Küssen hat eine lange Tradition in den Ritualen der Liebe, um einander Zuneigung zu zeigen. In diesem vergnüglichen, überholten Leitfaden, der ursprünglich im Jahr 1936 veröffentlicht wurde, erläutert Hugh Morris dieses wunderbare Ritual. Es dreht sich alles darum, wieso Menschen küssen, wie man sich auf einen Kuss vorbereitet und den Reiz von frechen Kussspielen, sowie Anregungen, wie sich Abwechslung ins Küssen bringen lässt – mit Kussanleitungen wie dem „French Soul´´, „Vacuum´´, „Eyelash´´, „Nip´´, „Dancing Kiss´´ und sogar dem „Surprise Kiss´´!
I know I should be afraid of him. He´s huge. Powerful. Cold as ice. But the way he gazes at me makes me weak.... Now we´re on the run together. They say he´s a monster, but I´ve glimpsed the person inside. The man sent to kill me is the only one who can save me, and I might be the only one who can save him. Contains mature themes. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christian Fox, Lucy Rivers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/005803de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A new account of America´s most controversial diplomat that moves beyond praise or condemnation to reveal Kissinger as the architect of America´s current imperial stance In his fascinating new book Kissinger´s Shadow , acclaimed historian Greg Grandin argues that to understand the crisis of contemporary America-its never-ending wars abroad and political polarization at home-we have to understand Henry Kissinger. Examining Kissinger´s own writings, as well as a wealth of newly declassified documents, Grandin reveals how Richard Nixon´s top foreign policy advisor, even as he was presiding over defeat in Vietnam and a disastrous, secret, and illegal war in Cambodia, was helping to revive a militarized version of American exceptionalism centered on an imperial presidency. Believing that reality could be bent to his will, insisting that intuition is more important in determining policy than hard facts, and vowing that past mistakes should never hinder future bold action, Kissinger anticipated, even enabled, the ascendance of the neoconservative idealists who took America into crippling wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Going beyond accounts focusing either on Kissinger´s crimes or accomplishments, Grandin offers a compelling new interpretation of the diplomat´s continuing influence on how the United States views its role in the world.
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An unrivalled insight into the early life of Henry Kissinger ´No interviews about my private life´ has always been Henry Kissinger´s response to curious journalists. But journalist Evi Kurz from Furth, the Kissingers´ home town in southern Germany, proposed a family portrait and eventually won the trust of both brothers. This is the story of two Americans of German-Jewish descent: one of them a key figure in Cold War diplomacy and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, the other a top businessman - two lives which are exemplars of the American dream. When Henry was born in 1923 and Walter in 1924 the Kissingers had for decades been part of a flourishing Jewish midde class in Furth, a market town in northern Bavaria. Evi Kurz describes the gradual but remorseless destruction of this community in the 1930s; the Kissinger family´s decision to flee to London and then New York in 1938; the war years in America; and the hugely successful careers in postwar America of both brothers, who always remembered their home and roots in a small German town.
With the publication of his magisterial biography of John F. Kennedy, An Unfinished Life , Robert Dallek cemented his reputation as one of the greatest historians of our time. Now, in this epic joint biography, he offers a provocative, groundbreaking portrait of a pair of outsize leaders whose unlikely partnership dominated the world stage and changed the course of history. More than thirty years after working side-by-side in the White House, Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger remain two of the most compelling, contradictory, and powerful men in America in the second half of the twentieth century. While their personalities could hardly have seemed more different, they were drawn together by the same magnetic force. Both were largely self-made men, brimming with ambition, driven by their own inner demons, and often ruthless in pursuit of their goals. At the height of their power, the collaboration and rivalry between them led to a sweeping series of policies that would leave a defining mark on the Nixon presidency. Tapping into a wealth of recently declassified archives, Robert Dallek uncovers fascinating details about Nixon and Kissinger´s tumultuous personal relationship and the extent to which they struggled to outdo each other in the reach for achievements in foreign affairs. Dallek also brilliantly analyzes their dealings with power brokers at home and abroad—including the nightmare of Vietnam, the unprecedented opening to China, détente with the Soviet Union, the Yom Kippur War in the Middle East, the disastrous overthrow of Allende in Chile, and growing tensions between India and Pakistan—while recognizing how both men were continually plotting to distract the American public´s attention from the growing scandal of Watergate. With unprecedented detail, Dallek reveals Nixon´s erratic behavior during Watergate and the extent to which Kissinger was complicit in trying to help Nixon use national security to prevent his impeachment or resignation. Illuminating, authoritative, revelatory, and utterly engrossing, Nixon and Kissinger provides a startling new picture of the immense power and sway these two men held in changing world history.
Every single (and soon-to-be-single) woman knows the Dating Horror Stories. The guy who charms your panties off before he bolts. The funeral planner with a foot fetish. The Early Ejaculator. Or that filmmaker looking for a soul mate?provided you don´t mind he lied about his height, his weight, his wife, and... oh look, a micropenis. How nice. The bad news is that these guys exist. The good news? There are ways to find them, avoid them, and concentrate your energies on non-fuckwits. Who, as it turns out, also exist. Hurrah! From deciphering Man Speak to the sexy perks of 30-year-old men, Catfishing 101, navigating hookup culture, and the safety precautions every woman should take, author Alethea Spiridon taps into her own hilarious?and occasionally heart-crushing?experiences in the dating world. Funny, forthright, and hopeful, Kissing Strangers is a survival-based how-to guide about looking for love online ... and how to separate the men from the frogs.