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Sønderborg Statsskole 1920-1970. Udgivet Af Sønderborg Samfundet. (Redaktion: Erik Eriksen, Astrid Grevsen Kappel, Viggo Petersen.).
Author: Slot (SONDERBURG). Sønderborg Samfundet, Erik ERIKSEN (Adjunkt.), Astrid Grevsen KAPPEL, Viggo PETERSEN (Lektor.)
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Year: 1970
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National Union Catalog
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Year: 1968
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Includes entries for maps and atlases.
Sønderjydske aarbøger
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Year: 1989
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Personalhistorisk tidsskrift
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Year: 1972
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Det Danske bogmarked
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Year: 1971
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General catalogue of printed books
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Year: 1979
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Kraks blaa bog
Author: Ove Holger Krak
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Year: 1997
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1864
Author: Tom Buk-Swienty
Publisher: Profile Books
ISBN: 1782830774
Pages: 444
Year: 2015-04-02
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The Battle of Dybbl, 1864. Prussian troops lay siege to an outpost in the far south of Denmark. The conflict is over control of the Duchy of Schleswig, recently annexed by Denmark to the alarm of its largely German-speaking inhabitants. Danish troops make a valiant attempt to hold out but are overrun by the might of the Prussian onslaught. Of little strategic importance, the struggle for Schleswig foreshadowed the same forces that, fifty years later, would tear Europe apart. Prussia's victory would not only rejuvenate its nascent militarism, but help it claim leadership of the new German Empire. Told in rich detail through first-hand accounts, Tom Buk-Swienty's magisterial account of the Schleswig conflict tells the story of this pivotal war. 1864 shows how a minor regional conflict foreshadowed the course of diplomacy that led to the First World War and brutally presaged the industrialised future of warfare. But most of all, in its human detail, from touching letters between husbands and wives to heartbreaking individual stories of loss, 1864 is a gripping, epic human drama that shows the effect all wars have on the soldiers, on families and on the individual men and women who must live its realities.
Danish Towns During Absolutism
Author: Søren Bitsch Christensen, Jørgen Mikkelsen
Publisher: Aarhus Universitetsforlag
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Year: 2008
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This anthology pres-ents in English recent significant research on Denmark's urban development during the Age of Absolutism, 1660-1848, and features 15 articles written by leading Danish urban historians. The years of Absolutism were marked by a general crisis for the Danish urban community, mainly caused by the devastating effects of the seventeenth century warfare. Some few towns, however, stood out with positive development, first and fore-most Copenhagen which flourished in its function as the centre of the Absolutist regime. The book traces both the roots of the urban crisis as well as the regional and temporal variations. Many articles provide an overview of urbanisation in both the Kingdom of Denmark and the Duchy of Schleswig, while other articles focus on the economic. social, and cultural urban functions.
Resurgence of Class Conflict in Western Europe Since 1968
Author: Colin Crouch, Alessandro Pizzorno
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349030252
Pages: 334
Year: 1978-06-17
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Barack Obama Is Your New Bicycle
Author: Mathew Honan
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1592404162
Pages: 192
Year: 2008
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Collects random phrases that capture America's obsession with Senator Obama.
The religion of Isaac Newton
Author: Frank Edward Manuel
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Year: 1974-12-19
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The Laughter Is on My Side
Author: Søren Kierkegaard
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691020582
Pages: 245
Year: 1989-09-21
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Here is an engaging alternative to the more solemn introductions to Sren Kierkegaard that are currently available: The Laughter Is on My Side entices us into Kierkegaard's way of looking at the world. Skillfully clearing a path to the heart of Kierkegaard's writings for those who may be unfamiliar with the great Danish thinker, Roger Poole and Henrik Stangerup rearrange some of his most pleasurable and most readable passages to form an entertaining "text-narrative"--not a selection in the ordinary sense but an innovative presentation that tells a new story. The book replaces the inaccessible Kierkegaard of philosophical legend with an ironic, witty, shrewdly observant writer, writing for the amusement of writing, and not for the grimmer satisfactions of instructing or upbraiding. Above all, the Kierkegaard revealed by Poole and Stangerup becomes, in the deepest sense, our contemporary. Taking its title from the young Kierkegaard's nickname, "The Fork," the first section of the work is full of urbane and erotic materials and has much to say about his famous broken engagement to Regine Olsen. A section called "Women" will be of special interest to feminists, particularly the three discourses from the Symposium section of Stages on Life's Way. "The Midnight Hour" presents Kierkegaard's most anguished and existential passages: "Do you not know there comes a midnight hour when everyone has to throw off his mask? Do you think you can slip away a little before midnight in order to avoid this?" Lastly, "1848 : 1984" presents Kierkegaard as an incisive and relevant political thinker in a way that has never been attempted before.
Adelaide Piper
Author: Beth Webb Hart
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 1418525677
Pages: 340
Year: 2006-07-11
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“With humor and a nice southern accent...a fine follow-up to her highlypraised first novel, Grace at Love Tide.” –Booklist, starred review The year is 1989 and dark currents lurk beneath the smooth surface of theelite Virginia campus where Adelaide Piper has come to study. Her poeticsensibility and idealism only irritate the socialites and cynics who notice herat all. After a heartbreaking loss of innocence, Adelaide must navigate between hergenteel Southern upbringing and the gritty realities of a new generation. Ultimately Adelaide must return to the very ground she once cursed, findinga deeper appreciation for her Southern heritage, however broken and imperfect. Featured in Southern Living's Books of the South