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Shadow of the Sun - 2212824581

40,80 zł

Shadow of the Sun Penguin

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'Only with the greatest of simplifications, for the sake of convenience, can we say Africa. In reality, except as a geographical term, Africa doesn't exist'. Ryszard Kapuscinski has been writing about the people of Africa throughout his career. In a study that avoids the official routes, palaces and big politics, he sets out to create an account of post-colonial Africa seen at once as a whole and as a location that wholly defies generalised explanations. It is both a sustained meditation on the mosaic of peoples and practises we call 'Africa', and an impassioned attempt to come to terms with humanity itself as it struggles to escape from foreign domination, from the intoxications of freedom, from war and from politics as theft. The Beginning: Collision, Ghana 1958 More than anything, one is struck by the light. Light everywhere. Brightness everywhere. Everywhere, the sun. Just yesterday, an autumnal London was drenched in rain. The airplane drenched in rain. A cold, wind, darkness. But here, from the morning

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Singaporean politicians - 2845288258

102,49 zł

Singaporean politicians Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 78. Chapters: Members of the Parliament of Singapore, Political office-holders in Singapore, Singapore Tamil politicians, Singaporean women in politics, Lee Kuan Yew, Members of the Singapore Parliament, Goh Keng Swee, Balaji Sadasivan, Lee Hsien Loong, Thio Li-ann, Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam, Howe Yoon Chong, Chia Thye Poh, S. Rajaratnam, Goh Chok Tong, Chiam See Tong, Ong Teng Cheong, Lim Boon Heng, S. Jayakumar, Governors of Singapore, Wong Kan Seng, S.R. Nathan, Josephine Teo, Elizabeth Choy, Denise Phua, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Yu-Foo Yee Shoon, Lim Kim San, Devan Nair, Teo Chee Hean, George Yeo, Mah Bow Tan, Tony Tan Keng Yam, Toh Chin Chye, Lim Yew Hock, David Saul Marshall, Vivian Balakrishnan, Matthias Yao, Ling How Doong, Lim Swee Say, Low Thia Khiang, Women in Singapore politics, Ng Eng Hen, Tan Soo Khoon, Sylvia Lim, Lim Hng Kiang, Hon Sui Sen, Meet-the-People Sessions, Eunice Olsen, Grace Fu, Yeo Cheow Tong, Cheo Chai Chen, Wee Siew Kim, Lew Syn Pau, Inderjit Singh, Suppiah Dhanabalan, Irene Ng, Lim Hwee Hua, Lee Boon Yang, Khaw Boon Wan, Yaacob Ibrahim, Teo Ser Luck, Halimah Yacob, Lee Siew Choh, Ho Peng Kee, Lui Tuck Yew, Charles Chong, Davinder Singh, Seet Ai Mee, Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Ahmad Ibrahim, Chay Wai Chuen, Lim Biow Chuan, K. Shanmugam, Yang di-Pertuan Negara, Ong Pang Boon, Abdullah Tarmugi, Raymond Lim, Tang Fong Har, Christopher De Souza, Amy Khor, Chan Soo Sen, Yeo Ning Hong, Gan Kim Yong, Teo Ho Pin, Zainul Abidin bin Mohamed Rasheed, Chin Tet Yung, Lee Yi Shyan, S. Iswaran, Indranee Rajah, Hri Kumar, Speaker of the Parliament of Singapore, Liang Eng Hwa, Abbas Abu Amin, Tay Seow Huah, Lam Pin Min, Yong Nyuk Lin, Phua Siok Gek Cynthia, Ang Mong Seng, Zainudin bin Nordin, Jessica Tan Soon Neo, Ho Geok Choo, Fong Jen Arthur, Alvin Yeo Khirn Hai, Sin Boon Ann. Excerpt: The following is a historical list of members for the current and past ten Parliaments of Singapore: Lee Kuan Yew, GCMG, CH (English name: Harry, born 16 September 1923; also Lee Kwan-Yew) is a Singaporean statesman. He was the first Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore, governing for three decades. By the time he chose to step down to enable a stable leadership renewal, he had become the world's longest-serving Prime Minister. As the co-founder and first secretary-general of the People's Action Party (PAP), he led the party to eight victories from 1959 to 1990, and oversaw the separation of Singapore from Malaysia in 1965 and its subsequent transformation from a relatively underdeveloped colonial outpost with no natural resources into a "First World" Asian Tiger. He has remained one of the most influential political figures in South-East Asia. Singapore's second prime minister, Goh Chok Tong, appointed him Senior Minister in 1990. He currently holds the advisory post of Minister Mentor, created by his son, Lee Hsien Loong, when the latter became the nation's third prime minister in August 2004. With his successive ministerial positions spanning over 50 years, Lee is also one of history's longest serving ministers. In his memoirs, Lee refers to his immigrant background as a fourth-generation Chinese Singaporean: his Hakka great-grandfather, Lee Bok Boon (born 1846), emigrated from the Dapu county of Guangdong province to the Straits Settlements in 1862. His elder son Lee Hsien Loong has been Prime Minister of Singapore since 2004.The eldest child of Lee Chin Koon and Chua Jim Neo, Lee Kuan Yew was born at 92 K...

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Hakka people - 2845288268

138,82 zł

Hakka people Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 132. Chapters: Soong sisters, Chow Yun-fat, Lee Kuan Yew, Abhisit Vejjajiva, Chung Keng Quee, Leong Sin Nam, Wong Jeh Shyan, Chung Thye Phin, Fann Wong, Lee Hsien Loong, Shing-Tung Yau, Ho Yeow Sun, Michael Lee-Chin, Howe Yoon Chong, Hong Xiuquan, Michael Wong, Foo Choo Choon, Martin Lee, Wong Mew Choo, Zeng Qinghong, Penny Wong, Shi Dakai, Zhu De, Chen Yinke, Yong Pung How, Lai Kew Chai, Han Suyin, Ye Jianying, Goo Kim Fui, Tang Tuyżt Minh, Charlie Soong, Josephine Teo, Elizabeth Choy, Jeffrey Cheah, Khin Nyunt, Yap Ah Loy, Peter Chin Fah Kui, Felicia Chin, Foo Tye Sin, Adrian Pang, Yap Kwan Seng, Liow Tiong Lai, Xie Yuxin, Fan Hanjie, Gregory Yong, Hong Rengan, Raymond Chow, Xie Shaoguang, John Wu, Hsieh Yung-kuan, Supachai Panitchpakdi, Nora Sun, Chong Chieng Jen, Eric Moo, Panthongtae Shinawatra, Chen Yucheng, Chung Thye Yong, Hon Sui Sen, Li Jianhua, Arthur Chung, Chung Kok Ming, Chong Kah Kiat, Marcus Chin, Tan Shaoguang, Li Li, Solomon Hochoy, Ye Ting, Yong Teck Lee, Lee Hsien Yang, Penny Tai, Feng Zicai, Zhang Ziping, Katherine Young, Yang Xiuqing, Lin Fengmian, Dominic Chan, Richard Hu Tsu Tau, Soong Ai-ling, Tjong A Fie, Kenneth Lyen, Sudarat Keyuraphan, Leong Fee, Li Ai, Chen Qiqiu, Lau Pak Khuan, Li Rongfa, Qin Rigang, Xie Fei, Lai Wenguang, Zou Rong, Wei Jun, Liu Fuzhi, Li Guohao, Huang Zunxian, Seng Sae Khu, Xiang Rong, Yuan Weishi, Lee Shih Shiong, John Wong Soo Kau, John Lee Hiong Fun-Yit Yaw, Wong Yung-kan, Feng Yunshan, Zhang Yimeng, Lee Yi Shyan, Chen Qihan, Ye Xuanping, Lee Loy Seng, Yang Jinghui, Sun Caiyun, Yong Mun Sen, Lai Meng Chong, Wong Li-Lin, Yang Fuqing, Prajogo Pangestu, Lam Pin Min, Yong Nyuk Lin, Zhang Dingcheng, Lu Qin, Chen Ying-Git, Zhong Jinyu, Stephen Yong Kuet Tze, Li Tiejun, Liang Boqiang, Huang Qixiang, Miao Peinan. Excerpt: Abhisit Vejjajiva (

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Menzies Era - 2826695043

132,95 zł

Menzies Era HARPER COLLINS (AUSTRALIA)

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An assessment of Australia's longest-serving Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies, by John Howard, Australia's second-longest serving Prime Minister, this is a significant, unique and fascinating history of the Menzies era - a time that laid the foundations for modern Australia. 'Engaging and revealing ...like a torchlight shone from an unexpected angle' Geoffrey Blainey, Weekend Australian Fresh from the success of his phenomenal bestselling memoir, Lazarus Rising, which has sold over 100,000 copies, John Howard now turns his attention to one of the most extraordinary periods in Australian history, the Menzies era, canvassing the longest unbroken period of government for one side of politics in Australia's history. The monumental Sir Robert Menzies held power for a total of over 18 years, making him the longest-serving Australian Prime Minister. During his second term as Prime Minister, a term of over sixteen years - by far the longest unbroken tenure in that office - Menzies dominated Australian politics like no one else has ever done before or since, and these years laid the foundations for modern Australia. Through the Menzies era, there was huge economic growth, social change and considerable political turmoil. Covering the impact of the great Labor split of 1955 as well as the recovery of the Labor Party under Whitlam's leadership in the late 1960s and the impact of the Vietnam War on Australian politics, this magisterial book offers a comprehensive assessment of the importance of the Menzies era in Australian life, history and politics. John Howard, only ten when Menzies rose to power, and in young adulthood when the Menzies era came to an end, saw Menzies as an inspiration and a role model. His unique insights and thoughtful analysis into Menzies the man, the politician, and his legacy make this a fascinating, highly significant book.

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Václav Klaus' First Cabinet - 2841420255

138,98 zł

Václav Klaus' First Cabinet Betascript Publishing

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The first cabinet of Prime Minister Václav Klaus was in power from 2 July 1992 to 4 July 1996. The Czech Republic became a independent sovereign state on 1 January 1993 and thus this government was the very first one after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia.The first Prime Minister of the Czech Republic was Václav Klaus, who is currently serving as President. The current Prime Minister is Jan Fischer, who has held office since 8 May 2009.

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Cameron at 10 - 2826945401

106,30 zł

Cameron at 10 William Collins

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The compelling, untold and definitive account of the Cameron tenure, gathered from hundreds of interviews in the twilight of the first Conservative term of government for thirteen years. The general election on 7th May 2015 will be one of the most contested elections for 25 years. The result is wide open: David Cameron has a chance to remain in office, but he also faces enormous challenges to convince the country that he deserves another term in office. Whatever the outcome, scrutiny of his government - the first Coalition in 80 years - is only set to intensify. David Cameron's mixed premiership form a story of promise, missed opportunities and moments of political courage. With the full co-operation from the Prime Minister and his Chief of Staff, Ed Llewellyn, senior civil servants, the Cabinet Secretary and the Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary, Anthony Seldon and Peter Snowdon 'Cameron at 10' is the authoritative work on this fascinating contemporary history. Rigorously fair and independent, Anthony Seldon and Peter Snowdon capture the high drama of life at the heart of government between 2010 and 2015, giving readers an unvarnished account of the inner workings of Number 10 in its relations with the George Osborne and Nick Clegg downwards, and the inside stories of the Referendum on Scottish independence, the phone hacking scandal and the gathering threats of Islamic State. Bringing to life the raw experience of the most turbulent and febrile period of British political life since the 1930s, this will be a personal and revelatory account of what really happens at the heart of government.

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Lord Palmerston - 2826831539

102,97 zł

Lord Palmerston Macmillan Bello

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Lord Palmerston was one of the most successful of all British politicians. Linking the world of the Regency with the middle of Queen Victoria's reign, he was made Secretary at War in 1809 at the age of twenty-five, and held the post for nineteen years. From 1830 to 1841 he was Foreign Secretary. At first he was regarded as weak and ineffectual, a 'Lord Cupid' who was more active in love affairs than in diplomacy; but before the end of his term of office he had raised English prestige in Europe to a record height. Without any special following in Parliament, he became the most popular statesman in the country, because of his vigorous defence of the rights Englishmen abroad. He played a crucial part in the creation of Belgium, saved Portugal and Spain from complete tyranny, rescued Turkey from Russia and saved the route to India from France. He was again Foreign Secretary from 1846-51, when he was in effect dismissed by Queen Victoria after undertaking to show her his foreign dispatches and then manifestly failing to do so. He would probably have averted the Crimean War if he had been Foreign Secretary at the time; and in 1855, at the age of seventy, he finally became Prime Minister, because the public believed he was the only man who could win the war. With a break of sixteen months, he was Prime Minister until he died in 1865. Palmerston was not greatly concerned with morality. His policy, first, last and all the time, was to protect and strengthen British interests, not least by a policy of brinkmanship that preserved the international balance of power and thus made British nineteenth-century prosperity possible. His personal energy and vitality were phenomenal--at the age of seventy-nine he rode from Piccadilly to Harrow in fifty-five minutes--and his treatment of his fellow men and women, from the humblest clerk in the Foreign Office to Metternich, Napoleon III and Queen Victoria, was consistently robust.

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Politicians from Melbourne - 2841421104

127,88 zł

Politicians from Melbourne Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 116. Chapters: Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser, Jeff Kennett, Joan Kirner, John Cain II, Alfred Deakin, Stanley Bruce, Norman Lacy, Barry O'Farrell, Alexander Mair, Peter Costello, Wilfrid Kent Hughes, Gareth Evans, Steve Fielding, Hubert Opperman, Simon Crean, John Brumby, Joseph Ward, Ted Baillieu, Peter Coleman, Andrew Peacock, Don Chipp, Thomas Embling, Lee Harding, Robert Doyle, Lyn Allison, Michael Wooldridge, William Pitt, Ian Macphee, Rupert Hamer, Lynne Kosky, Sophie Mirabella, Samuel Mauger, Kirstie Marshall, Jim Bacon, Frederick Thomas Sargood, Stanley Argyle, Phil Cleary, Jillian Skinner, Brian Howe, Kelly O'Dwyer, John O'Shanassy, Race Mathews, Benjamin Benjamin, Peter Kavanagh, Parker Moloney, Petro Georgiou, Thomas Howard Fellows, Louise Asher, Carolyn Hirsh, Peter Cook, William Murray McPherson, John Spicer, Evan Thornley, Richard Alston, Jenny Mikakos, Arthur Rylah, Robert Joshua, Lambros Tapinos, Sid Spindler, William Baillieu, Mary Delahunty, Daniel Andrews, Glenn Sterle, Harry Jenkins, Rupert Ryan, Trevor Oldham, Mark Birrell, Greg Barber, Tony Smith, Herbert Taylor, Steve Herbert, Catherine King, William Charles Angliss, Samuel Gillott, Ashley Cooper, Alan Griffin, Herbert Hyland, Martin Pakula, Fiona Richardson, Elizabeth Couchman, Francis Palmer Selleck, Walter Jona, William Maloney, William Zeal, Harry Jenkins, Sr., Tony Lupton, Matthew Guy, Ted Hill, Martin Dixon, Colleen Hartland, Gurm Sekhon, John Eren, Marie Breen, Howard Spensley, Robert Dean, Matt Viney, Sue Pennicuik, Edward Cohen, Alistair Harkness, Jenny Farrar, Judith Troeth, Rob Hudson, Clem Newton-Brown, Lorraine Wreford, Graham Harris, Walter Manifold, Marsha Thomson, Marshall Baillieu, Mary Easson, Caroline Hogg, George Hodges Knox, Gary Singer, Prue Sibree, Neil Angus, Dick Gross, Donna Bauer, Adem Somyürek, Wayne Phillips, Harold Cohen, Gordon Rich-Phillips, Robert Beckett, Terry Sargeant, Jenny Lindell, Alan Hunt, Nicholas Kotsiras, Jennifer Huppert, Pat O'Hara Wood, Noel Pullen, David Bornstein, Bruce Mildenhall, William Lyall. Excerpt: Edward Gough Whitlam, AC, QC (born 11 July 1916), known as Gough Whitlam ( -lżm), served as the 21st Prime Minister of Australia. Whitlam led the Australian Labor Party (ALP) to power at the 1972 election and retained government at the 1974 election, before being dismissed by Governor-General Sir John Kerr at the climax of the 1975 Australian constitutional crisis. Whitlam remains the only Prime Minister to have his commission terminated in that manner. Whitlam entered Parliament in 1952, as an ALP member of the House of Representatives. In 1960 he was elected deputy leader of the ALP and in 1967, after party leader Arthur Calwell retired, he assumed the leadership and became Leader of the Opposition. After narrowly losing the 1969 election, Whitlam led Labor to victory at the 1972 election after 23 years of Liberal-Country Coalition government. In his time in office, Whitlam and his government implemented a large number of new programs and policy changes, including the elimination of military conscription and criminal execution, institution of universal health care and fee-free tertiary schooling (university), and the implementation of legal aid programs. He won the 1974 election with a reduced majority. Subsequently, the Opposition, which controlled the Senate, was emboldened by government scandals and a flagging economy to challenge Whitlam. In late 1975, there was a weeks-long deadlock...

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Baldwin - 2827114945

71,71 zł

Baldwin Bloomsbury Reader

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First published in 1984, this is the first biography of Stanley Baldwin for more than ten years, although there had been four in the preceding decade. This is strange, for Baldwin has recently begun to swim back into fashion. In part this is a function of growing nostalgia for his period of power, the 1920s and 1930s. Still more, however, it is " because Mrs Thatcher's brand of Conservative leadership has made him an object of contrasting interest in a way that Harold Macmillan's or Edward Heath's never did. When a new exponent of an alternative style temporarily achieves notice, it is now frequently suggested that he might be a new Baldwin. This reappraisal is therefore appropriately timed. It is written by a skilled political biographer, from a non-Conservative, although not personally unsympathetic, standpoint. Baldwin was born in 1867, the son of a rich Worcestershire ironmaster, and educated at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge. He then worked in the family business for twenty years. Although the most self-conscious countryman amongst British Prime Ministers of the past hundred years or more, he was not a country squire and never owned more than a few acres of land. He did not enter the House of Commons until he was forty, and was not even a junior minister until the threshold of fifty. Less than six years later, in 1923, he became Prime Minister and dominated British politics for the next fifteen years - the only man of this century to hold the highest office three times.

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Thatcher's Fortunes - 2837309859

41,09 zł

Thatcher's Fortunes MAINSTREAM PUBLISHING

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When Mark Thatcher was arrested for helping to fund a plot to overthrow President Teodoro Obiang of the oil-rich African state of Equatorial Guinea, the spotlight was suddenly back on the controversial multimillionaire son of the former prime minister and his dubious business ventures. And the scandal revived an even more enticing mystery: just how has Mark Thatcher accumulated his large pot of gold? "Thatcher's Fortunes" reveals that while she was prime minister, Lady Thatcher was active in lobbying for contracts in which her son had a commercial interest. Despite the potential damage to her government, she allowed him to use her office to enrich himself through arms deals in the Middle East, construction contracts in the Gulf and oil ventures in Africa. After his mother was ousted from Downing Street, and while personally dogged by lawsuits and tax investigations, Mark Thatcher moved to South Africa. It was here that his association with gun-runners and mercenaries led to his involvement in the dramatic attempt to topple the president of Equatorial Guinea. Packed with new revelations about Mark and Lady Thatcher's commercial and financial affairs, "Thatcher's Fortunes" is an insider's account of one of the world's most famous political dynasties.

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Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds - Attlee - 2826876376

68,38 zł

Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds - Attlee I B TAURIS

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Clement Attlee - the man who created the welfare state and decolonised vast swathes of the British Empire, including India - has been acclaimed by many as Britains' greatest twentieth-century Prime Minister. Yet somehow Attlee the man remains elusive and little known. How did such a moderate, modest man bring about so many enduring changes? What are the secrets of his leadership style? And how do his personal attributes account for both his spectacular successes and his apparent failures? When Attlee became Prime Minister in July 1945 he was the leader of a Labour party that had won a landslide victory. With almost 50 per cent of the popular vote, Attlee seemed to have achieved the platform for Labour to dominate post-war British politics. Yet just 6 years and 3 months after the 1945 victory, and despite all Attlee's governments had appeared to achieve, Labour was out of office, condemned to opposition for a further 13 years. This presents one of the great paradoxes of twentieth-century British history: how Attlee's government achieved so much, but lost power so quickly. But perhaps the greatest paradox was Attlee himself. Attlee's obituary in "The Times" in 1967 stated that 'much of what he did was memorable; very little that he said'. This new biography, based on extensive research into Attlee's papers and first-hand interviews, examines the myths that have arisen around this key figure of British political life and provides a vivid portrait of the man and his politics.

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Chris Hutchins - Putin - 2826805899

106,30 zł

Chris Hutchins - Putin Matador

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Putin is the highly personal biography of Russia's leader - a man many regard as the world's most interesting politician - and is the result of six years of research by the authors. Chris Hutchins is a highly successful investigative journalist and much-published author of biographies. Alexander Korobko is a London-based Russian journalist and television producer with the kind of journalistic connections in his homeland that helped to make this book epic. Hutchins travelled throughout Russia to meet and gain the confidence of the people who know Vladimir Putin best, including those who knew him as a child, a teenager and a young intelligence officer, long before he first entered the world's stage as Russia's leader. The sources proved to be so good that Hutchins was told in 2005 that Putin would step down as President in 2008 to become Prime Minister, and then return to the Kremlin in 2012 - a move which now seems certain to prove the accuracy of all three predictions. Putin's stunning ability as a politician - he had never even stood for office until President Yeltsin made him head of the government in 1999 - took many totally by surprise. A British diplomat who travelled to St Petersburg with Tony Blair to meet the then-President elect describes in detail how Putin completely outwitted the British Prime Minister who was, until that moment, regarded as the elder statesman. In just eight years he rescued his country from financial ruin (a feat the experts had predicted could not be done in less than forty) and in doing so saved the nation's pride. But this book is about the man, not just the politician. Who are his friends? What makes him laugh? What has made him cry? How rich is he? What has his wife got to say about him? What are his real views on the oligarchs? Who does he turn to in times of trouble? Putin leaves no stone unturned. Intelligent books about him have been few and far between because, of all the world leaders, the man his friends call Vlad has managed to remain a mystery. This book goes some way to revealing the man behind the enigma.

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Downing Street Years - 2826718738

68,38 zł

Downing Street Years Harper Collins

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This first volume of Margaret Thatcher's memoirs, which encompasses the whole of her time as Prime Minister. Margaret Thatcher is the towering figure of late-twentieth-century British politics. No other prime minister of modern times has sought to change Britain and its place in the world as radically as she did. This is the story of her remarkable life in her own words. This first volume of her memoirs is a riveting first-hand portrait of the events and personalities of her eleven years in power. She recalls the triumphs and the critical moments of her premiership -- the Falklands War, the miners' strike, the Brighton bomb, the Westland Affair and her unprecedented three election victories. Her judgements of the men and women she encountered, whether world statesmen or Cabinet colleagues, are astonishingly frank. She is lavish with praise where it is due; devastating with criticism when it is not. The book reaches a gripping climax with an hour-by-hour description from inside 10 Downing Street of her dramatic final days in office. Margaret Thatcher's compelling account stands as a powerful testament to her extraordinary legacy.

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Beslan school hostage crisis - 2835033644

85,36 zł

Beslan school hostage crisis Books on Demand

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 51. Chapters: Vladimir Putin, Shamil Basayev, Russian government censorship of Chechnya coverage, Timeline of the Beslan school hostage crisis, Alpha Group, Voice of Beslan, International response to the Beslan hostage crisis, Grigory Grabovoy, Riyad-us Saliheen Brigade of Martyrs, Ruslan Aushev, Mothers of Beslan, Yanis Kanidis, Ruslan Khuchbarov, Abu Zaid Al-Kuwaiti, RPO-A Shmel, Abu Omar al-Saif, Vympel, Leonid Roshal, Beslan charity efforts, Alexander Dzasokhov, Vladimir Pronichev, Kamel Rabat Bouralha, Aslambek Aslakhanov. Excerpt: Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin (Russian: , IPA: ; born 7 October 1952) served as the second President of the Russian Federation and is the current Prime Minister of Russia, as well as chairman of United Russia and Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Union of Russia and Belarus. He became acting President on 31 December 1999, when president Boris Yeltsin resigned in a surprising move. Putin won the 2000 presidential election and in 2004 he was re-elected for a second term lasting until 7 May 2008. Because of constitutionally mandated term limits, Putin was ineligible to run for a third consecutive presidential term. After the victory of his successor, Dmitry Medvedev, in the 2008 presidential elections, he was nominated by the latter to be Russia's Prime Minister; Putin took the post on 8 May 2008. Putin is credited with bringing political stability and re-establishing the rule of law. During his presidency, Russia's economy bounced back from crisis, seeing GDP increase by 72% in PPP (sixfold in nominal), poverty decrease by more than 50%, and average monthly salaries increase from $80 to $640. These achievements were ascribed to strong macroeconomic management, important fiscal policy reforms and a confluence of high oil prices, surging capital inflows and access to low-cost external financing, and were described as impressive by analysts. During his presidency, Putin passed into law a series of fundamental reforms, including a flat income tax of 13%, a reduced profits tax, and new land and legal codes. At the same time, his conduct in office has been questioned by domestic political opposition, foreign governments, and human rights organizations for his strong-armed leadership of Russia; for leading the Second Chechen War; for his record of alleged violations of human rights and freedoms (in Russia and elsewhere; i.e. Chechnya); for forcibly silencing his opponents (like Mikhail Khodorkovsky); and for his alleged bullying of the former Soviet Republics. Putin

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Churchill: The Greatest.. - 2840085793

79,99 zł

Churchill: The Greatest..

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1. Opening Titles 2. Introduction 3. Link To Speech 1 4. England - Royal Society Of St. George, London (24/04/33) 5. Link To Speech 2 6. 'We Lie Within A Few Minutes Of Striking Distance...' Broadcast, London (16/11/34) 7. Link To Speech 3 8. 'A Total And Unmitigated Defeat...' House Of Commons (05/10/38) 9. Link To Speech 4 10. 'The Lights Are Going Out...' Broadcast To Us, London (16/10/38) 11. Link To Speech 5 12. 'War' House Of Commons (03/09/39) 13. Link To Speech 6 14. 'Blood, Toil, Tears And Sweat...' House Of Commons (13/05/40) 15. Link To Speech 7 16. 'Arm Yourselves And Be Ye Men Of Valour!' Broadcast, London (19/05/40) 17. Link To Speech 8 18. 'Wars Are Not Won By Evacuations...' House Of Commons (04/06/40) 19. Link To Speech 9 20. 'This Was Their Finest Hour...' House Of Commons (18/06/40) 101. Link To Speech 10 102. 'The Few' House Of Commons (20/08/40) 103. Link To Speech 11 104. 'These Cruel, Wanton, Indiscriminate Bombings Of London...' Broadcast (11/09/40) 105. Link To Speech 12 106. 'We Can Take It!' House Of Commons (08/10/40) 107. Link To Speech 13 108. 'Give Us Tools' Broadcast, London (09/02/41) 109. Link To Speech 14 110. 'Westward Look, The Land Is Bright' Broadcast, London (27/04/41) 111. Link To Speech 15 112. 'Never Give In!' Harrow School (29/10/41) 113. Link To Speech 16 114. 'The Hour Of Our Greatest Effort Is Approaching' Broadcast, London (26/03/44) 115. Link To Speech 17 116. 'Forward, 'Til The Whole Task Is Done' Broadcast, London (16/05/45) 117. Link To Speech 18 118. 'An Iron Curtain Has Descended' Westminster College, Futon, Missouri (05/03/45) 119. Link To Speech 19 120. 'A 'United States Of Europe'' Zurich University, Switzerland (19/09/46) 121. Closing Announcements 201. Introduction 202. 'The First Ten Weeks Of The War' Broadcast As First Lord Of The Admiralty (12/11/39) 203. 'Sinking Of The Graf Spee' Broadcast (18/12/39) 204. 'Welcome To The Crews Of Hms Ajax And Hms Exeter' Speech At Guildhall Luncheon (23/02/40) 205. 'To The People Of Italy' Broadcast As Prime Minister (23/12/40) 206. 'For Lord Halifax On His Departure For The Usa As British Ambassador' Speech At Pilgrims' Luncheon (08/01/41) 207. 'Battle Of The Atlantic' Speech At Pilgrims' Luncheon (13/03/41) 208. 'Allied And Dominion Conference, London' Speech (12/06/41) 209. 'The Atlantic Charter' Broadcast (24/08/41) 210. 'Address To Canadian Parliament, Ottowa' (30/12/41) 301. 'Fall Of Singapore' Broadcast (15/02/42) 302. 'Second Anniversary Of Taking Office As Prime Minister' Broadcast (10/05/42) 303. 'Victory In North Africa' Speech At Lord Mayor's Banquet (10/11/42) 304. 'Post-war Reconstruction' Broadcast (21/03/43) 305. 'To The People Of Paris' Speech At Hotel De Ville, Paris (12/11/44) 306. 'Review Of The War' Broadcast (13/05/45) 307. 'Europe After The War' Speech Before Congress Of Europe, The Hague (07/05/48) 308. 'Tribute To George Vi' Broadcast (07/05/52) 309. 'Presentation By Both House Of Parliament' Speech At Westminster Hall (30/11/54) 401. Documentary: Farewell To Winston

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