Opera Omnia Il Mio Diario Di Guerra 1915 1917 La Dottrina Del Fascismo 1932 Vita Di Arnaldo 1932 Parlo Con Bruno 1941 Pensieri Pontini E Sardi 1943 Storia Di Un Anno 1944 Il Tempo Del Bastone E Della Carota

Autore: Benito Mussolini
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Opera Omnia Di Benito Mussolini Il Mio Diario Di Guerra 1915 1917 La Dottrina Del Fascismo 1932 Vita Di Arnaldo 1932 Parlo Con Bruno 1941 Pensieri Pontini E Sardi 1943 Storia Di Un Anno 1944 Il Tempo Del Bastone E Della Carota

Autore: Benito Mussolini
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The Catholic Church And Nazi Germany

Autore: Guenter Lewy
Editore: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 9780786751617
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”The subject matter of this book is controversial,” Guenter Lewy states plainly in his preface. To show the German Catholic Church’s congeniality with some of the goals of National Socialism and its gradual entrapment in Nazi policies and programs, Lewy describes the episcopate’s support of Hitler’s expansionist policies and its failures to speak out on the persecution of the Jews. To this tragic history Lewy brings new focus and research, illuminating one of the darkest corners of our century with scholarship and intellectual honesty in a riveting, and often painful, narrative.

The Death Of Hitler The Full Story With New Evidence From Secret Russian Archives

Autore: Ada Petrova
Editore: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393244954
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“Revealing and well-written. . . . A significant book.”—Houston Chronicle It is one of the most enduring mysteries of the twentieth century: how, exactly, Adolf Hitler died and what happened to his remains. With access to the Russians' Hitler Archive, this book reveals not only what happened after the Russians captured Hitler's bunker but also why the Soviets felt the details of his death had to be suppressed.

Builders Of Empire

Autore: Jessica L. Harland-Jacobs
Editore: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469606658
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They built some of the first communal structures on the empire's frontiers. The empire's most powerful proconsuls sought entrance into their lodges. Their public rituals drew dense crowds from Montreal to Madras. The Ancient Free and Accepted Masons were quintessential builders of empire, argues Jessica Harland-Jacobs. In this first study of the relationship between Freemasonry and British imperialism, Harland-Jacobs takes readers on a journey across two centuries and five continents, demonstrating that from the moment it left Britain's shores, Freemasonry proved central to the building and cohesion of the British Empire. The organization formally emerged in 1717 as a fraternity identified with the ideals of Enlightenment cosmopolitanism, such as universal brotherhood, sociability, tolerance, and benevolence. As Freemasonry spread to Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australasia, and Africa, the group's claims of cosmopolitan brotherhood were put to the test. Harland-Jacobs examines the brotherhood's role in diverse colonial settings and the impact of the empire on the brotherhood; in the process, she addresses issues of globalization, supranational identities, imperial power, fraternalism, and masculinity. By tracking an important, identifiable institution across the wide chronological and geographical expanse of the British Empire, Builders of Empire makes a significant contribution to transnational history as well as the history of the Freemasons and imperial Britain.

Fatal Misconception

Autore: Matthew James Connelly
Editore: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674029835
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Listen to a short interview with Matthew Connelly Host: Chris Gondek - Producer: Heron & Crane "Fatal Misconception" is the disturbing story of our quest to remake humanity by policing national borders and breeding better people. As the population of the world doubled once, and then again, well-meaning people concluded that only population control could preserve the "quality of life." This movement eventually spanned the globe and carried out a series of astonishing experiments, from banning Asian immigration to paying poor people to be sterilized. Supported by affluent countries, foundations, and non-governmental organizations, the population control movement experimented with ways to limit population growth. But it had to contend with the Catholic Church's ban on contraception and nationalist leaders who warned of "race suicide." The ensuing struggle caused untold suffering for those caught in the middle--particularly women and children. It culminated in the horrors of sterilization camps in India and the one-child policy in China. Matthew Connelly offers the first global history of a movement that changed how people regard their children and ultimately the face of humankind. It was the most ambitious social engineering project of the twentieth century, one that continues to alarm the global community. Though promoted as a way to lift people out of poverty--perhaps even to save the earth--family planning became a means to plan other people's families. With its transnational scope and exhaustive research into such archives as Planned Parenthood and the newly opened Vatican Secret Archives, Connelly's withering critique uncovers the cost inflicted by a humanitarian movement gone terribly awry and urges renewed commitment to the reproductive rights of all people.

Mussolini

Autore: Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick
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ISBN: 9780837184005
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An Autobiographical Account By A Leading Sardinian Republican Politician Of Resistance To Fascism In Sardinia From 1918 1930

Autore: Emilio Lussu
Editore: Edwin Mellen Press
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Masterpieces Of Modern Art

Autore: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
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Viva Picasso

Autore: David Douglas Duncan
Editore: Penguin Putnam
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A celebratory collection of over one hundred of the finest photographs ever taken of Picasso at work and play evokes the extraordinary vitality and creative, emotional depth of this great artist