Download Foxbats over Dimona by Isabella Ginor & Gideon Remez (.PDF)

Foxbats over Dimona: The Soviets’ Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War by Isabella Ginor & Gideon Remez
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Overview: Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez’s groundbreaking history of the Six-Day War in 1967 radically changes our understanding of that conflict, casting it as a crucial arena of Cold War intrigue that has shaped the Middle East to this day. The authors, award-winning Israeli journalists and historians, have investigated newly available documents and testimonies from the former Soviet Union, cross-checked them against Israeli and Western sources, and arrived at fresh and startling conclusions.

Contrary to previous interpretations, Ginor and Remez’s book shows that the Six-Day War was the result of a joint Soviet-Arab gambit to provoke Israel into a preemptive attack. The authors reveal how the Soviets received a secret Israeli message indicating that Israel, despite its official ambiguity, was about to acquire nuclear weapons. Determined to destroy Israel’s nuclear program before it could produce an atomic bomb, the Soviets then began preparing for war–well before Moscow accused Israel of offensive intent, the overt trigger of the crisis.

Ginor and Remez’s startling account details how the Soviet-Arab onslaught was to be unleashed once Israel had been drawn into action and was branded as the aggressor. The Soviets had submarine-based nuclear missiles poised for use against Israel in case it already possessed and tried to use an atomic device, and the USSR prepared and actually began a marine landing on Israel’s shores backed by strategic bombers and fighter squadrons. They sent their most advanced, still-secret aircraft, the MiG-25 Foxbat, on provocative sorties over Israel’s Dimona nuclear complex to prepare the planned attack on it, and to scare Israel into making the first strike. It was only the unpredicted devastation of Israel’s response that narrowly thwarted the Soviet design.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Preacher’s Wife (Sweet Town Clean Historical Western Romance Book 5) by Sarah Christian
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Overview: Hiding from a man who wants him dead, Matthieu Whitney has finally made a peaceful life for himself as the pastor of Sweet Town. Much of that peace relies on passing as white, which proves agonizing as he finds himself driven to distraction by the beautiful and sharply intelligent Beulah Douglass. He knows from experience courting and secrets don’t mix.

Already struggling as a young mother alone, Beulah isn’t looking for trouble. Certainly not the kind of trouble that comes in the form of a tall, dark, and handsome pastor with haunting green eyes and a protective streak as wide as the Mississippi. After he’s injured rescuing her from an accident, she’s happy to help Matt, though it means trying to deny the growing connection between them. As danger mounts and their enemies grow, can Beulah have any hope of being the Preacher’s Wife?

In the shadow of wild Deadwood sits quiet Sweet Town. Established in the Dakota Gold Rush of the 1870s, Sweet Town is surrounded by gentle hills and fields of clover. It’s a place where anyone can start over and redemption is never out of reach.
Genre: Literature & Fiction > African American > Romance

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Necromancer’s Curse by J.T. Williams (Half-Elf Chronicles #4)
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Overview: When death awakens there is nowhere one can hide.

Kealin’s blades still reek from the blood of Vakron-Tur. He defeated the dark wizard but lost his elder brother.The god of death’s voice resonates in his mind and he struggles to control what little of himself that remains. He is close to reaching his sister but with so much lost already, he wonders what end will come from his quest.

Journeying south with his companions, he meets Veora, a beautiful but sadistic necromancer. As an acolyte of the Five and a student from the High Sanctum of magic, she agrees to lead them to her masters. But while this practitioner of death magic knows what Kealin seeks, he senses a presence about her. Something she is hiding. When it comes to magic, is death no more than another path to life or a shadow of a darker and consuming evil?

Many fans of fast-paced sword and sorcery and fantasy adventure, have loved the first three books in the Half-Elf Chronicles by J.T Williams. Do not miss Necromancer’s Curse, the fourth book in the series!
Genre: Fantasy > Myths & Legends

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Download Hate Sex by Ryan Michele (.ePUB)

Hate Sex: A Brother’s Best Friend Short Story by Ryan Michele (Best Friends Book 2)
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Overview: Love – Lust
The line between the two is thin.
Love – Hate
The line is almost invisible.
Teo is everything I ever wanted and just enough of a dickhead to keep me away.
Kota drives me wild with frustration and need.
When we get together it’s an explosion of mixed emotions, desires, needs, and unspoken history.
What happens when lust collides with hate? Like a high-wire performer we walk the tightrope with no net to catch us.
What happens when we fall?
Genre: Erotica

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Download Kamikaze: Special Attack Weapons by Steven J. Zaloga (.ePUB)

Kamikaze: Japanese Special Attack Weapons 1944-45 by Steven J. Zaloga
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Overview: The destruction of much of the remainder of the Japanese fleet and its air arm in the later half of 1944 left the Japanese Home Islands vulnerable to attack by US naval and air forces. In desperation, the Imperial Japanese Navy proposed using “special attack” formations, a euphemism for suicide attacks. These initially consisted of crude improvisations of conventional aircraft fitted with high-explosive bombs that could be crashed into US warships. Called “Divine Wind” (Kamikaze), the special attack formations first saw action in 1944, and became the scourge of the US fleet in the battles for Iwo Jima and Okinawa in 1945.

In view of the success of these attacks, the Japanese armed forces began to develop an entire range of new special attack weapons. This book begins by examining the initial kamikaze aircraft attacks, but the focus of the book is on the dedicated special attack weapons developed in 1944, including the Ohka, a rocket-powered guided missile and the Kaiten man-guided torpedo submarines. It also covers specialized suicide attack weapons such as anti-tank lunge mines. Much of the information in this book comes from little known US intelligence reports and photos compiled after the war that have never been widely published.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Download Italian Battleships of World War II by Mark Stille (.PDF)

Italian Battleships of World War II by Mark Stille
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Overview: Italy’s navy, the Regia Marina was the fourth-largest naval force in the world at the outbreak of World War II, and yet is often overlooked and largely discounted as ineffective. In general the fleet was made up of obsolete vessels, lacked radar functionality, and had a reputation for indiscipline and poorly trained crews. The complex and bureaucratic command system imposed on the fleet further hampered its effectiveness. In this book, Mark Stille details why the Italian battleships were able to maintain a solid reputation, examining their impressive designs and the courage and determination of the fleet at Calabria, Sirte, Cape Spartiveto and Cape Matapan, all illustrated with stunning photographs from the Italian Navy’s own archives.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Download Defending Space by Clayton K.S. Chun (.PDF)

Defending Space: US Anti-Satellite Warfare and Space Weaponry by Clayton K.S. Chun
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Overview: The United States has been developing space for many years, and satellites provide the US Military with an unparaleled advantage over its adversaries. Constellations of both military and civilian satellites provide protection and support for military operations; deliver ballistic missile early warning; supply reliable, secure and jam-proof communications; gather audio-visual intelligence; predict weather patterns; guide navigation; and deliver guided-weapons targeting, as well as a host of other missions. This book explores the design, development and usage of US military space systems, as well past and future threats to the systems. The current relevance of this topic to the international community as a whole is key, as space becomes the next, if only virtual, theater of warfare.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Download Space Shuttle Launch System 1972-2004 by Mark Lardas (.PDF)

Space Shuttle Launch System 1972-2004 by Mark Lardas
Requirements: Any PDF Reader, 1.87 MB
Overview: The Space Shuttle is one of the oldest and most famous manned launch systems – the only launch vehicle that has been used for a longer period of time is the Soviet (now Russian) R-7 booster. By the start of the third millennium, the Space Shuttle had carried crews into space over 85 times. Although not a military structure, the Shuttle had been sold as an all-purpose launch system to be used jointly for military and civilian purposes. Featuring full-colour photos throughout, this book covers the design, development and operational history of a unique vehicle.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Download The Chinese People’s Liberation Army by Benjamin Lai (.PDF)

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army since 1949: Ground Forces by Benjamin Lai
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Overview: The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is the largest army in the world. China is predicted to be on the brink of overtaking the USA as the world’s largest economy, and China’s military capabilities and global ambitions are the single greatest long-term pre-occupation of Western governments. The PLA has progressed steadily – if slowly – since its creation in 1949, from a mass army of unsophisticated infantry limited to ‘human wave’ tactics into a highly sophisticated force with wide capabilities. The most recent reforms (1989 to the present day) have been made possible by massive economic liberalization, and have seen not only the modernization of all the armed forces but the beginnings of global outreach, even including Chinese participation in UN peace-keeping missions to Africa, the Middle East, and Haiti. Featuring rare photographs and specially commissioned color artwork, this study explores the developing structure, organization, equipment, appearance, and character of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army from its creation until today.
Genre: Non-fiction, History

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Being Nobody, Going Nowhere: Meditations on the Buddhist Path by Ayya Khema
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Overview: In this book, based on a series of talks at a ten-day meditation course in Sri Lanka, Ayya Khema gives clear, practical instructions on the fundamental practices of Buddhist meditation.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Spirituality

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