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Edited by V. Kahan
This comprehensive bibliography will be a necessary starting-point for all future students of the communist international, 1919-1943. It contains the most complete annotated list of references on the subject published so far.
Edited by Chaya Brasz and Yosef Kaplan
The 25 essays in this volume revolve around the self-perception of Dutch Jews and the way they were viewed by others from the beginning of the Jewish presence in the Netherlands through the Shoah and its aftermath.
Edited by Alastair Hamilton, Alexander H. de Groot and Maurits H. van den Boogert
This is the first book, based on both European and Ottoman sources, to examine the commercial, military, and diplomatic relations between the Dutch and the English in the Levant in the early modern period with a special emphasis on the role played by the Ottoman officials and the local Christian ...
This book gives a detailed account of the most interesting period in the life of the Dutch humanist scholar Isaac Vossius (Leiden 1618 – Windsor 1689). It is largely based on Vossius’s extensive correspondence, much of which has never been published before. In particular, Isaac’s correspondence ...
Edited by Larissa Taylor
This anthology provides a broad overview of the social history of preaching throughout Western and Central Europe, with sections devoted to genre, specific countries, and commentary on the appeal of the Reformation messages.
Karl A.E. Enenkel, Jan L. de Jong and Jeanine De Landtsheer
The papers in this volume offer a wide range of examples of how historians, writers, playwrights, and painters in the early modern period focused on classical antiquity as a source from which they could recreate the past as a way of understanding and legitimizing the present. This publication ...
Edited by Tony Pollard and Iain Banks
This volume draws together a series of new studies into various aspects of the archaeology of conflict. Part of the volume focuses on conflict in the twentieth century, with several papers dealing with the growing field of First World War archaeology.
Edited by Patricia Vilches and Gerald Seaman
This volume is a multidisciplinary approach to Machiavelli's writings on government, his creative works and his legacy. It is meant for generalists seeking an introduction to Machiavelli and for specialists who are interested in a wide range of disciplinary views.
Edited by George Raudzens
This study consists of eight essays critical of the currently dominant guns and germs theories in the historiography of European colonial conquest causes. Other methods of conquest, notably communication control, were as vital as firepower and disease importation, and motives were often more ...
This a fascinating account of the history of the Boni- Maroons (Aluku-Maroons) of Surinam and French-Guiana from about 1730 until 1860. Based on archival data, oral history and the literature, the author paints an overall picture of this interesting Maroon-history of guerilla warfare, slave ...
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