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The story of the penis -- a brilliant history of the male member that tells you EVERYTHING you wanted to know but were too shy to ask.   Throughout history man has revered his penis as his 'most precious ornament'. Yet, ambivalently, his penis has…
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Walter H. Thompson was Churchill's bodyguard from 1921 until 1945, brought back from retirement at the outbreak of war. Tom Hickman's authorised biography draws heavily on extracts from a manuscript recently discovered by his great-niece, in which Thompson…

Le Bidule De Dieu

by Tom Hickman

|October 27, 2014

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Écrivain et journaliste, notamment à la BBC, Tom Hickman est l'auteur de nombreux ouvrages. Il a consacré un essai (Un siècle d'amour charnel, Éditions Blanche, 1999) à l'évolution des mours sexuelles au XXe siècle.
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Everything you always wanted to know about life when you’re six feet under. Let’s face it, death is one of the most important events in life--and it never hurts to be prepared. Herein you’ll explore such provocative questions as: Is there life…

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It is remarkable that 10 years after the Human Rights Act came into effect, and with further reform possible, there are still no clear answers to basic questions about the relationship between the Human Rights Act, human rights principles and the common law. Such…

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Throughout history man has revered his penis as his 'most precious ornament'.      Yet, ambivalently, his penis has always been the source of man's deepest neuroses too. Do women find it, in the erect state, inherently ridiculous? Why…
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At the outbreak of war, the government short-sightedly allowed thousands of miners to enlist in the armed services. By 1943 the war effort was in danger of grinding to a halt because of a lack of coal. In answer, Minister of Labour Ernest Bevin sought service…