Größensystem , US-Größen, Materialzusammensetzung , 60% Baumwolle, 20% Polyamid, 20% Wolle, Pflegehinweise , Handwäsche, Optik , unifarben, Stil , casual, Farbe , grau, Ausschnitt , Rundhals, Ärmel , Langarm, Ärmeldetails , eng, Rumpfabschluss , gerader Abschluss, Passform , figurbetont, Verschluss , ohne Verschluss, Besondere Merkmale , Strick-Mix,
Größensystem , US-Größen, Materialzusammensetzung , 60% Baumwolle, 20% Polyamid, 20% Wolle, Pflegehinweise , Handwäsche, Optik , unifarben, Stil , casual, Farbe , navy, blau, Ausschnitt , Rundhals, Ärmel , Langarm, Ärmeldetails , eng, Rumpfabschluss , gerader Abschluss, Passform , figurbetont, Verschluss , ohne Verschluss, Besondere Merkmale , Strick-Mix,
Climate change has caused a global water crisis. China has occupied three Canadian prairie provinces and is hauling fresh river water from Hudson Bay to Beijing by the northwest passage which is open year-round. The story has special insights into Canada's water resources, geography, and history.Environmentalists who appreciate the north and Canada's water resources will enjoy listening to Jeremiah Coffey's first novel.The US President is allowing the Chinese to destabilize Canada so that British Columbia might join the United States. Drought stricken Americans want him to bring water to California from British Columbia's rivers. US State Department and CIA tactics are shown through Lee Girard their asset in the field.The Green Party has been in power for five months, and Sheila Thompson the new Prime Minister must defend Canada from Chinese occupation, and American meddling. Her Minister of National Defence 'Rolly' O'Brien is a salty old Newfoundlander who fought in the Korean war.Canadian Chief of Defence Staff General Robert Fraser and his husband to-be, staff sergeant Stuart McGee have staked everything on a plan to attack the Chinese on Remembrance Day. The British Prime Minister is dealing with post Brexit woes, and the collapse of NATO.Canada's PM has advised him to revitalize the British Commonwealth. Some African Commonwealth nations that experienced crimes by General Shang-Lu while building "One Belt One Road" want to be part of the offensive and arrest the evil man and place him on trial at the Hague. The evil general Shang-Lu has plans for a billion dollar real estate fraud exploiting the situation when Calgary runs completely out of water.Listeners of war books and military action thrillers will stay interested from more than enough spy tradecraft and thoroughly researched operations of 850 British and German battle tanks , the Queen Mary 2, British Royal Navy aircraft-carriers, nuclear submarines, destroy 1. Language: English. Narrator: Doug Greene. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/173205/bk_acx0_173205_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Wiser in Battle is the first book about the war in Iraq by an on-site commander. Former Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez served as commander of Coalition Ground Forces from June 2003 to June 2004. Wiser in Battle offers the full story of his tenure, providing a first-hand account of Saddam Hussein's capture, the battle of Fallujah, and the never-ending quest to take out Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Sanchez also discusses how minor insurgent attacks grew into synchronized, well-coordinated operations, and then finally ignited into a major insurgency and full-scale Civil War. General Sanchez was also the senior military commander in Iraq when the prisoner abuses at Abu Ghraib occurred, and when they were exposed to the world. In Wiser in Battle, he chronicles the full inside story of the scandal, including what really happened, the circumstances that led to the abuses, who perpetrated them, and what the formal investigations revealed. In addition, Sanchez shows how the Bush Administration led America into a strategic blunder of historic proportions. He details the cynical use of the Iraq war for political gain in Washington and shows how the pressure of a round-the-clock news cycle drove and distorted critical decisions. At the same time, Wiser in Battle is a personal story about the rise to power of the former highest ranking Hispanic in the U.S. Army. From his poverty-stricken youth on the Texas banks of the Rio Grande River and joining the Reserve Officer's Training Corps at 16 to pay his way through college to service in Vietnam, Kosovo, and most recently, Iraq, Lieutenant General Sanchez tells an essential story that explains the meaning and role of the U.S. military in the new century. Wiser in Battle provides an insider's view into what we've done wrong and what we've done right, as well as "A New Doctine" for the future of the country. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ricardo S. Sanchez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/001629/bk_harp_001629_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Study included socio economic characteristics, biodiversity assessment and land use of Argayuli Buffer Zone VDC of Chitwan National Park where information from 70 households based on random design, was gathered to tie up with vegetation ecology. The study forecast the socio economic status of buffer zone households where deficit is mainly managed through remittance and wage labor. About 48.6% of the households faced food deficit and 15.7% did not have food even for a month, suggesting widespread poverty. Though forest area in Argayuli VDC increased by 12.71% between 1978 and 1992, buffer zone forest can only sustainably fulfill 32% of fuel wood and 0.9% of green fodder annually suggesting dependency on national forest and park. People extract 47.36% fuel wood and 16.03% fodder demand from buffer zone forest indicating over harvesting of resources. Rhinos were considered the most destructive animal in poverty stricken area as they damage crops all round the year, threatening their subsistence that made local people behave adversely on park and park management. Besides, invasive species, Mikania micrantha inside community forest indicated the wildlife habitat may get deteriorated.
In the 1950s the Romani people lived on the brink of great change. In their bright wooden wagons they journeyed between horse-fairs and traditional stopping places - stoic, humorous and wild, often poverty-stricken but protective of their freedom - on the fringes of a society that was soon to close around them. Dominic Reeve describes his life among the Gypsies: the feuds and fairs, the joyful muddy squalor of an outdoor existence. He evokes an unforgettable cast of fireside characters - bold children, fierce matriarchs and dandyish villains in snap-brimmed hats - and tells of sharp deals done and rings run round country policemen, of love affairs, dances and open-air feasting. Smoke in the Lanes is the vivid, memorable record of a disappeared world.