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Dornik, Wolfram: Die Ukraine
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06/2011, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Die Ukraine, Titelzusatz: zwischen Selbstbestimmung und Fremdherrschaft 1917 - 22, Autor: Dornik, Wolfram // Kasianov, Georgiy // Leidinger, Hannes // Lieb, Peter // Miller, Alekseij // Musial, Bogdan, Verlag: Leykam, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Ukraine // Geschichte // Politik // Staat // Zeitgeschichte // Historie // Politik und Staat, Rubrik: Geschichte // Sonstiges, Seiten: 544, Gewicht: 1170 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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A Bond Never Broken , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 627min
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Best-selling author Judith Miller sets this compelling novel in 1917 Iowa. With the Great War fueling anti-German hysteria, agents of President Wilson’s Council of National Defense threaten to disfigure Jutta Schmidt, torch her family’s bakery, and butcher her parents unless she returns to the Amana colonies as their spy. Back in South Amana, she’s befriended by Ilsa Redlich and her family. But if she overhears antiwar remarks, how can she betray these kind people? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stina Nielsen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/004690/bk_reco_004690_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Yanks behind the Lines (eBook, ePUB)
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More than nine million soldiers died in World War I. At the same time, a US-led effort saved nearly ten million civilians from starvation behind the lines during the German occupation, yet one of America's greatest humanitarian efforts is virtually unknown today. In this gripping book, Jeffrey B. Miller tells the remarkable history of two American and Belgian citizen-created organizations that led a massive food relief program for civilians trapped in German-occupied Belgium and northern France. Herbert Hoover, then a successful international businessman, was the driving force behind the effort, coercing and bullying the governments of Germany, Great Britain, France, and the United States to allow a group of idealistic young volunteers to organize in occupied Belgium and coordinate the distribution of tons of food and clothing to desperate Belgians. These crusaders, known as CRB delegates, had to maintain strict neutrality as they watched the Belgians suffer under the harsh German regime. Miller tells compelling stories of German brutality, Belgian relief efforts, and the idealistic Americans who went into German-occupied Belgium from October 1914 up to May 1917, when they were forced to leave after the April entry into the war of the United States. Yanks interweaves the history of the time with fascinating personal stories of volunteers, diplomats, a young Belgian woman who started a dairy farm to feed Antwerp's children, the autocratic head of the Belgian relief organization, and the founder of the American organization, who would become known to the world as the Great Humanitarian and later, largely because of his work in Belgium and post-war Europe, would become the thirty-first president of the United States. Visit the book's website here: www.YanksBehindTheLines.comWatch the book trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0u_ijwC2KA

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Yanks behind the Lines (eBook, ePUB)
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More than nine million soldiers died in World War I. At the same time, a US-led effort saved nearly ten million civilians from starvation behind the lines during the German occupation, yet one of America's greatest humanitarian efforts is virtually unknown today. In this gripping book, Jeffrey B. Miller tells the remarkable history of two American and Belgian citizen-created organizations that led a massive food relief program for civilians trapped in German-occupied Belgium and northern France. Herbert Hoover, then a successful international businessman, was the driving force behind the effort, coercing and bullying the governments of Germany, Great Britain, France, and the United States to allow a group of idealistic young volunteers to organize in occupied Belgium and coordinate the distribution of tons of food and clothing to desperate Belgians. These crusaders, known as CRB delegates, had to maintain strict neutrality as they watched the Belgians suffer under the harsh German regime. Miller tells compelling stories of German brutality, Belgian relief efforts, and the idealistic Americans who went into German-occupied Belgium from October 1914 up to May 1917, when they were forced to leave after the April entry into the war of the United States. Yanks interweaves the history of the time with fascinating personal stories of volunteers, diplomats, a young Belgian woman who started a dairy farm to feed Antwerp's children, the autocratic head of the Belgian relief organization, and the founder of the American organization, who would become known to the world as the Great Humanitarian and later, largely because of his work in Belgium and post-war Europe, would become the thirty-first president of the United States. Visit the book's website here: www.YanksBehindTheLines.comWatch the book trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0u_ijwC2KA

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Recht und amerikanische Literatur
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Zum WerkIm Vorgängerband "Recht und Literatur. Von Friedrich Schiller bis Martin Walser" hat Pieroth bereits gezeigt, worum es ihm geht: Am Beispiel von Werken der Weltliteratur sollen Grundprobleme des Rechts veranschaulicht, das Nachdenken über sie befördert und mögliche Antworten präsentiert, diskutiert und analysiert werden. Während der Vorgängerband deutschsprachige Werke behandelte, widmet sich dieser Band der US-amerikanischen Literatur. Einzig J. M. Coetzee ist nicht Amerikaner, sondern Südafrikaner, die Aufnahme seines Romans rechtfertigt sich dadurch, dass er längere Zeit in den USA gelebt und den Roman in den USA geschrieben hat.Inhalt- Erster Teil. Recht und Staat- Kapitel 1. Recht an der Grenze der Zivilisation- James Fenimore Cooper: Die Ansiedler oder Die Quellen des Susquehanna. Ein Zeitgemälde,- 1823- Kapitel 2. Staatsversagen- John Steinbeck: Früchte des Zorns, 1939- Kapitel 3. Selbstjustiz nach Rechtsverweigerung- E.L. Doctorow: Ragtime, 1974- Kapitel 4. Der Privatdetektiv als Hilfsorgan der Rechtspflege- Dashiell Hammett: Rote Ernte, 1929- Kapitel 5. Rechtsgehorsam- Nathaniel Hawthorne: Der scharlachrote Buchstabe, 1850- Kapitel 6. Rechtsungehorsam- Mark Twain: Die Abenteuer des Huckleberry Finn, 1884- Kapitel 7. Der rechtstreue Staatsdiener und staatliches Unrecht- J. M. Coetzee: Warten auf die Barbaren. Roman, 1980- Zweiter Teil. Mensch und Gericht- Kapitel 8. Rechtsbruch zur Gefahrvorbeugung- Herman Melville: Billy Budd, Matrose (Innenansichten einer Geschichte), 1891/1924- Kapitel 9. Hysterische Justiz- Arthur Miller: Hexenjagd. Schauspiel in vier Akten, 1953- Kapitel 10. Justiz im Dienst reaktionärer Politik- Bernard Malamud: Der Reparierer, 1966- Kapitel 11. Rechtliche und gesellschaftliche Strafe- Katherine Anne Porter: Wein vor Mittag, 1937- Kapitel 12. Menschliche Verbundenheit im Recht- William Faulkner: Heute und Morgen und in alle Ewigkeit, 1940- Kapitel 13. Im Zweifel für den Angeklagten- Jack London: Wer schlug zuerst? 1910- Kapitel 14. Gerechtigkeit der Männer, Gerechtigkeit der Frauen- Susan Glaspell: Ein Gericht aus Ihresgleichen, 1917- Essay von Bernhard SchlinkVorteile auf einen Blick- vermittelt das Verständnis für wichtige Fragestellungen des Rechts- macht mit bedeutenden Werken der Weltliteratur vor dem Hintergrund juristischer Probleme bekanntZielgruppeFür Juristen und Nichtjuristen mit Interesse an Literatur und zentralen Fragen des Rechts.

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Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon. ...
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Band XXXIIErgänzungen XIXAlberti, Philipp (um 1450-1507)Albrecht, Jacob (1759-1808)Alexander von Canterbury (11./12. 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Clematis (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press)
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Husband and wife, Ernest Cobb (1877-1964) and Bertha Browning Cobb (1867-1951), were American children's book authors. They founded the Arlo Publishing Company, through which many of their works were published. Together they wrote: The Busy Builder's Book (1912), Arlo (1915), Clematis (1917), Anita: A Story of the Rocky Mountains (1920), Pathways of European Peoples (1922), Allspice: The Adventures of Daddy Fox, Ginger Bear, The Miller and The Miller's Wife (1924), Who Knows? A Book of Puzzle Stories with New Verses for Dramatic Reading (1924), Dan's Boy (1926), Pennie (1927), Andre (1930), One Foot on the Ground: A Plea for Common-Sense Education (1932), Robin (1934), Hand in Hand With Father Time (? ) and Adam Lee (1938). With their daughter Madeline W. Cobb they wrote The Mind's Eye: Life and Learning Through the Mental Picture (1941) and An American Eagle: The Story of Benjamin Franklin (1944).

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The Ivory Tower
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This early work by Henry James was originally published in 1917 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. Henry James was born in New York City in 1843. One of thirteen children, James had an unorthodox early education, switching between schools, private tutors and private reading.. James published his first story, 'A Tragedy of Error', in the Continental Monthly in 1864, when he was twenty years old. In 1876, he emigrated to London, where he remained for the vast majority of the rest of his life, becoming a British citizen in 1915. From this point on, he was a hugely prolific author, eventually producing twenty novels and more than a hundred short stories and novellas, as well as literary criticism, plays and travelogues. Amongst James's most famous works are The Europeans (1878), Daisy Miller (1878), Washington Square (1880), The Bostonians (1886), and one of the most famous ghost stories of all time, The Turn of the Screw (1898). We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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Bankrupting the Enemy
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Award-winning author Edward S. Miller contends in this new work that the United States forced Japan into international bankruptcy to deter its aggression. While researching newly declassified records of the Treasury and Federal Reserve, Miller, a retired chief financial executive of a Fortune 500 resources corporation, uncovered just how much money mattered. Washington experts confidently predicted that the war in China would bankrupt Japan, not knowing that the Japanese government had a huge cache of dollars fraudulently hidden in New York. Once discovered, Japan scrambled to extract the money. But, Miller explains, in July 1941 President Roosevelt invoked a long-forgotten clause of the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917 to freeze Japan s dollars and forbade it to sell its hoard of gold to the U.S. Treasury, the only open gold market after 1939. Roosevelt s temporary gambit to bring Japan to its senses, not its knees, was thwarted, however, by opportunistic bureaucrats. Dean Acheson, his handpicked administrator, slyly maneuvered to deny Japan the dollars needed to buy oil and other resources for war and for economic survival. Miller's lucid writing and thorough understanding of the complexities of international finance enable readers unfamiliar with financial concepts and terminology to grasp his explanation of the impact of U.S. economic policies on Japan. His review of thirty-seven studies of Japan's resource deficiencies begs the question of why no U.S. agency calculated the impact of the freeze on Japan's overall economy. His analysis of a massive OSS-State Department study of prewar Japan clearly demonstrates that the deprivations facing the Japanese people were the country to remain in financial limbo buttressed its choice of war at Pearl Harbor. Such a well-documented study is certain to be recognized for its significant contributions to the historiography of the origins of the Pacific War.

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