Friend Or Foe

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Friend or Foe is a gripping World War 2 story from Britain's best-loved children's author, Michael Morpurgo. Evacuated from London, David and Tucky feel like the war is a long way away from their new life in the countryside. Then one night the skyline of the moor is lit up with gun flashes, and the distant crump of bombing miles away brings the war back to them and shatters their new-found peace.

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Is it in our best interest to compete or to cooperate?Some have argued that humans are fundamentally competitive and that pursuing our self-interest is the best way to get ahead. Others believe that we are hard-wired to cooperate and are most successful when we collaborate with others. In Friend and Foe, leading psychologists Adam Galinsky and Maurice Schweitzer draw on original, cutting-edge research to explain why this debate misses the mark.

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Two children in wartime England find a German fighter pilot.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

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The fascinating story of women's internment during WWII in Port Erin and Port St Mary, Isle of Man. Published by Rushen Heritage Trust in association with Lily Publications. HOW WOMEN WITH DIFFERENT VIEWS MANAGED TO "RUB ALONG TOGETHER". How did seven different people, most of whom had never met before, come together to write the first ever book on Womens' Internment in WW2? They are members of Rushen Heritage Trust in the Isle of Man, and became fascinated by the remarkable people connected with the unique Rushen Womens' Camp in 1940 - 45: how locals and internees lived together in the same houses, forming many friendships, some lifelong; how they were all encircled by a barbed wire perimeter, including shops, houses, schools and beaches; why most internees wanted Britain to win the War; their hopes, fears, courage, and enterprise; the unique gender situation - at times over 85% of the total population in the two seaside towns of Port Erin and Port St.

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