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Author: Jennifer Way

book, line drawings depict one or two artisans’ intent on their work, surrounded by materials, tools, and finished artefacts. 13 Huet’s photograph supplements this lineage with a quiet mood and the artisan’s loneliness. Interestingly, these last features contrast the reality of life in the Xom Moi

In: War and Art
Author: Jennifer Way

book, line drawings depict one or two artisans’ intent on their work, surrounded by materials, tools, and finished artefacts. 13 Huet’s photograph supplements this lineage with a quiet mood and the artisan’s loneliness. Interestingly, these last features contrast the reality of life in the Xom Moi

In: War and Art

social participation. Numerous women started to work but also organized family life, as a majority still faced traditional roles, which did not really burst before the ‘68 movement. Cities and suburbs grew dramatically, changing social structures, neighborhoods, and infrastructure. Allegorically, Richard

In: War and Education
Author: Andreas Dorrer

seriousness of life.” 41 Unlike plays for older children, these fairy tale plays do not intend to create a particular reaction among the children or to motivate them to actively contribute to the war effort. But Nüdling states in the introduction to his play that “[t]he German youth should learn from the

In: War and Education

we should respect the willingness of soldiers, sailors, airmen and others to do their duty even if the wars they fought in might be unpopular. Much of this is motivated by a collective sense of guilt over the postwar mistreatment of Americans veterans once they had returned home. Their fathers and

In: War and Veterans

we should respect the willingness of soldiers, sailors, airmen and others to do their duty even if the wars they fought in might be unpopular. Much of this is motivated by a collective sense of guilt over the postwar mistreatment of Americans veterans once they had returned home. Their fathers and

In: War and Veterans

for veteran soldiers. First, the Americans fought motivated and well-equipped German soldiers that slowed the Americans’ pace to a crawl. The defenders, the veteran German 12th Infantry Division refitted and re-equipped after fighting in Russia, were not the demoralized German soldiers fleeing from

In: War and the City

for veteran soldiers. First, the Americans fought motivated and well-equipped German soldiers that slowed the Americans’ pace to a crawl. The defenders, the veteran German 12th Infantry Division refitted and re-equipped after fighting in Russia, were not the demoralized German soldiers fleeing from

In: War and the City
Author: Richard Hingley

territories. new forms of living emerged during the first century that adopted innovations which spread as a result of the interna- tional contacts brought about through the incorporation of people into the empire. it is important, however, that, although these ways of life formed a response to imperial

In: A Companion to Roman Imperialism
Author: Andrea Guidi

permanent basis meant reassessing the role of the Tuscan lower classes, including peasants living in rural areas. As explained above, one of the goals of his military project was to overcome the traditional separation between the city and the territories. Despite his efforts to create a sense of cohesion

In: Books, People, and Military Thought