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This volume will serve to enrich the reader’s understanding of the impact of World War I on Eastern Europe, by bringing together authors from all over Europe specialising in the history of this area. It presents a retrospective approach and a re-evaluation of this event, the lasting effects of which still make themselves felt in some regions today. Case studies, memoirs, journals, and the printed press of the time are all examined in order to paint a vivid picture of the Great War in Eastern Europe, and particularly in Romania. The chapters offer fresh perspectives on topics connected to the war, including the contribution of women and the emancipation opportunities for them, the social changes that occurred, and the propaganda in Romanian territory. They also review the League of Nations and the protection of international minorities, particularly in those regions where new boundaries were created, and where the application of national self-determination still left substantial communities outside the frontiers of the respective states.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-03-01 - Publisher: Xulon Press
Satan's plan was to establish America as headquarters of a socialist, one-world government. God's plan was to take the gospel to the world. What do God's prophets see for the immediate future? (Christian)
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-05-10 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
You live in it; it belongs to you; you need to know how it works: THE WORLD. If you have GREAT goals in life, then you need to know how the world works. READ this Book. The Beautiful Woman World Leaders are shy to date, the Woman World citizens need for a Mother: Democratic World Government, the new world project will offer humanity benefits like: world peace; human face development through direct global approach on world poverty, natural disasters, global infrastructural development, diseases, global warming, conduct of democratic elections within nation-states and fixing of failed states whenever they occur, Somalia, Palestine and North Korea. If you like these benefits, read this book. Unity Elias YANG, Also the author of The Third World, Where is it? I read parts of an early draft of Unity Yang's book. I have known the author for several years as a devoted and passionate supporter of democratic world government, and his book adds significantly to the growing literature on this critical subject. Jim Stark, Founder and Past President of Vote World Parliament, author of 10 books including Rescue Plan for Planet Earth: Democratic World Government through a global referendum. Quebec-Canada. Everything that is done in international affairs must be done from the viewpoint of whether it will advance or hinder the establishment of world government. Albert Einstein, Physicist and Political Scientist, 1946. The greatest prayer of man is for peace. Dag Hammarskjld, United Nations Secretary General. The only way peace can be achieved is through world government. Nehru Jawaharlal, Prime Minister of India. I am a citizen, not of Athens, or Greece, but of the world. Socrates, Political Philosopher (5th Century). The creation of a World Council, an alliance of the worlds leaders, including those outside of traditional Europe, which would meet in a neutral location for the purpose of resolving international disputes through mediation. meric Cruc, French Monk, 1623. Born on 20th May 1974, Unity Elias Yang is the first African member of the Board of the Organization Vote World Parliament (VWP) in Quebec-Canada. He is also the Author of the Third World, Where is it?
Beskrivelse af de britiske og jødiske modforholdsregler mod arabiske oprørere i Palæstina 1937 - 1939, herunder oprettelse af britiske anti - terrorenheder og den indflydelse Orde Wingate i øvrigt havde på det israelske forsvars doktriner efter staten Israels oprettelse
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-08-22 - Publisher: BRILL
In Toward a Dialectic of Philosophy and Organization revolutions and revolutionary movements of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are examined through the lens of the Hegelian-Marxian dialectic(s) and Marx’s concept of revolutionary organization.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09-19 - Publisher: Springer
Examining the global significance of the freight container, with particular emphasis on the perspectives of the US and China, Globalization Contained considers the implications of the freight container as an agent of change for the future of the global economy and global security.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-11-01 - Publisher: MSU Press
In spring of 1953, newly elected President Eisenhower sat down with his staff to discuss the state of American strategy in the cold war. America, he insisted, needed a new approach to an urgent situation. From this meeting emerged Eisenhower’s teams of “bright young fellows,” charged with developing competing policies, each of which would come to shape global politics. In Spirits of the Cold War, Ned O’Gorman argues that the early Cold War was a crucible not only for contesting political strategies, but also for competing conceptions of America and its place in the world. Drawing on extensive archival research and wide reading in intellectual and rhetorical histories, this comprehensive account shows cold warriors debating “worldviews” in addition to more strictly instrumental tactical aims. Spirits of the Cold War is a rigorous scholarly account of the strategic debate of the early Cold War—a cultural diagnostic of American security discourse and an examination of its origins.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-05-27 - Publisher: CLAIRVIEW BOOKS
Hailed by Plato as the “Tenth Muse” of ancient Greek poetry, Sappho is inarguably antiquity’s greatest lyric poet. Born over 2,600 years ago on the Greek island of Lesbos, and writing amorously of women and men alike, she is the namesake lesbian. What’s left of her writing, and what we know of her, is fragmentary. Shrouded in mystery, she is nonetheless repeatedly translated and discussed – no, appropriated – by all. Sappho has most recently undergone a variety of treatments by agenda-driven scholars and so-called poet-translators with little or no knowledge of Greek. Classicist-translator Jeffrey Duban debunks the postmodernist scholarship by which Sappho is interpreted today and offers translations reflecting the charm and elegant simplicity of the originals. Duban provides a reader-friendly overview of Sappho’s times and themes, exploring her eroticism and Greek homosexuality overall. He introduces us to Sappho’s highly cultured island home, to its lyre-accompanied musical legends, and to the fabled beauty of Lesbian women. Not least, he emphasizes the proximity of Lesbos to Troy, making the translation and enjoyment of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey a further focus. More than anything else, argues Duban, it is free verse and its rampant legacy – and no two persons more than Walt Whitman and Ezra Pound – that bear responsibility for the ruin of today’s classics in translation, to say nothing of poetry in the twentieth century. Beyond matters of reflection for classicists, Duban provides a far-ranging beginner’s guide to classical literature, with forays into Spenser and Milton, and into the colonial impulse of Virgil, Spenser, and the West at large.