphic novel that provides a profound, informed, and often very funny portrait of how "stuff happens" behind the closed doors of the Quai d'Orsay.
Silversmith's Wife Simon & Schuster Ltd
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
The year is 1792 and it's winter in Berkeley Square. As the city sleeps, the night-watchman keeps a cautious eye over the streets and another eye in the back doors of the great and the good. Then one fateful night he comes across the body of Pierre Renard, the eponymous silversmith, lying dead, his throat cut and his valuables missing. It could be common theft, committed by one of the many villains who stalk the square, but as news of the murder spreads, it soon becomes clear that Renard had more than a few enemies, all with their own secrets to hide. At the centre of this web is Mary, the silversmith's wife. Ostensibly theirs was an excellent pairing, but behind closed doors their relationship was a dark and at times sadistic one and when we meet her, Mary is withdrawn and weak, haunted by her past and near-mad with guilt. Will she attain the redemption she seeks and what, exactly, does she need redemption for...? Rich, intricate and beautifully told, this is a story of murder, love and buried secrets.
Składanki > Oldies
Wykonawca: Różni wykonawcy Tytuł: Oldie Show Vol. 4. Wydanie 3-płytowe. Wydawnictwo: Weton-Wesgram Rok wydania: 1999 Nr katalogowy: SP 307 Stan: Idealny Lista utworów: CD1 : Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - A Groovy Kind Of Love The Sweet - Action The Turtles - She's Rather Be With Me Jan & Dean - Surf City Francis Lai - Theme From Love Story Middle Of The Road - Yellow Boomerang The New Seekers - I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders - Game Of Love Bucks Fizz - Making Your Mind Up Fontella Bass - Rescue Me Sandie Shaw - Long Live Love Limahl - Too Shy The Troggs - Love Is All Around Sue Thompson - Norman Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive Billie Jo Spears - Blanket On The Ground Sir Douglas Quintet - Mendocino / Dynamite Woman CD2: Limahl - Big Apple Gilbert O'Sullivan - Alone Again Redbone - Witch Queen Of New Orleans FR David - Words Edison Lighthouse - Love Grows The American Breed - Bend Me Shape Me Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock Sam & Dave - Soul Man Gloria Gaynor - Reach Out I'll Be There Jewel Akens - The Birds And The Bees Lloyd Price - Personality Mungo Jerry - Just Can't Say Goodbye Amii Stewart - Light My Fire Ben E King - Stand By Me Alan O'Day - Undercover Angel Charlie Rich - Behind Closed Doors Pat Boone - Poetry In Motion CD3: Gloria Gaynor - Never Can Say Goodbye Bucks Fizz - Land Of Make Believe Michel Legrand - The Windmills Of Your Mind The Sweet - Little Willy Andrea True Connection - More, More, More Heatwave - Boogie Nights Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness Petula Clark - My Love Roger Miller - King Of The Road Amii Stewart - Knock On Wood Chicory Tip - Son Of My Father Badfinger - No Matter What Lou Christie - I'm Gonna Make You Mine Freda Payne - Band Of Gold Paper Lace - Billy Don't Be A Hero The Crystals - Then He Kissed Her
Third Reich in Power Penguin
The Third Reich in Power examines how it was possible for a group of ideological obsessives to remould a society famous for its sophistication and complexity into a one-party state directed at war and race hate. Richard J. Evans shows how the Nazis won over the hearts and minds of German citizens, twisted science, religion and culture, and transformed the economy, education, law and order to achieve total dominance in German politics and society. Drawing on an extraordinary range of research, blending narrative, description and analysis he creates a picture of a dictatorship consumed by visceral hatreds and ambitions, and driven by war. 'Authoritative history... impressive sweep... This essential book comes as a stark reminder, should we need one, of how much freedom a people is prepared to give away in a political climate dominated by fear.' Daily Telegraph Extract from The Third Reich in Power, 1933-1939 by Richard J. Evans Despised minorities were, to be sure, put in the concentration camps; but to focus exclusively on this ignores the much larger number of political and other deviants condemned by the courts and put in state prisons and penitentiaries. The further in time we get from Nazi Germany, the more difficult it becomes for historians living in democratic political systems and in cultures which respect the rights of the individual to make the leap of imagination necessary to understand people's behaviour in a state such as Nazi Germany, where imprisonment, torture or even death might await anyone who dared to voice the slightest criticism of the regime and its leaders. Those who approved of such repression were in all likelihood a minority, active supporters and functionaries of the Party like the Block Wardens, and a good number of middle- and upper-class, conservative Germans who thought the best place for Marxists to be was in prison anyway. Even they, however, knew well enough that they had to be careful about what they said and did, and the dangers of not doing so became abundantly clear once opposition began to spread among these groups too. The shots that killed Kurt von Schleicher, Herbert von Bose, Edgar Jung, Gustav von Kahr, Erich Klausener and Kurt von Bredow at the beginning of July 1934 were also a warning to upper- and middle-class conservatives to keep their heads down if they did not want them to be blown off. Ordinary conservative citizens like Luise Solmitz, who harboured no thoughts of political activism, may have turned aside from the bleak fact of the regime's willingness to murder its opponents, revealed so starkly in late June and early July 1934, in their relief that the order they craved had been restored; to such people, Röhm's stormtroopers seemed as great a menace as the Reichsbanner or the Red Front-Fighters' League of the Weimar years. Yet behind closed doors they cannot have been oblivious to the fate of the conservative clique around Vice-Chancellor von Papen. It was not only the third or so of the population who had been committed to the Marxist left before 1933 that was subject to massive intimidation. Indeed, scarcely had the murderous violence of the 'Night of the Long Knives' receded, than an even larger minority than the Marxists, that of the German Catholics, began to be prosecuted and imprisoned as they gave vent to their increasingly critical views of the regime in public. More general still were measures such as the Law on Malicious Gossip, which clamped down on the most trivial expressions of dissent and put people who told jokes about Hitler and Göring in prison. These were mainly members of the German working class, it is true, but the working class after all made up around half the entire population, and middle- and even upper-class offenders in this respect were brought before the Special Courts as well. Successful prosecutions under this law were a further instrument of mass intimidation, adding to the general climate of fear and helping to create the spiral of silence in which the regime could commit ever greater crimes without fear of public censure or opposition. The truth is that far from Nazi terror being levelled exclusively against small and despised minorities, the threat of arrest, prosecution and incarceration in increasingly brutal and violent conditions loomed over everyone in the Third Reich, even, as we have seen in the cases brought before the Special Courts, over members of the Nazi Party itself. The regime intimidated Germans into acquiescence, visiting a whole range of sanctions upon those who dared to oppose it, systematically disorienting people, and depriving them of their traditional social and cultural milieux, such as the pub or the club or the voluntary association, above all where these could be seen as a potential source of resistance, as in the case of the labour movement. Fear and terror were integral parts of the Nazis' armoury of political weapons from the very beginning. The state and the Party could use them because within a few months of Hitler's appointment as Reich Chancellor, they had systematically deprived all Germans of virtually every basic human and civil right they had enjoyed under the Weimar Republic. The law was no protection against the state if the state or any of its agencies suspected that a citizen was disinclined to demonstrate approval of its policies and purposes. On the contrary, vast numbers of new, often draconian laws were decreed that gave the police, the Gestapo and the SS a virtual carte blanche to deal with anyone suspected of deviating from the norms of human behaviour laid down by the Third Reich for its citizens. In this situation, it was not surprising that ordinary people and lower-level officials of the Nazi Party began to reinforce the atmosphere of pervasive terror and intimidation by sending their own unsolicited denunciations of deviants to the Gestapo. At the same time, the Gestapo was only one part of a much wider net of surveillance, terror and persecution cast by the Nazi regime over German society in the 1930s; others included the SA and SS, the Criminal Police, the prison service, the social services and employment offices, the medical profession, health centres and hospitals, the Hitler Youth, the Block Wardens and even apparently politically neutral organizations like tax offices, the railway and the post office. All of these furnished information about deviants and dissidents to the Gestapo, the courts and the prosecution service, forming a polymorphous, uncoordinated but pervasive system of control in which the Gestapo was merely one institution among many. Everything that happened in the Third Reich took place in this pervasive atmosphere of fear and terror, which never slackened and indeed became far more intense towards the end. 'Do you know what fear is?' an elderly worker asked an interviewer some years after it was all over: 'No. The Third Reich was fear.' Yet terrorism was only one of the Third Reich's techniques of rule. For the Nazis did not just seek to batter the population into passive, sullen acquiescence. They also wanted to rouse it into positive, enthusiastic endorsement of their ideals and their policies, to change people's minds and spirits and to create a new German culture that would reflect their values alone. This meant propaganda, and here too, as we shall now see, they went to unprecedented lengths to achieve their aims.
Muzyka>Rhythm & Blues / Soul>Soul
1. Floyd, Eddie - Yum Yum Yum (I Want Some) 2. Denimal, B. - Carry On 3. Hayes, Isaac - Do Your Thing 4. Weaver, Jerry - I've Been Lonely For So Long 5. May, Charles - Nothing Is Everlasting 6. Colbert, J. - Hearsay 7. Banks - Angel Of Mercy 8. Hester, Anthony - In The Rain 9. Moore, Leon - She's My Old Lady Too 10. Fultz, Jenny - Explain It To Her Mama 11. Derouen, Earl - Right On 12. Snyder, Arthur - Doing My Own Thing (Part 1) 13. Ingram, Luther - My Honey & Me 14. Mitchell, Willie - Let's Stay Together 15. Allen, Na - Bring It Home (And Give It To Me) 16. Torrence, Dane - Look Around You 17. Pauling, Lowman - Don't Do It / I'm With You 18. Isbell, Alvertis - I'll Take You There 19. March, Myrna - Which Way 20. Robinson, Larry - Living A Life Without Love 21. Scales, Harvey - What's Good For You (Don't Have T 22. Scales, Harvey - Let Me Repair Your Heart 23. Smith, William - What's Usual Ain't Natr'l 24. Scales, Harvey - I Wanna Make Up (Before We Break 101. Banks, Homer - Ain't That Loving You (For More Rea 102. Jones, Jr., Sandy - Walking The Back Streets & Cry 103. Bell, William - Save Us 104. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - 6-3-8 (That's The Number To P 105. Mitchell, Phillip - Starting All Over Again 106. Wilson, Cam - Keep On Loving Me 107. Magidson, Herbert - I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is O 108. Oden, James - Goin' Down Slow, Pt. 1&2 109. Banks, Homer - I Could Never Be Happy 110. Banks, James - Don't Take My Kindness For Weakness 111. Beach, Jerry Marlon - I'll Play The Blues For You 112. Hatcher, Roger - I Dedicate My Life To You 113. Parker, Deanie - Do The Sweetback 114. Matthews, Johnnie Mae - Gettin' Funky 'Round Here 115. Porter, David - When The Chips Are Down 116. Rice - Sugar 117. Floyd, Eddie - You're Good Enough (To Be My Baby) 118. Friedman - This World 119. Harris, J. - Helping Man 120. Kasandra, John - Ain't I Good? 201. Jones, Allen - Dance, Dance, Dance, Pt. 1 202. Bass, Ralph - Dedicated To The One I Love (45 Vers 203. Davis, Don - Toast To The Fool 204. Crutcher, Bettye - Stop Doggin' Me 205. Varnell, Aaron - Trouble 206. Davis, Donald - I'm Gonna Cry A River 207. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - Itch & Scratch (Part 1) 208. Moore, Leon - What Would I Do 209. Robinson, Larry - I Know It's Not Right (To Be In 210. Toussaint, Allen - Holy Cow 211. Mccoy, Darnell - What Goes Around (Must Come Aroun 212. Hayes, Isaac - Theme From The Men 213. Benton - Endlessly 214. Rice, Mack - You Hurt Me For The Last Time 215. Harrison, George - My Sweet Lord 216. Jackson, Jr., Al - Breaking Up Somebody's Home 217. Porter, David - How Can You Mistreat The One You L 218. Banks, Homer - From Toys To Boys 219. Williamson, Ronald - The Dryer 220. Banks, Homer - I May Not Be All You Want (But I'm 221. Mayfield, Curtis - Ain't No Sweat 222. Hamilton, L. - Do Me 223. Smith, Adolph - Rainy Day 301. Jackson, Raymond M. - It Ain't Always What You Do 302. Mel & Tim - I May Not Be What You Want 303. Dortch, Donald E. - Funky Robot (Part 1) 304. Taylor, Johnnie - Don't You Fool With My Soul 305. Mitchell, Leroy Philip - Oh La De Da 306. Johnson, Tony - What Do You See In Her? 307. Sheppard, James - A Thousand Miles Away 308. Hester, Tony - Hey You! Get Off My Mountain (Singl 309. Hilliard, Jacqueline - Rolling Down A Mountainside 310. Thigpen, Henderson - You're Still My Brother 311. Lewis, Jimmy - Stop Half Loving These Women 312. Shamwell, Joe - Lovin' On Borrowed Time 313. Floyd, Eddie - Lay Your Loving On Me 314. Washington, Jeanette Baby - The Time 315. Hampton, Carl - Heaven Knows 316. Davis, Don - I Believe In You (You Believe In Me) 317. Crutcher, Bettye - Short Stopping 318. Banks - Be What You Are 319. Porter, David - I've Got To Love Somebody's Baby 320. Rice, Mack - Playing On Me 321. Williams, Ronnie - Long As You're The One Somebody 401. Knight, Frederick - This Is My Song Of Love To You 402. Madden, David - Sugarcane (Instrumental) 403. Linden, Dave - Love Is A Hurtin' Thing 404. Cropper, Steve - Baby, Lay Your Head Down (Gently 405. Floyd, Eddie - Check Me Out 406. Floyd, Eddie - Runnin' Back (And Forth) 407. Rice, Mack - Crossing Over The Bridge 408. Scott, Harold H. - Love's Maze 409. Marion, Eddie - It Ain't Easy 410. Shelby, Ernie - Love Among People 411. Campbell, Milton - What It Is 412. Mcintosh, Larry - I've Got To Go On Without You 413. Rice, Mack - Love Is Taking Over 414. Hicks, Joe - Ruby Dean 415. Brown, William - I'm So Glad I Fell In Love With Y 416. The Dramatics - Fell For You 417. Rice, Mack - Cheaper To Keep Her 418. George, Barbara - I Know You Don't Want Me No More 419. Banks, Homer - If You're Ready (Come Go With Me) 420. Williams, Ronnie - Slipped & Tripped 421. Public Domain - Peace Be Still 422. Banks, Homer - I'll Be The Other Woman 501. Rappaport, Steve - The Martian Hop 502. Caston, Leonard - I Had A Talk With My Man 503. Gordon, Mack - At Last 504. Hayes, Isaac - Joy (Part 1) 505. Robinson, Rudolph Victor - Good Woman Turning Bad 506. Anderson, John - Mose, Pt. 3 507. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - I'll Be Your Santa Baby 508. Rice, Mack - I Wanna Do Things For You 509. Patterson, Robert - That's What The Blues Is All A 510. Townsend, Ed - One Way Love Affair 511. Geddins, Robbert - Tin Pan Alley 512. Bridges, Jo - The Funky Bird 513. Davis, Donald - We're Getting Careless With Our Lo 514. Banks, H. - What Do The Lonely Do At Christmas? 515. Rogel, Carl - Season's Greetings 516. Rice, Mack - Don't Lose Faith In Me Lord 517. Smith, Carl - Don't Start Loving Me (If You're Gon 518. Jackson, Raymond - Touch A Hand, Make A Friend 519. Roach, Jimmy - & I Panicked 520. Bemo, A. Baldan - Change It All 601. Bell, William - Gettin' What You Want (Losin' What 602. Verdell, Jacqui - He's Mine 603. Crutcher, Bettye - My Woman Is Good To Me 604. Williams, Ronnie - I Got You & I'm Glad 605. Lambert, Dennis - Put A Little Love Away 606. Knight, Frederick - Suzy 607. Mitchell, Phillip - The Same Folks 608. Moore, Leon - You Make The Sunshine (45 Version) 609. Williams, John Gary - The Whole Damn World Is Goin 610. Thigpen, Henderson - Circuit's Overloaded 611. Hayes, Isaac - Wonderful 612. O'dell, Kenny - Behind Closed Doors 613. Belvin, Jesse - Guess Who 614. Lane, Joseph - Dirty Tricks 615. Staples, Roebuck Pop - Whicha Way Did It Go 616. Rice, Mack - Talking To The People 617. Davis - I've Been Born Again 618. Whitsett, Carson - Neckbone 619. Johnson, Frank - Wounded Woman 620. Crutcher, Bettye - Stop Doggin' Me 621. Moore, Andre - Goodness Gracious 701. Chalmers - City In The Sky 702. Hayes, Isaac - Title Theme Three Tough Guys 703. Floyd, Eddie - Soul Street 704. King, Albert - Flat Tire 705. Hampton, Carl - Love Makes It Right 706. Crutcher, Bettye - Mr. Cool That Ain't Cool 707. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - Boogie Ain't Nuttin' (But Get 708. Gilmore, Dennis - Highway To Heaven 709. Mcduffie, James - Get It While It's Hot 710. Knight, Frederick - Passing Thru 711. Banks, Homer - Keep An Eye On Your Close Friends 712. Crutcher, Bettye - My Main Man / There Is A God 713. Mitchell, Phillip - That's The Way I Want To Live 714. Clements, Billy - Forever & A Day 715. Hutchinson, Joe - Baby, I'm Through 716. Gilmore, Dennis - It's September 717. Thigpen, Henderson - Woman To Woman 718. Bush, Henry - Did You Hear Yourself, Pt. 1 719. Knight, Frederick - You Need A Friend Like Mine 720. Phillips, Jasper - I Love, I Love 721. Dollison, Morris - Let Me Back In 801. Ford, R.g. - Crosscut Saw 802. Collins, Lewis - Coldblooded 803. Rice, Mack - Bump Meat 804. Banks, Homer - (Too Little In Common To Be Lovers) 805. Stewart, Randall - Bump & Boogie, Pt. 1 806. Banks, Homer - What's Happening Baby (Part 1) 807. Rice, Mack - Who Made The Man 808. Otis, Clyde - I Keep Thinking To Myself 809. Weatherspoon, David - I Got A Reason To Smile (Cau 810. Green, Frank - Try To Leave Me If You Can (I Bet Y 811. Rice, Bonny - Burning On Both Ends 812. Nash, Johnny - There Are More Questions Than Answe 813. Rice, Mack - Santa Claus Wants Some Lovin' 814. Robinson, Rudolph Victor - I Can't Let You Go 815. Dees, Sam - I Betcha Didn't Know That 816. Wyrick, Barbara - Lovin' You, Lovin' Me 817. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - Do The Double Bump 818. Vegas, Lolly - Come & Get Your Love 819. Rice, Mack - Dark Skin Woman, Pt. 1 820. Knight, Frederick - It Ain't No Fun 821. West, Bobby - If You Talk In Your Sleep 822. Floyd, Eddie - Talk To The Man 901. Shamwell, Joe - You're Astounding 902. Dunn, Donald Duck - Dy-no-mite (Did You Say My L 903. Dees, Sam - Boom-a-rang 904. Hall, Willie - Come What May 905. Davis, Don - Try Me Tonight 906. Holmes, Robert - Groovin' On My Baby's Love 907. Stewart, Randy - I Can't Shake Your Love (Can't Sh 908. Knight, Frederick - I Wanna Play With You 909. Clanton, Erma - I'm Doing Fine 910. Crutcher, Bettye - No Way (I Can Live Without You) 911. Mcclinton, Obie Burnett - Back Road Into Town 912. Floyd, Eddie - I'm So Glad I Met You 913. Rice, Mack - Packed Up & Took My Mind 914. Taylor, Johnnie - Just Keep On Lovin' Me 915. Hudmon, R.b. - How Can I Be A Witness 916. Thomas, Jr., Rufus - Jump Back '75, Pt. 1 917. Jones, Marshall - I Got To Be Myself 918. Crutcher, Bettye - It's Worth A Whippin' 919. Thigpen, Henderson - Holy Ghost (Part 1)
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