High Quality Content by Wikipedia-articles! Westland New Post (WNP, also known as Westland National Socialistische Ordnung) was a Belgian neo-Nazi organization founded in March 1981 by Paul Latinus and members of the Front de la Jeunesse (FJ). The Front de la Jeunesse was later in 1983 convicted for being a private militia. WNP would disappear in 1984, its leader Paul Latinus was found dead in his home in April of that year, and the other members came into a conflict.
Marcel Barbier, a WNP member, was convicted in May 1987 for a gruesome double murder in the la rue de la Pastorale in Anderlecht on February 18, 1982. One of the victims, Mr. Alphonse Vandermeulen, had been married to Barbier's current girlfriend, Mme. Marcelle Gobert. The police would interrogate both Barbier and his girlfriend, and searched both their homes, but no arrests were made.
Autor: Lambert M. Surhone,Miriam T. Timpledon,Susan F. Marseken
Herausgaber: Lambert M. Surhone,Miriam T. Timpledon,Susan F. Marseken
Verlag: Betascript Publishing
Seiten: 260 Seiten
Gewicht: 403 g
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During its activity, the company has worked with many print agencies, such as Alphascript Publishing (created in April 2009), Betascript Publishing (created in January 2010), Fastbook Publishing (created in July 2009) and Doyen Verlag (created in April 2010), who have published books based on online materials. Alphascript lists amazon.de, amazon.co.uk, amazon.com, knv.de, libri.de, schaltungsdienst.de, bod.de, VSG, ingrambook.com, umbreit.de, reha Marketing, smartprofessionals.de, xing.de, lightningsource.com, and bischoffundpartner.de as business partners. These books have been purchased by German libraries at the request of their patrons, and by Flemish libraries.
These titles are published as edited by Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, and John McBrewster who are also listed as authors. As of 21 December 2011, there are 180,818 titles listed on the OMS bookshop. Betascript lists "Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, Mariam T. Tennoe and Susan F. Henssonow" as editors, giving an additional 356,765 titles as of 21 December 2011.
Regarding its publishing strategies, Alphascript asserts that: "There is hardly another platform for quick and better processing of information than Wikipedia" for customers "who want to be informed on a specific subject" in book form, though they can "have online everything free of charge".
In response to an interview question about whether some Alphascript’s books are based on Wikipedia information, Alphascript responded, "Yes, since we believe that the quality of the Wikipedia-articles is so good that it is worthwhile creating books with them. Wikipedia themselves give an impulse for this. The articles published on their sites are free in every respect and without any limitations as to further use. All authors participating in texts of Wikipedia know this or should at least know it." In response to whether this should be made clear in the product description, Alphascript responded, "It is pointed out in every Alphascript book that contents are Wikipedia articles. Do we now have to write in Amazon-books: “Attention! Books contains Wikipedia!”? Then other publishing houses would have to point out in their books: “Attention! Book contains nonsense!”, or: “Attention! Book has only sex-scenario!”
Omniscriptum's editors have distinguished themselves by a large number of works (22,000).