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Eye witnesses of history

Mukhtar Masood

Eye witnesses of history

a collection of letters addressed to Quaid-i-Azam. Edited by Mukhtar Masood.

by Mukhtar Masood

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Published by Guild Pub. House in Karachi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • All-India Muslim League,
  • Pakistan movement -- History,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJinnah, Mahomed Ali, 1876-1948
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS480.45 M385
    The Physical Object
    Pagination122p.
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19244269M

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Best history book I think I've ever read--with eyewitness accounts from the people on both sides of the equation who lived through events that include the executions of Czar Nicholas and his entire family, the execution of Mata Hari, World Wars 1 and 2 and so much more--you get a degree view of history.4/5.

“Eyewitness to History,” edited by Professor John Carey and first published incontains first-hand reports of events ranging from the death of Socrates to the first men on the moon.

They are short accounts, written in the language of the time, by someone Cited by: Unlike a traditional history book, each of the articles is written from within the time and place and local culture of the event, and many offer insights that are washed out of the average history textbook/5(27).

Stephen G. Hyslop is a writer and editor of books on American and world history, including National Geographic Almanac of World History (with Patricia Daniels). He served as editor for the history series Time Frame, What Life Was Like, and American Indians. He /5(98).

First-person accounts, surely the most beguiling of primary sources, bring history's people and events alive as no other documents can. This chronologically arranged collection contains some such narratives, drawn mostly from letters, memoirs, diaries, and news stories, beginning with a 5/5(2).

The book is divided into 29 two-page chapters covering such topics as the slavery debate, the election ofraising armies, camp life, women during the war, Gettysburg, and the Confederacy surrender.

A paragraph of text introduces each topic and informative, often lengthy, captions accompany /5(16). Photo Of The Week - A freeze frame of time. SnapShots - Photographic Gateways to History: World War I, America in the 20s, the Great Depression.

Voices of the 20th Century - sounds from the past. History in Motion - film clips from the past. Your ringside seat to history - from the Ancient World to the present. In fact ecclesiastical history affirms the Gospels were written by eye witnesses, including John, Peter, Mary, Matthew and more.

There is no proof that Matthews Gospel was not written by Matthew himself. He was an eye witness, ecclesiastical history affirms that. Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony is a book written by biblical scholar and theologian Richard Bauckham and published in (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans).

The book challenges the consensus view that, "while the eyewitnesses originated (at least some of) the traditions about Jesus, these were then transmitted as anonymous traditions in the early Christian communities Author: Richard Bauckham.

One of Luke’s primary eye-witnesses was Mary, the mother of Jesus, as Luke’s Gospel tells many of her personal stories. History again corroborates Luke’s authenticity, beginning with its status as the third Gospel written, as the Anti-Marcionite Prologue to Luke (second century) testifies.

Alexievich is the meta-witness to the Soviet experience, eyewitness to the eyewitnesses. She turns memories into folk epics and gives human scale to the awful hugeness of the “Great Patriotic.

[Review written by my younger self] Edited by David Colbert, Eyewitness to America is a comprehensive compilation of crucial moments and personalities in years of American history, as told by the people who had first-hand experiences/5. The Eye-Witness, a magazine published by G.

Chesterton Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Eyewitness. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

Eye-Witnesses to History: Julia Boyd on Travellers in the Third Reich Posted on 18th June by Martha Greengrass Julia Boyd, the author of our Non-Fiction Book of the Month for June, Travellers in the Third Reich discusses the importance of eye-witness sources and recommends the best history books based on first-hand accounts.

Common Knowledge Series Eyewitness Books. Series: Eyewitness Books. Also known as: Les Yeux de la Découverte, Gallimard Jeunesse, Biblioteca visual Altea. Series by cover. items. Frederick Douglass describes his dash to freedom. A Flogging at Sea, "Swinging the rope over his head, and bending his body so as to give it full force, the captain brought it down upon the poor fellow's back.

Once, twice - six times." P.T. Barnum Discovers "Tom Thumb," "I had heard of a remarkably small child in Bridgeport. "The embalmers, when a corpse is brought to them, show the relatives wooden models of dead bodies, as accurate as a painting." "With you it rests, Callimachus." An Athenian army, out numbered by two to one, faces the invading Persians in one of history's most famous battles.

Xenophon describes the average day of a Greek aristocrat in the 4th. Civilization's most momentous events come vibrantly alive in this magnificent collection of over three hundred eyewitness accounts spanning twenty-four turbulent centuries -- remarkable recollections of battles, atrocities, disasters, coronations, assassinations and discoveries that shaped the course of history, all related in vivid detail by.

History has always been one of my favorite subjects. I especially enjoy reading or listening to firsthand accounts of historical events from people who were there. It is so much more powerful than learning about it second-hand. I also think it is a much more effective way to teach.

Eyewitness to History is a website I found that provides firsthand accounts of important historical events. Most Christians would answer back with websites from other scholars who in turn say with some of reference that there were eye witness and that hese accounts were given by eye witnesses.

I had a debate with someone yesterday who says there has total disregard and disrespect for you professor because the community of scholars debunked your book. We get an observation of Colonel William B. Travis by a Mexican officer as he witnessed Travis' actions during the battle.

In his book With Santa Anna in Texas, Jose Enrique de la Pena, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Mexican army, described Travis as follows: "He would take a few steps and stop, turning his proud face toward us to discharge his shots; he fought like a true soldier.The Battle Of Gettysburg Pickett's Charge, Lee's Retreat From Gettysburg William Quantrill Raids Lawrence, Kansas, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Sherman's March to the Sea, Lincoln Enters Richmond, Surrender At Appomattox President Lincoln is Shot, The Death Of Abraham Lincoln The Death of John Wilkes Booth.Evidence of Shots from the Front.

About 40 witnesses to the assassination of President Kennedy claimed either to have heard gunshots from the infamous grassy knoll in the northwest corner of Dealey Plaza, or to have seen smoke or smelled gunpowder in that area.

Interviewing the Dealey Plaza Witnesses. Several of these witnesses were interviewed by newspaper, radio and television .