Opera Omnia Il Mio Diario Di Guerra 1915 1917 La Dottrina Del Fascismo 1932 Vita Di Arnaldo 1932 Parlo Con Bruno 1941 Pensieri Pontini E Sardi 1943 Storia Di Un Anno 1944 Il Tempo Del Bastone E Della Carota

Autore: Benito Mussolini
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Opera Omnia Di Benito Mussolini Il Mio Diario Di Guerra 1915 1917 La Dottrina Del Fascismo 1932 Vita Di Arnaldo 1932 Parlo Con Bruno 1941 Pensieri Pontini E Sardi 1943 Storia Di Un Anno 1944 Il Tempo Del Bastone E Della Carota

Autore: Benito Mussolini
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Birthday Book

Autore: Charles Dickens
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Grandezza: 76,17 MB
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The Death Of Hitler

Autore: Ada Petrova
Editore: W. W. Norton
ISBN:
Grandezza: 24,36 MB
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For the past fifty years the Iron Curtain and the Cold War have prevented the truth from being told about one of the most enduring mysteries of the twentieth century: how, exactly, Adolf Hitler died on April 30, 1945, and what happened to his remains. In this groundbreaking book, which reads like a riveting detective story, Ada Petrova and Peter Watson provide the answers to these two questions. Given access to the Russians' hitherto unseen Hitler Archive - File I-G-23, the so-called Operation Myth File - they reveal not only the truth of what went on in Berlin in May 1945 after the Russians captured the bunker in which Hitler, Eva Braun, and their entourage spent their last days, but also why the Soviet regime felt the details of the Fuhrer's death had to be kept secret for so long. Further, they explain how and why his body and those of Braun, Josef and Magda Goebbels, and the Goebbels' six children were secretly buried in Magdeburg, East Germany, and finally disinterred and cremated in 1970 by order of the then KGB chief Yuri Andropov. Besides the Myth File, Petrova and Watson have also been given access to much more: unpublished interrogations that the Russians conducted of those close to Hitler - including his pilot, his valet, and the commander of the bunker; new forensic evidence from the secret autopsies carried out on the bodies of Hitler, Braun, and the Goebbels; photographs from Hitler's private album; and some thirty-six unpublished watercolors that Hitler painted in his youth and that he kept with him right up to the end in the bunker. Most sensationally, however, they have been shown, and allowed to examine, fragments of Hitler's skull that the Russians have had in theirpossession since 1945. The location of the bullet hole in one of the fragments and the results of an independent forensic examination settle once and for all the manner of Hitler's death.

Die Dichtungen

Autore: Georg Trakl
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ISBN: 9783458328568
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Our Ancestors

Autore: Italo Calvino
Editore: Random House
ISBN: 1446419673
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Viscount Medardo is bisected by a Turkish cannonball on the plains of Bohemia; Baron Cosimo, at the age of twelve, retires to the trees for the rest of his days; Charlemagne's knight, Agiluf, is an empty suit of armour. These three vivid images are the points of departure for Calvino's classic triptych of moral tales, now published in one volume and all displaying the exuberant talent of a master storyteller.

Palladio

Autore: James Ackerman
Editore: Penguin UK
ISBN: 014193638X
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Palladio (1508-80) combined classical restraint with constant inventiveness. In this study, Professor Ackerman sets Palladio in the context of his age - the Humanist era of Michelangelo and Raphael, Titian and Veronese - and examines each of the villas, churches and palaces in turn and tries to penetrate to the heart of the Palladian miracle. Palladio's theoretical writings are important and illuminating, he suggests, yet they never do justice to the intense intuitive skills of "a magician of light and colour". Indeed, as the photographs in this book reveal, Palladio was "as sensual, as skilled in visual alchemy as any Venetian painter of his time", and his countless imitators have usually captured the details, but not the essence of his style. There are buildings all the way from Philadelphia to Leningrad which bear witness to Palladio's "permanent place in the making of architecture", yet he also deserves to be seen on his own terms.