Army Themes

New Model Army - The Love of Hopeless Causes (1993)  Music

Posted by uff at Jan. 21, 2015
New Model Army - The Love of Hopeless Causes (1993)

New Model Army - The Love of Hopeless Causes (1993)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
EPIC 473562 2 | rel: 1993 | 405Mb

The band's first (and last) album for Epic records, was powered by the familiar New Model Army themes – a world out of control, the hope and despair of inevitable change, and the fury of the dispossessed – all treated with customary vitriol, yet an undercurrent tugs at the listener. Justin Sullivan's lyrics are even more personal and pointed; instead of merely observing and commenting, he seems to be searching on this album. This bundle of songs garnered more attention in the U.S. from the inclusion of instructions (freely available on the Internet) for making a nuclear bomb with the first single, "Here Comes the War." "White Light" is a great example of the tribal beliefs that the band was proud to present, which is in some ways a sister song to "White Coats" and "I Love the World" from the Thunder and Consolation album.

The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, 3 Volume Set (2 vol. only)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at April 25, 2017
The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, 3 Volume Set  (2 vol. only)

Yann Le Bohec, "The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, 3 Volume Set (2 vol. only)"
2015 | ISBN-10: 1405176199 | 1176 pages | PDF | 42 + 35 MB
Tubeway Army - Replicas (1979/2015) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Gary Numan & Tubeway Army - Replicas (1979/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 42:17 minutes | 799 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Replicas is the second and final album by British band Tubeway Army, released in 1979. After this, Tubeway Army frontman Gary Numan would continue to release records under his own name, though the musicians in Tubeway Army would continue to work with him for some time. Replicas was the first album of what Numan later termed the "machine" phase of his career, preceding The Pleasure Principle and Telekon, a collection linked by common themes of a dystopian science fiction future and transmutation of man/machine, coupled with an androgynous image and a synthetic rock sound.

The Red Army Handbook 1939-1945 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Aug. 19, 2015
The Red Army Handbook 1939-1945 (Repost)

Steven J. Zaloga, L.S. Ness - The Red Army Handbook 1939-1945
Sutton Publishing | 1998 | ISBN: 0750917407 | English | 184 pages | PDF | 20.34 MB
The American Military Frontiers: The United States Army in the West, 1783-1900 (Audiobook)

The American Military Frontiers: The United States Army in the West, 1783-1900 By Robert Wooster, read by Jack Chekijian
Unabridged edition 2013 | 11 hours and 16 mins | ISBN: n/a, ASIN: B00DSSFWGI | MP3 90 kbps | 439 MB

VA - 100 Greatest World Cinema Themes (2015)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at May 8, 2015
VA - 100 Greatest World Cinema Themes (2015)

VA - 100 Greatest World Cinema Themes
Soundtrack | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 353:49 min | 970 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Silva Screen Records | Tracks: 100 | Rls.date: 2015

The latest addition to the 100 Greatest series is a journey across 86 years of the very best music from world cinema. Spanning the modern day horror of Let The Right One In to the silent era of terror from the still chilling Nosferatu, this is a compendium of wonderful cinematic music. Features the work of some of the greatest international film composers of the 20th century including Nino Rota, Michel Legrand, Francis Lai, Ennio Morricone and many more. Highlights include music from all three Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone films, a selection of original Godzilla themes and James Bernard new score for the 1922 Nosferatu.

Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Sept. 14, 2014
Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I (Repost)

Herbert A. Johnson, "Wingless Eagle: U.S. Army Aviation through World War I"
English | 2001 | ISBN: 0807826278 | PDF | pages: 317 | 10,2 mb

The March to the Marne: The French Army 1871-1914 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by libr at Sept. 3, 2012
The March to the Marne: The French Army 1871-1914 (repost)

The March to the Marne: The French Army 1871-1914 By Douglas Porch
English | 1981 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 0521238838 , 0521545927 | PDF | 87 MB

The relationship between the French army and the regime provides one of the central themes in the history of the Third Republic. From its foundation in 1870, the republic sought to integrate the army of Louis-Napoleon into a left-leaning, democratic political system. This experiment failed, historians have argued, because the social origins, political attitudes and professional values of the officer corps sabotaged cooperation with the republic. The nation paid a bloody price for this failure on the battlefields of the Great War. Dr Porch's book challenges many standard assumptions about the place of the army in French political life between 1871 and 1914.

The March to the Marne: The French Army 1871-1914 (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at Sept. 26, 2011
The March to the Marne: The French Army 1871-1914 (Repost)

The March to the Marne: The French Army 1871-1914 By Douglas Porch
Publisher: C U P 2003 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 0521238838 , 0521545927 | PDF | 9 MB

Companion to the Red Army 1939-1945  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Oleksandr74 at April 19, 2010
Companion to the Red Army 1939-1945

Steven J. Zaloga, Lelend S. Ness - Companion to the Red Army 1939-1945
The History Press | 2009 | ISBN: 0752454757 | 230 pages | PDF | 54.56 MB

Stalin’s Red Army entered World War II as a relatively untried fighting force. In 1941, with the launch of Operation Barbarossa, it joined battle with Hitler’s army, the most powerful in history. After a desperate war of attrition over four years, the Red Army beat the Nazis into defeat on the Eastern Front and won lasting fame and glory in 1945 by eclipsing the military might of the Third Reich. This book begins with a review of the historical background of the Red Army in the years leading up to the outbreak of war in 1939, and follows with a discussion of the major themes in the development of Soviet forces during the "Great Patriotic War" that ensued in 1941. The Red Army’s organizational structures are examined, from high command down to divisional level and below; Soviet combat arms and weaponry are also described in detail.