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Diplomats Without a Country

Diplomats Without a Country Author James T. McHugh
ISBN-10 0313318786
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 282
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This text describes the diplomatic activities of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania during the Cold War. Although absorbed by the Soviet Union during World War II, these countries managed to maintain some form of diplomatic representation at various times in assorted countries world-wide. McHugh (politi



Tolerance Suspicion and Hostility Changing U S Attitudes toward the Japanese Communist Movement 1944 1947

Tolerance  Suspicion  and Hostility  Changing U S  Attitudes toward the Japanese Communist Movement  1944 1947 Author Henry Oinas-Kukkonen
ISBN-10 9780313052415
Release 2003-03-30
Pages 256
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Over the course of the American Occupation of Japan, the U.S. attitude toward the Japanese Communist Party (JCP) gradually shifted from one of friendly cooperation to one of mutual opposition. This new study examines the initial approach toward communism in Japan; internal and external factors that affected American attitudes; the various phases of the relationship; and how Japan ultimately became a democratic nation. Oinas-Kukkonen investigates American information gathering techniques used at the time to determine possible links with the Soviet Union. He also discusses the possibility that Nosaka Sanzo, one of the main leaders of the JCP, was an American spy. Using previously secret records of General MacArthur's intelligence staff and plentiful archival materials on the Occupation, this study explores how the United States originally sought to utilize the JCP to assist in the democratization process. It identifies the perceived threat of a revolution in March 1947 as a key turning point in U.S. attitudes. Involved in a delicate balancing act with multiple Japanese interests, some American officials feared that elements of the extreme left might even evolve into extreme right-wing terrorists. In this comprehensive account, Oinas-Kukkonen includes information on the indirect role of the Europeans in this affair, as well as the roles of outsider groups such as the outcaste burakumin and the Koreans residing in Japan.



Certain Ideas of France

Certain Ideas of France Author H. L. Wesseling
ISBN-10 0313323410
Release 2002
Pages 205
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Wesseling, one of the Netherlands' most respected contemporary historians, offers a great variety of studies and essays on modern French history and historians. The work is unique in its combination of biographical and structural approaches.



South Sea Maidens

South Sea Maidens Author Michael Sturma
ISBN-10 0313316740
Release 2002
Pages 193
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Pulls together an array of popular images from history, fiction, visual arts, anthropology, film, and tourism to provide a fresh perspective on an enduring Western icon.



Personal Policy Making

Personal Policy Making Author
ISBN-10 0313321078
Release 2002
Pages 170
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Details the actions of some high-ranking Canadian foreign service officials who put humanitarian concerns before realpolitik in pressing for the partition of Palestine.



Passion Politics and Philosophie

Passion  Politics  and Philosophie Author Leonore Loft
ISBN-10 0313317798
Release 2002
Pages 279
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This in-depth examination of Brissot's intellectual evolution illuminates his unique ideological chemistry. While in many ways a child of the Enlightenment, this Revolutionary activist moved beyond his times in his devotion to an egalitarian vision. Loft traces that development, giving Brissot his well-deserved place in French and world history.



By the Sword and the Cross

By the Sword and the Cross Author Charles A. Truxillo
ISBN-10 0313316767
Release 2001
Pages 124
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A concise overview of Spanish America during the colonial era (1492-1825), this study attempts a synthesis of Iberian and Latin American historical narratives within the context of world history. Spanish civilization was transferred to the Americas as Spain imposed its medieval Catholic culture upon the Americas successfully replacing the elite cultures of the Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas. Iberian culture became indigenous by way of cross-culturalization, and Creole elites found independence inevitable once their way of life became defined by American circumstances. Truxillo places emphasis on the big picture through examination of broad developments such as the rise and fall of Pre-Columbian civilizations, Baroque culture in Latin America, and the role of the Enlightenment in Spanish American independence. He details the career of Tlacaelel, the conquest of Mexico, European rivalry in the New World, and the crisis of government in the post-independence period both in Spain and the New World. The study also discusses developments in the fields of cultural studies and World Systems in the context of the acculturation of indigenous peoples to Iberian norms and the evolution of the Seville-based system of trade. Further, it examines the process by which the Bourbon reforms alienated Spanish American elites and prepared the way for independence.



Chinese Nationalism in Perspective

Chinese Nationalism in Perspective Author C. X. George Wei
ISBN-10 0313315116
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 246
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Examines the various forms of Chinese nationalism from the early twentieth century to the 1990s.



2001

2001 Author Massimo Mastrogregori
ISBN-10 9783110951400
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 421
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Annually published since 1930, the International bibliography of Historical Sciences (IBOHS) is an international bibliography of the most important historical monographs and periodical articles published throughout the world, which deal with history from the earliest to the most recent times. The works are arranged systematically according to period, region or historical discipline, and within this classification alphabetically. The bibliography contains a geographical index and indexes of persons and authors.



Kidnap City

Kidnap City Author Arthur Lee Smith
ISBN-10 0313323615
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 199
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Reveals the role of American intelligence agencies in the many West Berlin kidnappings after World War II.



Choice

Choice Author
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106011264410
Release 2001
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A History of the French Anarchist Movement 1917 1945

A History of the French Anarchist Movement  1917 1945 Author David Berry
ISBN-10 0313320268
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 323
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Analyzes the anarchists' responses to the Russian and Spanish revolutions, bolshevism, fascism, and war.



Churchill s guests

Churchill s guests Author Robert W. Allen
ISBN-10 031332218X
Release 2003
Pages 212
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A comprehensive look at a wartime partnership from the perspective of the junior partner, this account details the evolution of relations from awkward tolerance to full teamwork.



Current Publications in Legal and Related Fields

Current Publications in Legal and Related Fields Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105060305856
Release 2003
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One King One Law Three Faiths

One King  One Law  Three Faiths Author Patricia Behre Miskimin
ISBN-10 0313307288
Release 2002
Pages 153
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Discusses feuding between Catholics, Protestants, and Jews in the northeastern French city of Metz, and how that interaction ultimately strengthened the king's hand.



American Book Publishing Record

American Book Publishing Record Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105111051640
Release 2001
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Subject Guide to Books in Print

Subject Guide to Books in Print Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105025888517
Release 2003
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