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  • The Invention of Germany | Misha Glenny

    The Invention of Germany

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 22 mins)
    • By Misha Glenny
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    'Germany as we understand it, unified and strong, only came into existence a mere 140 years ago. Before then? Well, there was Bavaria and Prussia, Saxony, Baden Wurttemberg, Pomerania, Westfalia, Schleswig Holstein - this list is extremely long. And defining where one bit ended and the next began - well, it was utterly bewildering.' Misha Glenny presents a three-part history of Germany before the world wars.

    Ann says: "enjoyable & interesting"
  • Nemesis: One Man and the Battle for Rio | Misha Glenny

    Nemesis: One Man and the Battle for Rio

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Misha Glenny
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    His name was Antonio, but they would call him Nem. From the infamous favela of Rocinha in Rio, he was a hardworking young father forced to make a decision that would turn his world upside down. Nemesis is the story of an ordinary man who became the king of the largest slum in Rio, the head of a drug cartel and perhaps Brazil’s most wanted criminal. A man who tried to bring welfare and justice to a playground of gang culture and destitution while everyone around him drew guns and partied.

  • DarkMarket: CyberThieves, CyberCops and You | Misha Glenny

    DarkMarket: CyberThieves, CyberCops and You

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By Misha Glenny
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    The benefits of living in a digital, globalised society are enormous; so too are the dangers. The world has become a law enforcer’s nightmare and every criminal’s dream. We bank online, shop online, date, learn, work and live online. But have the institutions that keep us safe on the streets learned to protect us in the burgeoning digital world? Have we become complacent about our personal security – sharing our thoughts, beliefs and the details of our daily lives with anyone who cares to relieve us of them?

    Marcos Caceres says: "Insightful, well-written, and captivating"
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