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Logitech M185 Wireless Mouse - Blue [PC]
Logitech M185 Wireless Mouse - Blue [PC]
Offered by Ballicom International
Price: £15.79

5.0 out of 5 stars it has a nice feel in the hand, 11 Jan. 2015
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Haven't used it all that much so my impressions are not very detailed; but with that caveat in mind, I have absolutely no complaints, it has a nice feel in the hand, and it is quite reliable.


New Portable Bluetooth Full QWERTY Wireless Keyboard with Sensitive Mouse Touchpad Supports Scrolling Bar
New Portable Bluetooth Full QWERTY Wireless Keyboard with Sensitive Mouse Touchpad Supports Scrolling Bar
Offered by Mookie UK
Price: £14.99

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars in fact I think it's rather cool. However, 11 Jan. 2015
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Regarding the operation of the keyboard itself I have no gripes except for the fact that it has no right shift key; in fact I think it's rather cool. However, in view of its physical size (too small), which unfortunately I did not check beforehand carefully enough, it is completely useless.
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A People's Tragedy: The Russian Revolution, 1891-1924
A People's Tragedy: The Russian Revolution, 1891-1924
by Orlando Figes
Edition: Paperback

26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A People's Tragedy by Orlando Figes, 22 Sept. 2009
I've always wanted to make some sense of the chaos of Russian History in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and this book comes as close to this as it is humanly possible. In addition to providing a rich and detailed view of the events in the period under consideration Orlando Figes manages to answer convincingly such questions as "Who is the main villain behind the disasters that befell Russia in this period", and "Why, for all their failings, did the Bolsheviks ultimately prevail". One comes away from this book with the distinct feeling that history is not the product of random forces, but the result of follies and miscalculations of some of the actors of history as well as insights and audacity of others.


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