A Journey Through History

A Journey Through History

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Accessible World presents "A Journey Through History" "Rise to Greatness: Abraham Lincoln and America's most Perilous Year." Hosted on Tuesday, October 01, 2013

The group will be reviewing "Rise to Greatness: Abraham Lincoln and America's most Perilous Year." This month by month political and military history begins on January 1, 1862 just nine months after Lincoln's election with a 37% popular vote (the lowest ever) to face a banking crisis, an army of inexperienced officers and raw volunteers which has grown from seventeen-thousand to a half-million led by a popular Napoleon-like General McClelland who refuses to fight and who is surrounded by rumors of a military coup.

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A JOURNEY THROUGH HISTORY DISCUSSES THE BOOK: DOUBLE CROSS, DB 75277 Hosted on Tuesday, September 03, 2013

We urge you to read this fine book which thanks to NLS we discuss below:
Double cross: the true story of the D-day spies DB 75277
Macintyre, Ben. Reading time: 12 hours, 24 minutes.
Read by Gregory Maupin.

War and the Military
Bestsellers

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Journey Through History ARGO interview for Hosted on Tuesday, June 04, 2013

On June 4, 2013 we will be reviewing "Argo: how the CIA and Hollywood pulled off the most audacious rescue in history" This eight-hour book is more than a gripping true-adventure story, it is an important element in the history of United States Foreign Affairs in the Near East.
It also provides us with what we hope is a realistic picture of the legendary undercover CIA agent.

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A Journey Through History, The Lyndon Johnson Years Hosted on Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Download journey-through-history-05-07-13-lyndon-johnson-years.mp3 30.94 MB Hosted on Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Accessible World presents A Journey through History reviewing Batavia's Graveyard by Mike Dash Hosted on Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Our book for April is Batavia's Graveyard by Mike Dash. NLS lists it as an "Adventure rather than "History" and the plot reads like a suspense novel. For example, in Hollywood style, the rescue ship arrives literally just in time to save the shipwreck survivors from an attack by the mutineers. However, "Absolutely nothing in this book is invented. It is closely based on contemporary sources …" according to Mike Dash in the Preface.

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Accessible World presents A Journey through History February 5, 2013 to review Manhunt: The Ten- Year Search forr ben Laden From 9/11 to Abbottabad Hosted on Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Our February’s Book promises to be an exciting read. Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst, and Author of four books on al-Qaeda and Terrorism says Bin Laden,” was “the world’s most wanted man” and “no American “, “no American satellite” had eververified his presencein Abbottabad Pakistan.

Download journey-through-history-02-05-13-manhunt.mp3 26.34 MB Hosted on Tuesday, February 05, 2013

A JOURNEY THROUGH HISTORY Catherine the Great Hosted on Tuesday, January 08, 2013

In January we will jump back into the milieu of the 18th century to read about Catherine the Great, Serf’s, Cossacks Court favorites, French philosophers of the Enlightenment and even John Paul Jones. The author provides a fascinating biography of how a third string princess from a small principality became Empress of what became the Worlds largest and longest-lasting empire and her influential role in creating it.

Download journey-through-history-01-08-13-catherine-great.mp3 29.66 MB Hosted on Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Accessible World presents A Journey through History THE FIERY TRIAL by Eric Froner Hosted on Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Our book for November focuses on how Abraham Lincoln a Frontier lawyer and politician who had little or no early contacts with Afro-Americans and was indifferent to slavery came to issue one of the Nations most important edicts to free millions of slaves. The Author deals with Lincolns attitude about race with mixed results finally criticizing historians for their preoccupation with Lincoln’s attitude towards race saying “race is our obsession, not Lincoln’s.”

Download journey-through-history-11-20-12-lincoln-and-slavery.mp3 29.35 MB Hosted on Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Accessible World presents A Journey through History discussing THE LAST VOYAGE OF COLUMBUS Hosted on Tuesday, October 02, 2012

This October we continue our reading in the Age of Exploration with the saga of Christopher Columbus’s fourth and last voyage which while largelly forgotten by history, was one of his most eventful and greatest.

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Accessible World presents A Journey through History to discuss the biography of Alexander Hosted on Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Alexander Hamilton: A splendid life of an enlightened reactionary and forgotten Founding Father” (a great quote from Kirkus Review of Jan. 15, 2004). The author, Ron Chernow, is a prize-winning financial historian and biographer, winner of national book awards for “the House of Morgan “and “Washington, feels Alexander Hamilton is the foremost political figure in American history who never attained the presidency, yet he probably had a much deeper and lasting impact than many who did.” The author states that we now live in a Hamiltonian republic not a Jeffersonian Democracy.

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