5 edition of The knights of the cross found in the catalog.
The knights of the cross
|Statement||by Henryk Sienkiewicz ... Authorized and unabridged translation from the Polish, by Jeremiah Curtin ...|
|Contributions||Curtin, Jeremiah, 1835-1906, tr.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S57 K8|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||00003273|
Bernardone's Knights: A Star Crossed Crescent Book III A trip to a reporters' convention enables Newspaper Editor, Ann L. Luste, to explain how love trumps pride. Ann tells Ruth T. Thaif the story of how Clay Berry was thrust in the middle of strange and exciting encounter with 5/5(2). The Knights of the Cross (Polish: Krzyżacy) is a historical novel written by Henryk Sienkiewicz, a Polish writer and Nobel laureate.. The novel was written in partitioned Poland, with most Poles living under the rule of the Russian Empire - one of Sienkiewicz's goals in writing The Knights of the Cross being to encourage and strengthen Polish national confidence against the occupying.
The book is composed entirely of full-color or black & white portraits of Army Knights Cross winners of the German 17th Army Corps District on right hand pages. On the facing left hand pages there is a biography of the person shown and the story of the action for . The Knights of the Cross is a historical novel. Krzyżacy tells the story of a young nobleman, Zbyszko of Bogdaniec, who together with his uncle Maćko of Bogdaniec returns from the war against the Order (Knights of the Cross) in nearby Lithuania. In a tavern inn Zbyszko falls in love with the lovely Danusia, who is traveling with the.
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Sadly the book is not worth the time to read. Being quite an avid reader of WWII bios, this one is remarkably boring. Some parts of the book do not even seem written by the same person.
The tone and writing of such digression can last up to 8 - 10 pages in a row. There must be Cited by: With Knight's Cross the late General Sir David Fraser, GCB, OBE produced a solid military biography of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
Fraser was certainly no master with the pen, but his research was thorough and his style straightforward and precise. He relied on Rommel's own writings, those of other German officers and officials, as well as extensive cooperation with Rommel's son, Manfred/5.
The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (German: Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes), or simply the Knight's Cross (Ritterkreuz), and its variants were the highest awards in the military and paramilitary forces of Nazi Germany during World War II.
The Knight's Cross was awarded for a wide range of reasons and across all ranks, from a senior commander for skilled leadership of his troops in battle Country: Nazi Germany. Knights of the Cross was a generally good book. It didn't cover much of the first crusade, just the siege of Antioch. It is an interesting book in the fact that it gives a lot of accurate information about this important siege.
Although the stories of the characters are fictional, much of the book is based off of factual events/5. KNIGHTS OF THE CROSS is a terrific Crusader Era whodunit starring a likable protagonist and his irascible but loyal friend.
The story line in some ways is more historical than mystery though the sleuthing is top rate and fun to follow while it also /5(27). The burnt, salvaged Cross has sparked some interesting comments.
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The Knights of the Cross Or, Krzyzacy. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Knights of the Cross: By Henryk Sienkiewiez. Authorized and Unabridged Translation from the Polish (Paperback or Softback). Knights of the Cross "We few, we happy few, we band of brothers" — Henry V.
We are a traditional Catholic fraternal order of knights who follow the Royal Way of the Cross. Our spirituality is based on Thomas à Kempis' Imitation of Christ and St.
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A judicious appraisal of Germany's best-known WW II soldier, from a retired British general whose published works include a well-regarded biography of Lord Alanbrook.
Drawing on archival and secondary sources, as well as on the assistance of Rommel's son, Fraser offers a nuanced portrait of the so-called Desert Fox. The son of a Swabian schoolmaster, Rommel decided to make arms his. Knights Cross sales Iron Crosses for sale in fine condition, Knights Cross sold to a private collector with a distinguished collection, German Cross.
The Knights of the Cross, also known as the Knights of the Sword, are a group of people who wield one of three holy swords, Amoracchius, Esperacchius, Fidelacchius, each including one of the nails from the Crucifixion of Christ.
They first appear in Death Masks. The knights are a force for Light that help keep the balance with the forces for darkness. When something truly evil happened, one of. The Knights of the Cross: or, Krzyzacy - a Historical Romance by Sienkiewicz, Henryk and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Knight's Cross with Oakleaves, Swords and Diamonds was the next higher grade of the Knight's Cross above the Knight's Cross with Oakleaves and Swords.
It was the highest award presented to more than one person in the Third Reich, and it was reserved for the most highly decorated and heroic figures in the German Wehrmacht. A post WWII Federal Republic of Germany; Official de-nazified “” Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.
These were issued to German Veterans who were awarded these during the Third Reich. Production of these awards ceased in The Knights Cross is a multi-piece, die struck construction that has been soldered together.
The Knights Cross was a highly respected decoration and among U-boat men it was the greatest honor one could achieve in many cases. U-boats crews took great pride if their captain received this medal and sometimes it was added to the boat's insignia (on Schnee's U for example).
The Knights Cross was a variation of the sought after Iron Cross which had 7 grades.The Knights Cross of the Iron Cross by Dietrich Maerz NEW DUST COVER. The regulations, distribution and all accepted makers of the highest award are presented here in never before seen detail.
This book also includes an in-depth discussion of the Oak Leaves, the Swords, the Golden Diamonds, the Grand Cross and the Elusive Star to the Grand Cross.
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