Reporting The Troubles

Author: Deric Henderson
ISBN: 9781780731797
Size: 16,67 MB
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In Reporting the Troubles sixty-eight renowned journalists tell their stories of working in Northern Ireland during the Troubles - the victims that they have never forgotten, the events that have never left them, and the lasting impact of the experience of working through those years.

The Troubles Ireland S Ordeal And The Search For Peace

Author: Tim Pat Coogan
Editor: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312294182
Size: 12,75 MB
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The tortured history of Ireland from the beginning of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, through the long, horrible years of violence and up to the attempts to find peace.

Reporting The Troubles At Ulster Television

Author: Orla Lafferty
Size: 12,28 MB
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Emigration And Immigration

Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce
Size: 15,77 MB
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Reporting The Resistance

Author: J. M. Bumsted
Editor: Univ. of Manitoba Press
ISBN: 0887553605
Size: 19,36 MB
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"Reporting the Resistance "brings together two first-person accounts to give a view 'from the ground' of the developments that shocked Canada and created the province of Manitoba. In 1869 and 1870, Begg and Hargrave were regular correspondents for (respectively) the "Toronto Globe" and the "Montreal Herald." While neither man was a committed supporter of the Metis or Louis Riel, each gives a more complex, and more sympathetic, view of the resistance that is commonly expected from the Anglophone community of Red River. They describe, often from very different perspectives, the events of the resistance, as well as give insider accounts of the social and political background. Largely unreprinted until now, this correspondence remains a relatively untapped resource for contemporary views of the resistance. These are the Red River's own accounts, and are often quite different from the perspective of eastern observers.

Times Of Troubles

Author: Andrew Sanders
Editor: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748655131
Size: 16,32 MB
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How 'The Troubles' in Ulster defined the Scottish and British military experience post-WW2.

Keith Kyle Reporting The World

Author: Keith Kyle
Editor: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 0857714007
Size: 11,43 MB
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Keith Kyle was ‘the epitome of the intellectual journalist’ and the foremost historian of the Suez War. In this, his posthumously published autobiography, he takes the reader on a spectacular and exhilarating journey through the political history of the later 20th century, to the heart of world-shaking international crises where great events, people and places come to life. The clarity, expertise, enthusiasm and essential modesty with which he wrote gave his international audience the vital feeling of involvement and being there. Here was a reporter - and he claimed to be no more - of rare skill, intelligence, humanity and true moral purpose. Keith Kyle’s extraordinary career took him from history at Oxford with A.J.P. Taylor, military service in India and Burma (ending as ‘an unlikely infantry captain’), to the BBC World Service. He was recruited for The Economist by Geoffrey Crowther to act as Political and Parliamentary Correspondent in Washington, where he was at the epicentre of world politics. He was in Washington when the Suez crisis broke - the subject of his major history, Suez: Britain's End of Empire in the Middle East, which has defined the subject to the present. Keith Kyle’s radio and television journalism brought him into countless British homes as BBC Talks Producer but he also held political ambitions which saw him contesting - unsuccessfully - St Albans and Braintree for Labour and Northampton South for the SDP/Alliance. In Keith Kyle’s last years his life evolved from his years of vivid reporting of world politics, to scholarly research and writing at the John F Kennedy Institute of Politics at Harvard; St Antony’s College, Oxford; the RIIA at Chatham House; and the University of Ulster, where he was Visiting Professor of History.

Reporting The Holocaust In The British Swedish And Finnish Press 1945 50

Author: A. Holmila
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230305865
Size: 18,69 MB
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Examining how the press in Britain, Sweden and Finland responded to the Holocaust immediately after the Second World War, Holmila offers new insights into the challenge posed by the Holocaust for liberal democracies by looking at the reporting of the liberation of the camps, the Nuremberg trial and the Jewish immigration to Palestine.

Fcc Record

Author: United States. Federal Communications Commission
Size: 17,79 MB
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Drawing The Line Once Again

Author: Paul Goodman
Editor: PM Press
ISBN: 160486057X
Size: 17,82 MB
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In a new initiative, PM Press and Goodman's literary exuctor, Taylor Stoerh have gathered nine core texts by the truely libertarian, seminal thinker. Included are the utopian essays and proposals which inspired the dissident youth of the 1960s, influencing theory so deeply that are now perceived as underlying assumptions of contemporary radicalism. A potent antidote to US imperialism with analyses of civil disobedience, decentralism and anarchy.