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National Geographic Monokular 10x25
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Das besonders handliche National Geographic Monokular 10x25 eignet sich hervorragend für spontane Beobachtungen. Ob auf Wanderungen, bei Sport-, Theater- oder Konzertveranstaltungen - die Vorzüge dieses kompakten "Fernrohrs" werden Sie schnell z

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Buch - Das Wörter-Retter-Sammelsurium
12,99 € *
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Von Kokolores, Pfennigfuchsern und SmombiesWer kennt noch Firlefanz? Was ist Yolo? Und wozu braucht man eine Ferrule?Seltene Wörter sind vom Aussterben bedroht. Das ist schade, denn Vielfalt macht Spaß und kreativer Umgang mit Sprache erst recht!Daher hat sich das Wörter-Retter-Sammelsurium zur Aufgabe gemacht, folgende Wörter zu retten:... Begriffe, die (fast) niemand kennt, obwohl wir die Gegenstände ständig benutzen,... Wörter, die noch aus Omas Zeiten stammen und bereits in Vergessenheit geraten sind,... Wortneuschöpfungen, die grade in Mode, aber vielleicht schon bald wieder aus aller Munde verschwunden sind.Mit lustigen Illustrationen und unterhaltsamen Texten wird hier über 111 Wörter und Ausdrücken auf amüsante Weise ein Denkmal gesetzt.Und so gibt es ab sofort wieder Bandsalat, wird Menschen blümerant und man kann sich den Käseigel schmecken lassen.Das Lexikon der bedrohten Wörter ab 8 JahrenDie Herkunft der Wörter wird interessant geschildert, auch die Illustrationen ergänzen die Beschreibungen großartig. [...] Absolut empfehlenswert! KidsBestBooks 20180731Andrea Schwendemann ist Journalistin, Unternehmerin und leitet das Büro für Zeitschriften- und Buchentwicklung. Sie konzipiert Medien für Kinder und Erwachsene und schreibt für Magazine, Zeitungen und Online-Portale (z. B. GEO Saison, National Geographic, Spiegel-Online). Bevor sie sich 2012 selbstständig machte, arbeitete sie als Redaktionsleiterin für NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD und GEOlino extra. Lucie Göpfert, geboren 1983, ist diplomierte Spielzeugdesignerin. Sie liebt lustige Tiere und schräge Charaktere. Lucie illustriert für verschiedene Verlage Kinderbücher, Spiele oder Rätsel und zeichnet außerdem für Museen und das Theater. Lucie lebt mit ihrer Familie in Halle/Saale.

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Buch - Das Autokennzeichen-Lexikon
12,00 € *
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Der ideale Wegbegleiter für lange und kurze Autofahrten!Wie liest man ein Autokennzeichen richtig?Welche Sonderkennzeichen gibt es?Und in welchem Auto fährt eigentlich die Kanzlerin?Dieses Lexikon versammelt alle neuen und alten Kennzeichen aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Damit ist die nächste Runde Kennzeichenraten ein Kinderspiel! Zusätzlich gibt es viele lustige und spannende Informationen zu besonderen Städten, Sehenswürdigkeiten und Attraktionen, ein Verzeichnis der EU-Länderkennzeichen und eine Erklärung aller Sonderkennzeichen. Für den Überblick helfen Karten, in denen alle Kennzeichen verzeichnet sind. Und mit den zahlreichen Spielideen und Quizzen kommt bei der nächsten Autofahrt garantiert keine Langeweile mehr auf!Ideal für längere Autofahrten ist das Autokennzeichen-Lexikon, mit dem man Kindern die Zeit unterhaltsam vertreiben kann. Eva Basler Evangelisches Literaturportal, 1. Juli 2015Schwendemann, AndreaAndrea Schwendemann ist Journalistin, Unternehmerin und leitet das Büro für Zeitschriften- und Buchentwicklung. Sie konzipiert Medien für Kinder und Erwachsene und schreibt für Magazine, Zeitungen und Online-Portale (z. B. GEO Saison, National Geographic, Spiegel-Online). Bevor sie sich 2012 selbstständig machte, arbeitete sie als Redaktionsleiterin für NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD und GEOlino extra.Bach, SandraSandra Bach studierte von 2002 bis 2008 Kommunikationsdesign in Halle/Saale und Illustration und Animation in Luzern. Nach dem Studium arbeitete sie für das Neue Theater in Halle/Saale und in einer Agentur, bevor sie sich selbstständig machte. Seitdem nimmt Sie mit Kopf, Herz und Hand in ihrem Büro freie Aufträge für die Buch- und Filmbranche an oder konzipiert und organisiert Forschercamps an Schulen. Sandra Bach lebt mit ihrer Familie in Weimar.

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Studio 360 (English): Andrew McCarthy & Theater...
9,95 € *
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North Korea is such an insular nation that almost any glimpse of life in the country makes news. This week is the country’s Pyongyang Film Festival, drawing crowds of North Koreans to the rare opportunity to see foreign (but not American) film. But also screening is a film that shows how North Korea would like the world to see it: Comrade Kim Goes Flying. Next, if you were alive in the 1980s, you, or someone you loved, had a crush on Andrew McCarthy. He played Blane McDonnagh, the rich kid who captures the heart of Molly Ringwald’s character in the teen drama Pretty in Pink. He went on to star in films like St. Elmo’s Fire and Weekend At Bernie’s, and had many roles on television. But when he woke up to adult life, McCarthy quietly took on a second career. He became a serious travel writer, contributing to National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times, and The Atlantic, among others.Then, New York is the epicenter of American theater, but it's not just because of Broadway. A mid-size theater complex downtown is arguably the most important incubator for new theater today: The Public Theater. Fifty years ago its founder, Joseph Papp, started Shakespeare in the Park, offering world-class productions outdoors each summer for free. And in the years since, the Public Theater has premiered dozens of groundbreaking works, including Hair, A Chorus Line, That Championship Season, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide, and Passing Strange.Next, growing up in Brooklyn, Sandra Sherman’s view of the world was limited. “I was supposed to go to Brooklyn College, if I went to college at all, stay at home, and become a high-school teacher just like my parents,” she remembers. “And I felt very claustrophobic in a sense in that everybody I knew was pushing me to be somebody that I didn’t really feel that I wanted to be.”And finally, in the cliche version of the immigrant story, the hardwo 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kurt Andersen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/stud/120929/rt_stud_120929_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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U.S. Military Intervention in the Post-Cold War...
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In this readily accessible study, political scientist Glenn J. Antizzo identifies 15 factors critical to the success of contemporary US military intervention and evaluates the likely efficacy of direct US military involvement today - when it will work, when it will not, and how to undertake such action in a manner that will bring rapid victory at an acceptable political cost. He lays out the preconditions that portend success, among them a clear and attainable goal; a mission that is neither for "peacekeeping" nor for "humanitarian aid within a war zone"; a strong probability the American public will support or at least be indifferent to the effort; a willingness to utilize ground forces if necessary; an operation limited in geographic scope; and a theater commander permitted discretion in the course of the operation. Antizzo then tests his abstract criteria by using real-world case studies of the most recent fully completed US military interventions - in Panama in 1989, Iraq in 1991, Somalia in 1992-94, and Kosovo in 1999 - with Panama, Iraq, and Kosovo representing generally successful interventions and Somalia an unsuccessful one. Finally, he considers how the development of a "Somalia Syndrome" affected US foreign policy and how the politics and practice of military intervention have continued to evolve since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, giving specific attention to the current war in Afghanistan and the larger War on Terror. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Captain James H. Hammond, II. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/076178/bk_acx0_076178_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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National Geographic Traveler: Berlin
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Germany's premier city, Berlin, is one of the fastest growing and intriguing in Europe. This guidebook, written by experienced travel writer Damien Simonis, expertly guides you through the varied land- and cityscapes that are today's Berlin. Illustrated with more than 120 vivid, up-to-date photographs and nearly 20 detailed, full-color maps, this second edition gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to the center of the new Europe, from the historic and massive Reichstag building in the town center to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace in the west at Charlottenburg. Starting with a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture--factors that have clearly shaped the distinctive volksgeist of the German people--the book then explores each of the neighborhoods that make up the city. Among the sights: the city's grand pastoral thoroughfare in the center of town, Unter Den Linden; the Forum of Culture, home of Berlin's concert hall and several excellent museums; the Tiergarden, the large central park that constitutes some of metropolis's extensive green space; the quiet woods, rivers, and lakelands of Berlin's far west; and the many world-class museums clustered on Museum Island in the east. In addition, an "Excursions" chapter steers you to the best day trips out of the city. Special features give comprehensive information on many diverse topics such as the story of the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and a look at Berlin's famous Christmas markets. The book also presents mapped, guided walks and tours through some of the city's most fascinating areas, including a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through the Mecklenburg lake district. Experiential sidebars--such as reliving the feel of pre-war Berlin at a silent-movie theater or visiting the city's famed museums when they're open all night--show you details on how to immerse yourself in Berlin's culture. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. Whether you're visiting Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's main shopping street, revisiting history in front of the Brandenburg Gate, or strolling Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces and gardens at Potsdam, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one. The National Geographic Traveler series is aimed at active travelers who want authentic, enriching, cultural experiences and look to a guidebook for expert advice and insider tips from a trustworthy source. We offer ways for people to experience a place rather than just visit, and give the feel of each destination not easily found online.

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National Geographic Traveler: Berlin
15,99 € *
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Germany's premier city, Berlin, is one of the fastest growing and intriguing in Europe. This guidebook, written by experienced travel writer Damien Simonis, expertly guides you through the varied land- and cityscapes that are today's Berlin. Illustrated with more than 120 vivid, up-to-date photographs and nearly 20 detailed, full-color maps, this second edition gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to the center of the new Europe, from the historic and massive Reichstag building in the town center to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace in the west at Charlottenburg. Starting with a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture--factors that have clearly shaped the distinctive volksgeist of the German people--the book then explores each of the neighborhoods that make up the city. Among the sights: the city's grand pastoral thoroughfare in the center of town, Unter Den Linden; the Forum of Culture, home of Berlin's concert hall and several excellent museums; the Tiergarden, the large central park that constitutes some of metropolis's extensive green space; the quiet woods, rivers, and lakelands of Berlin's far west; and the many world-class museums clustered on Museum Island in the east. In addition, an "Excursions" chapter steers you to the best day trips out of the city. Special features give comprehensive information on many diverse topics such as the story of the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and a look at Berlin's famous Christmas markets. The book also presents mapped, guided walks and tours through some of the city's most fascinating areas, including a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through the Mecklenburg lake district. Experiential sidebars--such as reliving the feel of pre-war Berlin at a silent-movie theater or visiting the city's famed museums when they're open all night--show you details on how to immerse yourself in Berlin's culture. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. Whether you're visiting Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's main shopping street, revisiting history in front of the Brandenburg Gate, or strolling Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces and gardens at Potsdam, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one. The National Geographic Traveler series is aimed at active travelers who want authentic, enriching, cultural experiences and look to a guidebook for expert advice and insider tips from a trustworthy source. We offer ways for people to experience a place rather than just visit, and give the feel of each destination not easily found online.

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Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson is a United States military facility adjacent to Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. It is an amalgamation of the former United States Air Force Elmendorf Air Force Base and the United States Army Fort Richardson, which were merged in 2010. The facilities, which have always shared the same relative geographic position, were officially combined by the 2005 Base Closure and Realignment Commission. Its mission is to support and defend U.S. interests in the Asia Pacific region and around the world by providing units who are ready for worldwide air power projection and a base that is capable of meeting PACOM's theater staging and throughput requirements. It is the home of the Headquarters, Alaskan Command (ALCOM), Alaskan NORAD Region (ANR), Joint Task Force-Alaska (JTF-AK), Eleventh Air Force (11 AF), the 673d Air Base Wing, the 3rd Wing, the 176th Wing and other Tenant Units.

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Pacific Theater of Operations
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Pacific Theater of Operations was the World War II area of military activity in the Pacific Ocean and the countries bordering it, a geographic scope that reflected the operational and administrative command structures of the American forces during that period. The Pacific Theater of Operations was one of two areas in which the United States initiated offensive combat operations against the Axis in late 1942. This included operations by the 32nd and the 41st on New Guinea, the Americal on the Gilbert Islands, and the 1st Marine Division on Guadalcanal. The other area was the Mediterranean Theater of Operations, beginning with Operation Torch in November.

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