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Bondarchuk took nearly five years to make this eight hour epic adaptation of Tolstoy's novel, writing the screenplay as… more info
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War and Peace offers a graphic depiction of events leading up to Napoleon's invasion of Russia and the impact of the… more info
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Often called the greatest novel ever written, War and Peace is at once an epic of the Napoleonic wars, a philosophical… more info
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The first book to show how the antebellum U.S. Army, and especially West Point graduates, affected the course of the… more info
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War And Peace 2007 DVD from DVDLand.In the sweeping tradition of historical drama, Leo Tolstoy's grand masterpiece WAR… more info
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War and Peace is one of the richest novels ever written. Tolstoy's enthralling epic combines history and fiction in his… more info
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How can leaders craft political institutions that will sustain the peace and foster democracy in ethnically divided… more info
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The Kirov Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by Valery Gergiev, perform Prokofiev's opera in thirteen acts. Set… more info
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This book is the product of 23 scholars across various denominations who have collaborated annually for six years to… more info
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In 1862 Sonya Tolstoy married the greatest author the world has ever known. For forty-eight years they shared their… more info
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Published to coincide with the centenary of Tolstoy's death, here is an exciting new edition of one of the great… more info
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"The best translation so far of Tolstoy's masterpiece into English." ?Robert A. Maguire, professor emeritus of Russian… more info
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Considered by many to the greatest novel ever written, Tolstoy's masterpiece is a story of family life set against the… more info
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Baseball has joined America and Japan, even in times of strife, for over 150 years. After the "opening" of Japan by… more info
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Before military action, and even before mobilization, the decision on whether to go to war is debated by politicians,… more info
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The most famous scientist of the twentieth century, Albert Einstein was also one of the century's most outspoken… more info
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Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace" is a sprawling epic covering the impact of Napoleon's disastrous invasion of Russia on… more info
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Colin Gray presents an inventive treatise on the nature of strategy, war, and peace, organized around forty maxims.… more info
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1914 dawned with Britain at peace, albeit troubled by faultlines within and threats without: Ireland trembled on the… more info
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The Making of Peace represents a fascinating contribution to the study of war: namely, the difficulties that statesmen… more info
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Have humans always waged war? Is warring an ancient evolutionary adaptation or a relatively recent behavior—and what… more info
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Often called the greatest novel ever written, WAR AND PEACE is at once an epic of the Napoleonic Wars, a philosophical… more info
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An exciting retelling of one of the moments that shook the world - Waterloo, one of the truly decisive battles of history. In 'Waterloo', Roberts provides not only a fizzing account of one of the most significant forty-eight hour periods of all time, but also a startling interrogation into the methodology of history - is it possible to create an accurate picture from a single standpoint? What we can say for certain about the battle is that it ended forever one of the great personal epics. The career of Napoleon was brought to a shuddering halt on the evening of 18 June 1815. Interwoven in the clear-cut narrative are exciting revelations brought to light by recent research: accident rather than design led to the crucial cavalry debacle that lost the battle. Amongst the all-too-human explanation for the blunder that cost Napoleon his throne, Roberts sets the political, strategic and historical scene, and finally shows why Waterloo was such an important historical punctuation mark.The generation after Waterloo saw the birth of the modern era: ghastly as the carnage here was, henceforth the wars of the future were fought with infinitely more ghastly methods of trenches, machine-guns, directed starvation, concentration camps, and aerial bombardment. By the time of the Great War, chivalry was utterly dead. The honour of bright uniform and tangible spirit of elan met their final dance at Waterloo.
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