In 1965, 18-year old Lew Alcindor played basketball for Coach John Wooden at UCLA. It was the beginning of what was to become a 50-year long relationship. On the court they broke basketball records. Off the court they transcended their athletic achievements to gain even wider recognition and tremendous national respect.
Why did Hitler hate the Jews? When does a nationalist turn into a dictator? Why is Hitler an enduring figure in history, studied and dissected again and again? Did Germany really become a super power under Hitler? What attracts contemporary groups like the neo Nazis to Hitler?
Find the answers to all these questions and more from this audiobook, based on Pa. Raghavan's skilful, incisive writing.
The name of Ford was synonymous with cars for a long time in America. This audiobook presents a fascinating account of the life and times of this extraordinary individual.
"NOT IN ENGLISH!"
Thomas Alva Edison: a frontiersman in modern science. He was no armchair scientist. He converted all his scientific discoveries into inventions that help the common man. Learn all about him by listening to this fascinating audiobook.
Ron Barr interviews Hall of Fame center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar about the incredible athleticism of today’s NBA athlete, the importance of playing basketball in college regarding one’s fundamentals, and the lack of dominant centers in today’s NBA. This interview took place on March 11th, 2009.