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The Berlin Liberal Press in Exile
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The Berlin Liberal Press in Exile ab 109.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: A History of the Pariser Tageblatt - Pariser Tageszeitung 1933-1940. Reprint 2014. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,

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The Berlin Liberal Press in Exile
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The Berlin Liberal Press in Exile ab 109.99 € als pdf eBook: A History of the Pariser Tageblatt - Pariser Tageszeitung 1933-1940. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaften,

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The Many-Colored Land: Volume 1 of the Saga of ...
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This is a spellbinding tale woven of equal parts epic and myth - with a liberal dash of hard science fiction. When a one-way time tunnel to Earth’s distant past, specifically six million B.C., was discovered by folks on the Galactic Milieu, every misfit for light-years around hurried to pass through it. Each sought his own brand of happiness. But none could have guessed what awaited them. Not even in a million years. In the early 22nd century, many humans are being born with psychic powers and are linked in a single galactic mind. Those without these psychic powers - the misfits, undesirables, criminals, and radicals - have a choice: mental reprogramming or exile. Exile, voluntary or otherwise, takes them back six million years, to a time between the extinction of dinosaurs and the rise of Homo sapiens, and to a time of exotic surprises and unknown dangers. Julian May lives in Washington state and has been writing science fiction and fantasy for more than 30 years. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bernadette Dunne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/004039/bk_blak_004039_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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This study examines the origins of two incisive processes: the transformation of post-war Germany from a National Socialist Volksgemeinschaft to a liberal democracy and the ideological genesis of the Cold War. Its central objects of study are five German emigrants: the political theorist and Protestant Carl J. Friedrich, the Socialist political scientist Ernst Fraenkel, the Catholic publicist Waldemar Gurian, the liberal lawyer Karl Loewenstein, and finally Hans Morgenthau, a political scientist, lawyer, and theoretician in the field of international relations. They had all been intensively involved in the political debates of the Weimar era, had survived National Socialism in exile in the United States, and all went on to become influential American intellectuals and political advisors. Udi Greenberg traces their paths and demonstrates through the application of approaches from intellectual history and politics that experiences from the Weimer Republic became foundational for Germany's democratic reconstruction as well as for the transatlantic post-war order. Beginning in the interwar period in Germany and reaching until the end of the East/West conflict, this study illuminates five figures, their ideas, and the resulting political decision-making that was to have an enduring impact on Germany's relationship to America as well as on the fabric of the Cold War.

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This study examines the origins of two incisive processes: the transformation of post-war Germany from a National Socialist Volksgemeinschaft to a liberal democracy and the ideological genesis of the Cold War. Its central objects of study are five German emigrants: the political theorist and Protestant Carl J. Friedrich, the Socialist political scientist Ernst Fraenkel, the Catholic publicist Waldemar Gurian, the liberal lawyer Karl Loewenstein, and finally Hans Morgenthau, a political scientist, lawyer, and theoretician in the field of international relations. They had all been intensively involved in the political debates of the Weimar era, had survived National Socialism in exile in the United States, and all went on to become influential American intellectuals and political advisors. Udi Greenberg traces their paths and demonstrates through the application of approaches from intellectual history and politics that experiences from the Weimer Republic became foundational for Germany's democratic reconstruction as well as for the transatlantic post-war order. Beginning in the interwar period in Germany and reaching until the end of the East/West conflict, this study illuminates five figures, their ideas, and the resulting political decision-making that was to have an enduring impact on Germany's relationship to America as well as on the fabric of the Cold War.

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My Miserable Lonely Lesbian Pregnancy , Hörbuch...
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In this memoir of her 40 weeks and five days in hell, Andrea Askowitz takes an unflinching look at her pregnant life from struggling with hormones to poor body image to a self imposed exile from family to take us on a ride through the turbulence of single lesbian motherhood. Along the way we meet her liberal parents as they struggle with their daughter's choices, the lover she longs to reconnect with who goes M.I.A. before the pregnancy, the friends who turn out to be no help at all and strangers who offer up some unlikely kindness. Andrea presents herself real, raw, impossibly cranky yet deeply touching with her self-deprecating dark sense of humor that will make you wince or better yet send you into uncontrollable fits of laughter. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Xe Sands. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/003690/bk_acx0_003690_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Napoleon: Memoirs of the Private Life, Return, ...
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This book describes Napoleon as an everyman, a friend of the people, and suggests a difference between the "imperial period" and the return of a trustworthy Napoleon who had learned from exile. Because of this transformation, Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo precluded great advances in the timeline of history: "The reactionary Holy Alliance of Russia, Prussia, and Austria would not have been able to crush liberal constitutionalist movements in Spain, Greece, Eastern Europe, and elsewhere; pressure to join France in abolishing slavery in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean would have grown; the benefits of meritocracy over feudalism would have had time to become more widely appreciated; Jews would not have been forced back into their ghettos in the Papal States and made to wear the yellow star again; encouragement of the arts and sciences would have been better understood and copied; and the plans to rebuild Paris would have been implemented, making it the most gorgeous city in the world." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregg Rizzo. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/mike/001385/bk_mike_001385_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Red River Girl
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The gripping true story of a murder which haunted Canada and became a rallying cry for justice. Tina Fontaine A fifteen-year-old runaway living on the streets of Winnipeg. When her body was found weighted down in the Red River, she became yet another example of the endemic violence against Indigenous women. But her death sparked a nationwide protest. Sergeant John O'Donovan The police detective who forced the media to look at Tina differently. Vowing to deliver justice, he plotted an extraordinary undercover sting that stretched the moral boundaries of the law and obsessed him for years. Joanna Jolly An award-winning journalist whose investigation into Tina's death took her to the prison cell of the murder suspect, the First Nation reserve where Tina was raised and into the heart of a liberal nation confronting its darkest shame. 'Written with the urgency of a thriller, this book uses the tragic death of one girl to expose scandalous levels of violence against Canada's indigenous female population. A shocking story' Joan Smith, author of Misogynies 'Jolly's gripping, moving and timely book is a true crime classic. Vital, urgent and humane' Melanie McGrath, author of The Long Exile

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Red River Girl
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The gripping true story of a murder which haunted Canada and became a rallying cry for justice. Tina Fontaine A fifteen-year-old runaway living on the streets of Winnipeg. When her body was found weighted down in the Red River, she became yet another example of the endemic violence against Indigenous women. But her death sparked a nationwide protest. Sergeant John O'Donovan The police detective who forced the media to look at Tina differently. Vowing to deliver justice, he plotted an extraordinary undercover sting that stretched the moral boundaries of the law and obsessed him for years. Joanna Jolly An award-winning journalist whose investigation into Tina's death took her to the prison cell of the murder suspect, the First Nation reserve where Tina was raised and into the heart of a liberal nation confronting its darkest shame. 'Written with the urgency of a thriller, this book uses the tragic death of one girl to expose scandalous levels of violence against Canada's indigenous female population. A shocking story' Joan Smith, author of Misogynies 'Jolly's gripping, moving and timely book is a true crime classic. Vital, urgent and humane' Melanie McGrath, author of The Long Exile

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