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Zur Geschichte der Friedhöfe in Wien - Band 2 by Wiener Stadtwerke
To end all wars : a story of loyalty and rebellion, 1914-1918 by Adam Hochschild
Blitzkrieg-Legende. Der Westfeldzug 1940 by Karl-Heinz Frieser
Seven years in Tuscany by Amanda Ferragamo
Campaigning with the Duke of Wellington & Featherstone : a guide to the battles in Spain & Portugal, with Donald Featherstone, the Duke of Wellington, and all the others, 1808-1814 & 1973-1992 by Donald F. Featherstone
The End of Certainty by Ilya Prigogine
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My Legacy Library Contributions: BenedictusdeSpinoza, DDEisenhower, EdwardTufteLibrary, FriedrichNietzsche, GrahamGreene, Heinrich_Bullinger, Helene_Hanff_orders, KiplingLibrary, RichardIII, ThomasMann, USSCalifornia
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About meThe picture shows the Great Hall of the Austrian National Library which combines some of my things favourite: architecture, art, knowledge, history, museums, Vienna and books (The Austrian National Library's core comes courtesy of Prince Eugene, just as the Library of Congress was built on Thomas Jefferson's library; incidentally, these two are my heroes). Originally of Swiss stock, I am currently living in Vienna, Austria.
About my libraryThe entered books represent my interest in history, management and organization, natural science, literature and art (Missing are the German and French canon, some Italian and most Latin classics, whose future I see as e-texts as soon as a decent and cheap e-reader becomes available.).
GroupsAmerican Civil War, Ancient China, Ancient History, Architext, Evolve!, German Library Thingers, INTJ, Japanese Culture, Legacy Libraries, LibraryThing in German —show all groups, Military History, Nabokov!, Paleontology, Science!, Social science, Swiss Library Thingers, The Literary Lens, The Turk's Head
Favorite authorsAmbrose Bierce, Jorge Luis Borges, S. E. Finer, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Sigmund Freud, Richard Friedenthal, Graham Greene, Thomas Hardy, Hermann Hesse, Franz Kafka, Milan Kundera, Michel de Montaigne, Vladimir Nabokov, Barbara W. Tuchman, Stefan Zweig (Shared favorites)
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Real nameJean-Claude Brunner
Member sinceJan 21, 2006
Currently readingDie Geburt des Meters. by Denis Guedj