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Thu Oct 16 17:50:38 2014 UTCviaf-1017553830.00Hitler : 1941-1945 : nemezis /0.270.47Religie /101755383lccn-n79117119Cook, Robin(1940- ).lccn-n82090901Kershaw, Ian(1943- ).lccn-no2003127757Dom Wydawniczy Rebispbllccn-n79000486Zmierczak, Maria(1947- ).np-bartold, robertBartołd, Robertlccn-no2003055435Repcheck, Jacklccn-n79007249Anthony, Piers(1934- ).lccn-n98058456Buckles, Lukelccn-n85272061Toropov, Brandonlccn-n85026606Lambert, AngelaBandel, PrzemysławFictionBiographyHistoryCommunicable diseasesGermanyHitler, Adolf,Political scienceAntisemitismPolandAstronomy, MedievalMistressesAstronomersBraun, EvaHeads of stateFamiliesCopernicus, Nicolaus,Life on other planetsArchitectureEconomic historyVirusesWorld War (1939-1945)Military campaignsAtlantic OceanNationalismEquatorial GuineaNew York (State)--New YorkAustriaNational socialismForensic pathologists199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201320141353488891.7PS3553.O5545159ocn749294527book19970.23Cook, RobinChromosom 6FictionA medical thriller about an African farm where genetically engineered subhumans are bred to provide organs for transplants. The racket is uncovered by two doctors investigating a bizarre murder in New York City137ocn297692538book19960.20Cook, RobinZarazaFictionDr. John Stapleton, who became a pathologist after he lost his job and his family, investigates a series of extremely lethal illnesses that seem to originate in hospitals owned by a giant medical corporation136ocn297756507book19980.21Cook, RobinInwazjaFiction86ocn052360276book20020.22Kershaw, IanHitler, 1936-1941 : nemezisBiography77ocn830622051book20010.19Kershaw, IanHitler : 1889-1936 : HybrisHistoryBiography73ocn314161462book20080.21Repcheck, JackSekret Kopernika : jak się zaczęła rewolucja naukowaBiographyNicolaus Copernicus gave the world perhaps the most important scientific insight of the modern age, the theory that the earth and the other planets revolve around the sun, and that the earth rotates on its axis every 24 hours--nearly everyone then believed that a perfectly still earth rested in the middle of the cosmos, where all the heavenly bodies revolved around it. A transcendent genius, Copernicus was also a flawed and conflicted person. During the tumultuous years of the early Reformation, he may have been sympathetic to the teachings of the Lutherans. Supremely confident intellectually, he hesitated to disseminate his work--in fact, he kept it a secret, and the manuscript containing his theory, which he refined for at least twenty years, remained "hidden among my things." It might never have been published if not for the enthusiasm of a young mathematician who journeyed hundreds of miles to meet him.--From publisher description63ocn137262824book20060.22Lambert, AngelaPrzegrane życie Ewy BraunBiography66ocn751235306book20010.31Kershaw, IanHitler63ocn749550564book20000.47Toropov, BrandonReligie44ocn749221457book20020.47Kershaw, IanHitler44ocn749570020book20030.47Kershaw, IanHitler44ocn864176885book2003Kershaw, IanHitler : 1941-1945 : nemezis32ocn749652751book19980.26Nesmith, Eleanor LynnArchitekturaHistory32ocn316439644book20080.47Haughton, BrianUkryta historia : zaginione cywilizacje, wiedza tajemna i starożytne zagadki32ocn749417743book20060.26Ireland, BernardBitwa o Atlantyk : walka z niemieckimi okrętami podwodnymi21ocn750726799book19940.47Hughes, FrancineOpowieść o Jaskiniowcach21ocn749685236book19990.47Wells, MarthaŻywioł ognia21ocn749716906book20050.47Paxton, Robert OAnatomia faszyzmu21ocn749426674book20050.47Watkins, SteveNiezapomniane chwile, które warto przeżyć choć raz21ocn750693770book19940.47Larson, WendyYabba-dabba-doo!Thu Oct 16 15:11:58 EDT 2014batch9755