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    Jan Morris: Heavens Command D

    Heavens Command D
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    • An Imperial Progress. unabridged
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    • Label: NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS, 2011
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ISBN-13: 9781843794653
    • Bestellnummer: 7282201
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    • Spielzeit: 1210:00 Min.
    • Label: Naxos Audiobooks
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    • Bestellnummer: 7282201
    • Erscheinungstermin: 15.4.2011

    • Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!

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    Disk 1 von 16

    1. 1 Jan Morris Introduction
    2. 2 Heaven's Command: An Imperial Progress
    3. 3 Chapter 1: 2
    4. 4 Chapter 1: 3
    5. 5 Chapter 1: 4
    6. 6 In Liverpool, Bristol and Glasgow, entire communities?
    7. 7 Chapter 1: 5
    8. 8 Chapter 2: High And Holy Work
    9. 9 The refinery had a churchy look, its limestone finely dressed?
    10. 10 Chapter 2: 3
    11. 11 Chapter 2: 4
    12. 12 Chapter 2: 5
    13. 13 Chapter 2: 6
    14. 14 Freetown society was rich and strange. The founders?
    15. 15 Chapter 2: 7

    Disk 2 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 3: Sweet Lives
    2. 2 Chapter 3: 2
    3. 3 Chapter 3: 3
    4. 4 It was idealism that changed all this.
    5. 5 Chapter 3: 4
    6. 6 Chapter 3: 5
    7. 7 Chapter 3: 6
    8. 8 Retief was delighted, and the Boers rode back?
    9. 9 Chapter 3: 7
    10. 10 Chapter 3: 8
    11. 11 Chapter 3: 9
    12. 12 Chapter 3: 10
    13. 13 Chapter 4: Roots Into Their Soil
    14. 14 Chapter 4: 2
    15. 15 Chapter 4: 3
    16. 16 Chapter 4: 4
    17. 17 Chapter 4: 5
    18. 18 Each Thug hunting posse with its attendant apostates ready for?

    Disk 3 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 4: 6
    2. 2 Chapter 4: 7
    3. 3 Chapter 5: Laws Of War
    4. 4 Chapter 5: 2
    5. 5 Chapter 5: 3
    6. 6 Chapter 5: 4
    7. 7 Chapter 5: 5
    8. 8 Chapter 5: 6
    9. 9 Chapter 5: 7
    10. 10 Here, the Kabul army ensconced itself, with all its camels and camp?
    11. 11 Chapter 5: 8
    12. 12 Chapter 5: 9
    13. 13 Chapter 5: 10
    14. 14 Chapter 5: 11
    15. 15 Chapter 5: 12
    16. 16 Chapter 5: 13
    17. 17 Chapter 6: Merchant Venturing
    18. 18 Chapter 6: 2

    Disk 4 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 6: 3
    2. 2 Chapter 6: 4
    3. 3 Chapter 6: 5
    4. 4 Chapter 6: 6
    5. 5 Yet it inspired amongst its employees a truly romantic sense?
    6. 6 Chapter 6: 7
    7. 7 Chapter 6: 8
    8. 8 Chapter 6: 9
    9. 9 Chapter 7: White Settlers
    10. 10 Chapter 7: 2
    11. 11 Chapter 7: 3
    12. 12 So, the little city had been elevated by a number of good Regency?
    13. 13 Aborigines wandered drunk and dispossessed?
    14. 14 Chapter 7: 4
    15. 15 The first party disembarked upon the shore of what is now called?
    16. 16 Chapter 7: 5

    Disk 5 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 7: 6
    2. 2 Chapter 8: An Act Of God
    3. 3 Chapter 8: 2
    4. 4 Chapter 8: 3
    5. 5 The more cruelly the peasant was exploited, the more his family?
    6. 6 Chapter 8: 4
    7. 7 Chapter 8: 5
    8. 8 Mallow too had its castle, in a park at the end of town?
    9. 9 Chapter 8: 6
    10. 10 Chapter 8: 7
    11. 11 Even as the force paraded, news arrived that a body of police?
    12. 12 Chapter 8: 8
    13. 13 Chapter 8: 9
    14. 14 Chapter 9: What A Fine Man
    15. 15 Chapter 9: 2
    16. 16 Chapter 9: 3
    17. 17 Chapter 9: 4

    Disk 6 von 16

    1. 1 A commission of some 80 young company men imposed?
    2. 2 Chapter 9: 5
    3. 3 John Lawrence grew into something different.
    4. 4 Chapter 9: 6
    5. 5 Like so many of his contemporaries, Nicholson first saw?
    6. 6 Chapter 9: 7
    7. 7 Part 2 Chapter 10: The Growing Conviction
    8. 8 Chapter 10: 2
    9. 9 Chapter 10: 3
    10. 10 Chapter 10: 4
    11. 11 And most of all the railways: those supremely British?
    12. 12 Chapter 10: 5
    13. 13 Chapter 10: 6
    14. 14 There were mills on the southern shore, and all around them?
    15. 15 Chapter 10: 7
    16. 16 Chapter 10: 8
    17. 17 Chapter 10: 9

    Disk 7 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 11: The Epic Of The Race
    2. 2 Chapter 11: 2
    3. 3 Chapter 11: 3
    4. 4 Chapter 11: 4
    5. 5 Chapter 11: 5
    6. 6 Chapter 11: 6
    7. 7 Chapter 11: 7
    8. 8 This pathetic action was to enter the mythology of the Empire?
    9. 9 Yet on June 23 the most determined rebel assault was beaten off.
    10. 10 Chapter 11: 8
    11. 11 Many of the Indian sepoys now deserted and by July 1858?
    12. 12 At the end of October word filtered in that a second relieving force?
    13. 13 Chapter 11: 9
    14. 14 Chapter 11: 10
    15. 15 Chapter 12: Pan And Mr. Gladstone
    16. 16 Chapter 12: 2
    17. 17 Chapter 12: 3

    Disk 8 von 16

    1. 1 The gang plank was thrown ashore and from the cutter?
    2. 2 Chapter 12: 4
    3. 3 Chapter 12: 5
    4. 4 Chapter 12: 6
    5. 5 Chapter 12: 7
    6. 6 Chapter 12: 8
    7. 7 Chapter 12: 9
    8. 8 Chapter 12: 10
    9. 9 Chapter 12: 11
    10. 10 Chapter 13: The Imperial Style
    11. 11 Chapter 13: 2
    12. 12 Hill stations were never thought of by the Moghul rulers of India?
    13. 13 Chapter 13: 3
    14. 14 Chapter 13: 4
    15. 15 Chapter 13: 5
    16. 16 Chapter 13: 6
    17. 17 Chapter 13: 7
    18. 18 Chapter 14: Illustrious For The Nile
    19. 19 Chapter 14: 2

    Disk 9 von 16

    1. 1 In February 1858 they together became?
    2. 2 Chapter 14: 3
    3. 3 Chapter 14: 4
    4. 4 Chapter 14: 5
    5. 5 Chapter 14: 6
    6. 6 Chapter 14: 7
    7. 7 Chapter 14: 8
    8. 8 Chapter 15: Governor Eyre
    9. 9 Chapter 15: 2
    10. 10 Chapter 15: 3
    11. 11 Chapter 15: 4
    12. 12 Chapter 15: 5
    13. 13 Chapter 15: 6
    14. 14 Chapter 15: 7
    15. 15 Chapter 15: 8
    16. 16 Chapter 15: 9
    17. 17 Chapter 15: 10
    18. 18 Chapter 16: Ain't The Pentateuch Queer

    Disk 10 von 16

    1. 1 Explorers such as Speake or Grant saw themselves as God's scouts?
    2. 2 Chapter 16: 2
    3. 3 'But God has given us one little thing?'
    4. 4 Chapter 16: 3
    5. 5 In Cape Town Bishop Robert Gray, the Metropolitan?
    6. 6 Farcical scenes ensued. Colenzo, returning from London?
    7. 7 Chapter 16: 4
    8. 8 This occasion figures in every Anglo Indian memoir of the period.
    9. 9 Chapter 16: 5
    10. 10 Chapter 16: 6
    11. 11 Chapter 17: The Humiliation Of The Metis
    12. 12 Chapter 17: 2
    13. 13 Red River was the only sizeable settlement in Central Canada.
    14. 14 Chapter 17: 3
    15. 15 Chapter 17: 4
    16. 16 Chapter 17: 5
    17. 17 Chapter 17: 6
    18. 18 Chapter 17: 7

    Disk 11 von 16

    1. 1 Wolseley was to talk about it for the rest of his life?
    2. 2 Chapter 17: 8
    3. 3 Chapter 17: 9
    4. 4 Chapter 18 In The Pacific
    5. 5 Chapter 18: 2
    6. 6 Chapter 18: 3
    7. 7 All this made for a rag-bag cosmopolitan society.
    8. 8 Cakobau was a Christian and knew white men very well.
    9. 9 Chapter 18: 4
    10. 10 Between the two communities lay the islands of The Strait.
    11. 11 By the end of July, the British had landed a force of Royal Marines?
    12. 12 Chapter 18: 5
    13. 13 Part Three The Imperial Obsession Chapter 19
    14. 14 Chapter 19: 2
    15. 15 Gladstone's most celebrated tour de force?
    16. 16 Mr. Gladstone preferred chopping trees down?
    17. 17 Chapter 19: 3

    Disk 12 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 19: 4
    2. 2 Chapter 19: 5
    3. 3 Chapter 20: Ashanti
    4. 4 Chapter 20: 2
    5. 5 Chapter 20: 3
    6. 6 Chapter 20: 4
    7. 7 Chapter 20: 5
    8. 8 Chapter 20: 6
    9. 9 Chapter 20: 7
    10. 10 Chapter 21: By The Sword
    11. 11 Chapter 21: 2
    12. 12 It was still essentially an army of Empire, different in kind?
    13. 13 Chapter 21: 3
    14. 14 Socially, The Royal Navy had gone up in the world?
    15. 15 Chapter 21: 4
    16. 16 Chapter 21: 5
    17. 17 In 1875 a promising prospect was reported to him.
    18. 18 Chapter 21: 6

    Disk 13 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 22: South Of The Zambezi
    2. 2 Chapter 22: 2
    3. 3 Chapter 22: 3
    4. 4 Such a mission suited his temperament.
    5. 5 Chapter 22: 4
    6. 6 Frere had early reached the decision?
    7. 7 Chapter 22: 5
    8. 8 Chapter 22: 6
    9. 9 Chapter 22: 7
    10. 10 Chapter 22: 8
    11. 11 Chapter 22: 9
    12. 12 His little assault force, about 400 strong, climbed the precipitous?
    13. 13 Chapter 22: 10
    14. 14 Chapter 23: The End Of The Tasmanians
    15. 15 Chapter 23: 2
    16. 16 Chapter 23: 3

    Disk 14 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 23: 4
    2. 2 Chapter 23: 5
    3. 3 Chapter 23: 6
    4. 4 Chapter 23: 7
    5. 5 Presently, Robinson himself, having rounded up every last aboriginal?
    6. 6 Chapter 23: 8
    7. 7 Chapter 23: 9
    8. 8 Chapter 24: The Rebel Prince
    9. 9 Chapter 24: 2
    10. 10 Chapter 24: 3
    11. 11 Chapter 24: 4
    12. 12 Chapter 24: 5
    13. 13 Through the land league, Parnell ruthlessly exploited?
    14. 14 Chapter 24: 6
    15. 15 Chapter 24: 7

    Disk 15 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 24: 8
    2. 2 But in the same month as the presentation of the Home Rule Bill?
    3. 3 Chapter 24: 9
    4. 4 Some say that O'Shea sued for divorce?
    5. 5 Chapter 24: 10
    6. 6 Chapter 25 The Martyr Of Empire
    7. 7 Chapter 25: 2
    8. 8 Chapter 25: 3
    9. 9 Chapter 25: 4
    10. 10 Garnett Wolseley called Gordon 'God's Friend'?
    11. 11 Chapter 25: 5
    12. 12 Next, Gordon began to hint?
    13. 13 He wrote his journal in his stifling upstairs bedroom.
    14. 14 Chapter 25: 6
    15. 15 Chapter 25: 7

    Disk 16 von 16

    1. 1 Chapter 25: 8
    2. 2 Chapter 25: 9
    3. 3 Chapter 26: Scramble For Africa
    4. 4 Kruger looked upon Johannesburg as a more fallible Moses might?
    5. 5 Chapter 26: 2
    6. 6 Chapter 26: 3
    7. 7 Chapter 26: 4
    8. 8 Lugard has not been invited?
    9. 9 Chapter 26: 5
    10. 10 Yet, like an infuriating particle of grit?
    11. 11 Chapter 26: 6
    12. 12 Chapter 26: 7
    13. 13 Chapter 27: An Imperial Fulfilment
    14. 14 Chapter 27: 2
    15. 15 Chapter 27: 3
    16. 16 Chapter 27: 4
    17. 17 Chapter 27: 5