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Marriage Covenant

Author : Derek Prince
ISBN : 1908594691
Genre : Marriage
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La Ltima Cruzada Del Papa The Pope S Last Crusade Spanish Edition

Author : Peter Eisner
ISBN : 9780829702309
Genre : History
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Basándose en recursos sin explotar, entrevistas exclusivas y nueva investigación de archivos, La última cruzada del Papa por Peter Eisner es un emocionante relato que trae a la luz el valiente esfuerzo del Papa Pío XI para condenar el nazismo y la política del Tercer Reich —una cruzada que podría haber cambiado el curso de la segunda guerra mundial. Un escandaloso relato de intriga y suspenso, ilustrado con dieciséis páginas de fotos de archivos, La última cruzada del Papa: cómo un jesuita estadounidense ayudó a la campaña del Papa Pío XI para detener a Hitler ilumina la atrevida pero poco conocida campaña de este líder religioso, una batalla espiritual y política que se descarriló por la muerte de Pío XI tan sólo unos meses más tarde. Peter Eisner revela cómo Pío XI tuvo la intención de rechazar inequívocamente el nazismo en uno de los pronunciamientos sin precedentes y progresistas jamás emitidos por el Vaticano, y cómo un grupo de clérigos conservadores conspiró para prevenirlo. Durante años, se han conocido sólo partes de esta historia. Eisner ofrece una nueva interpretación de este acontecimiento histórico y las figuras poderosas en su centro en una obra esencial que proporciona una visión seria y plantea cuestiones controversiales que afectan nuestra época actual.

The Blood Covenant

Author : Kenyon E W
ISBN : 0002762439
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Exiles And Citizens

Author : Patricia W. Fagen
ISBN : 9781477301692
Genre : History
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At the end of the Spanish civil war, Mexico was the only country to offer open refuge to the thousands of Republican emigrés who fled from Spain in 1939–1940. Exiles and Citizens is a study of these political exiles, especially those with intellectual and professional backgrounds and ambitions. It focuses on their adjustment to Mexico, on their continued ties to Spain, and on their impact on Mexican development. The critical dilemma faced by the Spanish exiles was that, despite having fought for their political and social ideals in Spain, they forfeited in exile their active role in Spanish history. In Mexico they found a political and social system that seemed to include many of the ideals that had inspired the Spanish Republic; moreover, they were able to incorporate themselves economically, professionally, and intellectually into Mexican national life. Yet, because they were not native-born citizens, they had little or no creative part to play in the politics of their adopted country. For Mexico, the impact of the refugees from Spain was enormous. Integrated from the first into nearly all intellectual, professional, and cultural fields, their skills proved an important catalyst to Mexican development. Yet, outside these fields, Mexico was never an effective "melting pot." The Republicans themselves were divided in their loyalties, and the Mexicans, from the beginning, were reluctant to encourage the full participation of their guests in national affairs. Two goals were shared by most of the exiles: to ensure that the world would remember the liberal, creative, and open Spain they had created and thus reject Franco; to show their gratitude by working for the benefit and progress of Mexico. These goals, although frequently contradictory, sustained the emigration and gave meaning to exile. The refugees tried to maintain their identity by coming together in formal and informal associations that were intended either to act on behalf of the homeland or to re-create the Spanish Republican structures and values in exile. To maintain a Spanish identity, however, proved difficult, and for the second and third generations in Mexico, the initial goals had already lost their meaning. For them, economic and professional, as well as familial, ties were strongly Mexican. Spanish Republicans in Mexico represented a fairly rare phenomenon: a large group of skilled, relatively well educated immigrants to a country where persons of their attainments and status were not numerous. Moreover, as political exiles, they approached the problems of acculturation differently from economic emigrants. Patricia Fagen's study thus offers a further understanding of an important exile community and the characteristics that set it apart from other examples of immigrant experiences. In addition, the study sheds new light on the intellectual history of Mexico and the far-reaching effects of the Spanish civil war.

Historia De La Nueva M Xico 1610 A Critical And Annotated Spanish English Edition

Author : Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá
ISBN : 0826313922
Genre : History
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Villegra's epic poem of the founding of New Mexico in 1598 is available againin this beautiful bilingual edition.

English Spanish Bibel

Author : TruthBetold Ministry
ISBN : PKEY:6610000006625
Genre : Bibles
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This contains The New Heart English Bible (2010) and Reina Valera (1909) translation. It has 173,721 references. It contains 2 different formats of the Bible. It is approximately 4 times the length of The New Heart English Bible (2010) (NHEB). It includes a full copy of New Heart English Bible and Reina Valera formatted in a Study and Navigation friendly format, or the "navi" format for short. Here you will find each verse printed in the nheb-rv1909 order. Then a full copy of both the New Heart English Bible and Reina Valera, tailored Text-To-Speech (TTS) software technology. How the general Bible-navigation works: The Old and New Testament has an index of its books.The Old Testament has a reference to the New Testament.The New Testament has a reference to the Old Testament.Each book has a reference to The Testament it belongs to.Each book has a reference to the previous and or next book.Each book has an index of its chapters.Each chapter has a reference to the book it belongs to.Each chapter reference the previous and or next chapter.Each chapter has an index of its verses.Each verse is numbered and reference the chapter it belongs to.Each verse starts on a new line for better readability.Any reference in an index brings you to the location.The Menu reference all books within the given Bible formats. We wanted a navigation that worked beautifully and we have achieved what we hoped for. It is easy to handle, intuitive and it puts any verse in The Bible just a few clicks away. The combination of New Heart English Bible and Reina Valera and its navigation makes this ebook unique. Note that Text-To-Speech (TTS) support varies from device to device. Some devices do not support it. Others support only one language and some support many languages. The primary language in this ebook is English.

Nicaragua Back From The Dead

Author : Johannes Wilm
ISBN : 9788281980020
Genre : History
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In 1979, the Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN) overthrew the US-sponsored dictatorship that had ruled the Central American Republic Nicaragua. The revolutionaries were Marxists, and they worked together with Cuba and the Soviet Union. The USA funded a civil war against the new government and maintained an economic boycott of the country, which crippled it severely. In 1990, the FSLN then lost the presidential elections to a US-friendly alternative. In 2006, José Daniel Ortega Saavedra, the same Sandinista who ruled in the 1980s, was elected president of the country and ended thereby 16 years of neoliberal rule. Or did he? 40% of Nicaragua's population call themselves Sandinista, but since the 1980s the meaning of what a Sandinista is has changed. This book attempts to explain what Sandinismo meant in the past and what it is now.

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