Erscheint als schwarze Doppel-LP (180g) im Gatefold. Die Band 1914 aus der Ukraine stellt das Album The blind leading the blind" vor. Mit ihrem eigenständigen blackened Death/Doom Sound geben Fronter Ditmar Kumar und Co. das mittlerweile dritte Werk frei. Für Fans von Bolt Thrower, God Dethroned oder Hail Of Bullets."
The Blind Leading The Blind (Limited-Edition)Disc 11 War In2 Arrival. The Meuse-Argonne3 A7V Mephisto4 High Wood. 75 Acres Of Hell5 Beat The Bastards6 Cest mon dernier pigeonDisc 21 Hanging On The Barbed Wire2 Passchenhell3 Stoßtrupp4 The Hundred Day
Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880, in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Though born with the ability to see and hear, at 19 months-old she contracted an acute illness that left her both deaf and blind. Eventually, 20-year-old Anne Sullivan, herself visually impaired, became Keller's speech instructor. It was the beginning of a 49-year-long relationship during which Sullivan evolved into Keller's governess and eventually her companion. In 1914, Sullivan's health began to fail, so a young woman from Scotland, Polly Thompson was hired to keep house. Though she had no experience with deaf or blind people, Thompson progressed to working as a secretary, and eventually a constant companion to Keller. Keller went on to become a world-famous speaker and author. She was a suffragist, a pacifist, a radical socialist, and a birth control advocate. In 1915 she and George Kessler founded the Helen Keller International organization, devoted to research in vision, health and nutrition. In 1920 she helped to found the American Civil Liberties Union. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Helen Keller, Anne Sullivan, Polly Thompson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/live/000488/bk_live_000488_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When a Serbian-backed assassin gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in late June 1914, the world seemed unmoved. Even Ferdinand’s own uncle, Franz Josef I, was notably ambivalent about the death of the Hapsburg heir, saying simply, "It is God’s will." Certainly, there was nothing to suggest that the episode would lead to conflictmuch less a world war of such massive and horrific proportions that it would fundamentally reshape the course of human events. As acclaimed historian Sean McMeekin reveals in July 1914, World War I might have been avoided entirely had it not been for a small group of statesmen who, in the month after the assassination, plotted to use Ferdinand’s murder as the trigger for a long-awaited showdown in Europe. The primary culprits, moreover, have long escaped blame. While most accounts of the war’s outbreak place the bulk of responsibility on German and Austro-Hungarian militarism, McMeekin draws on surprising new evidence from archives across Europe to show that the worst offenders were actually to be found in Russia and France, whose belligerence and duplicity ensured that war was inevitable. Whether they plotted for war or rode the whirlwind nearly blind, each of the men involvedfrom Austrian Foreign Minister Leopold von Berchtold and German Chancellor Bethmann Hollweg to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Sazonov and French president Raymond Poincarsought to capitalize on the fallout from Ferdinand’s murder, unwittingly leading Europe toward the greatest cataclysm it had ever seen. A revolutionary account of the genesis of World War I, July 1914 tells the gripping story of Europe’s countdown to war from the bloody opening act on June 28th to Britain’s final plunge on August 4th, showing how a single monthand a handful of menchanged the course of the twentieth century. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve Coulter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/012608/bk_adbl_012608_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Exclusive audio collection. Eleven Max Carrados stories - narrated by national treasure Stephen Fry. Max Carrados featured in a series of mystery stories that first appeared in 1914. Carrados featured alongside Sherlock Holmes in The Strand magazine, in which they both had top billing. The character often boasted how being blind meant his other senses were heightened. 'The Coin of Dionysus' 'The Game Played in the Dark' 'The Holloway Road Flat Tragedy' 'The Curious Circumstances of the Two Left Shoes' 'The Secret of Headlam Height' 'The Mystery of the Vanished Crown' 'The Ingenious Mind of Mr Rigby Lacksome' 'The Strange Case of Cyril Bycourt' 'The Crime at the House in Culver Street' 'The Bunch of Violets' 'The Missing Witness Sensation' 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Fry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/026891/bk_adbl_026891_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Pinkney "Pink" Anderson (February 12, 1900 October 12, 1974) was a blues singer and guitarist, born in Laurens, South Carolina. After being raised in Spartanburg (in Upstate South Carolina), he joined Dr. Kerr of the Indian Remedy Company in 1914 to entertain the crowds whilst Kerr tried to sell a concoction purported to have medicinal qualities. In 1916 in Spartanburg, Anderson met Blind Simmie Dooley, from whom he learned to be a blues singer, this after experience in string bands. When Anderson was not traveling with Dr. Kerr, he and Dooley would play to small gatherings in Greenville, Spartanburg, and other neighboring communities, as well as recording four tracks for Columbia Records in Atlanta in April, 1928.
Pilgrims Formel vom "Serienkiller" Hitler zieht Kreise. Wie alle Serienkiller verschaffte sich Hitler Befriedigung aus dem Morden, von ihm in ungeheuerlichen Ausmaßen initiiert. Was zunächst nur ein Anfangsverdacht war, konnte im ersten und zweiten Buch von Hitler 1 und Hitler 2 bewiesen werden: Die "normale" Sexualität Hitlers war infolge des genetischen Schadens der Serienkiller "low". Die Untersuchung der Frage, ob Hitler ein Frauenliebhaber gewesen ist, endete mit dem Fazit und Titel des ersten Buches Das sexuelle Niemandsland. Im zweiten Buch gelangte der Autor zu dem Ergebnis: Der junge Hitler bis Ende 1918 liebte Männer, ohne dabei wirkliche Befriedigung zu finden. Und so wandte er sich Deutschland zu, wo sich das gesamte Volk in einem einzigartigen Spektakel von Hitler 2 einfangen ließ. Was jedoch alle übersahen, ihr Jubel musste zurückbezahlt werden in einer bestimmten Münze, seiner Lust am Töten.Es geht in diesem dritten Buch von Hitler 1 und Hitler 2 um die vier Schlüssel-Wege, die Hitler hin zum Massenmörder zurücklegen musste und die sich um seine Militärzeit im Ersten Weltkrieg ranken. Alle erweisen sich als Geheimnisse, werden hier erstmalig entschlüsselt. Erstens, Hitlers Gang von Wien nach München zwischen 24. und 26. Mai 1913 war illegal. Zweitens, gezielt verschaffte sich der Österreicher Hitler im August 1914 Zugang zum bayerischen Regiment List. Drittens, Mitte Oktober 1918 wurde er bei einem britischen Angriff gasvergiftet, doch war er nicht blind, wie er die Nachwelt glauben ließ, sondern stumm. Dieser Schritt beschreibt den verschlungenen Weg ins Reservelazarett der pommerschen Stadt Pasewalk. Auch zu Hitlers vierter Bewegung von Pasewalk über München nach Berlin werden Wissenslöcher gestopft: seine Erlangung der deutschen Staatsbürgerschaft 1916/1919 (nicht erst 1932) und die wichtige Rolle, die Justizminister Franz Gürtner für Hitlers Wesensveränderung vom stillen zum tatkräftigen Serienkiller gespielt hat.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ehrenfried Günther Freiherr von Hünefeld (May 1, 1892 February 5, 1929) was a German Aviation pioneer and initiator of the first trans-atlantic flight in East-West direction. Hünefeld was born in Königsberg, East Prussia, German Empire as the son of the owner of Braxeinswalde near Pr.Eylau, where he grew up. He was blind on his left eye and nearsighted on his right, his childhood was characterized by several serious diseases. After finishing school at Berlin, he started to study at the Berlin University and came in contact to the first flight pioneers at Berlin Johannisthal Air Field. At the beginning of World War I he volunteered to the German Air Service, but was rejected due to his poor health. After that he volunteered again as a motorcyclist and was wounded in September 1914 at Flanders, which led to a shortened left leg. Due to his handicaps he could not return to service and joined the German Diplomatic Service at Sofia, Constantinople and as an Imperial Vice Consul in the Netherlands.