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Author: Richard Espley

of their courage, the hall-mark of their glorious service, their proof of patriotism”.14 The decision to maintain a presence of convalescent soldiers in the Loos Trenches can best be explained as a means of attracting greater numbers of visitors, keen to engage with these living heroes

In: British Popular Culture and the First World War
Author: Ad de Bruijne

Kitts, nowadays only Guyanese and Haitians, most of whom entered the country in the 1970s, are living in Suriname. In the final years of the twentieth century, there has not been much Caribbean immigration. Instead, there is some return migration to Guyana and a number of Surinamese have moved to

In: Twentieth-Century Suriname

metaphysic or an ultimate reduction of the whole of human experience and knowledge to the unity of essential , elementary principles. From his earliest writings , he manifested a highly-motivated ambition to restore to man and to society a living unity based upon a common participation in truth

In: The Problem of Tolerance and Social Existence in the Writings of Félicité Lamennais 1809-1831

. “How beautiful is a land of justice! . . . Aer the war, there will be life! Full of vitality! e new age will bring something new”.1 Alice Garrigue Masaryková wrote this pledge to her mother in February 1916 from a prison cell in Vienna. Masaryková spent eight months in Austrian prisons on charges

In: Aftermaths of War
Author: Wieke Vink

Portuguese Jewish community life had been fully relocated to Paramaribo. Only a few impoverished families remained, earning a meagre living from small trade with a nearby military post at the Cordonpad – a military defence line designed to protect the nearby plantations against attacks from runaway

In: Creole Jews
Author: Dagmar Herzog

, recapped, the “euthanasia” murders “did not, after all, belong to the central features of racial-hygienic programming” and the new evidence indicated that “there was a difference in principle between the prevention and the annihilation of life ‘unworthy of living’ ” (emphasis mine). Indeed, as it turned

In: Beyond "Ordinary Men"
Author: Dagmar Herzog

, recapped, the “euthanasia” murders “did not, after all, belong to the central features of racial-hygienic programming” and the new evidence indicated that “there was a difference in principle between the prevention and the annihilation of life ‘unworthy of living’ ” (emphasis mine). Indeed, as it turned

In: Beyond "Ordinary Men"

by Arabs, with the implication that the purchase was somehow politically motivated. The Israeli magnate poured cold water on the idea: “Look,” he told a writer from the New York Times , “I don’t think this is the reason that a public company does a deal. It is not a hobby. It is not personal.” 7 In

In: Beyond "Ordinary Men"

by Arabs, with the implication that the purchase was somehow politically motivated. The Israeli magnate poured cold water on the idea: “Look,” he told a writer from the New York Times , “I don’t think this is the reason that a public company does a deal. It is not a hobby. It is not personal.” 7 In

In: Beyond "Ordinary Men"
Author: Tenho Pimiä

common past and through folk culture. Within the national scholarship, occupied Eastern Karelia presented itself fi rst and foremost as a living museum where signs of ancient connections to the Finnish population across the border were still visible. Its uniqueness notwithstanding, the project did

In: Finland in World War II