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British action drama starring Saoirse Ronan. Understandably cold and aggressive after being shipped off to Britain from America to stay with her distant relatives, Daisy (Ronan) is initially weary of her new home in the English countryside, but as a relationship develops between Daisy and her cousin Edmond (George MacKay), she starts warming to her new surroundings. Left to their own devices while her Aunt Penn (Anna Chancellor) is abroad involved in peace negotiations, the group enjoy their idyllic surroundings and isolation from parental influence. However, when World War Three breaks out over Europe and Britain is taken over by military forces, the group is split up and detained in prisoner-of-war camps. With nothing left to lose, Daisy begins planning her escape in the hope of reuniting with her lover, but with war taking its toll on everyone throughout the country, she grows fearful of what she may find...
Jude Law stars in this underwater thriller directed by Kevin Macdonald. Law stars as Captain Robinson, a seasoned submarine captain who, after losing his crew and his job, learns of an unclaimed bounty of Nazi gold lying in a U-boat at the bottom of the Black Sea. Seeing an opportunity to strike it rich and leave the job behind him once and for all, Robinson acquires the support of a shady businessman and assembles a crew of British and Russian sailors before embarking on the hunt. However, with such a huge pay off on offer, it isn't long before tensions flare on board and some of the crew begin to think about how they can increase their share of the gold...
Oscar-winning drama starring Forest Whitaker. When a naive young Scottish doctor, Nicholas Garrigan (James McAvoy), arrives in 1970s Uganda hoping for fun, sun and to lend a helping hand, he finds himself instead on a shocking ride into the darkest realm on earth. Befriended by the charismatic new leader, Idi Amin (Whitaker), and appointed as his personal physician, Nicholas is originally blinded by his larger-than-life and charming persona. But when the terrible truth of his despotic rule is revealed, he must fight for both his life and soul against one of the cruelest leaders in history.
This book is part of the Images of England series, which uses old photographs and archived images to show the history of various local areas in England, through their streets, shops, pubs, and people.
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.
Proceedings of a workshop on the physics and biophysics of hearing that brought together experimenters and modelers working on all aspects of audition. Topics covered include: cochlear mechanical measurements, cochlear models, mechanicals and biophysics of hair cells, efferent control, and ultrastructure.
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Charles Steel took part in two military disasters - the Fall of France and the Dunkirk evacuation, and the Fall of Singapore. Shortly before the latter, he married Louise. Within days of being captured by the Japanese, he began writing a weekly letter to his new bride as means of keeping in touch with her in his mind, for the Japanese forbade all writing of letters and diaries. By the time he was liberated 3 1/2 years later, he had written and hidden some 180 letters, to which were added a further 20 post-liberation letters. Part love-letter, part diary these unique letters intended for Louise's eyes only describe the horror of working as a slave on the Burma - Siam Railway and, in particular, the construction of the famous Bridge over the River Kwai. It is also an uplifting account of how man can rise above adversity and even secretly get back at his captors by means of 'creative accounting'!. Now, we can share the appalling and inspiring experiences of this remarkable man.
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