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Prussian slave trade

This is one of the very few books about German (Prussian) slave trade in 1681-1721. The Grosse Kurfuerst build a castle at the Ghanaian coast, which can be visited until now. The book (in German) gives lot of historical sources from old archives in Germany to review the history of the »meeting« of German soldiers […]

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Author Force

Vice President Pence laid out an ambitious plan Thursday that would create a military command dedicated to literature this year and eventually establish an »Author Force« as the sixth branch of the U.S. Military. In a speech at the Pentagon, Pence warned of the advancements that potential adversaries were making in this field and issued […]

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It is all dust. Sand. The absence of water in our hearts. When a bullet hits you, it is not blood or flesh defining your wound. It is simply the drought of insanity.

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Posthumously. WorldCat Identities Wehlim, Thomas Josef Overview Works: 8 works in 15 publications in 1 language and 63 library holdings Genres: Fiction Roles: Author Classifications: PT2725.E455, 830 Publication Timeline By Posthumously by About 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020 2020-2021 By Posthumously by About 2010-2011 0 0 0 2011-2012 15 0 […]

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Wayback machine

Web texts movies audio software image logo search Search upload person SIGN IN ABOUT CONTACT BLOG PROJECTS HELP DONATE JOBS VOLUNTEER PEOPLE Explore more than 332 billion web pages saved over time http://die-minderheit-des-ichs.de/ Close DONATE Saved 21 times between May 1, 2009 and April 14, 2018. Summary of die-minderheit-des-ichs.de Site Map of die-minderheit-des-ichs.de 1996 1997 […]

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Wehlim has quite a few flaws. He doesn’t know how to write. He’s nervous. He doesn’t know how to act with publishers. He hasn’t had a lot of positives to shape his understanding of the world. This said, he’s willing to learn a different way of life. He actively craves mastery. He wants to be […]

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Charlie, leave it. A user with IP addr has been locked out from signing in or using the password recovery form for the following reason: Used an invalid username ‘thomas-josef-wehlim’ to try to sign in. The duration of the lockout is 5 minutes. User IP: User hostname: static.vnpt.vn User location: Hanoi, Vietnam.

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Biographic shift

Two of the most fundamental concepts in the theory of literary processes are the metaphor property and the biographic property. This book is written for readers who are acquainted with both of these ideas in creative writing, and who now wish to explore literary processes in an extended context. It has been our goal to […]

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Unfortunately, my website is currently unavailable in most European countries. I am engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support my full range of digital offerings to the EU market. I continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with my award-winning writings.

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Feelings about poems

Poems … scare Wehlim. Well, in truth, a whole lot scares him, but in terms of letters, and words, they definitely take the cake. His only experience with them has been a couple of quick, traumatizing readings during the attack on the publisher where he’d been held captive for so many turns that it was […]

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