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Halleck, H. W. (Henry Wager): Elements of Inter...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.08.2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Elements of International Law and Laws of War, Autor: Halleck, H. W. (Henry Wager), Verlag: HardPress Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // General, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 406, Informationen: 423:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam, Gewicht: 543 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Halleck, H. W. (Henry Wager): Elements of Inter...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.08.2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Elements of International Law and Laws of War, Autor: Halleck, H. W. (Henry Wager), Verlag: HardPress Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // General, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 406, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 586 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Elements of International Law and Laws of War
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Elements of International Law and Laws of War ab 19.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Elements of International Law and Laws of War
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Elements of International Law and Laws of War ab 22.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Geist & Wissen,

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Imperator: Rome Steam Key GLOBAL
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Imperator: Rome is a grand strategy wargame developed by Paradox Development Studio and published by Paradox Interactive. The PC game is a sequel to Europa Universalis: Rome, another strategy game by Paradox, released in 2008. In Imperator: Rome players take charge in leading the titular Roman Empire from its inception to full prime.The game emphasizes strategic gameplay using various types of units. Player will also have to maintain relationships with neighboring nations, forming alliances with friends and declaring wars on enemies, as well as keep citizens of the empire in check by quenching rebellions.Forge The Greatest Empire The World Has Ever Known!As the old saying goes: “Rome was not built in a day”. The player will have to employ various tactics to create a thriving empire. Some will include signing treaties, others will have layer waging wars with neighboring lands. The map of Imperator: Rome includes a solid portion of the historical Empire, spanning from the Mediterranean Sea to southern parts of Scandinavia. The game’s map also includes parts of African and Asian continent, such as Ethiopia and India.The battle mechanics of Imperator Rome is based on using different types of units. These include different types of infantry and cavalry, as well as war elephants and chariots. Aside from war, the player will also engage in diplomacy, making allies, accessing foreign trade markets, or supporting rebellions to disestablish governments.In Imperator: Rome, the player will have to manage their Empire. This can be done by developing four powers – military, civic, oratory and religious. Each of these can be used to perform certain actions, like declaring wars, enacting laws, etc. The Senate plays an important role in managing the country, with the approval of certain actions depending on its composition – military factions will support wars, while others might be against them. Forcing the player’s way against the will of the Senate will increase the tyranny level.Story - Change the History of Ancient Rome!You are the Imperator of Rome. On Your shoulders rests the fate of the budding nation. Lead the country from the earliest settlements to full flourish and decide the fate of the ancient world. Rule with benevolence, gaining citizen’s approval, or crush them under your feet as a tyrannical dictator. Ally yourself with neighboring nations or burn them to the ground spreading the might of Rome across the continent and beyond. The choice is Yours…You are the Imperator!ReceptionImperator: Rome was announced during the PDXCON 2018. The first opinions of the game were very positive. Critics praised the game for including many of the elements that put previous Paradox’s other games – Europa Universalis series among others – on the map of best strategy games. Innovations introduced in Imperator: Rome were also met with a favorable reception, as well as the scale of the continents spanning game map.It should go without saying that Imperator: Rome is THE grand strategy game. Paradox Interactive’s touch with this type of games is apparent in this one as well. Age spanning story on a map stretching across entire Europe and beyond is something no gamer should miss.

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Imperator: Rome Deluxe Edition Steam Key GLOBAL
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Imperator: Rome is a grand strategy wargame developed by Paradox Development Studio and published by Paradox Interactive. The game is a sequel to Europa Universalis: Rome, another strategy game by Paradox, released in 2008. In Imperator: Rome players take charge in leading the titular Roman Empire from its inception to full prime.The game emphasizes strategic gameplay using various types of units. Player will also have to maintain relationships with neighboring nations, forming alliances with friends and declaring wars on enemies, as well as keep citizens of the empire in check by quenching rebellions. The Deluxe Edition of Imperator: Rome gives player more units to use in battle, new scenario events, and in-game art book and music.Forge The Greatest Empire The World Has Ever Known!As the old saying goes: “Rome was not built in a day”. The player will have to employ various tactics to create a thriving empire. Some will include signing treaties, others will have layer waging wars with neighboring lands. The map of Imperator: Rome includes a solid portion of the historical Empire, spanning from the Mediterranean Sea to southern parts of Scandinavia. The game’s map also includes parts of African and Asian continent, such as Ethiopia and India.The battle mechanics of Imperator: Rome is based on using different types of units. These include different types of infantry and cavalry, as well as war elephants and chariots. Aside from war, the player will also engage in diplomacy, making allies, accessing foreign trade markets, or supporting rebellions to disestablish governments.In Imperator: Rome, the player will have to manage their Empire. This can be done by developing four powers – military, civic, oratory and religious. Each of these can be used to perform certain actions, like declaring wars, enacting laws, etc. The Senate plays an important role in managing the country, with the approval of certain actions depending on its composition – military factions will support wars, while others might be against them. Forcing the player’s way against the will of the Senate will increase the tyranny level.Story (Change the History of Ancient Rome!)You are the Imperator of Rome. On Your shoulders rests the fate of the budding nation. Lead the country from the earliest settlements to full flourish and decide the fate of the ancient world. Rule with benevolence, gaining citizen’s approval, or crush them under your feet as a tyrannical dictator. Ally yourself with neighboring nations or burn them to the ground spreading the might of Rome across the continent and beyond. The choice is Yours…You are the Imperator!ReceptionImperator: Rome was announced during the PDXCON 2018. The first opinions of the game were very positive. Critics praised the game for including many of the elements that put previous Paradox’s other games – Europa Universalis series among others – on the map of best strategy games. Innovations introduced in Imperator: Rome were also met with a favorable reception, as well as the scale of the continents spanning game map.Prices at G2A.COMIt should go without saying that Imperator: Rome is THE grand strategy game. Paradox Interactive’s touch with this type of games is apparent in this one as well. Age spanning story on a map stretching across entire Europe and beyond is something no gamer should miss.You too can have Imperator: Rome in your collection by purchasing Steam digital download key from G2A.COM marketplace. Trusted sellers provide the best prices for the product you can enjoy immediately after buying it. All that separates you from ruling the Roman Empire is the time of downloading the game. After that, the control over the ancient world will be within your reach.Deluxe EditionDeluxe Edition of Imperator: Rome offers more ancient world action. Deluxe Edition comes with the base game and a multitude of new content for the player to enjoy. The additional content of Imperator: Rome Deluxe Edition includes the Epirus Flavor pack, which introduces new army and naval models, monuments and 6 event chains related to this mountainous region of ancient Greece. Speaking of which, Hellenistic World Flavor pack provides the player with ships and army models, as well as events taking place in the land of Hercules. Moreover, Deluxe Edition comes with an artbook and the game’s soundtrack.

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Wayland's Revenge , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 358min
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It's 1647: a time of bitter civil wars in England. Wayland, the village blacksmith, returns from army service to find his wife, Rebecca, murdered, and his son traumatised and struck dumb. Wayland's overpowering desire for revenge is thwarted by the collapse of laws and a dearth of clues to her sadistic killer.  Thwarted, that is, until the villagers ask him to investigate a runaway horse. Whilst searching for its rider, he discovers instead the body of a young boy, cut with symbols in the same way as Rebecca's body had been. The clues abound and confuse with elements of witchcraft, religious hatred, and the enmities of civil war. Wayland sets out on a perilous journey to find the killer, taking with him his son Jonathan and Alun, a canny Welsh baker. But just as they find their first suspect, they are trapped in the brutal Siege of Colchester, facing ever more dangerous challenges.  Wayland, Alun and Jonathan must draw on all their strengths, devise new strategies and make agonising decisions, if they are to stay alive and find the real killer before he strikes again. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alastair Cameron. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/116951/bk_acx0_116951_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Orderly Britain (eBook, ePUB)
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All societies, in their very different ways, are orderly. The very term 'society' implies the existence of a degree of organisation and predictability to human life. Orderliness, however, is a matter of degree. It is neither total, nor totally absent. In recent times, however, such concerns have largely given way to a greater preoccupation with disorderliness: with significant and disruptive social change; with rising crime and anti-social behaviour; and with a variety of other social problemsBut what has really been happening? How should we think about the nation's changing social order over the last seventy years? In Orderly Britain, Newburn and Ward focus on such commonplace, prosaic and mundane matters as dog-fouling, swearing, drinking, smoking, nudity, public toilets, and parking. These everyday matters, they argue, have much to tell us about social change and, more particularly, about the changing nature of British society.Written in an accessible style, full of quirky tales, this book provides an unusual approach to recent British social history. We read about social-order problems, boiling-point incidents, and the emergence of new expectations and control systems through our chosen topics. Through accessible, intriguing, prosaic tales - the hounding of beatniks in Cornwall in the 1960s, the banning of dogs from Burnley parks in the 1970s, the London parking crisis of the 1980s, the Naked Rambler in the 2000s - Orderly Britain reflects on the deeper sociological roots of our changing social order.In Orderly Britain the authors argue that post-war British society, in many respects, pays significantly greater attention to the issue of ordering and to laying down rules and regulations about conduct. Yes, elements of our lives are increasingly privatised but much of our behaviour is visible in ways and to extents never previously encountered - not least via electronic media. Consumerism, though it may have stimulated extraordinary acquisitiveness has also brought with it a huge array of administrative and technical regulations about matters as varied as food safety, the supply and sale of goods, and domestic animal welfare. In fact, there is considerable evidence that we have become more concerned about order, and more rule-bound by laws and regulations setting out the parameters of orderliness and how it is to be maintained. As a means of illustrating this argument, our first step along the road is toward the issue of dog-shit and what we do with it. Naturally, we must tread carefully.

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Orderly Britain (eBook, ePUB)
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All societies, in their very different ways, are orderly. The very term 'society' implies the existence of a degree of organisation and predictability to human life. Orderliness, however, is a matter of degree. It is neither total, nor totally absent. In recent times, however, such concerns have largely given way to a greater preoccupation with disorderliness: with significant and disruptive social change; with rising crime and anti-social behaviour; and with a variety of other social problemsBut what has really been happening? How should we think about the nation's changing social order over the last seventy years? In Orderly Britain, Newburn and Ward focus on such commonplace, prosaic and mundane matters as dog-fouling, swearing, drinking, smoking, nudity, public toilets, and parking. These everyday matters, they argue, have much to tell us about social change and, more particularly, about the changing nature of British society.Written in an accessible style, full of quirky tales, this book provides an unusual approach to recent British social history. We read about social-order problems, boiling-point incidents, and the emergence of new expectations and control systems through our chosen topics. Through accessible, intriguing, prosaic tales - the hounding of beatniks in Cornwall in the 1960s, the banning of dogs from Burnley parks in the 1970s, the London parking crisis of the 1980s, the Naked Rambler in the 2000s - Orderly Britain reflects on the deeper sociological roots of our changing social order.In Orderly Britain the authors argue that post-war British society, in many respects, pays significantly greater attention to the issue of ordering and to laying down rules and regulations about conduct. Yes, elements of our lives are increasingly privatised but much of our behaviour is visible in ways and to extents never previously encountered - not least via electronic media. Consumerism, though it may have stimulated extraordinary acquisitiveness has also brought with it a huge array of administrative and technical regulations about matters as varied as food safety, the supply and sale of goods, and domestic animal welfare. In fact, there is considerable evidence that we have become more concerned about order, and more rule-bound by laws and regulations setting out the parameters of orderliness and how it is to be maintained. As a means of illustrating this argument, our first step along the road is toward the issue of dog-shit and what we do with it. Naturally, we must tread carefully.

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Stand: 05.06.2020
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