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Based on the author's 40 years of research and field experience in Switzerland, the text covers and analyzes the history, economy, population, transportation, cities, and regions of the country. Included are specially drawn maps and graphics, statistics, color and black and white photos taken by the author, extensive bibliography, and index. Switzerland has been writen for corporate, school, university and/or personal libraries.
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H is for Holocaust is a chronology + lexicon. It also includes articles written by the author, photos taken by the author, such as the last building of the Warsaw ghetto before it was torn town, specially drawn maps, computer graphics of holocaust statistics, and an annotated bibliography of more than 100 entries. All aspects of the Holocaust as well as the latest information pertaining to this black period in history is brought forth in order to provide a greater understanding of the complicated events that led to this unparalled human catastrophe.
La Strada is an autobiographcal account of the author's travels from shortly after his birth to the present. They begin in the United States, Canada and Mexico and include his extensive trips through eastern and western Europe and Israel. Included are accounts of his hitch hiking to New York City from Detroit when he was 17, the Six Day War, two months behind the Iron Curtain, the opening of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe, biking across the Alps of Switzerland, and skiing the slopes of Zinal, Switzerland. Cars, trains, boats, planes, walking, skiing, and biking are part of the saga that makes La Strada unique. Though the book is written with a slight touch of satire it concludes on a serious note with examples of environmental degradation that the author observed in the European Alps and in the province of British Colombia, Canada. Included are photos taken by the author that illustrate the text.About the Author:
Aubrey Diem was born in Detroit in 1931. He completed his undergraduate studies at Wayne State, then received a Master's degree from Clark University and a PhD from the University of Michigan. He has travelled widely in Western and Eastern Europe, the Soviet Union, Russia, the Middle East Japan, the United States and Canada. He was a professor of geography at the University of Waterloo, in Waterloo, Ontario. Six books, numerous articles and entries in Encyclopeadia Brittanica on the Alps, Rhone Valley and Switzerland resulted from his reasearch. Two other manuscripts H is for Holocaust and La Strada: a 20th century odyssey through time and space have recently been completed.
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Book Description Media Intl, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. 4 Sub. Seller Inventory # DADAX0969229178
Book Description Media Intl, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0969229178