Cold Harbor Laboratories

Cold Harbor - Matthew FitzSimmons  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Maroutan at Feb. 26, 2018
Cold Harbor - Matthew FitzSimmons

Cold Harbor - Matthew FitzSimmons
English | 2017 | 316 Pages | ISBN: 1503943348 | EPUB | 513.27 KB

A Wall Street Journal bestselling series.
After a period of brutal isolation in a CIA black-site prison, former Marine and gifted hacker Gibson Vaughn is free—but with no idea where he was or how much time he’s lost. Struggling to maintain his grip on reality, he races to return to the life he left behind. Angry and disoriented, his thoughts turn to vengeance and the man responsible for his rendition. But Gibson’s drive for retribution and the ghosts of his violent past plunge him back into a world he wants only to escape…

The Killing Ground - Wilderness to Cold Harbor (The Civil War Series)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by bakerman at Jan. 9, 2015
The Killing Ground - Wilderness to Cold Harbor (The Civil War Series)

The Killing Ground - Wilderness to Cold Harbor (The Civil War Series)
Time-Life Books | 1987 | ISBN: 0809447681 | PDF | 184 pages | 30.8 MB

Cold Harbor: Grant and Lee, May 26-June 3, 1864  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lout at Dec. 26, 2011
Cold Harbor: Grant and Lee, May 26-June 3, 1864

Cold Harbor: Grant and Lee, May 26-June 3, 1864 By Gordon C. Rhea
Publisher: Lo..uisia..na St..ate Uni..vers..ity Pre..ss 2008 | 552 Pages | ISBN: 0807128031 | PDF | 21 MB
The American Press and the Cold War: The Rise of Authoritarianism in South Korea, 1945–1954

The American Press and the Cold War: The Rise of Authoritarianism in South Korea, 1945–1954 By Oliver Elliott
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 257 Pages | ISBN : 331976022X | 4 MB

During the Cold War, the United States enabled the rise of President Syngman Rhee’s repressive government in South Korea, and yet neither the American occupation nor Rhee’s growing authoritarianism ever became particularly controversial news stories in the United States. Could the press have done more to scrutinize American actions in Korea? Did journalists fail to act as an adequate check on American power? In the first archive-based account of how American journalism responded to one of the most significant stories in the history of American foreign relations, Oliver Elliott shows how a group of foreign correspondents, battling U.S. military authorities and pro-Rhee lobbyists, brought the issue of South Korean authoritarianism into the American political mainstream on the eve of the Korean War. However, when war came in June 1950, the press rapidly abandoned its scrutiny of South Korean democracy, marking a crucial moment of transition from the era of postwar idealism to the Cold War norm of American support for authoritarian allies.

After Sputnik : America, the World, and Cold War Conflicts  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at April 21, 2018
After Sputnik : America, the World, and Cold War Conflicts

After Sputnik : America, the World, and Cold War Conflicts
by Alan J. Levine
English | 2018 | ISBN: 1412865484 | 222 Pages | PDF | 4.46 MB
Cold Chisel - East (1980) {2011, Collector’s Edition, Remastered}

Cold Chisel - East (1980) {2011, Collector’s Edition, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 311 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 101 Mb
Full Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 85 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Classic Rock | Warner Music #5249871345

Cold Chisel's following had been steadily building for a number of years when their third – and slickest to date – album, East, broke them through to a wider audience in 1980. More commercial without compromising on the rawness of their roots, the band hit pay dirt with a clutch of songs it seemed everybody could get into. The virtuosity of the Chisel's musical abilities still comes through on songs that were, nevertheless, compact enough to be radio-ready. The up-tempo loner anthem "Standing on the Outside," the enchanting ballad and breakthrough single "Choirgirl," and the tongue-in-cheek "Ita" all had the hooks to land a singalong audience. On "Star Hotel," the sonic fury of the chorus captures the essence of the subject matter: a wild street battle between angry pub patrons and police that took place in the city of Newcastle, Australia, in September 1979.

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018)  Video

Posted by Without at April 19, 2018
Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018)

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018)
DVDRip | AVI | 720x400 | XviD@1577 kb/s | English AC3@448 kb/s | 6 channels | 1 h 37 min | 1.39 GB
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi

The sequel finds Burt Gummer and his son Travis at a remote research station, where they must go up against Graboids that have been converted into living weapons.
Grow your business with cold emails: Everything you need to know about cold emails to get an avalanche of responses

Grow your business with cold emails: Everything you need to know about cold emails to get an avalanche of responses by Jeremy Chatelaine
English | 21 Jun. 2015 | ISBN: 1514641593 | 86 Pages | AZW3 | 270.27 KB
Above and Beyond: John F. Kennedy and America's Most Dangerous Cold War Spy Mission

Above and Beyond: John F. Kennedy and America's Most Dangerous Cold War Spy Mission by Casey Sherman,‎ Michael J. Tougias
English | April 17th, 2018 | ASIN: B075D53XQW, ISBN: 1610398041 | 360 Pages | EPUB | 16.84 MB

From the authors of the bestselling The Finest Hours comes the riveting, deeply human story of President John F. Kennedy and two U-2 pilots, Rudy Anderson and Chuck Maultsby, who risked their lives to save America during the Cuban Missile Crisis
Cold Chisel - Breakfast At Sweethearts (1979) {2011, Collector’s Edition, Remastered}

Cold Chisel - Breakfast At Sweethearts (1979) {2011, Collector’s Edition, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 269 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 88 Mb
Full Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 84 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Pub Rock, Classic Rock | Warner Music #5249871325

Look no further than Aussie quintet Cold Chisel's second album, 1979's Breakfast at Sweethearts, along with the band's eponymous debut disc of the previous year, for the material that took them from little-knowns to mighty pub rock monsters and beyond. In fact, the songs on this album may comprise the best set of any of the band's non-compilation studio discs. But alas, it is a masterpiece tainted by a poor recording job. Cuts like the mean-streets stomper "Conversations," the thudding "Shipping Steel," and the drug-paranoia song "The Door" contain little of the venom they spewed forth when played live. Nevertheless, even the lo-fi subjugation of the numbers cannot scuttle the album. Don Walker's songwriting – and his storycrafting around local references – could engage a listener underwater…