History

Encyclopedia of United States Army Insignia and Uniforms

Author: William K. Emerson

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

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Category: History

Page: 674

View: 768

army branches - infantry, artillery, cavalry, and engineers - as well as the service and support branches comprising doctors and nurses, chaplains, musicians, quartermasters, military police, and the many others who have made up the U.S. Army. Insignia worn by all soldiers, such as eagles, devices with the letters US, and other letters and numbers, are also described and illustrated. Historians, military collectors, military reenactors, antique dealers and collectors,
Ski racing

Ski Racing

Author: Curtis W. Casewit

Publisher:

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Category: Ski racing

Page: 186

View: 784

Sports & Recreation

Ski Games

Author: Laurie Gullion

Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 180

View: 469

With the programme in Ski Games, children can learn basic skills faster, develop more confidence, and enjoy skiing more in a carefree, non-competitive environment. The book will enable teachers or parents to teach skiing playfully and positively, develop solid skiers at young ages, teach specific skills through activities that focus on those skills, teach different age groups, and much more.
Colorado

Ski Town!

Author: Don Stanford

Publisher:

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Category: Colorado

Page: 212

View: 453

An accident on the slopes, changes the lives and focus of several of the young men and women gathered to work or play at the ski lodge.
Skis and skiing

America's Ski Book

Author: Willy Schaeffler

Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Company

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Category: Skis and skiing

Page: 511

View: 191

A comprehensive, illustrated guide to skiing.
Aeronautics

AAHS Journal

Author: American Aviation Historical Society

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Category: Aeronautics

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View: 470

Skis and skiing

Ski Fever

Author: Curtis W. Casewit

Publisher:

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Category: Skis and skiing

Page: 96

View: 995

Crossed Skis

Author: Carol Carnac

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Category:

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View: 679

"Crossed Skis Means Danger Ahead... In Bloomsbury, London, Inspector Brook of Scotland Yard looks down at a dismal scene. The victim of a ruthless murder lies burnt beyond recognition, his possessions and papers destroyed by fire. But there is one strange, yet promising, lead-a lead which suggests the involvement of a skier. Meanwhile, piercing sunshine beams down on the sparkling snow of the Austrian Alps, where a merry group of holidaymakers are heading towards Lech am Arlberg. Eight men and eight women take to the slopes, but, as the C.I.D. scrambles to crack the perplexing case in Britain, the ski party are soon to become sixteen suspects"--
Sports & Recreation

The Sportsman's Encyclopedia

Author: Bill Burton

Publisher: Smithmark Pub

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 638

View: 616

Provides information on the rules, skills, techniques, and fundamentals of thirty-four popular team and individual sports.
Skis and skiing

One, Two, Ski!

Author: Anita Verschoth

Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group

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Category: Skis and skiing

Page: 126

View: 716

Explains the basics of a new skiing method which is freer, easier, and more natural than the previous rigid parallel method. Includes a brief history of skiing techniques around the world.
First aid in illness and injury

Outdoor Emergency Care

Author: Warren D. Bowman

Publisher:

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Category: First aid in illness and injury

Page: 466

View: 300