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form in the sense of a ‘principle of life’, since there is no such principle after death. Hence, it cannot be a vegetative or a sensory form. It must be a special form that makes just the persistence of basic accidents possible. In fact, advocates of this view claim, the accidents remain in a form of

In: Vivarium

the best study o f military life in this period. Recruiting and living conditions f o r officers and soldiers resulted from modernization efforts, but personal links disappeared. (M.A. Heppl 58. DESTEFANI, LAURIO (dir.):Guerras Civiles y G u e r r a de la Triple A l i a n z a (1826-1870). B u e n o s

In: International Bibliography of Military History

its relations with the civil population as well as the internal life and organization of this legionary fortress. [A.L. Madgearu] 21. BARTLETT, Thomas; JEFFERY, Keith (eds): A military history of Ireland, Cambridge University Press,1996, XXV + 565 p., ill., cart., bibl., ind., ISBN 0-521-41599-3 (hard

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the vinculum as “rather the creed of a diplomatist than the creed of a philosopher.” 1 But Russell’s dismissive verdict conceals the fact that the vinculum doctrine is not motivated by purely theological concerns but also serves to explain the unity of corporeal substance and to “realize

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dif- f é r e n t e s o r g a n i s a t i o n s s o c i a l e s . [J. R o h w e r ] O t h e r H e l m e t s , O t h e r M e n ? P e r c e p t i o n s o f t h e H o m e l a n d a n d Daily Life a t t h e F r o n t : A n I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o m p a r i s o n . In thèse 15 p a p e r s , a u t h o

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History of the Nigérian Civil War. A German and two Nigérian authors study the expériences and perceptions of groups affected by the war. This 'view from below' looks at living conditions, the expériences of refugees and women, the trauma following violations of human rights, life at the end of the war

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le cadre de l'histoire locale. [A.M. Arpino] General Antonio Baldissera in Venetian Military History. Collection o f articles follow- ing the life of an officer whose career began in the Austrian Army. Based on récent research on liberal Italy and presented in 1990 in Padua, thèse works place the

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sense. They served for short periods of time and expected to return to civilian life as quickly as possible. It was only within the regular army’s nineteenth-century officer corps that a core of committed professionals existed. Their numbers, however, were small. Therefore, when the republic went to war

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to vote and social justice. Others were motivated by a sense of patriotism, adventure, or a better life. The Boer War provided many of these women with the opportunity to prove their self-reliance and, compelled by the ardent desire to help their fellow man and contribute to improving the situation

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qu'une modeste récompense pour l'acte d'héroïsme qui le rendit si célèbre. [A. van der Peet] Admirai of the Silver Fleet. Biography of Piet Hein. In the biography, historian PRUD'HOMME VAN REINE explores the richly chequered life of Piet Hein (1577- 1629), the sea hero who became world famous for his

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