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Reconsidering peace and patriotism during the First World War, Justin Quinn Olmstead, editor

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Reconsidering peace and patriotism during the First World War
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Reconsidering peace and patriotism during the First World War
Statement of responsibility
Justin Quinn Olmstead, editor
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
  • 940.3/1
  • 940.312
Index
index present
LC call number
  • D613
  • D1-DX301
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Olmstead, Justin Quinn
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  • World War (1914-1918)
  • World War, 1914-1918
  • Peace movements
  • Pacifism
  • Patriotism
  • Social history
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Reconsidering peace and patriotism during the First World War, Justin Quinn Olmstead, editor
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Reconsidering Peace and Patriotism during the First World War; Preface; Contents; Part I Introduction to Part I; The International Peace Bureau and the Universal Peace Congresses, 1899-1914; Notes; The Masonic International and the Peace Movement in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries; Masonic Universalism in the Age of Nationalism; The First International Masonic Congresses; The Bureau International Des Relations Maçonniques And An Attempt at Franco-German Rapprochement; Esperanto, Universala Framasona Ligo, and Droit Humain
  • Difficulties And Crises Of The Bureau International Des Relations MaçonniquesConclusions; Notes; Part II Introduction to Part II; The Legacy of Léon Bourgeois: From the Solidarist Doctrine to the Emergence of International Arbitration; The Fight Against Hegemonic Wishes as a Result of the Hague Conferences: The Influence of Multilateral Diplomacy as Promoted by Solidarism; Compromise as the Philosophical Basis of the Radical-Socialist Action: The Source of International Arbitration; 'The Great Cause of International Arbitration': The Edification of the Law of Nations; Notes
  • French International Lawyers in the Service of International Peace During the Early Twentieth Century: The Case of Nicolas Politis (1872-1942)Notes; G. E. Modigliani in the Zimmerwald Movement: 'War Against War' and the United States of Europe; Notes; 'With Every Nerve in My Body I Stand for Peace'-Jane Ellen Harrison and the Heresy of War; Darwin, the 'Good Soldier', and the 'Everyman' of War: A Trajectory of Peace; 'With Every Nerve in My Body I Stand for Peace': Epilogue on the War; Notes; References
  • Between Front Lines: The Militant Pacifist Rosika Schwimmer (1877-1948) and Her Total Peace EffortSetting the Scene: Schwimmer's Pacifist Prelude in London; Schwimmer's Pacifist Mobilization in the United States; Schwimmer and US Pacifism: Beyond the Canon; Epilogue: Schwimmer's Hand in Pacifist Poker Games; Notes; Bibliography; Printed primary sources; Printed secondary works; Part III Introduction to Part III; Peace, a Tactical Approach: How Britain and Germany Abused the Promise of Peace during the First World War; The House-Grey Memorandum; The German Peace Offer of 1916; Conclusion
  • Notes A Future Too Awful to Contemplate: Lord Lansdowne, War Aims, and Peace Advocacy in England in 1917; Notes; Bibliography; Mutineers and Non-Mutineers in the French Army (May-June 1917); Refusal of 'Those Who Refuse'...; The War Experience and the Reputation of tyhe 129th IR; Three-Day Dissidence; The Case of the 12th IR: A Particular Case?; Regimental Protest Facing Regimental Consent; The Destiny of the Glorious 129th Regiment of Infantry; Notes; Index
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1 online resource (174 pages)
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online
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9783319513010
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Label
Reconsidering peace and patriotism during the First World War, Justin Quinn Olmstead, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Reconsidering Peace and Patriotism during the First World War; Preface; Contents; Part I Introduction to Part I; The International Peace Bureau and the Universal Peace Congresses, 1899-1914; Notes; The Masonic International and the Peace Movement in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries; Masonic Universalism in the Age of Nationalism; The First International Masonic Congresses; The Bureau International Des Relations Maçonniques And An Attempt at Franco-German Rapprochement; Esperanto, Universala Framasona Ligo, and Droit Humain
  • Difficulties And Crises Of The Bureau International Des Relations MaçonniquesConclusions; Notes; Part II Introduction to Part II; The Legacy of Léon Bourgeois: From the Solidarist Doctrine to the Emergence of International Arbitration; The Fight Against Hegemonic Wishes as a Result of the Hague Conferences: The Influence of Multilateral Diplomacy as Promoted by Solidarism; Compromise as the Philosophical Basis of the Radical-Socialist Action: The Source of International Arbitration; 'The Great Cause of International Arbitration': The Edification of the Law of Nations; Notes
  • French International Lawyers in the Service of International Peace During the Early Twentieth Century: The Case of Nicolas Politis (1872-1942)Notes; G. E. Modigliani in the Zimmerwald Movement: 'War Against War' and the United States of Europe; Notes; 'With Every Nerve in My Body I Stand for Peace'-Jane Ellen Harrison and the Heresy of War; Darwin, the 'Good Soldier', and the 'Everyman' of War: A Trajectory of Peace; 'With Every Nerve in My Body I Stand for Peace': Epilogue on the War; Notes; References
  • Between Front Lines: The Militant Pacifist Rosika Schwimmer (1877-1948) and Her Total Peace EffortSetting the Scene: Schwimmer's Pacifist Prelude in London; Schwimmer's Pacifist Mobilization in the United States; Schwimmer and US Pacifism: Beyond the Canon; Epilogue: Schwimmer's Hand in Pacifist Poker Games; Notes; Bibliography; Printed primary sources; Printed secondary works; Part III Introduction to Part III; Peace, a Tactical Approach: How Britain and Germany Abused the Promise of Peace during the First World War; The House-Grey Memorandum; The German Peace Offer of 1916; Conclusion
  • Notes A Future Too Awful to Contemplate: Lord Lansdowne, War Aims, and Peace Advocacy in England in 1917; Notes; Bibliography; Mutineers and Non-Mutineers in the French Army (May-June 1917); Refusal of 'Those Who Refuse'...; The War Experience and the Reputation of tyhe 129th IR; Three-Day Dissidence; The Case of the 12th IR: A Particular Case?; Regimental Protest Facing Regimental Consent; The Destiny of the Glorious 129th Regiment of Infantry; Notes; Index
Dimensions
unknown
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1 online resource (174 pages)
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319513010
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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