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Architectural coin types : reflections of Roman society
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] Architectural representations on Roman coins are among the most intensely studied images on ancient coins. Scholars frequently use them as evidence to reconstruct a monument...
Between the old and the new : Friedrich Gentz, 1764-1832
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
This dissertation reviews the life and political impact of Friedrich Gentz, who was born in Breslau, Prussia, in 1764, and died in Vienna, Austria, in 1832. Though remembered today as only a second- (or even third)- tier ...
Rebuilding the soul : churches and religion in Bavaria, 1945-1960
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
church archives. Results indicate that confessional tension was far more widespread than many have believed. Furthermore, mass consumerism helped create an ethos of individualism that severely undermined the shared experiences of traditional Christian...
The mild reservationists and the League of Nations controversy in the Senate
(University of Missouri Press, 1989)
"What if the United States Senate had approved the Versailles Treaty and permitted the country to join the League of Nations that was being formed after the First World War? Would the course of history have been so altered ...
Crying in the wilderness : the outlaw and poet in Ben Hecht's militant Zionism
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
During the Second World War, the American journalist and screenwriter Ben Hecht had been one of the lone voices to break the silence about the Nazi Holocaust. Then, in 1947, Hecht shocked and outraged people across the ...