World History

Chapter 40 THE UNITED NATIONS : MANKIND'S LAST HOPE FOR WORLD PEACE Origin of Name " United Nations . " sovereign equality of all peace - loving The name “ United Nations " was given by states , and open to membership of all President ...

World History


The Last Hope

your destiny and the evil mind of the two brothers but along with that I appeal you to keep Rahim in your mind also who was the main character behind your freedom .so this court will hope that you bring the message of peace and hormony ...

The Last Hope

I have a very high spirit of respect for the army. The discipline of our soldiers. Through this book I am giving huge respect to all martyrs and their families and I pray for the peace on borders

The Last Hope

could have kicked that leukemia in the balls, but I can't change the past. I respect your decision. ... I hope you're happy, free of pain, and at peace with the world now.” Kate forced a smile on her teary face.

The Last Hope

To prove his innocence, she'll have to believe the impossible. Officer Kate Murphy's uncle is like a father to her. When he's arrested for murder, she's his only hope. After a few off-the-record conversations with Luke, an awkwardly attractive forensic technician, Kate knows something doesn't add up. And when a host of politicians and homeless people begin to die all over the Northeast, Kate suspects they're somehow connected to her uncle's case. To prove the innocence of the man who took her in after her parents were murdered, Kate must make an incredible leap of faith. But she's not prepared for the stunning discovery that calls everything into question. The Last Hope is a gripping mystery with some sci-fi elements and a dash of romance. If you like mind-bending whodunits, sizzling sex scenes, and tenacious heroines, then you'll love this thrilling police procedural. Buy your copy today!

The Economist

Powers , instead of preparing to give a decided reply to it The Last Hope of Peace 109 CORRESPONDENCE : when it was presented , Count Orloff was despatched to Vienna . Opening of Parliament ob # ... 110 Customs Reform .

The Economist


Desert Storm

The last, faint hope for peace arrived in Baghdad on January 12 in the person of UN secretary general Javier Pérez de Cuellar.38 That same day, the few remaining diplomats in the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad left Iraq for Germany on a ...

Desert Storm

From Saddam Hussein's first bold threats in 1990 to the stunning ground phase of Desert Storm in early 1991, the crisis in the Gulf captured the world's attention. This high-tech, low-cost war was televised nightly from beginning to end, accompanied by on-the-spot interpretations of strategy and its implications. But what did we learn from this crisis? Did the United States bungle its attempts at discouraging Saddam's aggressive actions, or is deterrence simply not a reliable foreign policy tool? Are chemical weapons truly the "poor man's atom bomb"? Does the war represent a good model for future crises, or did circumstances make this war more of an anomaly than a precedent? How did the ail-volunteer U.S. force perform? By combining exciting, detailed vignettes of the crisis with insightful discussions of its consequences, this book opens up an informed debate concerning the true military and geopolitical lessons of the conflict. Representing a distillation of the best thinking on defense and foreign policy in Washington, Desert Storm also incorporates the testimony of the inside players during the crisis—the people who actually planned and fought the war. Combining academic rigor and in-depth military expertise, the authors challenge the complacency of the emerging conventional wisdom regarding the conflict, taking us beyond mere chronicling and instant analysis to a riveting reenactment of the war and the serious consideration of its long-term implications.

Reports of the Subversive Activities Control Board

Mr. Byrnes , whose professed interest is only in democracy and peace , trains and supplies , aids and abets the fascist ... hope of peace in the Far East * * * [ 190 ] * * ** * The Soviet Union does not threaten the peace of the world .

Reports of the Subversive Activities Control Board


Reports

Mr. Byrnes , whose professed interest is only in democracy and peace , trains and supplies , aids and abets the fascist ... hope of peace in the Far East [ 190 ] * * * * * * * The Soviet Union does not threaten the peace of the world .

Reports


The Last Hope for Peace

Jessie Landon was an ordinary high school student.

The Last Hope for Peace

Jessie Landon was an ordinary high school student. He loved playing baseball. He had a group of very close friends. Although he frequently got into trouble, he had a very loving family at the orphanage in which he resided. One day, all that changed, and Jessie was thrown into a life that had been hidden from him since he was a baby. As heir to the throne of Peace, Jessie was being hunted down by his very own brother, Francis. Armed with a ragtag group of rebels, and a newfound power that he still doesn't fully understand, Jessie must do what no one else has even a hope of achieving. He must retake the planet, and save everyone from Francis and his ruthless army.

Documents on the Events Preceding the Outbreak of the War

This generous offer , representing a last minute effort to maintain peace in the face of Polish ... In vain England endeavors to explain away Poland's refusal and her own failure to clutch at what seemed the last hope for peace .

Documents on the Events Preceding the Outbreak of the War

Imprint on cover: New York, German library of information, 1940."Published by the German foreign office and by the German library of information."--Verso of 2d prelim. leaf. Errata slip mounted on p. [3] of cover."The American edition of Documents on the events preceding the outbreak of the war is a faithful rendition of the German original with minor additions. These additions to the present volume are summaries of official German replies to the British war blue book, the French yellow book and so forth. These will be found in the Supplement."--Page li. Includes "Pictorial supplement" which is not found in the original.

World War II

Last. Hope. for. Peace. United. States president Franklin Delano Roosevelt came into office in 1933, just as Hitler took power in Germany. At first, Roosevelt concentrated on trying to bring the nation out of a deep economic depression, ...

World War II

The Fact Atlas series offers an age-appropriate overview of the historic and world-changing events of World War II, covering everything from the rise of Hitler and Nazism to the tragedy of the Holocaust and its long-lasting effects. Readers will be introduced to key players—political and military leaders like Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt as well as Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and many more. Explore the ideas of democracy versus totalitarianism and international relations as a whole during the 1930s. Learn more about the different countries that became involved in the Second World War, with a focus on most of Europe, the United States, and Japan. Lesser-known facts about the involvement of countries such as China, Libya, Ethiopia, and New Zealand make it very clear that the war touched all corners of our world. Accompanied by photos and maps to outline specific events, this book offers a careful breakdown of how the war played out globally. Battles and campaigns are explained and examined, and young readers will be able to follow the war from beginning to end, analyzing causes and effects of each important event. World War II gives young readers the opportunity to grasp the weight and magnitude of one of the very worst wars the world has seen.

Japan Aspects Destinies

We say, scarcely knowing it perhaps: 'There is no such continent as Asia; there is only civilisation and the honest endeavour of ... Japan, so to speak, is the forlorn hope of a lasting truce and final peace between Asia and Europe, ...

Japan Aspects   Destinies

First published in 2007. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Eleventh Age

It was her destiny that when she was grown, she would search out the lost stones of the Ring of Peace, reuniting them and bringing hope to all the world. The people would call her Hope, for she would be the last hope of her people, ...

The Eleventh Age

This was not the truth Elli Foote was looking for. Elves and wizards and fairies? The stench of a battle, barely escaped, still lingering like death in her nostrils sixteen years later? It was impossible, yet here she was, her life of lies unraveling in front of her, the spells that bound her under her father's protection, swiftly undone. He had spent her whole life making certain she knew nothing but happiness in a world that had fought, bled, wept, and died for her. Now she had no choice but to run. Roviello Tofal would kill her for... what she is... what was born into this world with her. Ten ages past the Fall of Humankind, the prophecy is complete. In this Eleventh Age, everything must change, for Hope Lives.

Our Mothers Our Powers Our Texts

Peace's final home in the well represents reimmersion in the womb. ... her “poor black hands,” peace is the only thing Sapphira could not conjure. So when Peace is born ... Abigail gives birth to three daughters, Grace, Hope, and Peace.

Our Mothers  Our Powers  Our Texts

“Blazes a new trail in Africana literary criticism by providing an insight into the soul and spirit of Africana womanhood.” --Anthonia Kalu, The Ohio State University, author of Women, Literature, and Development in Africa This is the revised and expanded edition of Teresa N. Washington's groundbreaking book Our Mothers, Our Powers, Our Texts: Manifestations of Aje in Africana Literature. In Yoruba language and culture, Aje signifies both a phenomenal spiritual power and the human beings who exercise that power. Aje is the birthright of Africana women who are revered as the Gods of Society. While Africana men can have Aje, its owners and controllers are Africana women. Because it is an African female power, and due to its invisibility, ubiquity, and profundity, Aje is often maligned as witchcraft. However, as Teresa N. Washington reveals in Our Mothers, Our Powers, Our Texts, Aje is central to the Yoruba ethos, worldview, and cosmology. Not only is it essential to human creation and artistic creativity, but as a force of justice and retribution, Aje is vital to social harmony and balance. Washington analyzes forms, figures, and forces of Aje in the Yoruba world, in the Caribbean Islands, in Latin America, and in African America. Washington's research reveals that with the exile and enslavement of millions of Africans, Aje became a global force and an essential ally in organizing insurrections, soothing shattered souls, and reminding the dispossessed of their inherent divinity. From her in-depth exploration of Aje in Pan-African history and orature, Washington guides readers through rich analyses of the symbolic, methodological, and spiritual manifestations of Aje that are central to important works by Africana writers but are rarely elucidated by Western criticism. Our Mothers, Our Powers, Our Texts includes innovative readings of works by many Africana writers, including Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Ben Okri, Wole Soyinka, Jamaica Kincaid, and Ntozake Shange. This revised and expanded edition of Our Mothers, Our Powers, Our Texts will appeal to scholars of Africana literature, African religion and philosophy, gender studies, and comparative literature. Devotees of Africana spiritual systems will find this book to be indispensable.

In Battle for Peace The Oxford W E B Du Bois

This was the reason why only last October I was forced to beg and spend $35,000 in United States courts to secure acquittal from false charges arising from my advocacy of Peace. Our great and only hope lies in conferences like this to ...

In Battle for Peace  The Oxford W  E  B  Du Bois

W. E. B. Du Bois was a public intellectual, sociologist, and activist on behalf of the African American community. He profoundly shaped black political culture in the United States through his founding role in the NAACP, as well as internationally through the Pan-African movement. Du Bois's sociological and historical research on African-American communities and culture broke ground in many areas, including the history of the post-Civil War Reconstruction period. Du Bois was also a prolific author of novels, autobiographical accounts, innumerable editorials and journalistic pieces, and several works of history. One of the most neglected and obscure books by W. E. B. Du Bois, In Battle for Peace frankly documents Du Bois's experiences following his attempts to mobilize Americans against the emerging conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union. A victim of McCarthyism, Du Bois endured a humiliating trial-he was later acquitted-and faced political persecution for over a decade. Part autobiography and part political statement, In Battle for Peace remains today a powerful analysis of race in America. With a series introduction by editor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and an introduction by Manning Marable, this edition is essential for anyone interested in African American history.

Hearings Before and Special Reports Made by Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on Subjects Affecting the Naval and Military Establishments

Of course , none of us here in America are ready to admit that we favor war instead of peace ; yet as a Nation we ... I am not convinced that the United Nations is the last hope of the world , but I am convinced that if it is ...

Hearings Before and Special Reports Made by Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on Subjects Affecting the Naval and Military Establishments


Hearings Before Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval and Military Establishment 1947 1948 Eightieth Congress First second Session

This daily expenditure for war is almost four times the amount we are spending in an entire year for the support of the United Nations , which our late President , Franklin Delano Roosevelt , once termed the last hope for world peace .

Hearings Before Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval and Military Establishment  1947  1948  Eightieth Congress  First   second  Session


Hearings Before Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval and Military Establishments 1948

This daily expenditure for war is almost four times the amount we are spending in an entire year_for the support of the United Nations , which our late President , Franklin Delano Roosevelt , once termed the last hope for world peace .

Hearings Before Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives on Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval and Military Establishments  1948


Sun s Last Hope

Live your destiny and go in peace” I scoffed, “Peace, yep my father's been inhabited! How can I go in peace?” she nodded. “I know little one. Go I will take care of your father.” She promised. I ran on, my boots digging into the gravel ...

Sun   s Last Hope

In a dark period in humanity’s past, when the sun has burnt itself out, seven children are tasked with saving the future of humanity. Because of advancements made by the Sun’s Last Hope organization, humanity has found refuge on eight new worlds. Life is hard on these new human colonies because the Men in Black Organization (MIBO) keeps the sun down. To survive, people must now make their own light and heat. Archer, Aquill, Elmira, Zandra, Jacy, Destin, Cara, Willow, and Nikko—Willow’s younger brother—represent humanity’s last hope. They must find a way to destroy MIBO before it destroys them. Too soon, the children are off on an impossible mission to stop MIBO’s plans to unleash the sun plague on humanity’s struggling new home worlds. Each of the children must overcome challenges, fears, and insecurities before their enemies exploit these weaknesses. And each must find the courage to face the unknown things that lurk in the dark, in the shadows on an abandoned planet known as Earth. Can humanity pin its last hope for survival on the brave, young adventurers?

The Redeemers Return

the only hope for America as well as Europe is that our Lord shall come back again and take the government upon His ... war was to be abolished, and all mankind welded into one great Brotherhood living together in peace and good will.

The Redeemers Return

This book is designed mainly for those who are beginners in the study of prophetic and dispensational truth, though should it fall into the hands of those who are "looking for that blessed hope and the glorious appearing of our great God and Saviour Jesus Christ" and who have, perhaps for years, been giving earnest heed to the "more sure Word of prophecy," we trust that it will afford meat in due season and stimulate praise to God for the marvelous and blessed prospect which His Word sets before us. Many books have already appeared before the public presenting in clear and Scriptural language the various aspects of the subject of our Lord's Return, and we hesitated long before we decided to add one more to the number. The different chapters in this volume have been given by the writer in sermon and lecture form to numerous audiences both in this country and in England, and it is only the repeated requests of many of those who have heard these addresses which has caused us to now set them down in writing.