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The unthinkable has happened Terra has fallen to the traitor forces of Warmaster Horus! Nothing else could explain the sudden disappearance of the Astronomican's guiding light at the heart of the Imperium, or so Robute Guilliman would believe. Ever the pragmatist, he has drawn all his forces to Ultramar and begun construction of the new empire known as Imperium Secundus. Even with many of his primarch brothers at his side, he still faces war from without and intrigue from within with the best of intentions, were the full truth to be known it would likely damn them all as traitors for all eternity.
From the savage, hammer-wielding White Wolves of Middenheim to the disciplined and loyal Reiksguard and fiercely religious Knights of the Blazing Sun, thrill to classic stories about the templars of the Empire With their shining armour, mighty steeds and religious fervour, knights are the very embodiment of warfare in the Old World. Yet no two orders of these holy warriors are the same – the savage, hammer-wielding White Wolves of Middenheim could not be more different from the disciplined and loyal Reiksguard, whose duty it is to protect the Emperor himself. In contrast, the Knights of the Blazing Sun are dedicated to the Tilean warrior-goddess Myrmidia, and their goal is to achieve perfection in the art of war through battle.
The search for the cause of a devastating fire that has left Crowchurch in mourning leads Clive and the others deep into the forest where they meet a new ally combating an alien threat at her door.
Not everyone who set out to uncover the truth behind the aliens creating havoc in Lower Crowchurch has survived the journey. Those that remain now put their lives on the line in a last-ditch effort to save their town in this stunning conclusion to the hit series.
While the other survivors struggle in the woods against the aliens, Peter and Susan desperately try to alert the public in time.
The group is scattered in the woods of Lower Crowchurch as the alien threat comes roaring back to life.
The final years of the Ottoman Empire were catastrophic ones for its non-Turkish, non-Muslim minorities. From 1913 to 1923, its rulers deported, killed, or otherwise persecuted staggering numbers of citizens in an attempt to preserve “Turkey for the Turks,” setting a modern precedent for how a regime can commit genocide in pursuit of political ends while largely escaping accountability. While this brutal history is most widely known in the case of the Armenian genocide, few appreciate the extent to which the Empire’s Assyrian and Greek subjects suffered and died under similar policies. This comprehensive volume is the first to broadly examine the genocides of the Armenians, Assyrians, and Greeks in comparative fashion, analyzing the similarities and differences among them and giving crucial context to present-day calls for recognition.

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