Corso di laurea in Economia E Gestione Dei Servizi Turist...
La Prima Guerra Mondiale
Avigaria Di Comun : Vocatio in judicium
A document relating certain Central Intelligence Agency operations.
Bachelor of Science in economics and Management of Tourism Services, and Tourism in the Land of Emigration
A history of World War one in Italian.
The history of Italy, with special emphasis on Napoleon Bonaparte.
In the sixteenth century the N.H. Marin Sanudo said that the Venetian Republic would last forever, forever and ever. His opinion was not isolated, but a widespread belief. Even this shows how our fathers were distant from the common mentality of today. Who would ever say, these days, that a state will last forever?
La Serenissima lasted fourteen centuries, but the self-government of the Venetian people since time immemorial. The objective fact is impressive. Even more s...
Describes the history of the origin of Venice, Italy.
History of the Venetians.
The Ancient Stone the Roman Province of Polesine.
Winter 1928-1929 In Venice.
El Godfrey: The Canta Barcariola of Dr. Thomas Mondini and the Arguments on Every Song of an unknown author.
Unpublished speeches of Dr. Antonio Lorenzutti.
Letter to A Naive Man that describes the event the Destruction of the Venetian government.
Popular songs with their original music.
The greatest naval battle of all time, the great victory of Veneta, at the Battle of Lepanto.
The history of Italy, from 1797 through 1866, focusing on Venesia (Venice). The Republic of Venice, had been an independent state for more than a millennium. The Republic wasn't restored at the Congress of Vienna after the Napoleonic Wars and was annexed by the Austrian Empire, until it was ceded to the Kingdom of Italy in 1866, as a result of the Third Italian War of Independence.
A History of U.S. Communications Security by the US National Security Agency. This 1973 publication was released to the public domain, but is heavily redacted especially in the beginning.
A descriptive book about areas of Argentina, specifically Patagonia and Sarmiento.
This is a challenging title. It does not include a transcription of the Coptic text, but does include Hieroglyphics and Greek.
World Factbook is similar to an encyclopedia or almanac.