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    • Perrez, Anna-Carolina (2015)
      Foreign judges The Influence of Swiss and German-Austrian judges upon jurisprudence in the principality of Liechtenstein, 1939-45 The principality of Liechtenstein has been a small country possessing limited resources. ...
    • Modzelewski, Karol (2018-12-03)
      Die Oskar-Halecki-Vorlesung 2014 des Leibniz-Instituts für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Europa (GWZO) widmet sich dem politischen und erinnerungskulturellen Vermächtnis der Gewerkschaft Solidarnosc in Polen. Der ...
    • Pereira, Matheus (2020)
      The word “batuque” (drums) has a multiple history. In general, until today, it is used to name different musical performances and practices produced by Africans or Afro-descendants. This book investigates the historical ...
    • Thonhofer, Bernhard (2018-06-07)
      Bernhard Thonhofer researched street life in Graz at the beginning of World War I 1914 and how the Burgfrieden was shaped subsequently. By that a transformation process from a fragmented militarized society in times of ...
    • Östling, Johan (2018)
      This book is about the idea of the university in modern Germany. Its primary focus is how the transformation of the Humboldtian tradition gave direction to debates around higher education. By combining approaches from ...
    • Sabo, Klaudija (2017-10)
      The book icons of nations is dealing with the transformation processes in ex-Yugoslavia in the early 90s that is focussing on the national myths and their heroes and heroins in the region and their representation in visual ...
    • Pettinaroli, Laura; Valente, Massimiliano (2020)
      Pietro Gasparri (1852–1934) was a famous jurist, a valued university professor and an able papal diplomat. He headed the Secretary of State and the Roman Curia from November 1914 to January 1930, during a crucial period ...
    • Pettinaroli, Laura; Valente, Massimiliano (2020)
      Pietro Gasparri (1852–1934) was a famous jurist, a valued university professor and an able papal diplomat. He headed the Secretary of State and the Roman Curia from November 1914 to January 1930, during a crucial period ...
    • Dackling, Martin (2018)
      "The 20th century is sometimes said to be the century of the family farm. Although the countryside changed fundamentally, the farming family - consisting of husband, wife and children - is often seen as intact. However, ...
    • Zürcher, Erik-Jan (2016)
      This books investigates the background and nature of the Ottoman Jihad proclamation, but also its effects in the wider Middle East. It looks at the German hopes and British fears of a worldwide rising of Muslims in the ...
    • Frasca-Rath, Anna (2018-09-10)
      Das Buch widmet sich dem britischen Bildhauer John Gibson (1790-1866) und seiner Auseinandersetzung mit Antonio Canova (1757-1822). Der nach Rom emigrierte Bildhauer zählte zu den einflussreichsten Künstlern seiner Generation, ...
    • Heiniger, Kevin (2016)
      Crises, Criticism, and Sexual Deprivation The «Nacherziehung» (remedial upbringing) of male youth at the Aarburg facility, 1893-1981 The juvenile detention center Aarburg, founded in 1893, adhered superficially to an ...
    • Farquet, Christophe (2016)
      This book examines how Swiss leaders reached a deal with international pressures that appeared after the First World War, preventing the placement of foreign capital flight in Switzerland. A result of research on unpublished ...
    • Neumann, Matthias (2019)
      History of the formation of the komsomol and its inclusion in the new Soviet Stalinist State
    • Thomas, S. Bernard (2020)
      In the two-decade period from 1928 to 1948, the proletarian themes and issues underlying the Chinese Communist Party’s ideological utterances were shrouded in rhetoric designed, perhaps, as much to disguise as to chart ...
    • Losano, Mario G.; Duve, Thomas; Vogenauer, Stefan (2020)
      The three defeated Axis powers – Japan, Italy and Germany – incorporated a prohibition on wars of aggression into their democratic constitutions. This book covers the years of the Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials and the constituent ...
    • Ingold, Niklaus (2015)
      Light showers History of a Health Technology, 1890-1960 In the interwar period, western health experts considered ultraviolet light a powerful means for stimulating the population. In Germany, the electrical industry ...
    • Moshenska, Gabriel (2019)
      Modern warfare is a unique cultural phenomenon. While many conflicts in history have produced dramatic shifts in human behaviour, the industrialized nature of modern war possesses a material and psychological intensity ...
    • Kangaspuro, Markku; Smith, Jeremy (2006)
      "Modernisation has been a constant theme in Russian history at least since Peter the Great launched a series of initiatives aimed at closing the economic, technical and cultural gap between Russia and the more ‘advanced’ ...
    • Silva, António Duarte (2019)
      Only in the twentieth century did the (so-called) Portuguese colonial constitution, in the material and formal sense, emerge. Only then the Empire and the Portuguese colonial law, as an exercise of power, were politically ...