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Defending the Rights of Others: The Great Powers, the Jews, and International Minority Protection, 1878-1938
List of maps List of photographs Preface Abbreviations A note on place and personal names Part I. From Empires to New States: 1. Prologue: the Congress of Berlin 2. Bucharest, August 1913 3. TheExpand
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Defender of Minorities: Germany in the League of Nations, 1926–1933
  • C. Fink
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 1972
Germany under the Weimar Republic played the role of champion of minorities in Europe. A combination of revisionist hopes, volkisch arrogance, and humanitarian concern for the fate of lost kinExpand
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[Effect of valeprotriate on spontaneous motor activity in mice].
The purpose of the present investigation was to study effects of valtrate and acetoxyvaltrate hydrine on locomotor activity of mice. The method is characterized by the control of single animals overExpand
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[The effects of valtrate on the EEG of the isolated, perfused rat brain].
The purpose of the present investigation was to prove the central activity of valtrate. In order to avoid biotransformation of valtrate the isolated perfused rat brain was used for this study. TheExpand
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Stresemann's Minority Policies, 1924-29
Gustav Stresemann, Weimar Germany’s most illustrious diplomat and statesman, was a champion of minority rights. The first European leader to raise the minorities issue to international prominence, heExpand
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Cold War: An International History
Introduction Chapter One: Prelude: Soviet Russia and the West, 1917-1941 Chapter Two: The Grand Alliance, 1941-1945 Chapter Three: Cold War, 1949-52 Chapter Four: The Widening Conflict, 1953-1964Expand
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The Genoa Conference: European Diplomacy, 1921-1922
This work, by Carole Fink, winner of the George Louis Beer Prize, traces the origin and outcome of the Genoa Conference in 1921/22, one of the most important events in European diplomacy followingExpand
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Aftermath: A New World Disorder
The Shock of Recognition: 1965–1966