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This book examines the controversial Paris peace settlements after World War I. Leading historians explore the emergence of a new international order from these negotiations. They highlight innovative approaches and institutions in international politics, alongside the fusion of new and existing practices, shaping the 1919 international order.
Das Standardwerk zur queeren Geschichte Deutschlands von 1871 bis heute. Deutschlands queere Geschichte ist lange vernachlässigt worden. Und so scheint queeres Leben erst in den letzten Jahrzehnten zum Thema geworden zu sein – dabei kämpften Homosexuellenbewegungen bereits im Kaiserreich gegen Ausgrenzung und Diskriminierung.
The Cambridge global history of fashion : from antiquity to the nineteenth century Volume I of this book explores the history of fashion from ancient times to around 1800. It challenges the Eurocentric idea that fashion was exclusively European, showing that it existed globally long before European colonialism. The book discusses how fashion was experienced differently based on factors like class, gender, and race, and how it connected people across the world through empire, migration, and global trade.
This book explores how Italian culture influenced Yugoslav popular culture in the 1950s and 1960s, infusing a Mediterranean essence into Yugoslav socialism. It discusses the impact of seaside images and sounds on Yugoslav homes during the rise of mass tourism, evoking nostalgia and socialist ideals. These coastal representations, spread through mass media, seamlessly integrated into the Mediterranean imagination, blending familiarity with exoticism and modernity while preserving a distinct character from capitalist Western norms.
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