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Python: Programming: Your Step By Step Guide To Easily Learn Python in 7 Days (Python for Beginners, Python Programming for Beginners, Learn Python, Python Language) (FREE!)

Python: Programming: Your Step By Step Guide To Easily Learn Python in 7 Days (Python for Beginners, Python Programming for Beginners, Learn Python, Python Language)Are You Ready To Learn Python Easily?

Learning Python Programming in 7 days is possible, although it might not look like it’s easy at first, especially if you are someone with meager experience in dealing with a programming language. As you learn, you will see that it is not that difficult to understand, and it becomes easier when you add patience, diligence, and discipline.
This book has all the materials that you need in learning basic Python Programming. It is presented in easy to understand format – much of technical jargons were eliminated, although you might still find some, but they are the terms that you will likely (almost always) encounter when creating your codes. You will find no such trouble in understanding the terms, and how to do it properly. Samples are provided for you, and explanations are also presented so you won’t get lost and still have fun while learning.
You will be glad that you have this book with you while learning Python. Discover many things that you can do with Python programming, and you might even start a new career.

Here’s What You’ll Learn From This Python For Beginners Book:
✓ Introduction
✓ Chapter 1: Welcome to the World of the Python
✓ Chapter 2: Python Syntax
✓ Chapter 3: Important Strings and Console Output
✓ Chapter 4: The Conditionals and Control Flow
✓ Chapter 5: Understanding Lists, Tuples, and Dictionaries
✓ Chapter 6: The Loops
✓ Chapter 7: Understanding the Functions
✓ Chapter 8: Coding a Full Program
✓ Chapter 9: Reserved Words and Functions
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The Doughboys: America and the First World War (SAVE 75%)

The Doughboys: America and the First World WarMore than three million American men, many of them volunteers, joined the A.E.F. in the first 20 months of US involvement in the First World War.

Of these, over 50,000 were killed on European soil.

These were the Doughboys, the young men recruited from the cities and farms of the United States, who travelled across the Atlantic to aid the allies in the trenches and on the battlefields.

Without their courage and determination, the outcome of the war would have been very different.

Why did America become involved in the First World War?

What was the fighting experience of the A.E.F. in France and Russia?

Most importantly, why has the vital contribution made by the Americans been largely neglected by historians of the Great War?

Drawing upon the often harrowing personal accounts of the soldiers of the A.E.F., this book establishes the pivotal role played by the Americans in the defeat of the central powers in November 1918.

In this fascinating study, based on original research, Gary Mead adjusts the balance of history in favour of these unsung heroes.

Drawing on a rich selection of engaging personal accounts, he brings us the stories of the young men whose courage and tenacity changed the course of the war.

Praise for Gary Mead:

‘The appearance of the Americans was decisive…the achievements of the doughboys were unfairly forgotten’ – John Keegan, Daily Telegraph

‘Gary Mead argues that Europeans, especially the British and French, have allowed a fog of ignorance and forgetfulness to obscure the decisive role of America’s doughboys…Their story is well worth telling’ – Charles Wheeler, Literary Review

‘Mead has done a good job in placing the AEF where it heroically belongs…[he] does well to set the record straight’ – Cal McCrystal, Financial Times

‘A fine account of the Great War…an impressive historical debut that gazes behind time’s curtain at the startling, pivotal experiences of the American fighting men of WWI’ – Kirkus Reviews

Gary Mead was a journalist for the Financial Times for ten years and has worked extensively with the BBC.

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