Tag: Brotherhood

Brotherhood of the Flying Coffin The Glider Pilots of World War II [Audiobook]

Free Download Brotherhood of the Flying Coffin: The Glider Pilots of World War II (Audiobook)
English | ASIN: B0BVRLHTT6 | 2023 | 9 hours and 12 minutes | [email protected] kbps | 264 MB
Author: Scott McGaugh
Narrator: Geoff Sugiyama

The first major history of the American glider pilots, the forgotten heroes of World War II, by New York Times bestselling author Scott McGaugh. A story of no guns, no engines and no second chances. This audiobook distills war down to individual young men climbing into defenseless gliders made of plywood, ready to trust the towing aircraft that would pull them into enemy territory by a single cable wrapped with a telephone wire. Based on their after-action reports, journals, oral histories, photos and letters home, The Brotherhood of the Flying Coffin reveals every terrifying minute of their missions. They were all volunteers, for a specialized duty that their own government projected would have a 50 percent casualty rate.


Bikin’ and Brotherhood My Journey

David Charles Spurgeon, "Bikin’ and Brotherhood: My Journey"
English | ISBN: 0718030354 | 2014 | 432 pages | EPUB | 7 MB
From the popularity of cable television shows concerning building choppers or the criminal aspects of the motorcycle gang lifestyle, to the phenomenal success of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, no one can deny America has become fascinated with bikers and the machines they love.


Rivalry and Brotherhood Politics in the Life of Farmers in Northern India

Rivalry and Brotherhood: Politics in the Life of Farmers in Northern India By Dipankar Gupta
1997 | 218 Pages | ISBN: 0195641019 | PDF | 18 MB
A study with particular reference to the Bharatiya Kisan Union, a peasant movement, and the Jat farmers of western Uttar Pradesh.This text demystifies the notion of the Indian peasant as being pre-colonial, and shows the astuteness with which traditions are selectively revived for contemporary purposes. By examining the specifics in the case of a rural political party in Uttar Pradesh, the author argues that by careful analysis of details, one can revise many received theories on rural movements as well as enrich the understanding of civil society, co-operatives and routine repression.