Patrol To travel around a place and inspect it to make sure everything is in order . Armed forces The army , navy and airforce . Points The rails on a railway track that can be moved to guide a train on to a different line .
Author: Faye Gardner
Publisher: Evans Brothers
Family Scrapbook features the memories and photographs of real life grannies. Lively narrative text is supported by a wide range of photographs which feature anything from contemporary adverts to pictures of the grandma's with their own parents and grandparents. Going on a Journey in the 1930s and 40s looks at the different forms of transport used during the 1930s and 40s.
Let's travel through time! You are about to go on a journey, a journey across time and location. Your task is to complete research on an assigned ... North America 1900s–1930s 40s–70s 80s–2010 South America 1. Create a brief timeline of ...
Author: Stacey O'Reilly
The Common Core is placing a heavier emphasis on nonfiction, but that doesn't mean you have to give up your literature lessons! In this book, English teachers Stacey O'Reilly and Angie Stooksbury describe how you can combine nonfiction with fiction to meet the standards and give students a deeper understanding of what they are reading. This practical book provides a variety of nonfiction reading strategies as well as ready-to-implement lesson plans and text pairing suggestions. You will get... A variety of useful strategies to help students analyze nonfiction Sample units with step-by-step agendas and lesson plans Ready-to-use classroom handouts and rubrics for assessment Suggested text pairings across genres and time periods
Beyond Baedeker Although much of the world was thrown into turmoil by the twin disasters of the Great Depression and World War II, the 1930s and '40s witnessed a second golden age in travel writing. △ Brazilian Adventure Despite his ...
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
A lavishly illustrated account of human travel with a foreword by Simon Reeve, from the voyages of the Vikings to the flight to the Moon. Journeys have arisen from all manner of impulse, from migration and the search for food, to pilgrimages, trade, scientific curiosity, or simply the quest for adventure. Journey is a stunning visual guide to the stories of human movement and endeavour, from The Silk Road to the epic Voyager missions. Discover ancient maps, biographies of conquerors, explorers, and travellers, stories of scientific discovery and technological innovation, stunning works of art, and catalogues of travel-related memorabilia. This truly worldwide account is a glorious celebration of human journeys, and will make an impressive gift for any lover of travel and history.
Most Iraqi families were conservative and religious and did not allow their daughters to attend school or go on dates. This was in the 1930s, '40s and early '50s. However, my youngest sister, Fatmah, did attend school up to the third ...
Author: Ahmed Sabie, PH.D.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Success is a Journey, Hard Work Pays By: Dr. Ahmed Sabie Ahmed Sabie’s wife Vicki prompted him to write this book so their children would have a better perspective of their Iraqi heritage. They needed to know the details of his background and early childhood, and of the experience he had growing up disadvantaged, yet struggling to succeed, despite all obstacles. Beginning as a foreign student, and becoming an American citizen, this is his success story: “Therefore, this is the theme of my book: How hard work and persistence can be rewarding. There was no option BUT to succeed.”
film, The Journey, to put off would-be migrants. A 'lavish production', it depicts ... It will be argued that, comparing the situation to the 1930s/40s, there is both change and continuity in how the migrant voice is incorporated.
Author: Antony Robin Jeremy Kushner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This is the first study to place Jewish refugee movementsfrom Nazism into a wider framework of global forced migration from the latenineteenth through to the twenty first century.
Interestingly, she later wrote that it was watching a performance of Journey's End alongside Winifred Holtby that prompted her to ... He would go on to great success in Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s, and major roles in a number of ...
Author: Roland Wales
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
Kingston playwright R.C. Sherriff came to fame with his First World War drama Journeys End, which was based on his own experiences as a young officer on the Western Front. Its success made him a household name and opened the door to a highly lucrative career as a novelist, playwright and screenwriter in Hollywood and in Britain. Many of his movies The Invisible Man, Goodbye Mr Chips, The Four Feathers Odd Man Out, Quartet, and, of course, The Dam Busters are still well known, but the man behind them much less so. This book rediscovers Sherriff using his own words his letters, diaries, published and unpublished manuscripts to shed light on a man who ironically gained his greatest success from the trench warfare he found so difficult to bear.
Along the highway, you'll pass field after field of sugar cane before coming to thefirst townon your journey. ... start at 15¢ a minutes, going down as you purchase larger chunks of time. n HISTORY Back in the 1930s and '40s, Pa`ia was.
Author: Sharon Hamblin
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
From discovering Maui¿s rich and vibrant history to exploring Haleakala National Park and from relaxing on pristine beaches to whale watching in the sparkling blue waters, Maui and the surrounding islands are fast becoming a holiday favourite. Travel Adventures Maui, Lanai & Molokai provides readers with everything they need to know for planning a trip to this fabulous region, including the best places to stay and eat ¿ for all tastes and budgets; practical travel advice; and expert info on what to pack and when to go. Also featured in this authoritative guide are expert hints, tips, and advice on discovering all the exciting activities available ¿ from discovering the delights of the region¿s big towns and rural villages to volcano tours.
Sarah Albritton Growing up African American in rural north Louisiana in the 1930s and ' 40s , Sarah Albritton has managed to take care of herself in her own way . On her journey away from the Hell of poverty , abuse , and racism she ...
Author: Sarah Albritton
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
On her journey away from the Hell of poverty, abuse, and racism she experienced, Sarah Albritton has expressed herself verbally and visually in a variety of modes: food preparation, preservation, and demonstration, restaurant decor, yard art, annual outdoor Christmas decorations, autobiographical prose and poetry, and most recently, personal experience narratives and painting.
... especially in the 1930s and 1940s. While Auden's work in the GPO film unit and its influence on his two travel books, Letters from Iceland (1937) and Journey to a War (1939), has gained critical attention, the amateur photographic ...
Author: Bonnie Costello
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
This collection of essays from a distinguished, international group of scholars offers a portrait of W. H. Auden's creativity. The essayists look in fresh ways at Auden's composition process and artistic virtuosity, and at the astonishing breadth of his interests and activities. Critics have long acknowledged Auden's 'second thoughts' with regard to religion and politics, yet few have considered how essential rethinking and revision were to his writing process. His notebooks and drafts served as a fascinating, multifaceted laboratory for his literary experiments; and even after his writing was published, Auden never stopped revising it. The essays collected here explore cross-pollination in the genesis of his works: how theater collaboration, film work, traveling, teaching, reviewing, and wartime activities shaped his literary oeuvre. They uncover neglected episodes that affected his artistic choices, and overlooked archives full of surprising revelations about his writing practice. The essays also explore manuscript evidence that shows the formal experimentation of one of the great versifiers of modern poetry.
The fatalistic journey of Brian (Chapman again), beloved as the new messiah but with little chance of surviving the ... likely from his alliance to well-made stage dramas of the 1930s and 40s, which would be a more direct approach in ...
Author: Scott F. Stoddart
American moviegoers have long turned to the Hollywood Western for reassurance in times of crisis. During the genre’s heyday, the films of John Ford, Howard Hawks and Henry Hathaway reflected a grand patriotism that resonated with audiences at the end of World War II. The tried-and-true Western was questioned by Ford and George Stevens during the Cold War, and in the 1960s directors like Sam Peckinpah and George Roy Hill retooled the genre as a commentary on American ethics during the Vietnam War. Between the mid–1970s and early 1990s, the Western faded from view—until the Gulf War, when Kevin Costner’s Dances with Wolves (1990) and Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven (1992) brought it back, with moral complexities. Since 9/11, the Western has seen a resurgence, blending its patriotic narrative with criticism of America’s place in the global community. Exploring such films as True Grit (2010) and Brokeback Mountain (2005), along with television series like Deadwood and Firefly, this collection of new essays explores how the Western today captures the dichotomy of our times and remains important to the American psyche.
Here, in the Scottish Highlands, wheezing, wondrous steam locomotives from the 1930s or '40s haul glamorously old-fashioned carriages through a magical middle-of-nowhere without a puff of postBeeching British Rail austerity in sight.
Author: Lonely Planet
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Experience 60 of the world's greatest and most unforgettable train journeys, from classic long-distance trips like Canada's Rocky Mountaineer and Darwin to Adelaide's The Ghan, to little-known gems on regular commuting lines. Each profile contains practical information like ticket options and timetables, plus inspiring photos and illustrated maps.
Go right to the edges of your paper. And beyond them. ... along coast-hugging Highway 14, past beach coves, to a place called Whiffen Spit, sketched by my dad in the 1930s and '40s. I stop for a look and perhaps a sketch.
Author: National Geographic Learning
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Bring your learning to life with compelling images, media and text from National Geographic. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LEARNING READER: TRAVEL AND TOURISM w/PAC eBOOK will help you develop a clearer understanding of the world around you through engaging content. This reader is designed to be used in combination with several core texts in hospitality, travel and tourism. Used as a supplement with two strong brands of National Geographic and Delmar Learning, this reader will bring relevancy, and first-hand accounts from countries around the world. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
... valets , MPs , police officials , professors and other assorted Englishmen during the 1930s and 1940s . ... The Perfect Gentleman , It's in the Air [ scenes deleted ] , Going Highbrow , Anna Karenina , Kind Lady , The Gay Deception ...
Author: Alastair Phillips
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
A comprehensive guide to European actors in American film, this book brings together 15 chapters with A-Z entries on over 900 individuals. It includes case studies of prominent individuals and phenomena associated with the emigres, such as the stereotyping of European actresses in 'bad women' roles, and the irony of Jewish actors playing Nazis.
In Paris in the Dark Eric Smoodin takes readers on a journey through the streets, cinemas, and theaters of Paris to sketch a comprehensive picture of French film culture during the 1930s and 1940s.
Author: Eric Smoodin
Publisher: Duke University Press
In Paris in the Dark Eric Smoodin takes readers on a journey through the streets, cinemas, and theaters of Paris to sketch a comprehensive picture of French film culture during the 1930s and 1940s. Drawing on a wealth of journalistic sources, Smoodin recounts the ways films moved through the city, the favored stars, and what it was like to go to the movies in a city with hundreds of cinemas. In a single week in the early 1930s, moviegoers might see Hollywood features like King Kong and Frankenstein, the new Marlene Dietrich and Maurice Chevalier movies, and any number of films from Italy, Germany, and Russia. Or they could frequent the city's ciné-clubs, which were hosts to the cinéphile subcultures of Paris. At other times, a night at the movies might result in an evening of fascist violence, even before the German Occupation of Paris, while after the war the city's cinemas formed the space for reconsolidating French film culture. In mapping the cinematic geography of Paris, Smoodin expands understandings of local film exhibition and the relationships of movies to urban space.
There were several builders in the 1930s/40s that created their own imitation stone design and coloration in ... Dad and Mom were going to build a new house on the same property alongside the concrete block house and asked if we'd like ...
Author: Jan Gingrich
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Life is often referred to as a journey. Without a doubt, every person who uses that analogy does so from at least a different perspective and likely a different reason. Sometimes it is because they have found life hard, and the term journey represents the struggle and its length they have experienced. There is some of that factor in our so titling the book. Other times, it is used to express finding life delivering beyond their expectations, and the experience took them where they never imagined going. There is that factor in our so titling the book also. Sometimes it is because life seems mundane, repetitious, and they feel caught in its cycle. There is nothing of that in our book. There is a poem called "Footprints in the Sand" by Mary Fishback Powers that illustrates the caring hand of God she experienced in hard times of life when she saw only one set of prints. Too often, that is all we look for""help in the parts of life's journey we think we need help with. True, we should look for that, but the promise of God to his children is, "I will never leave nor forsake you;" good or hard times. This book was written to demonstrate the truth and reality of that promise made over 200 times in various wordings of the Bible. This book was written""no, had to be written""so every child of God is alertly looking for what God is doing for them every day in ways they have not considered before. Then experience the amazement of realizing their Journey has been part of the Creator's plan from the beginning, who works all things according to his good and perfect will, so that they can know purpose and blessing in life and not just an aimless Journey.
For a succinct account of documentary film in the United States during the 1930s, see Charles Wolfe, “The Poetics and ... of this article, which goes on to report, “Details of the Mass, seldom seen hitherto, are revealed by film.” 41.
Author: Charles Tepperman
Publisher: Univ of California Press
From the very beginning of cinema, there have been amateur filmmakers at work. It wasn’t until Kodak introduced 16mm film in 1923, however, that amateur moviemaking became a widespread reality, and by the 1950s, over a million Americans had amateur movie cameras. In Amateur Cinema, Charles Tepperman explores the meaning of the "amateur" in film history and modern visual culture. In the middle decades of the twentieth century—the period that saw Hollywood’s rise to dominance in the global film industry—a movement of amateur filmmakers created an alternative world of small-scale movie production and circulation. Organized amateur moviemaking was a significant phenomenon that gave rise to dozens of clubs and thousands of participants producing experimental, nonfiction, or short-subject narratives. Rooted in an examination of surviving films, this book traces the contexts of "advanced" amateur cinema and articulates the broad aesthetic and stylistic tendencies of amateur films.
Andoheb tries to scare people off through threats—in one se- quence he is shown advising Marta Solvani (Peggy Moran) to leave the country: “I am so happy to hear that [you are going] [...] May I wish you a most pleasant journey back to ...
Author: Laurence Raw
This biographical dictionary presents a stellar lineup of talented, versatile character actors who regularly appeared in horror and science fiction films during Hollywood’s golden age. Many are well known by genre buffs and casual fans—they include Lionel Atwill, John Carradine, Dwight Frye, Rondo Hatton, Dick Miller, J. Carroll Naish, Maria Ouspenskaya, Glenn Strange, Edward Van Sloan, and George Zucco. Some are perhaps not so well known but equally at home in the horror and science fiction films—such as Anthony Carbone, Harry Cording, Rosemary La Planche, Dick Purcell, Elizabeth Russell and Mel Welles. The 96 entries are complete with a biography and in-depth analyses of the actor’s best performances—demonstrating how important these personalities were to the success of their genre films.