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The Europa year-book
London : Europa Pub. Co., [1926-1929]
Baker Berry Old Dartmouth H30 E89
Primeira Guerra Mundial : reflexos no Brasil
organização, Hilda Agnes Hübner Flores, Lotário Neuberger
Porto Alegre : EDIPLAT : 2014
Baker Berry D621.B6 P75 2014
Anti-Suvorov : "Ledokol" oprovergnut!
Zhevalov, Sergeĭ, author
Moskva : TD Algoritm, 2016
Baker Berry D742.S58 Z54 2016
Voennai︠a︡ istorii︠a︡ Gori︠a︡chego kli︠u︡cha : avgust 1942--i︠a︡nvarʹ 1943 istoricheskai︠a︡ retrospektiva (fakty, versii, vospominanii︠a︡)
Dobrotvorskiĭ, Valeriĭ Lʹvovich, author
Krasnodar : Ėkoinvest, 2014
Baker Berry D764.7.K65 D63 2014
A life beyond the boundaries
Anderson, Benedict, author
London ; Verso, 2016
Shifting Youth -- The American Origins of Area Studies -- Fieldwork -- Frameworks of Comparison -- Interdisciplinary -- Retirement and Liberation -- Afterword.
"An intellectual memoir by the author of the acclaimed Imagined Communities. Benedict Anderson is one of the leading historians of nationalism and Southeast Asia. His seminal book Imagined Communities has changed the way we think about the reason that people live, die and kill in the name of nationhood. Born in China, Anderson spent his childhood in California and Ireland, was educated in England and finally found a home at Cornell University, where he immersed himself in the growing field of Southeast Asian studies. After field work in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines, he was banned from Suharto's Indonesia for disputing the legitimacy of the 1965 coup. In his memoir, he brings to life the intellectual formation of a life spent open to the world, resisting the easy comforts of imagined homes: the joys of learning languages; the importance of field work; the influence of the New Left upon global thinking; and the satisfactions of teaching"--
Baker Berry D15.A53 A3 2016
The secret war : spies, ciphers, and guerrillas 1939-1945
Hastings, Max, author
New York, NY : Harper, An Imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
Before the deluge. Seekers after truth ; The British: gentlemen and players ; The Russians: temples of espionage -- The storm breaks. The "fiction flood" ; Shadowing Canaris -- Miracles take a little longer: Bletchley. "Tips" and "cillis" ; Flirting with America -- The dogs that barked. "Lucy's" people ; Sorge's warnings ; The orchestra plays ; The deaf man in the Kremlin -- Divine winds. Mrs Ferguson's tea set ; The Japanese ; The man who won Midway -- Muddling and groping: the Russians at war. Centre mobilises ; The end of Sorge ; The second source ; Gourevitch takes a train -- Britain's secret war machine. The sharp end ; The brain ; At sea -- 'Mars': the bloodiest deception. Gehlen ; "Agent Max" -- The orchestra's last concert -- Guerrilla. Resisters and raiders ; SOE -- Hoover's G-men, Donovan's wild men. Adventurers ; Ivory towers ; Allen Dulles: talking to Germans -- Russia's partisans: terrorising both sides -- Islands in the storm. The Abwehr's Irish jig ; No man's land -- A little help from their friends. "It stinks, but somebody has to do it" ; American traitors -- The knowledge factories. Agents ; The jewel of sources ; Production lines ; Infernal machines -- 'Blunderhead': the English patient -- Eclipse of the Abwehr. Hitler's Bletchleys ; "Cicero" ; The fantasists ; The "good" Nazi -- Battlefields. Wielding the Ultra wand ; Suicide spies ; Tarnished triumph -- Black widows, few white knights. Fighting Japan ; Fighting each other ; The enemy: groping in the dark -- 'Enormoz' -- Decoding victory.
An examination of one of the most important yet underexplored aspects of World War II--intelligence--shows how espionage successes and failures by the United States, Britain, Russia, Germany, and Japan influenced the course of the war and its final outcome.
Baker Berry D810.S7 H365 2016
La Guerra de los treinta años : una visión desde la monarquía hispánica
Negredo del Cerro, Fernando, 1968-
Madrid : Editorial Síntesis, 
Baker Berry D271.S7 N44 2016
Partisan diary : a woman's life in the Italian Resistance
Gobetti, Ada, 1902-1968
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014
List of Acronyms -- Map -- Introduction -- 10-12 September 1943 -- 13 September-16 November 1943 -- 17-23 November 1943 -- 24 November 1943-23 March 1944 -- 24 March-1 April 1944 -- 2 April-25 June 1944 -- 26 June-4 July 1944 -- 5 July-14 November 1944 -- 15-27 November 1944 -- 28 November-25 December 1944 -- 30 December 1944-26 February 1945 -- 27 February-25 April 1945 -- 26-28 April 1945.
"Ada Gobetti's Partisan Diary is both diary and memoir. From the German entry into Turin on 10 September 1943 to the liberation of the city on 28 April 1945, Gobetti recorded an almost daily account of events, sentiments, and personalities, in a cryptic English only she could understand. Italian senator and philosopher Benedetto Croce encouraged Ada to convert her notes into a book. Published by Giulio Einaudi editore in 1956, it won the Premio Prato, an annual prize for a work inspired by the Italian Resistance (Resistenza). From a political and military point of view, the Partisan Diary provides firsthand knowledge of how the partisans in Piedmont fought, what obstacles they encountered, and who joined the struggle against the Nazis and the Fascists. The mountainous terrain and long winters of the Alpine regions (the site of many of their battles) and the ever-present threat of reprisals by German occupiers and their fascist partners exacerbated problems of organization among the various partisan groups. So arduous was their fight, that key military events--Italy's declaration of war on Germany, the fall of Rome, and the Allied landings on D-Day--appear in the diary as remote and almost unrelated incidents. Ada Gobetti writes of the heartbreak of mothers who lost their sons or watched them leave on dangerous missions of sabotage, relating it to worries about her own son Paolo. She reflects on the relationship between anti-fascist thought of the 1920s, in particular the ideas of her husband, Piero Gobetti, and the Italian resistance movement (Resistenza) in which she and her son were participating. While the Resistenza represented a culmination of more than twenty years of anti-fascist activity for Ada, it also helped illuminate the exceptional talents, needs, and rights of Italian women, more than one hundred thousand of whom participated"--
Baker Berry D802.I8 M32513 2014
O Brasil na i guerra mundial : o centenario da grande guerra
Giorgis, Luiz Ernani Caminha, 1949- author
Baker Berry D621.B8 G56 2014
The extermination of the European Jews
Gerlach, Christian, 1963- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
1. Introduction -- pt. I. Persecution by Germans. 2. Before 1933 ; 3. From enforced emigration to territorial schemes: 1933-41 ; 4. From mass murder to comprehensive annihilation: 1941-2 ; 5. Extending mass destruction: 1942-5 ; 6. Structures and agents of violence -- pt. II. Logics of persecution. 7. Racism and anti-Jewish thought ; 8. Forced labor, German violence and Jews ; 9. Hunger policies and mass murder ; 10. The economics of separation, expropriation, crowding and removal ; 11. Fighting resistance and the persecution of Jews -- pt. III. The European dimension. 12. Legislation against Jews in Europe: a comparison ; 13. Divided societies: popular input to the persecution of Jews ; 14. Beyond legislation: non-German policies of violence ; 15. In the labyrinths of persecution: survival attempts ; 16. Conclusion: Group destruction in extremely violent societies.
"This major reinterpretation of the Holocaust surveys the destruction of the European Jews within the broader context of Nazi violence against other victim groups. Christian Gerlach offers a unique social history of mass violence which reveals why particular groups were persecuted and what it was that connected the fate of these groups and the policies against them. He explores the diverse ideological, political and economic motivations which lay behind the murder of the Jews and charts the changing dynamics of persecution during the course of the war. The book brings together both German actions and those of non-German states and societies, shedding new light on the different groups and vested interests involved and their role in the persecution of non-Jews as well. Ranging across continental Europe, it reveals that popular notions of race were often more important in shaping persecution than scientific racism or Nazi dogma"--
Baker Berry D804.3 .G4675 2016
Bloodied banners : martial display on the medieval battlefield
Jones, Robert W
Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK ; Boydell Press, 2010
Martial display and the peculiar death of Sir John Chandos -- Heraldic display and the role of identification on the battlefield -- The banner as a symbol of identity, authority, and status -- Badges and communal display -- Audible display on the battlefield -- The practical function of armour on the battlefield -- The psychological role of armour on the battlefield -- The display value of the sword and horse on the battlefield -- Religious symbolism in martial display -- Martial display and the case for a fourteenth-century military revolution.
Baker Berry D128 .J66 2010
世界体系论与中国 / 王正毅著
北京 : 商务印书馆, 2000
Baker Berry East Asian D31 .W36 2000
Vivências da Primeira Guerra Mundial : entre a Europa e o Brasil
Antonio de Ruggiero, Claudia Musa Fay e René E. Gertz (orgs.)
São Leopoldo : Oikos Editora, 2015
Baker Berry D524.7.B6 V594 2015
Hannes, Nick, photographer
[Veurne] : Hannibal, 
Baker Berry D973 .H36 2014
European elites and ideas of empire, 1917-1957
Gusejnova, Dina, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2016
Part I. Celebrity of Decline -- 1. Famous deaths : subjects of imperial decline -- 2. Shared horizons : the sentimental elite in the Great War -- Part II. Power of Prestige -- 3. Soft power : pan-Europeanism after the Habsburgs -- 4. The German princes : an aristocratic fraction in the democratic age -- 5. Crusaders of civility : the legal internationalism of the Baltic Barons -- Part III. Phantom Empires -- 6. Knights of many faces : the dream of chivalry and its dreamers -- 7. Apostles of elegy : Bloomsbury's continental connections -- Epilogue -- Archives.
"Who thought of Europe as a community before its economic integration in 1957? Dina Gusejnova illustrates how a supranational European mentality was forged from depleted imperial identities. In the revolutions of 1917 to 1920, the power of the Hohenzollern, Habsburg and Romanoff dynasties over their subjects expired. Even though Germany lost its credit as a world power twice in that century, in the global cultural memory, the old Germanic families remained associated with the idea of Europe in areas reaching from Mexico to the Baltic region and India. Gusejnova's book sheds light on a group of German-speaking intellectuals of aristocratic origin who became pioneers of Europe's future regeneration. In the minds of transnational elites, the continent's future horizons retained the contours of phantom empires"--
Baker Berry D727 .G84 2016
The U.S. Coast Guard in World War II
Willoughby, Malcolm F., author
Annapolis, MD : Naval Institute Press, 2016
Baker Berry D773 .W48 2016
British women of the Eastern Front : war, writing and experience in Serbia and Russia, 1914-20
Smith, Angela K., author
Manchester [UK] : Manchester University Press, 2016
Baker Berry D639.W7 S64 2016
The First World War and German national identity : the Dual Alliance at war
Vermeiren, Jan, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
The concept of the German nation, 1871-1914 -- The dual alliance and the outbreak of war -- The idea of Austria-Hungary -- German historiography and the comradeship-in-arms -- Mitteleuropa and the war aims debate -- The Hungarian alliance partner -- The Polish problem -- The nationality question in Austria.
Baker Berry D515 .V45 2016
Three empires, three cities : identity, material culture and legitimacy in Venice, Ravenna and Rome, 750-1000
edited by Veronica West-Harling
Turnhout, Belgium : Brepols, 
Baker Berry D134 .T47 2015
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