A History Of The Gold Coast Titans

Author: Matthew Geddes
ISBN: 9781642550634
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The Gold Coast has been the home of two separate rugby league teams over the last thirty years. First joining as the Giants in 1988, the struggling club competed as the Seagulls and the Charger, before folding at the end of the 1998 season; a victim of Super League.A new franchise, known as the Titans joined the National Rugby League competition in 2007, and attracted players such as Preston Campbell, Luke Bailey, Scott Prince, and Mat Rogers.Relive each year of the Gold Coast, in all of their incarnations in a round by round account of the premier rugby league competition. Including statistical information, this is a must for rugby league fans everywhere.

The Titans

Author: Bernard A. Weisberger
Publisher: New Word City
ISBN: 1612300979
Size: 72.13 MB
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Here, from the eminent historian Bernard A. Weisberger, are the dramatic stories of the giants of the Gilded Age, the men who made America the mightiest nation on Earth - Philip D. Armour, Andrew Carnegie, James B. Duke, Henry Ford, Meyer Guggenheim, James J. Hill, Cyrus H. McCormick, J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and Cornelius Vanderbilt.

Age Of Mythology The Titans Expansion

Author: Doug Radcliffe
Publisher: Sybex
ISBN: 9780782143034
Size: 37.46 MB
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Become Master of the Titans! The eagerly anticipated Titans Expansion adds new strategic possibilities and depth of the Age of Mythology universe with Titan uberunits, the new Atlantean mythology, and a whole new campaign. This comprehensive strategy guide, written with the full support of Ensemble Studios and Microsoft Game Studios, is packed with the strategies, tactics, and analysis you need to master the Titans! Inside you'll find: * Strategies and tips straight from Ensemble Studios' best players * Thorough analysis of the Atlantean mythology, including military units, Major and Lesser Gods, and their powers * Detailed economic and military strategies that show you how to build a thriving economy and prevail in combat * Multiplayer tactics for every game mode, including Lightning tactics from Age of Mythology expert Chris "Swinger" Rupp * In-depth stats for everything in the game * Step-by-step walkthrough of the compelling new campaign

The Gold Crusades

Author: Douglas Fetherling
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802080462
Size: 20.63 MB
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Among the hordes of starry-eyed 'argonauts' who flocked to the California gold rush of 1849 was an Australian named Edward Hargraves. He left America empty-handed, only to find gold in his own backyard. The result was the great Australian rush of the 1850s, which also attracted participants from around the world. A South African named P.J. Marais was one of them. Marais too returned home in defeat - only to set in motion the diamond and gold rushes that transformed southern Africa. And so it went. Most previous historians of the gold rushes have tended to view them as acts of spontaneous nationalism. Each country likes to see its own gold rush as the one that either shaped those that followed or epitomized all the rest. InThe Gold Crusades: A Social History of Gold Rushes, 1849-1929, Douglas Fetherling takes a different approach. Fetherling argues that the gold rushes in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa shared the same causes and results, the same characters and characteristics. He posits that they were in fact a single discontinuous event, an expression of the British imperial experience and nineteenth-century liberalism. He does so with dash and style and with a sharp eye for the telling anecdote, the out-of-the-way document, and the bold connection between seemingly unrelated disciplines. Originally published by Macmillan of Canada, 1988.

Nrlsupercoachtalk Com Pre Season Mega Guide

Author: Nick
Publisher: NRL Supercoach Talk
Size: 54.46 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The must have guide to NRL Supercoach in 2015. Player Profiles on over 580 contracted NRL players, must have rookies, player ratings, depth charts by team, Wacko's Whispers pre-season edition, and much, much more.

America In The Age Of The Titans

Author: Sean Dennis Cashman
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814772064
Size: 21.80 MB
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Detailing the events of the Progressive Era and World War I (1901-20), America in the Age of the Titans is the only interdisciplinary history covering this period currently available. The book contains the results of research into primary sources an drecent scholarship with an emphases on leading personalities and anecdotes about them. Sean Dennis Cashman's sequesl to America in the Gilded Age gives special attention to industry and inventions, and social and cultural history. He covers developments in science, technology, and industry; the Progressive movement and the presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt, immigration, the new woman, and labor, including the Industrial Workers of the World and the Great Red Scare; the transportation and communications revolution in radio and motion pictures; the cultural contribuation of artists, architects, and creatice writers; and America's foreign policies across the world. Written in a lively, accessible style with over sixty illustrations, this book is an excellent introduction to these momentous years. It provides an assessment of the contributions of the titans - political, scientific, and industrial.

Titans And Olympians

Author: Tony Allan
Publisher: Time Life Education
Size: 50.76 MB
Format: PDF
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Text and illustrations provide an introduction to the myths and legends of the Greeks and Romans.


Author: James Hogg
Size: 40.22 MB
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Titans Companion

Author: Glen Cadigan
Publisher: TwoMorrows Publishing
ISBN: 9781893905504
Size: 50.65 MB
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Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the New Teen Titans, The Titans companion is a comprehensive look back at the best-selling DC series!

War And Gold

Author: Kwasi Kwarteng
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408848171
Size: 78.57 MB
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In the sixteenth century, Spanish conquistadors discovered the New World. The vast quantities of gold and silver would make their country rich, yet the new wealth, which was plunged into multiple wars, would eventually lead to the economic ruin of their empire. Here, historian and politician Kwasi Kwarteng shows that this moment in world history has been echoed many times, from the French Revolution to both World Wars, right up to the present day, when our own financial crisis saw many of our great nations slip into financial trouble. Kwarteng reveals a pattern of war-waging, financial debt and fluctuations between paper money and the gold standard, and creates a compelling study of the powerful relationship that has shaped the world as we know it, that between war and gold.