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Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi, 1894-1972

The Totalitarian State Against Man (1938)

Translated by Sir Andrew McFadyean, with an introduction by Wickham Steed

The totalitarian state against man (1938) by Richard Nicolaus Coudenhove-Kalergi

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Hegel declared, “the ultimate end which has the highest right against the individual, whose highest duty is to be a member of the State ”. This doctrine C...

American Historical Association. Historical Service Board

Can the Germans Be Re-Educated? (1945)

Can the Germans Be Re-Educated? (1945) by American Historical Association. Historical Service Board

Prepared for THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES by THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION

This pamphlet is one of a series made available by the War Department under pamphlets provide material which information-education officers may use in conducting...

David Bergelson

The Jewish Autonomous Region (1939)

The Jewish Autonomous Region (1939) by David Bergelson

Soviet book about the first homeland created for The Jews in the 20th century, before the nation state of Israel in Palestine see:

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James Dabney McCabe

Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made (1870)

Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made (1870) by James Dabney McCabe
The chief glory of America is, that it is the country in which genius and industry find their speediest and surest reward. Fame and fortune are here open to all who are willing to work for them. Neither class distinctions nor social prejudices, neither differences of birth, reli...