Behind the Throne

Behind the Throne Author Thomas J. McCormick
ISBN-10 0299137406
Release 1993
Pages 271
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During the American rise to world power in the last hundred years, a new presidency has also arisen, a presidency that uses military, economic, political, and personal power that the constitutional founders of the 1780s would have thought highly improbable and dangerous. Behind the Throne argues that United States presidents have received foreign policy advice from a new breed of government servants whose first loyalties were to the chief executive, not the bureaucracy or the public. These "servants of power" defined world views for the president, not only advising but often taking action to implement those world views. The essays in this volume focus on nine servants of power: Brooks Adams, Charles A. Conant, Admiral William B. Caperton, Thomas W. Lamont, Adolf A. Berle, Thomas C. Mann, McGeorge Bundy, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and Gerald P. Nye. The rise of the United States to the status of the world's lone (and often highly perplexed and frustrated) superpower cannot be understood without understanding these nine influential men and their roles in recent American history. The volume also stands as a tribute to Fred Harvey Harrington, professor of history and former president of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. All of the contributors began their distinguished careers as students of Harrington.



Behind the Throne

Behind the Throne Author K. B. Wagers
ISBN-10 9780356508009
Release 2016-08-02
Pages 448
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Meet Hail: Captain. Gunrunner. Fugitive. Quick, sarcastic, and lethal, Hailimi Bristol doesn't suffer fools gladly. She has made a name for herself in the galaxy for everything except what she was born to do: rule the Indranan Empire. That is, until two Trackers drag her back to her home planet to take her rightful place as the only remaining heir. But trading her ship for a palace has more dangers than Hail could have anticipated. Caught in a web of plots and assassination attempts, Hail can't do the one thing she did twenty years ago: run away. She'll have to figure out who murdered her sisters if she wants to survive. A gun smuggler inherits the throne in this Star Wars-style science fiction adventure from debut author K. B. Wagers. Full of action-packed space opera exploits and courtly conspiracy - not to mention an all-out galactic war - Behind the Throne will please fans of James S. A Corey, Becky Chambers and Lois McMaster Bujold, or anyone who wonders what would happen if a rogue like Han Solo were handed the keys to an empire . . .



Behind the Throne

Behind the Throne Author Paul Herman Emden
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4009929
Release 1934
Pages 320
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Behind the Throne

Behind the Throne Author William Le Queux
ISBN-10 9785040479443
Release 2017-09-05
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Orbit George R R Martin The Power Behind the Throne

Orbit  George R R  Martin  The Power Behind the Throne Author J. S. Earls
ISBN-10
Release 2014
Pages 24
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This is the epic story of how a humble, comic-loving boy from Jersey became the modern, high king of fantasy. Best known for the Game of Thrones TV series, George R. R. Martin has Ñ over the decades Ñ "rewritten the book" on sci-fi, horror and fandom in ways few authors could. Come and discover the reason Time magazine named him "one of the most influential people in the world". Come and discover GEORGE R. R. MARTIN: The Power Behind the Thrones.



Graustark The Story of a Love Behind a Throne

Graustark  The Story of a Love Behind a Throne Author G.B. McCutcheon
ISBN-10 9781772468861
Release 2016-03-09
Pages 241
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The fiction of George Barr McCutcheon (1866-1928) proved so popular in his day that he, along with Anthony Hope, the author of "The Prisoner of Zenda," invented a whole new genre, now called the "Graustarkian novel," a charming product of a more innocent time when the Balkans could be the scene of adventurous romances set in imaginary countries. McCutcheon's Graustark no doubt borders Hope's Ruritania and Avram Davidson's more recent Scythia-Pannonia-Transbalkania. It was a place where an American adventurer could find himself or herself adrift, but rapidly caught up in intrigues, captures and escapes, and the perilously-hinged destiny of (at the very least) a royal throne or two. "Graustark" is one entry in this best-selling series, which also includes "The Prince of Graustark," "Truxton King," and "Beverly of Graustark."



Wild Women in the White House

Wild Women in the White House Author Autumn Stephens
ISBN-10 1573240699
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 211
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A compilation of anecdotes about the dalliances, confrontations, and controversies ignited by 120 famous and infamous women who shook the foundations of the White House, from First Lady Luise Adams to singer Eartha Kitt. Original. IP.



Queen Consorts of England

Queen Consorts of England Author Margot Arnold
ISBN-10 0816029008
Release 1993
Pages 309
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Offers brief profiles of the wives of reigning kings, including Eleanor of Aquitaine and Anne Boleyn, and describes their influence on the royal court



The Power Behind the Throne

The Power Behind the Throne Author Steven Savile
ISBN-10 1905586450
Release 2010
Pages 279
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When SG-1 sets off to free the Mujina from Apophis, Colonel O'Neill's team must confront the Raven King, an insane leader on a nightmarish planet.



Buckingham

Buckingham Author Pamela Womack
ISBN-10 1445636352
Release 2016-05-19
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Who rules the kingdom? The King. Who rules the King? The Duke. Who rules the Duke? The devil. At Portsmouth on 23 August 1628 bonfires were lit in wild celebration at the news that the powerful favorite George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, had been stabbed to death. As the news spread throughout the realm, so did the celebrations, but while the country rejoiced, their young monarch, King Charles I, wept his heart out in solitary grief for the person he loved most in the world. Only three years into his reign, Charles would never forgive Parliament for its role in the murder of his martyr and the joyous celebrations drove a permanent rift between the king and his people. It was a brutal and shocking end to the fairytale story of the handsome young man from rural Leicestershire who had risen from obscure beginnings to become the most powerful, most hated and most feared royal favorite in English history.Following the first meeting of King James I and George Villiers in August 1614, George was invited to court and his relationship with James, the nature of which continues to be debated, became a source of contemporary gossip and slander. He maintained a mesmeric hold over James and increased his power over James s successor, Charles I, until many believed that the duke was the real power behind the throne.Through a close look at Buckingham and his most intimate relationships, Pamela Womack sheds fresh light upon the character and influence of a man whose phenomenal good looks, charisma and dominating personality enslaved two king; a man who profoundly impacted English and European history; a man who caused national unrest, revolt and ultimately sowed the seeds of civil war."



Elizabeth the Queen

Elizabeth the Queen Author Sally Bedell Smith
ISBN-10 9780141973333
Release 2012-02-02
Pages 688
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An intimate portrait of Her Majesty the Queen, from the moment a young Princess Elizabeth discovered her destiny to becoming our longest-serving monarch nine decades later. This definitive biography of Queen Elizabeth II is the first all-round, up-close picture of one of the most fascinating, enigmatic and admired women in the world. With exclusive access to the Queen's personal letters, close friends and associates, this intimate biography is a treasure trove of fresh insights on her public persona and her private life. Here we see Queen Elizabeth going about her daily duties, preparing for formal occasions, playing with her children at the Palace, crawling on her stomach to stalk deer, donning yellow Marigolds to wash up after Balmoral cookouts, and even changing a car wheel. Here we, at last, get to meet the leader, strategist, and diplomat; the daughter, wife, mother and grandmother - Elizabeth the Queen.



The Girl behind the Throne

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The Cecils

The Cecils Author David Loades
ISBN-10 1905615558
Release 2009-08-12
Pages 312
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For over 50 years one family dominated England's high offices of state. William and Robert Cecil, father and son, held unparalleled power as statesmen, diplomats, counsellors and spymasters throughout Elizabeth's reign and long beyond. From Privy Councillor to Chief Secretary of State and Lord High Treasurer, both exerted far-reaching influence to secure the Queen's realm and legacy. They enjoyed her reliance and trust, and Robert the gratitude of her successor James I, yet each inhabited a perilous world where favour brought enemies and a wrong step could lead to disaster. In "The Cecils", David Loades reveals the personal and political lives of these remarkable men. He shows how father and son negotiated volatile court life, battling flamboyant favourites like Robert Dudley and the ill-fated Earl of Essex and playing for time to stabilise a country still torn by religious divide. He discovers the contradictory characters of these advocates of caution who nevertheless took great personal risks, such as William's role in the execution of Mary Queen of Scots and Robert's secret negotiations with James VI of Scotland before Elizabeth's death.Yet these principled public servants - who put the interests of the State before their own - still amassed large personal wealth, and relished its display at their great houses of Burghley, Theobalds and Hatfield. From the early days of turmoil, when William escaped the fate of Thomas Seymour and honed his strategies for survival, to the shadowy intrigues of the Jacobean court, this is a fascinating portrait of men who shaped an extraordinary age.



Mereruka and King Teti

Mereruka and King Teti Author Naguib Kanawati
ISBN-10 9774376005
Release 2007
Pages 92
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The King Whisperers

The King Whisperers Author Kerwin C. Swint
ISBN-10 1402772017
Release 2011
Pages 328
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High-class armchair travel at its very best! Mona Lisa's Pajamas gives readers a round-trip ticket for a journey around the world, carrying them to distant destinations most of us will never visit. Originally written for The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News, A. Craig Copetas's delightfully surprising columns are now collected in book form for the first time. Covering exotic locales, improbable business ventures, artisan winemakers and memorably oddball characters, Copetas's vivid writing brings his subjects alive with richly-textured descriptions only a truly gifted observer can capture. From Sparta's souvenir sword-makers swamped with demand thanks to the hit movie 300, to a Russian golf pro whose favourite clubs were built from the scrapped metal of a Soviet nuclear missile, Copetas writes of unorthodox business pursuits and faraway locations with an infectious joie de vivre and an unerring eye for what makes enjoyable reading.



Shadow Behind the Throne

Shadow Behind the Throne Author
ISBN-10 8185921849
Release 2016
Pages 232
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Das Lied von Eis und Feuer 02

Das Lied von Eis und Feuer 02 Author George R.R. Martin
ISBN-10 9783641047153
Release 2010-09-07
Pages 544
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Die größte Fantasy-Saga unserer Zeit Eddard Stark, der Lord von Winterfell, ist dem Ruf seines Königs und Freundes Robert Baratheon gefolgt und hat seine kalte Heimat im hohen Norden verlassen, um Robert als Berater und Stellvertreter zu dienen. Eddard ist ein geradliniger, tapferer und aufrechter Mann, der sich jeder Gefahr mit dem Schwert entgegenstellen würde – aber die Ränke der Mächtigen bei Hof sind nichts, was man mit einem Schwert bekämpfen kann ... Das Lied von Eis und Feuer - Game of Thrones