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Odkurzacz EIO Hardfloor New Style Eco 2000 - Made in GERMANY !
- Tryb pracy energooszczędnej ECO - Regulacja mocy ssania - Duży wielowarstwowy worek na kurz o pojemności 3,5 l - Filtr HEPA, mikrofiltr powietrza wylotowego - Wskaźnik wymiany worka - Promień pracy 9 m - Automatycznie zwijany kabel - Gumowane kółka
Odkurzacz EIO Topo New Style Eco 1800 - Made in GERMANY !
- Wielostopniowa filtracja - Energooszczędny tryb pracy ECO - Regulacja mocy ssania - Wskaźnik sygnalizujący konieczność zmiany worka - Duży papierowy worek o pojemności 3,5 l - Automatycznie zwijany kabel - Promień pracy 9 m - Uchwyt dla łatwego przenoszenia - Możliwość przechowywania w pionie
Odkurzacz dla alergików EIO Varia Allergy New Style Eco 2000 - Made in GERMANY !
- Odkurzacz z przeznaczeniem dla alergików - Tryb pracy energooszczędnej ECO - Filtr HEPA 12 przy silniku - Wskaźnik wymiany worka - Regulacja mocy ssania - Automatycznie zwijany kabel - Duży wielowarstwowy worek na kurz o pojemności 3,5 l - Promień pracy 9 m - Gumowane kółka - System blokady kółek
"Wydajność 11 400 l/h, max. SW: 3,2 m , 90 W. Filtr wstępny o dużej powierzchni filtracyjnej pozwala na tłoczenie zanieczyszczeń o wielkości do 10mm.AquaMax Eco Premium 6000/12000 12V - dzięki technice 12 V idealny do stosowania w stawów kąpielowych.Enviroment Function Control (OASE) zabezpiecza przed pracą na sucho. W pełni nadający się do przezimowania dzięki zastosowaniu zabezpieczeniu przeciwmrozowemu (do -20 C).Przyłącze węża na ssaniu i tłoczeniu nadaje się do węży od 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2".Długość kabla wynosi 10m.Gwarancja 3 lata"
Catholic Germany from the Reformation to the Enlightenment
This is one of the first book length studies available in English of the development of Catholic identity and a specific German Catholic culture in the 300 years after the Reformation. The book emphasizes the particular nature of Church institutions in Germany and the vital role of the wider population in the creation of Catholic practice and belief. It also examines how the Catholic Church reacted to various crises, while the central chapters analyze the nature of Baroque Catholicism. ''A crisp,
EBOOK Beauty and Art 1750-2000 1/e - produkt DOSTĘPNY w magazynie, NATYCHMIASTOWA wysyłka, ODBIÓR w Białymsotku za 0zł!
What do we mean when we call a work of art beautiful ? How do perceptions of beauty change with the passage of time? Elizabeth Prettejohn explores these crucial questions, showing the vital relationship between our changing notions of beauty and specific works of art. She charts the story of western art, from eighteenth-century Germany to the late 20th century, from Kauffman to Whistler, Ingres to Rossetti, Cezanne to Jackson Pollock.
EBOOK Fall of the Berlin Wall:The Revolutionary Legacy of 1989 - produkt DOSTĘPNY w magazynie, NATYCHMIASTOWA wysyłka, ODBIÓR w Białymsotku za 0zł!
The Revolutionary Legacy of 1989 This book takes a fresh look at how the leaders in four vital centers of world politics reacted to this momentous event. A more complete picture emerges of what these leaders thought as the events were unfolding and what they anticipated would happen next. Jeffrey Engel, who contributes a chronological narrative of this tumultuous period, has brought together preeminent scholars who explore 1989 from the perspective of the United States, China, Germany and Europe, and the Soviet Union.
In the summer of 1943 the German army stood poised for a major offensive. The attack was aimed at the Kursk salient, which the Germans intended to isolate, trapping large numbers of Russian troops and paving the way for the decisive campaign to knock the Soviet Union out of the war. By the time of the attack, the Russians had turned the salient into a mass of defensive positions. In the following decisive clash, the Soviets bled Germany''s vital Panzer forces white and finally took the initiative
The Royal Hungarian Army was Germany''s largest ally on the Eastern Front during World War II (1939-1945), providing a vital contribution in terms of both men and equipment. Information about the Hungarian Army in English is rare, and in this book co-authors Nigel Thomas and Hungarian expert Laszlo Szabo fill in the gaps about an important German ally. Deployed in Ukraine at the beginning of the war, the Hungarian Army were involved in a number of brutal encounters with the Red Army, including st
The RAF''s Fortress Mk.Is were unique in at least one way, they were the first Boeing B-17s to see action during WW2. This was made possible by two different but complementary requirements. The British were looking for another way to bomb Germany and Occupied Europe by day and the Americans would be pleased to see how their bombing strategy would work out, and the limits of this strategy, which the B-17 had been designed to perform. The Americans, who were always in the background of the European
The German architectural practice KSP has become a leader in innovative reconstruction and redesign of old buildings. This survey features a number of their projects throughout Germany the refurbishing of an office tower in the heart of Frankfurt; a housing complex converted to a hotel; a state-ofthe- art library that once housed a bank; and more. Interviews with engineers, architectural historians, and conservators offer a wide variety of perspectives on the value of re-use, the importance of h
As the pace of life increases and the effects of globalisation invade more and more areas of everyday life, free time becomes an increasingly precious resource. For those who are experiencing a shortage of free time - a ''time squeeze'' - and for the growing numbers looking forward to abundant free time in retirement, leisure has never been more vital for ensuring individual and social health and wellbeing and the enhancement of social capital and the quality of life. This book is an expanded and
Since the beginning of the Cold War in the 1940s, the United States has been the leader of a far-ranging alliance system, which includes countries from Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The history of these alliances presents one of the most interesting episodes in modern diplomacy. Many countries and their governments saw their relationship to the United States as a vital one. The link was a source of economic and political aid, strategic backing, intelligence cooperation, or for joint regional efforts. Complicating these relationships, however, were the different objectives of the individual countries and, in some cases, conflicts between the allies themselves. Also present was the tension of divergent interests between the junior and senior partners. At times, only the need to combat the spread of communist-bloc influence bound these partners together. Several historic changes have forced major adjustments to these relationships. The Cold War''s end removed a fundamental cause of these alliances and perhaps part of the motivation for maintaining them. In its absence, priority has switched to regional conflicts and other more local issues. The United States'' post-Cold international role has been challenged by domestic needs. Yet American responsibilities are, if anything, enhanced in an essentially unipolar world. More than ever before the United States has a capacity for global hegemony. This work explores the development of the United States'' alliances from the American perspective, as well as from that of its most important allies - Britain, Germany, the Gulf States, Israel, Turkey, Australia, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
The escape of ultra-orthodox Jewish leader Rebbe Schneersohn from Hitler''s Warsaw in 1939 has always been a subject of speculation. This book uncovers the true story of the rescue and the heroic role of the part-Jewish German soldier who led the operation. "This is great material--the stuff of Hollywood films--and historian Rigg makes the most of it. . . . A well-written and vital addition to the literature of Holocaust survivor studies."--"Publishers Weekly " ""Rescued from the Reich" reads like a spy/suspense novel, but it is actual history, the amazing story of how the Lubavitcher Rebbe and his court were rescued from Nazi Germany."--Micah D. Halpern, "Jewish Book World " "Just when you thought the Second World War had no more secrets, along comes a book that blows a crater in the ramparts of received opinion."--Norman Lebrecht, "The Evening Standard" "Just when you thought the Second World War had no more secrets, along comes a book that blows a crater in the ramparts of received opinion... a story of such unlikeness that I kept my rubbing my eyes with incredulity." Norman Lebrecht, The Evening Standard "an extraordinary tale of an extraordinary rescue mission" Jewish Tribune "This is great material - the stuff of Hollywood films - and historian Rigg makes the most of it... A well-written and vital addition to the literature of Holocaust survivor studies." Publishers Weekly "Rescued from the Reich reads like a spy/suspense novel, but it is actual history, the amazing story of how the Lubavitcher Rebbe and his court were rescued from Nazi Germany." Micah D. Halpern, Jewish Book World"
n 1941 the British people had their backs to the wall in their lone fight against the might of Hitler''s Germany. America was neutral, at least until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Glasgow became the starting point for one of the most amazing and, until now, untold episodes of the war. Government officials desperate for men to sail merchant ships across the Atlantic to collect vital equipment and supplies from North America devised a plan to enlist convicts from Barlinnie Prison and use them as cre
Germany''s surprise assault on the Soviet Union in June 1941, Operation Barbarossa, aimed at nothing less than the destruction of the Soviet Union. Adolf Hitler saw this as the last vital step in the establishing of ''Lebensraum'' for the German people in the East. Three German Army Groups, supported by numerous European allies, poured across the Soviet border crushing all before them in a lightning campaign that threatened to eliminate all Soviet resistance and secure an easy victory. However, the vast resources and size of Soviet Russia caused the German armoured spearheads to slow and the advance finally ground to a halt within sight of Moscow itself, and with it Hitler''s dreams of a quick victory. This title will combine Osprey''s three Campaign titles on the Barbarossa campaign, along with new material specifically created, in order to tell the story of one of definitive campaigns of World War II.Introduction /Chronology /Origins of the Campaign /Opposing Forces /Army Group South /Army Group North/ Army Group Centre /The Aftermath /Conclusion /Bibliography /Index.
Germany''s surprise assault on the Soviet Union in June 1941, Operation Barbarossa, aimed at nothing less than the destruction of the Soviet Union. Adolf Hitler saw this as the last vital step in the establishing of ''Lebensraum'' for the German people in the East. Three German Army Groups, supported by numerous European allies, poured across the Soviet border crushing all before them in a lightning campaign that threatened to eliminate all Soviet resistance and secure an easy victory. However, the
Practical Sustainability Strategies: How to Gain a Competitive Advantage provides more than ten sustainable strategies and tools that can be implemented by organizations to improve their competitive business advantage, while also providing a positive impact to the community and workplace. This vital book for R&D chemists and engineers and process designers provides economic justification of sustainability with examples. Case studies based on the authors'' vast experience with many leading compan