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Turning Back the Fenians New Brunswick's Last Colonial Campaign
Turning Back the Fenians: New Brunswick's Last Colonial Campaign By Robert Dallison
2006 | 132 Pages | ISBN: 0864924615 | EPUB | 4 MB
In the early 1860s, Irish immigrants in the United States were eager to help the Fenian brotherhood overthrow the British in Ireland. The American Fenians' mission: to invade British North America and hold it hostage. New Brunswick, with its large Irish population and undefended frontier, was a perfect target. The book tells how, in the spring of 1866, a thousand Fenians massed along the St. Croix River and spread terror among New Brunswickers. When the lieutenant-governor called in British soldiers and a squadron of warships, the Fenians saw that New Brunswick was no longer an easy target, and they turned their efforts against central Canada. The Fenian "attacks" and the demand for home defence fanned the already red-hot political debate, and a year later, in July 1867, New Brunswick joined Confederation.Turning Back the Feniansis volume eight in the New Brunswick Military Heritage Series.

 


Steel Cavalry The 8th (New Brunswick) Hussars and the Italian Campaign
Steel Cavalry: The 8th (New Brunswick) Hussars and the Italian Campaign By Lee Windsor
2011 | 199 Pages | ISBN: 086492657X | EPUB | 4 MB

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New Brunswick and the Navy Four Hundred Years
New Brunswick and the Navy: Four Hundred Years By Marc Milner; Glenn Leonard
2010 | 156 Pages | ISBN: 0864926324 | EPUB | 3 MB
From the seafaring battles between the British and the French of the 1640s to the privateers of the War of 1812, from the merchant ships of the Second World War to the construction of the corvettes and frigates in the 20th century, New Brunswick has played an important role in Canada's naval history. In 1881, the new Dominion of Canada chose New Brunswick as the base for its naval operations. Three decades later, New Brunswick MP Sir George Foster initiated Parliamentary debates that led to the founding of the modern Canadian Navy.In this fact-filled volume, Marc Milner and Glenn Leonard tell the story of New Brunswick's contribution to Canada's storied naval heritage.

 


Every Breath You Take China's New Tyranny
Every Breath You Take: China's New Tyranny by Ian Williams
English | April 1, 2021 | ISBN: 1780277113 | EPUB | 494 pages | 6.1 MB
China is building the world s first digital totalitarian state, a system of hitherto unimaginable social and political control. Internet freedom has been eliminated and ubiquitous surveillance cameras employ the latest facial recognition technology.

 


Customary International Law A New Theory with Practical Applications
Customary International Law: A New Theory with Practical Applications By Brian D. Lepard
2011 | 440 Pages | ISBN: 0521138728 | PDF | 3 MB
Customary international law, although long recognized as a primary source of international law, remains replete with enigmas, both conceptual and practical. These include how to determine the existence of opinio juris, the function of the state practice requirement, the definition of jus cogens customary norms, and the relationship between customary international law and ethics. In part because of these enigmas, the subject has generated a wide-ranging literature. However, no recent book-length work has attempted to articulate a comprehensive theory of customary international law that can effectively resolve these questions. This book sets out to accomplish this goal. Its approach is unique in a number of ways. For example, it is multidisciplinary and draws insights from fields such as legal theory, philosophy, political science, and game theory. In addition, it is anchored in a sophisticated ethical framework and explores at length the interconnections between customary international law and ethics.

 


A New Theory of Conscientious Objection in Medicine Justification and Reasonability
Robert F. Card, "A New Theory of Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Justification and Reasonability "
English | ISBN: 0367430819 | 2020 | 284 pages | PDF | 1323 KB
This book argues that a conscientiously objecting medical professional should receive an exemption only if the grounds of an objector's refusal are reasonable. It defends a detailed, contextual account of public reasonability suited for healthcare, which builds from the overarching concept of Rawlsian public reason.

 


A Neighbourly War New Brunswick and the War of 1812
A Neighbourly War: New Brunswick and the War of 1812 By Robert Dallison
2012 | 180 Pages | ISBN: 0864926537 | EPUB | 2 MB
When most people think of the War of 1812, they think of the Niagara frontier, the British burning of the White House, the harrowing tale of Laura Secord, and the much-ballyhooed Battle of New Orleans. But there was more of British North America involved in the war than Upper and Lower Canada. With Great Britain locked in battle with Napoleon's France, the United States pounced on the chance to declare war on Britain. In New Brunswick, the threat of invasion was a very real possibility. Fearing for their lives, families, and property, the people and their legislative assembly adopted every possible measure to make New Brunswick ready for war. However, an officially undeclared state of neutrality was established along the Maine border, and the threat faded. Supporting the British army in its efforts in Upper and Lower Canada and the navy in its operations along the Atlantic coast led to major growth in the province's war economy.As the war moved into its final year and Napoleon's empire fell in Europe, Britain became much more aggressive in its North American campaign. Buoyed by this, the New Brunswick government decided to press its claims to the unresolved international border with Maine. The British military thus occupied the Penobscot River Valley, and northern Maine was declared part of New Brunswick. By the end of the war, and the signing of the Treaty of Ghent, the unresolved border remained unresolved.The economic, political, geographical, and societal results of the War of 1812 continue to be felt in New Brunswick. The war strengthened the colony's ties to Britain, built up its economy, and led to the growth of major cities, especially with the settlement of retiring soldiers. Shipbuilding and supplying the British troops had led to growing profits for farmers, fishermen, merchants, and labourers. Although it would be decades later before the boundary issue was officially settled, there were areas still in dispute. Unlike its Upper and Lower Canadian cousins, the war in New Brunswick may not have involved the burning and pillaging of towns and villages, but its effects were nonetheless important and far-reaching.

 


Performance Costume  New Perspectives and Methods
Performance Costume : New Perspectives and Methods
by Sofia Pantouvaki and Peter McNeil
English | 2021 | ISBN: 1350098795 | 424 Pages | ePUB | 16.5 MB

 


Clinton's Legacy A New Democrat In Governance
A. Waddan, "Clinton's Legacy: A New Democrat In Governance"
English | 2001 | pages: 207 | ISBN: 0333735757 | PDF | 0,8 mb
As Clinton left office there was little consensus even among Democrats as to the significance of his political legacy. He was keen to stress that enduring changes had been made to American society. Critics, however, were less convinced that Clintonism had developed an integrated vision of governance. This book examines whether the Clinton experience does illustrate the value of the New Democrat and Third Way agenda.

 


The New Testament as Literature A Very Short Introduction, 2021 Edition [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B0971LPLMJ | 2021 | 4 hours and 18 minutes |MP3|M4B | 118 MB
The words, phrases, and stories of the New Testament permeate the English language. Indeed, this relatively small group of 27 works, written during the height of the Roman Empire, not only helped create and sustain a vast world religion, but also have been integral to the larger cultural dynamics of the West, above and beyond particular religious expressions. Unique among books that examine the bible as literature, this brilliantly compact introduction offers an intriguing double-edged look at this universal text - a religiously informed literary analysis.
The book first explores the major sections of the New Testament - the gospels, Paul's letters, and Revelation - as individual literary documents. Keefer shows how, in such familiar stories as the parable of the Good Samaritan, a literary analysis can uncover an unexpected complexity to what seems a simple, straightforward tale. At the conclusion of the book, Keefer steps back and asks questions about the New Testament as a whole. He reveals that whether examined as a single document or as a collection of works, the New Testament presents listeners with a wide variety of forms and viewpoints, and a literary exploration helps bring this richness to light.

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