International Politics and Political Violence, 1900-1930

3 boxes and items in oversize box
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Contains clippings arranged according to geographical subject matter, with material from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, South America, and North America. The majority of the clippings date from 1928 to 1930, though several come from 1900. They originated from newspapers and journals published around Germany (including Leipzig, Kiel, Berlin, Munich, Baden-Baden, Halle, Greifswald), and present both leftist and conservative viewpoints, focusing on political events, in particular assassinations and political violence. Numerous political cartoons are included. A cardfile with entries corresponding to the clippings is found at the end of the series.


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