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  • Stacey International Publishers
    in the Middle East is deceptively promising for gardeners Horticulturalist Eric Moore tackles each problem step by step Comprehensive plant listings stand side by side with advice on everything from watering to pest control making it easy to select the right plant for even the most difficult spot An alphabetical encyclopaedia contains entries on nearly 350 plants together with colour photographs and clear diagrams This is a practical and thorough

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    accessible introduction to Islam Gardens of Delight engagingly explores the core tenets of this much misunderstood religion and draws on recent events in Europe to examine the wider role of religion in an increasingly secular corner of the world From Ridley Scott s film Kingdom of Heaven to the extraordinary public mourning for Diana Princess of Wales in 1997 Tawfiq illustrates the various and unexpected prisms through which Islam can

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    A seasonâ s digging established the existence of a major civilisation dating from around 2300 BC First published in 1969 this fascinating book of discovery tells the story of archaeological detective work with style and humour It is re issued here for a new generation of readers and introduced by Carl Phillips one of the leading archaeologists of the region Geoffrey Bibby Author of Looking for Dilmun Born in Westmorland

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    The First World War The most comprehensive account of the region 90 years ago its significance today is enhanced as a source on Lawrence and the run up to the Great War This edition also includes previously unpublished material and essays all of which provide a fuller picture of this remarkable episode T E Lawrence Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence CB DSO 16 August 1888 19 May 1935 gained a

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    Mears Cookery Fiction and Poetry History Independent Minds Language Natural History Photography Proverbs Series Reference Travel Biography A collection of biographies and memoirs from around the world Showing page 2 of 2 Go to page Go Yohie Sasakawa David Tharp

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    1945 and the author Mukhamet still recuperating from serious war injuries has travelled thousands of kilometres back to his home village in the eastern Kazakhstan steppe As he encounters scenes of desperate poverty he quickly realises the immense sacrifices made by local people and particularly women while the able bodied men were away fighting Mukhamet endeavours to pick up the pieces of his pre war life working hard to support his extended family marrying continuing his education and eventually embarking on a life in teaching dedicated to giving young people the best education possible Through his insightful portraits of local party bosses district officials and bureaucrats and tales of the vicissitudes of daily life a broader more personal picture emerges of life under Stalin and of his pervading shadow decades on The author s moral integrity stoicism and profound respect for the struggles of the common people stand out in this memoir of a life of self effacing dedication Mukhamet Shayakhmetov Mukhamet Shayakhmetov was seven years old when the Soviet government s drive to collectivise farming and herding in all forms including nomadic reached the vast steppes of Russia s central Asian empire and specifically east Kazakhstan By forcing individual

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    13 9781905299126 The Silent Steppe The Story of a Kazakh Nomad Under Stalin Mukhamet Shayakhmetov The Silent Steppe is an enthralling story of a family living through one of the most traumatic periods of Soviet history as seen through the eyes of a young boy growing up in a family of Kazakh nomads It encompasses the horrors of political persecution and famine in the 1930s and culminates in the author s first hand account of the Battle of Stalingrad and his long trek home through freezing winter conditions after being wounded and discharged from the Red Army This is an unusual and special book the fascinating tragic forgotten story of the Kazakh nomads of Central Asia under Stalin s brutal rule Simon Sebag Montefiore author of Stalin The Court of the Red Tsar and recipient of the English PEN Writers in Translation Award Mukhamet Shayakhmetov Mukhamet Shayakhmetov was seven years old when the Soviet government s drive to collectivise farming and herding in all forms including nomadic reached the vast steppes of Russia s central Asian empire and specifically east Kazakhstan By forcing individual farmers to give up their sheep and cattle and join agricultural brigades collectivisation brought to an

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    tender evocation of a past age An autobiographical account of life in Persia during the 1920s and 1930s as seen through a child s eyes One early spring day the author suddenly realized that she was alive and began discussing the loneliness of God with Azra who was not a slave but was not quite free either Stranger things were to happen later Persia was then a remote and archaic country its inhabitants simple deeply devout and extremely colourful The author s father was a Cossack officer and became Governor of Isfahan and later Military Governor of Tehran He was closely associated with Reza Shah founder of the Pahlavi dynasty and the army and witnessed with his family unique and historic events Pari Courtauld was educated at the Zoroastrian School in Tehran and came to England in 1946 Pari Courtauld Pari Courtauld was born in Persia into a military family and was educated at the Zoroastrian School in Tehran As a young girl she worked in the library of the Anglo Persian Institute a branch of the British Council where she discovered the charm of English life and literature and formed a desire to visit this country This had to

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