Emilio Aguinaldo Under American And Japanese Rule: Submission For Independence

The Tira de Tepechpan: Negotiating Place under Aztec and Spanish Rule by Lori Boornazian Diel

The Tira de Tepechpan: Negotiating Place under Aztec and Spanish Rule by Lori Boornazian Diel
English | Nov 1, 2008 | ISBN: 0292718314 | 186 Pages | PDF | 10,6 MB
The Culture Wars: How American and Japanese Businesses have Outperformed Europe's and why the Future will be Different

John Viney - The Culture Wars: How American and Japanese Businesses have Outperformed Europe's and why the Future will be Different
Published: 2001-03-20 | ISBN: 1900961253 | PDF | 252 pages | 1 MB

The Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945 (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Veslefrikk at Sept. 29, 2014
The Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945 (repost)

The Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945 By Joshua D. Zimmerman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2005 | 396 Pages | ISBN: 0521841011 | PDF | 13 MB

The Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at April 21, 2010
The Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945

The Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi Rule, 1922-1945 By Joshua D. Zimmerman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2005 | 396 Pages | ISBN: 0521841011 | PDF | 13 MB
Writing and Literacy in Chinese, Korean and Japanese (Studies in Written Language and Literacy)

Writing and Literacy in Chinese, Korean and Japanese (Studies in Written Language and Literacy) by M. Martin Taylor
English | Dec. 7, 1995 | ISBN: 9027217947 | 427 Pages | PDF | 51.1 MB

Chinese, Japanese, South (and North) Koreans in East Asia have a long, intertwined and distinguished cultural history and have achieved, or are in the process of achieving, spectacular economic success.
Different Games, Different Rules: Why Americans and Japanese Misunderstand Each Other

Haru Yamada, Deborah Tannen, "Different Games, Different Rules: Why Americans and Japanese Misunderstand Each Other"
Oxford University Press | 1997 | ISBN: 0195094883 | 192 pages | PDF | 8,8 MB

Culture Shock and Japanese-american Relations: Historical Essays  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tika12 at May 21, 2009
Culture Shock and Japanese-american Relations: Historical Essays

Sadao Asada, "Culture Shock and Japanese-american Relations: Historical Essays"
University of Missouri Press 2007 | ISBN: 0826217451 | 304 pages | PDF | 1,27 MB
Black Patriots and Loyalists: Fighting for Emancipation in the War for Independence

Black Patriots and Loyalists: Fighting for Emancipation in the War for Independence by Alan Gilbert
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0226293076, 022610155X | 392 pages | EPUB | 1 MB

United States and the Middle East: 1914 to 9/11 [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at April 6, 2015
United States and the Middle East: 1914 to 9/11 [repost]

United States and the Middle East: 1914 to 9/11
24xDVDRip | AVI/XviD, ~698 kb/s | 640x480 | Duration: 12:22:59 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | + PDF Guides | 4.47 GB
Genre: History

At the dawn of World War I, the United States was only a rising power. Our reputation was relatively benign among Middle Easterners, who saw no "imperial ambitions" in our presence and were grateful for the educational and philanthropic services Americans provided. Yet by September 11, 2001, everything had changed. The U.S. had now become a "world colossus so prominent in the political, economic, and cultural life of the Middle East that it was the unquestioned target of those bent on attacking the West for its perceived offenses against Islam."
"Confronting the American Dream: Nicaragua Under U.S. Imperial Rule" by Michel Gobat

"Confronting the American Dream: Nicaragua Under U.S. Imperial Rule" by Michel Gobat
Duke University Press | 2005 | ISBN: 0822336472 0822336340 9780822336471 9780822387183 9780822336341 | 391 pages | PDF | 7 MB

This volume is one of the most important and revealing case studies in U.S.–Latin American relations. Drawing on extensive research in Nicaraguan and U.S. archives, Gobat accounts for two seeming paradoxes that have long eluded historians of Latin America: that Nicaraguans so strongly embraced U.S. political, economic, and cultural forms to defend their own nationality against U.S. imposition and that the country’s wealthiest and most Americanized elites were transformed from leading supporters of U.S. imperial rule into some of its greatest opponents.