The definitive biography of the world's most important body of water -- the Atlantic. One hundred and ninety million years ago, the shifting of two of the world's tectonic plates led to the creation of an immense chasm. This giant gash in the flanks of the planet slowly opened up and eventually evolved into the most important and most travelled ocean in our world. In this utterly original biography, Simon Winchester explores the life of the Atlantic; it's birth, its relationship with mankind, and what lies in store for it once man has left the stage. He charts the development of the first settlements by the Oceanside -- the communities of Celts and Vikings and whose lives depended on the sea -- and delves into the age of exploration, venturing to forgotten worlds. The building of some of the world's most beautiful port cities -- London, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Casablanca -- is also examined, along with the creation of settlements and colonies in and around the sea. Completely unique and highly readable, Atlantic takes its reader on a wonderful journey through time, along the waves of our planet's most significant ocean.
Atlantic Gold features 75 soul classics from the Atlantic vaults, spread over 3CDs. Disc: 1 1. Ruth Brown - 5-10-15 Hours 2. The Clovers - One Mint Julep 3. Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle And Roll 4. The Drifters with Clyde McPhatter - Money Honey 5. Ray Charles - I've Got A Woman 6. LaVern Baker - Tweedle Dee 7. The Chords - Sh-Boom 8. The Drifters - Ruby Baby 9. Ruth Brown - Lucky Lips 10. Chuck Willis - It's Too Late 11. Ray Charles - (Night Time Is) The Right Time 12. The Coasters - Poison Ivy 13. Ben E. King - Spanish Harlem 14. Carla Thomas - B-A-B-Y 15. Clyde McPhatter - A Lover's Question 16. The Drifters - There Goes My Baby 17. Solomon Burke - If You Need Me 18. LaVern Baker - See See Rider 19. The Coasters - Yakety Yak 20. The Mar-Keys - Last Night 21. Ray Charles - What'd I Say (Parts I & II) 22. The Drifters - Up On The Roof 23. Ben E. King - Stand By Me 24. Esther Phillips - And I Love Him 25. Doris Troy - Just One Look 26. Otis Redding - These Arms Of Mine Disc: 2 1. The Drifters - On Broadway 2. Booker T & The MG's - Green Onions 3. Wilson Pickett - Land Of 1000 Dances 4. Solomon Burke - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 5. Rufus Thomas - Walking The Dog 6. Otis Redding - I've Been Loving You Too Long 7. The Drifters - Under The Boardwalk 8. Sam & Dave - You Don't Know Like I Know 9. Don Covay - Seesaw 10. Wilson Pickett - In The Midnight Hour 11. The Drifters - Saturday Night At The Movies 12. The Capitols - Cool Jerk 13. Sam & Dave - When Something Is Wrong With My Baby 14. Barbara Lewis - Baby, I'm Yours 15. Percy Sledge - When A Man Loves A Woman 16. Aretha Franklin - (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman 17. Otis Redding - Try A Little Tenderness 18. Wilson Pickett - Mustang Sally 19. Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood 20. Sam & Dave - Hold On I'm Coming 21. Aretha Franklin - Chain Of Fools 22. Arthur Conley - Sweet Soul . . .
'Majestic. Truly gripping' Andrew RobertsThe Battle of the Atlantic was the single most important - and longest - campaign of the Second World War. If Britain lost this vital supply route it lost the war., In Jonathan Dimbleby's brilliant and dramatic new account we see how this epic struggle for maritime mastery played out, from the politicians and admirals to the men on and under the sea and their families waiting at home. Filled with haunting and hair-raising stories of chases, ambushes, sinkings, stalkings, disasters and rescues, The Battle of the Atlantic is a monumental work of history as it was lived and fought.'Recounts the horror and humanity of life on those perilous oceans' Independent'Dimbleby moves with skill from scene to scene, eavesdropping on the great statesmen like Churchill, the merchant seamen who carried out their orders, the U-boat commanders who tried to sink them and the families of those who lost their lives at sea' Mail on Sunday
A SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERWaterstone's Book of the Month, 2018Nominated for the 2017 Pen Hessell-TiltmanDaily Telegraph's Best History Books of 2017Sunday Times' Best History Books of 2017A sweeping history of the city of Rome, seen through the eyes of its most significant sackings, from the Gauls to the Nazis and everything in between.No city on earth has preserved its past as Rome has. Visitors can cross bridges that were crossed by Cicero and Julius Caesar, explore temples visited by Roman emperors, and step into churches that have hardly changed since popes celebrated mass in them sixteen centuries ago.These architectural survivals are all the more remarkable considering the many disasters that have struck the city. Rome has been afflicted by earthquakes, floods, fires and plagues, but most of all it has been repeatedly ravaged by roving armies. From the Gauls to the Nazis, Matthew Kneale tells the stories behind the seven most important of these attacks and reveals, with fascinating insight, how they transformed the city - and not always for the worse. Using this entirely new approach to Rome's past he unveils how it became the city it is today. A meticulously researched, magical blend of travelogue, social and cultural history, Rome: A History in Seven Sackings is a celebration of the fierce courage, panache and vitality of the Roman people. Most of all, it is a passionate love letter to this incomparable city.'A masterpiece of pacing and suspense' Sunday Times'Fascinating... A delight' The Times 'Book of the Week'
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Narrated by Emmy-award winning actor Brendan Gleeson, Atlantic follows the fortunes of three small fishing communities - in Ireland, Norway and Newfoundland - bringing to the fore three very intimate stories from the global resource debate. As the oil majors drive deeper into their fragile seas, and the world's largest fishing companies push fish stocks to the brink, coastal communities and the resources they rely on are fast approaching a point of no return. Filmed in some of the most remote and breathtaking locations in the North Atlantic, and at close quarters with some of the sea's most captivating characters, Atlantic brings to the fore three very intimate stories from the global resource debate. It explores how modern day communities must learn from the past, in order to secure a brighter future.
The color Kindle edition of The Atlantic is now available on the Kindle Reading App for your Android device. Download issues at no extra cost from Archived Items. For more than 150 years, The Atlantic has been the premier magazine for coverage and analysis of current events, international affairs, and culture. A great deal has changed since Ralph Waldo Emerson, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, James Russell Lowell, and Harriet Beecher Stowe planned the first issue in 1857. But since its inception, The Atlantic has given voice to some of the most provocative ideas of its time, from Henry David Thoreau's blunt naturalism to Martin Luther King's calls for justice. Today, The Atlantic's readership numbers 1.5 million, and the magazine maintains an unwavering commitment to publishing authors whose ideas help move society forward. The Plastic Logic digital edition of The Atlantic contains most articles and some images found in the print edition. For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your reading device at the same time subscribers receive paper versions in their mailboxes. The Kindle Edition of The Atlantic contains most articles found in the print edition, but will not include all images. For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your Kindle at the same time the print edition hits the newsstand.
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