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Electrical Contacts 1953 to 2015 DVD-ROM
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Electrical Contacts 1953 to 2015 DVD-ROM ab 69 € als DVD-ROM: Proceedings of the IEEE HOLM Conference on Electrcal Contacts (1953-2015) International Conference. Neuerscheinung. Aus dem Bereich: Software, Wissen,

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Loss of Childhood, Passage of Time and Emerging...
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Dylan Thomas (1914-1953) was one of the greatest twentieth century poets, who composed poetry in English. His passionate emotions and his personal, lyrical writing style made him resemble the Romantic poets than the poets of his era. Much of Thomas's works were influenced by his early experiences and contacts with the natural world, especially his famous poem, "Fern Hill". This book aims to compare and contrast Thomas's "Fern Hill" with Wordsworth's "Ode: Intimations of Immortality" to illustrate the poets' similar Romantic features and their high regard for childhood as well as their different attitudes towards time, adulthood, and death. Although there are limited, narrow and non-comprehensive surveys and studies in comparing or contrasting the poetry of Thomas and Wordsworth, this book devotes an exclusive, comprehensive study to these two literary figures to reveal their common and different poetic features and personal views to pave the way for further studies in the field.

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Nativ
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Founded as part of the Prime Minister's office by Prime Minister Moshe Sharett in 1952-1953, Nativ was designed to function covertly, making contacts, fostering Jewish education, and aiding immigration to Israel. Nativ was not the first organization to do this, Mossad Le'aliyah Bet, part of the Haganah, had brought Jews to Israel in defiance of the British Mandate, but this ended with the creation of Israel. Nativ was to continue that mission, except now in defiance of the Soviet Union. Although it operated in a clandestine manner, the official policy was never to break Soviet laws. This did not stop the KGB from suspecting that it was spying, in fact, as recently as 1998 Nativ was accused of conducting espionage operations. Interestingly, a former Israeli ambassador to Moscow claims that the KGB conducted exhaustive surveillance measures on all their operations, but never directly interfered.

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Electrical Contacts 1953 to 2015, DVD-ROM
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This DVD combines the entire collection of proceedings of three distinguished conferences in the field of electrical contacts until October 11, 2015 into one database:• The IEEE Holm Conference on Electrical Contactshas been held annually since 1953 (but no conferences in 1955 and 1964) in the U.S.A. and Canada.• The International Conference on Electrical Contactswas first organized in 1961 and has been held biennially since 1964 throughout the world.• The Albert-Keil-Kontaktseminarwas started in 1972 and has been organized biennially since 1973 in Karlsruhe, Germany.Combined these 100 conferences contain over 4600 individual papers. This wealth of knowledge is now available in a single source to be re-discovered by those of us who have many years in this scientific field. Additionally, and perhaps even more important, these papers also offer a strong foundation for all the new investigators wishing to add their own research and developments to this rich and continuously evolving scientific field.

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Foreign Relations of the United States - Iran, ...
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This volume contains the long-awaited 'retrospective' of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran. The volume includes fascinating details on Iranian, American and British planning and implementation of the covert operation, as well as information about U.S. contacts with key figures such as Ayatollah Abol-Ghasem Kashani, and insights into U.S. concerns about the growing influence of the communist Tudeh Party. The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public controversy after a previous official collection omitted all references to the role of American and British intelligence in the ouster of Iran's then-prime minister, Mohammad Mosaddeq. The volume is part of the Department's venerable Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series. For decades, neither the U.S. nor the British governments would acknowledge their part in Mosaddeq's overthrow, even though a detailed account appeared as early as 1954 in The Saturday Evening Post, and since then CIA and MI6 veterans of the coup have published memoirs detailing their activities. Kermit Roosevelt's Countercoup is the best known and most detailed such account, although highly controversial because of its selective rendering of events. In 2000, The New York Times posted a 200-page classified internal CIA history of the operation. In 1989, the State Department released what purported to be the official record of the coup period but it made not a single reference to American and British actions in connection with the event. The omission led to the resignation of the chief outside adviser on the series, and prompted Congress to pass legislation requiring 'a thorough, accurate, and reliable documentary record' of U.S. foreign policy. After the end of the Cold War, the CIA committed to open agency files on the Iran and other covert operations, and the State Department vowed to produce a 'retrospective' volume righting the earlier decision. But it took until 2011 for the CIA to - partially - fulfill its commitment, and even then it was only in the form of a previously classified segment of an internal account of the coup that for the first time included an officially released explicit reference to the agency's role in 'TPAJAX,' the U.S. acronym for the operation. Roughly two years later, after years of research by historian James C. Van Hook, as well as internal negotiations between State and CIA over access to the latter's records, the Office of the Historian at the Department produced a draft of the retrospective volume, which then had to await top-level clearance. What explains the refusal by two governments to acknowledge their actions, and the inordinate delays in publishing this volume? Justifications given in the past include protecting intelligence sources and methods, bowing to British government requests and, more recently, avoiding stirring up Iranian hardline elements who might seek to undercut the nuclear deal Iran signed with the United States and other P5+1 members in 2015. (Abstract from the US National Archive)

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Modernization of Japan
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The Japanese are a diligent people, constantly working to ensure institutional success. The Japanese have an innate ability to copy foreigners. In their effort to build a strong country, the Japanese sought knowledge from abroad; and perfected these learnings in order to effect rapid national development. In their quest for progress, the Japanese have cherished the trait of national self-reliance. Until the Jeiji Restoration, Japan had pursued a national policy of seclusion that forbade almost all contact with the outside world. The nineteenth century was one of exploration and imperialism for most of the world. The Japanese would not be left alone, merely because they wanted to pursue a national policy of autarchy. European powers began establishing commercial relations with Japan. In 1953, a commodore in the US Navy visited Japan with the aim of opening trade contacts. After years of negotiations, treaties were signed authorizing an opening of a few ports to foreign trade. Simultaneously, Japan embarked on a policy of expansion in China and Korea due to its need for fertile soil and natural resources. This policy led to war with China in and with Russia.

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Modernization of Japan
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The Japanese are a diligent people, constantly working to ensure institutional success. The Japanese have an innate ability to copy foreigners. In their effort to build a strong country, the Japanese sought knowledge from abroad; and perfected these learnings in order to effect rapid national development. In their quest for progress, the Japanese have cherished the trait of national self-reliance. Until the Jeiji Restoration, Japan had pursued a national policy of seclusion that forbade almost all contact with the outside world. The nineteenth century was one of exploration and imperialism for most of the world. The Japanese would not be left alone, merely because they wanted to pursue a national policy of autarchy. European powers began establishing commercial relations with Japan. In 1953, a commodore in the US Navy visited Japan with the aim of opening trade contacts. After years of negotiations, treaties were signed authorizing an opening of a few ports to foreign trade. Simultaneously, Japan embarked on a policy of expansion in China and Korea due to its need for fertile soil and natural resources. This policy led to war with China in and with Russia.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Foreign Relations of the United States - Iran, ...
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This volume contains the long-awaited 'retrospective' of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran. The volume includes fascinating details on Iranian, American and British planning and implementation of the covert operation, as well as information about U.S. contacts with key figures such as Ayatollah Abol-Ghasem Kashani, and insights into U.S. concerns about the growing influence of the communist Tudeh Party. The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public controversy after a previous official collection omitted all references to the role of American and British intelligence in the ouster of Iran's then-prime minister, Mohammad Mosaddeq. The volume is part of the Department's venerable Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series. For decades, neither the U.S. nor the British governments would acknowledge their part in Mosaddeq's overthrow, even though a detailed account appeared as early as 1954 in The Saturday Evening Post, and since then CIA and MI6 veterans of the coup have published memoirs detailing their activities. Kermit Roosevelt's Countercoup is the best known and most detailed such account, although highly controversial because of its selective rendering of events. In 2000, The New York Times posted a 200-page classified internal CIA history of the operation. In 1989, the State Department released what purported to be the official record of the coup period but it made not a single reference to American and British actions in connection with the event. The omission led to the resignation of the chief outside adviser on the series, and prompted Congress to pass legislation requiring 'a thorough, accurate, and reliable documentary record' of U.S. foreign policy. After the end of the Cold War, the CIA committed to open agency files on the Iran and other covert operations, and the State Department vowed to produce a 'retrospective' volume righting the earlier decision. But it took until 2011 for the CIA to - partially - fulfill its commitment, and even then it was only in the form of a previously classified segment of an internal account of the coup that for the first time included an officially released explicit reference to the agency's role in 'TPAJAX,' the U.S. acronym for the operation. Roughly two years later, after years of research by historian James C. Van Hook, as well as internal negotiations between State and CIA over access to the latter's records, the Office of the Historian at the Department produced a draft of the retrospective volume, which then had to await top-level clearance. What explains the refusal by two governments to acknowledge their actions, and the inordinate delays in publishing this volume? Justifications given in the past include protecting intelligence sources and methods, bowing to British government requests and, more recently, avoiding stirring up Iranian hardline elements who might seek to undercut the nuclear deal Iran signed with the United States and other P5+1 members in 2015. (Abstract from the US National Archive)

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Electrical Contacts 1953 to 2017
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This DVD combines the entire collection of proceedings of three distinguished conferences in the field of electrical contacts until October 10, 2017 into one database: - The IEEE Holm Conference on Electrical Contacts has been held annually since 1953 (but no conferences in 1955 and 1964) in the U.S.A. and Canada. - The International Conference on Electrical Contacts was first organized in 1961 and has been held biennially since 1964 throughout the world. - The Albert-Keil-Kontaktseminar was started in 1972 and has been organized biennially since 1973 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Combined these 100 conferences contain over 4900 individual papers. This wealth of knowledge is now available in a single source to be re-discovered by those of us who have many years in this scientific field. Additionally, and perhaps even more important, these papers also offer a strong foundation for all the new investigators wishing to add their own research and developments to this rich and continuously evolving scientific field.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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