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Mental Health Act 1983 Code of Practice
Bagshaw, R. (1996) Cross & Wilkins Outline of the Law of Evidence. London: Butterworth. Gibson, B. and Cavadino, P. (1995) Introduction to the Criminal Justice Process. Winchester, Hants: WatersideExpand
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German Atrocities, 1914: A History of Denial
Is it true that the German army, invading Belgium and France in August 1914, perpetrated brutal atrocities? Or are accounts of the deaths of thousands of unarmed civilians mere fabricationsExpand
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Vectors of Violence: Paramilitarism in Europe after the Great War, 1917–1923*
On May 25, 1919, the conservative Austrian newspaper Innsbrucker Nachrichten observed that the end of the Great War had not made Europe a more peaceful place. Under the headline “War in Peace,” theExpand
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Civilian populations and wartime violence: towards an historical analysis
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  • Political Science
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Since the eighteenth century, relations between civilian populations and wartime violence have passed through three stages. First, the politicisation of war. The levee en masse, an invention of theExpand
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War in Peace: Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great War
1. Paramilitarism in Europe after the Great War: An Introduction PART I: REVOLUTION AND COUNTER-REVOLUTION 2. Revolution and Counter-Revolution: The Syndrome of Violence in Russia's Civil Wars,Expand
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State, society and mobilization in Europe during the First World War: National ideals
List of contributors Preface 1. Introduction: mobilising for 'total war', 1914-1918 John Horne Part I. National Ideals: 2. German artists, writers and intellectuals and the meaning of war, 1914-1918Expand
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A Companion to World War I
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Our war : Ireland and the Great War
This is an illustrated collection of essays by leading historians on how the Great War affected Ireland. It finally provides an Irish perspective on the Great War of 1914-18 which, as has often beenExpand
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State, society and mobilization in Europe during the First World War: Introduction: mobilizing for ‘total war’, 1914–1918
The subject of this volume is a major feature of the First World War both as an experience and as a shaping event in twentieth-century history. It is the relationship between national mobilizationExpand
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