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David Jason: My Life

por David Jason

David Jason: My Life, now available as an unabridged audiobook.

National Book Awards Autobiography of the Year 2013.

Born the son of a Billingsgate market porter at the height of the Second World War, David Jason spent his early life dodging bombs and bullies, both with impish good timing. Giving up on an unloved career as an electrician, he turned his attention to acting and soon, through a natural talent for making people laugh, found himself working with the leading lights of British comedy in the 1960s and '70s: Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Bob Monkhouse and Ronnie Barker. Barker would become a mentor to David, leading to hugely successful stints in Porridge and Open All Hours.

It wasn’t until 1981, kitted out with a sheepskin jacket, a flat cap, and a clapped-out Reliant Regal, that David found the part that would capture the nation’s hearts: the beloved Derek ‘Del Boy’ Trotter in Only Fools and Horses. Never a one-trick pony, he had an award-winning spell as TV’s favourite detective Jack Frost, took a country jaunt as Pop Larkin in the Darling Buds of May, and even voiced a crime-fighting cartoon rodent in the much-loved children’s show Danger Mouse.

But life hasn't all been so easy: from missing out on a key role in Dad’s Army to nearly drowning in a freak diving accident, David has had his fair share of ups and downs, and has lost some of his nearest and dearest along the way.

David’s is a touching, funny and warm-hearted story, which charts the course of his incredible five decades at the top of the entertainment business. He's been a shopkeeper and a detective inspector, a crime-fighter and a market trader, and he ain't finished yet. As Del Boy would say, it's all cushty.

The introduction to the David Jason audiobook is narrated by David himself.

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Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War II's Most Audacious General

por Bill O'Reilly

Listeners around the world have been enthralled by Killing Lincoln, Killing Kennedy, and Killing Jesus—riveting works of nonfiction that journey into the heart of the most famous murders in history.

Now from Bill O'Reilly, iconic anchor of The O'Reilly Factor, comes the most epic audiobook of all in this multimillion-selling series: Killing Patton.

General George S. Patton, Jr. died under mysterious circumstances in the months following the end of World War II. For almost seventy years, there has been suspicion that his death was not an accident—and may very well have been an act of assassination. Killing Patton takes readers inside the final year of the war and recounts the events surrounding Patton's tragic demise, naming names of the many powerful individuals who wanted him silenced.

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The Second World War: A Captivating Guide to World War II and D-Day

por Captivating History

Explore how the Second World War began, the aftermath, and the events in between, while also getting an in-depth look into the extraordinary military operation called D-Day.
Two captivating manuscripts in one audiobook:
World War 2: A Captivating Guide from Beginning to EndD-Day: A Captivating Guide to the Battle for NormandyThe Second World War was one of the most traumatic events in human history. Across the world, existing conflicts became connected, entangling nations in a vast web of violence. It was fought on land, sea, and air, touching every inhabited continent. Over 55 million people died, some of them combatants, some civilians caught up in the violence, and some murdered by their own governments.
It was the war that unleashed the Holocaust and the atomic bomb upon the world. But it was also a war that featured acts of courage and self-sacrifice on every side.
D-Day, the Allied invasion of German-held Normandy, was one of the most extraordinary achievements not only of the Second World War but in the whole of military history. Millions of Allied personnel were involved in launching the greatest sea-borne invasion ever undertaken. Incredible acts of cunning and of courage ensured success in an operation that changed the face of the war, opening a vast new front. It led to the liberation of France and the defeat of Nazi Germany.
Why was this extraordinary operation launched? How was it done? And what happened in the aftermath? Listen to this audiobook now to learn more about World War 2 and D-Day!

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101 Amazing Facts about the Second World War

por Jack Goldstein

Do you know the origin of the word 'Nazi'?
Who were the key figures involved in the Second World War, and what terrible weapons did they unleash?
How did the war begin, and when did it actually end?
In this fascinating audio-book, narrator Lawrence Keefe talks us through over 100 amazing facts about the Second World War. With sections including key figures, statistics, weapons and more, this is an excellent addition to anyone's audio-book collection.
©2017 Jack Goldstein Books (P)2017 Jack Goldstein Books

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Second World War Diary: Year 1939: The War Day by Day

por José Delgado

World War II rises in its vastness and complexity over the rest of human history. A number of victims difficult to conceive, never surpassed by any other conflict; the masses of men, women and resources mobilized in a conflict that shook even the most remote ends of the planet; the ideological battle between totalitarianism and democracy, between fascism and communism, the passions and hatred that it aroused; the unimaginable horror and fanaticism of the Holocaust; geopolitical games; the repetition of World War I on an even more dire scale.
The war was a gigantic melting pot of violence, power, and ideology that will leave an indelible scar on human history. In many ways our world is the direct fruit of 1945, and the memory of fascism and the resistance against it, the Shoah and the millions of lives lost, are at the core of political culture and moral and psychological fiber of many modern societies. And if the legacy of war has faded somewhat in recent decades, the turmoil the world is currently experiencing is violently awakening his memory. The waves of refugees fleeing violence and poverty, the destruction of war and genocide in the Middle East, the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, the growing tensions between Russia and the West, the centrifugal tendencies that are Breaking Europe, the turn toward economic protectionism and political isolationism brings with them disturbing reverberations from the world that produced World War II.
This Diary of the Second World War has been able to cover all facets of the conflict and is a fundamentally empirical work, which narrates events as they occurred, rejecting value judgments, and therein lies its value: it is an insurmountable encyclopedia published on visual, textbook and now as an audiobook, the World War II Diary represents a milestone in this field.
This audiobook includes 4 hours, the 4 months, day by day, from September 1939 to December 1939.

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Second World War Diary: Year 1940: The War Day by Day

por José Delgado

World War II rises in its vastness and complexity over the rest of human history. A number of victims difficult to conceive, never surpassed by any other conflict; the masses of men, women and resources mobilized in a conflict that shook even the most remote ends of the planet; the ideological battle between totalitarianism and democracy, between fascism and communism, the passions and hatred that it aroused; the unimaginable horror and fanaticism of the Holocaust; geopolitical games; the repetition of World War I on an even more dire scale.
The war was a gigantic melting pot of violence, power, and ideology that will leave an indelible scar on human history. In many ways our world is the direct fruit of 1945, and the memory of fascism and the resistance against it, the Shoah and the millions of lives lost, are at the core of political culture and moral and psychological fiber of many modern societies. And if the legacy of war has faded somewhat in recent decades, the turmoil the world is currently experiencing is violently awakening his memory. The waves of refugees fleeing violence and poverty, the destruction of war and genocide in the Middle East, the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, the growing tensions between Russia and the West, the centrifugal tendencies that are Breaking Europe, the turn toward economic protectionism and political isolationism brings with them disturbing reverberations from the world that produced World War II.
This Diary of the Second World War has been able to cover all facets of the conflict and is a fundamentally empirical work, which narrates events as they occurred, rejecting value judgments, and therein lies its value: it is an insurmountable encyclopedia published on visual, textbook and now as an audiobook, the World War II Diary represents a milestone in this field.
This audiobook includes 12 hours, the 12 months, day by day, from January 1940 to December 1940.

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Second World War Diary: Year 1944: The War Day by Day

por José Delgado

World War II rises in its vastness and complexity over the rest of human history. A number of victims difficult to conceive, never surpassed by any other conflict; the masses of men, women and resources mobilized in a conflict that shook even the most remote ends of the planet; the ideological battle between totalitarianism and democracy, between fascism and communism, the passions and hatred that it aroused; the unimaginable horror and fanaticism of the Holocaust; geopolitical games; the repetition of World War I on an even more dire scale.
The war was a gigantic melting pot of violence, power, and ideology that will leave an indelible scar on human history. In many ways our world is the direct fruit of 1945, and the memory of fascism and the resistance against it, the Shoah and the millions of lives lost, are at the core of political culture and moral and psychological fiber of many modern societies. And if the legacy of war has faded somewhat in recent decades, the turmoil the world is currently experiencing is violently awakening his memory. The waves of refugees fleeing violence and poverty, the destruction of war and genocide in the Middle East, the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, the growing tensions between Russia and the West, the centrifugal tendencies that are Breaking Europe, the turn toward economic protectionism and political isolationism brings with them disturbing reverberations from the world that produced World War II.
This Diary of the Second World War has been able to cover all facets of the conflict and is a fundamentally empirical work, which narrates events as they occurred, rejecting value judgments, and therein lies its value: it is an insurmountable encyclopedia published on visual, textbook and now as an audiobook, the World War II Diary represents a milestone in this field.
This audiobook includes 12 hours, the 12 months, day by day, from January 1944 to December 1944.

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Second World War Diary: Year 1941: The War Day by Day

por José Delgado

World War II rises in its vastness and complexity over the rest of human history. A number of victims difficult to conceive, never surpassed by any other conflict; the masses of men, women and resources mobilized in a conflict that shook even the most remote ends of the planet; the ideological battle between totalitarianism and democracy, between fascism and communism, the passions and hatred that it aroused; the unimaginable horror and fanaticism of the Holocaust; geopolitical games; the repetition of World War I on an even more dire scale.
The war was a gigantic melting pot of violence, power, and ideology that will leave an indelible scar on human history. In many ways our world is the direct fruit of 1945, and the memory of fascism and the resistance against it, the Shoah and the millions of lives lost, are at the core of political culture and moral and psychological fiber of many modern societies. And if the legacy of war has faded somewhat in recent decades, the turmoil the world is currently experiencing is violently awakening his memory. The waves of refugees fleeing violence and poverty, the destruction of war and genocide in the Middle East, the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, the growing tensions between Russia and the West, the centrifugal tendencies that are Breaking Europe, the turn toward economic protectionism and political isolationism brings with them disturbing reverberations from the world that produced World War II.
This Diary of the Second World War has been able to cover all facets of the conflict and is a fundamentally empirical work, which narrates events as they occurred, rejecting value judgments, and therein lies its value: it is an insurmountable encyclopedia published on visual, textbook and now as an audiobook, the World War II Diary represents a milestone in this field.
This audiobook includes 12 hours, the 12 months, day by day, from January 1941 to December 1941.

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Second World War Diary: 1939-1945: The Complete series day by day

por José Delgado

World War II rises in its vastness and complexity over the rest of human history. A number of victims difficult to conceive, never surpassed by any other conflict; the masses of men, women and resources mobilized in a conflict that shook even the most remote ends of the planet; the ideological battle between totalitarianism and democracy, between fascism and communism, the passions and hatred that it aroused; the unimaginable horror and fanaticism of the Holocaust; geopolitical games; the repetition of World War I on an even more dire scale.
The war was a gigantic melting pot of violence, power, and ideology that will leave an indelible scar on human history. In many ways our world is the direct fruit of 1945, and the memory of fascism and the resistance against it, the Shoah and the millions of lives lost, are at the core of political culture and moral and psychological fiber of many modern societies. And if the legacy of war has faded somewhat in recent decades, the turmoil the world is currently experiencing is violently awakening his memory. The waves of refugees fleeing violence and poverty, the destruction of war and genocide in the Middle East, the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, the growing tensions between Russia and the West, the centrifugal tendencies that are Breaking Europe, the turn toward economic protectionism and political isolationism brings with them disturbing reverberations from the world that produced World War II.
This Diary of the Second World War has been able to cover all facets of the conflict and is a fundamentally empirical work, which narrates events as they occurred, rejecting value judgments, and therein lies its value: it is an insurmountable encyclopedia published on visual, textbook and now as an audiobook, the World War II Diary represents a milestone in this field.
This audiobook includes the complete series, 2194 days, 73 months, 6 years, from September 1939 to September 1945.

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Second World War Diary: Year 1942: The War Day by Day

por José Delgado

World War II rises in its vastness and complexity over the rest of human history. A number of victims difficult to conceive, never surpassed by any other conflict; the masses of men, women and resources mobilized in a conflict that shook even the most remote ends of the planet; the ideological battle between totalitarianism and democracy, between fascism and communism, the passions and hatred that it aroused; the unimaginable horror and fanaticism of the Holocaust; geopolitical games; the repetition of World War I on an even more dire scale.
The war was a gigantic melting pot of violence, power, and ideology that will leave an indelible scar on human history. In many ways our world is the direct fruit of 1945, and the memory of fascism and the resistance against it, the Shoah and the millions of lives lost, are at the core of political culture and moral and psychological fiber of many modern societies. And if the legacy of war has faded somewhat in recent decades, the turmoil the world is currently experiencing is violently awakening his memory. The waves of refugees fleeing violence and poverty, the destruction of war and genocide in the Middle East, the rise of populist movements in Europe and North America, the growing tensions between Russia and the West, the centrifugal tendencies that are Breaking Europe, the turn toward economic protectionism and political isolationism brings with them disturbing reverberations from the world that produced World War II.
This Diary of the Second World War has been able to cover all facets of the conflict and is a fundamentally empirical work, which narrates events as they occurred, rejecting value judgments, and therein lies its value: it is an insurmountable encyclopedia published on visual, textbook and now as an audiobook, the World War II Diary represents a milestone in this field.
This audiobook includes 12 hours, the 12 months, day by day, from January 1942 to December 1942.

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