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ZKL group participates in 2011 Czech international railways and handling technigue exhibition (Czes


30th June 2011 Bearing Technology 0 Comments
news in June 29, 2011 ZKL group sends the international railways and handling technigue exhibition Czech Raildays 2011s held to Czech Russian Stella this year Have and expose again, besides exhibiting special bearing products used for rail transportation, the cylindrical roller bearing of special biserial that ZKL group exhibits is especially favored by customer. Two-bank taper roller bearing PLC 810-13.1 CTBU 130x230x160 of these special types And PLC ...ZKL group sends the international railways and handling technigue exhibition Czech Raildays 2011s held to Czech Russian Stella ...
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Eh ladder kindness introduces the sliding bearing association of rotary transducer Easily operated


30th June 2011 Bearing Technology 0 Comments
Eh ladder eh the Company ' Hereafter referred to as NTN Research and develop a section of structure newly closely, the easily operated one " The sliding bearing of the rotary transducer is made up " ,Mainly made up by a kind of resin sliding bearing and a kind of electricity magnetic rotary transducer. At present, besides ball bearing *1, this product accords with coherence of different mechanical equipment and high functional characteristic too. *1: Rotary transducer bearing makes the series up ' Production code number 3032 Specification: The internal diameter is φ 6 bearings are ...
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Shadows of Treblinka University of Illinois Press Miriam Kuperhand


30th June 2011 History Books 20 Comments
Unique and compelling, this husband-and-wife memoir of the Holocaust will move and inform generations. As we lose eyewitnesses to this ultimate horror, the Kuperhands present us with an elegantly restrained, yet hard-hitting, Kaddish to Polish Jewry.Miriam was the daughter of a prosperous furrier; Saul was the son of a poor shoemaker. Miriam was sixteen when she and her brother roamed the wild countryside of Poland, searching for food and shelter -- and for their parents. Saul was only a few years older when he watched the smoke rising from the crematoria and knew that his parents, sister, ...
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The End of the Old Order: Napoleon and Europe 1801-1805 Da Capo Press annotated edition edition Frederick Kagan


30th June 2011 History Books 27 Comments
Perhaps no person in history has dominated his or her own era as much as Napoleon. Despite his small physical stature, the shadow of Napoleon is cast like a colossus, compelling all who would look at that epoch to chart their course by reference to him. For this reason, most historical accounts of the Napoleonic era-and there are many-tell the same Napoleon-dominated story over and over again, or focus narrowly on special aspects of it. Frederick Kagan, distinguished historian and military policy expert, has tapped hitherto unused archival materials from Austria, Prussia, France, and Russia, ...
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Science at the Borders: Immigrant Medical Inspection and the Shaping of the Modern Industrial Labor Force The Johns Hopkins University Press 1 edition Amy L. Fairchild


30th June 2011 History Books 4 Comments
In 1891, officers of the United States Public Health Service began examining immigrants at the nation's borders for "loathsome and dangerous contagious diseases." First introduced as a means to screen out those who posed a threat to public health, the examinations were soon described by officials as a way of denying entry to applicants who could not work and would, therefore, be a burden on society. But historian Amy Fairchild has unearthed a curious fact about this ubiquitous rite of immigrationit was rarely undertaken to exclude immigrants. In Science at the Borders, Fairchild retells the ...
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The Secret Life of Lobsters: How Fishermen and Scientists Are Unraveling the Mysteries of Our Favorite Crustacean Harper Perennial Trevor Corson


30th June 2011 History Books 33 Comments
In this intimate portrait of an island lobstering community and an eccentric band of renegade biologists, journalist Trevor Corson escorts the reader onto the slippery decks of fishing boats, through danger-filled scuba dives, and deep into the churning currents of the Gulf of Maine to learn about the secret undersea lives of lobsters.This P.S. edition features an extra 16 pages of insights into the book, including author interviews, recommended reading, and more. In the 1980s, the lobster population in the waters off the coast of Maine was declining, threatening disaster for the state's ...
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The Unknown Craftsman: A Japanese Insight into Beauty Asia Japan Bernard Leach Kodansha USA Revised edition


30th June 2011 History Books 13 Comments
Text: English, Japanese (translation) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. SOETSU YANAGI was born in Tokyo in 1889 and graduated from the literature department of the Tokyo Imperial University in 1913, majoring in psychology. Proficient in English and with a deep feeling for art, while still a student Mr. Yanagi became associated with the Shirakaba ("Silver Birch") literary group, to which he was partly responsible for interpreting Western art to Japan.In 1921, he completed the organization of a Korean folkcraft museum in Seoul, and, in 1936, ...
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The Trial of Mary Queen of Scots: A Brief History with Documents Jayne Elizabeth Lewis BedfordSt. Martin’s First Edition edition


30th June 2011 History Books 10 Comments
'Lewis's introduction provides students of European and Women's History with a clear understanding of the intersections of religion, politics, and gender in sixteenth-century Britain' - Carole Levin, University of Nebraska Jayne Elizabeth Lewis (Ph.D., Princeton University) is associate professor of English literature at UCLA. Her work includes The English Fable: Aesop and Literary Culture, 1651-1740 (1996) and the forthcoming Mary Queen of Scots: Romance and Nation, as well as numerous articles on eighteenth-century British literature and culture. The treason trial and ...
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Foundational Pasts: The Holocaust as Historical Understanding Alon Confino Cambridge University Press 1 edition


30th June 2011 History Books 22 Comments
"One of the most thoughtful, exciting, and original responses to the Holocaust to have appeared in years, Foundational Pasts is a concise and trenchant study that opens up new ways of conceiving of the Nazi genocide of the Jews. With its emphasis on Nazism and the Holocaust as problems of cultural history, Confino's book will generate much discussion and will be a major stimulus to further reflection on how the Holocaust should be interpreted by historians." - Dan Stone, Royal Holloway, University of London"The Nazis claimed to replace the 'ideas of 1789' with those of '1933.' ...
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Panzer IV vs Char B1 bis: France 1940 Steven Zaloga Osprey Publishing


30th June 2011 History Books 19 Comments
"I am delighted that an authority like Mr. Zaloga has created this comparison of the Char B1 bis and the PzKpfw IV. While the book is extremely detailed, it remains gripping and easy to read." -Frederick Boucher, Armorama"... why were the Germans able to destroy the French Armies in such a short period of time [during WWII]? From the tank vs. tank perspective, this book reveals all. I found it easy to read, easy to understand, and very enlightening. I recommend it highly to anyone interested in this aspect of military history." -Andrew Birkbeck, IPMS/USA Steven J. Zaloga received ...
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