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xiv, 897 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm.
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Scholarly background
  • Rethinking avaldsnes and kormt / Dagfinn Skre
  • Exploring avaldsnes 1540-2005 / Dagfinn Skre
  • Avaldsnes and kormt in old norse written sources / Else Mundal
  • The avaldsnes royal manor project's research plan and excavation objectives / Dagfinn Skre
  • Excavation results 2011-12
  • Excavations and surveys 1985-2012 / Egil Lindhart Bauer and Mari Arentz Østmo
  • Site periods and key contexts / Mari Arentz Østmo and Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • The prehistoric settlement and buildings / Mari Arentz Østmo and Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • Prehistoric agriculture / Egil Lindhart Bauer and Mari Arentz Østmo
  • The production area / Mari Arentz Østmo
  • Two iron age boathouses / Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • A late iron age palisade facing the karmsund strait / Mari Arentz Østmo
  • Grave monuments at avaldsnes / Mari Arentz Østmo and Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • Political and ritual aspects of cooking pits / Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • The high medieval royal manor / Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • The post-medieval rectory / Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • Scientific analyses 2011-12
  • Geophysical surveys / Arne Anderson Stamnes and Egil Lindhart Bauer
  • Microstratigraphy (soil micromorphology and microchemistry, soil chemistry, and magnetic susceptibility) / Richard I. Macphail and Johan Linderholm
  • Geochemical analysis using portable X-ray fluorescence / Rebecca J. S. Cannell, Paul N. Cheetham and Kate Welham
  • Biological remains / Rachel Ballantyne, Stella Macheridis, Emma Lightfoot, and Alice Williams
  • Specialist studies
  • Artefacts from the 2011-12 excavations / Mari Arentz Østmo
  • Migration period pottery from avaldsnes : a study of shards from bucket-shaped pots / Elna Siv Kristoffersen and Åsa Dahlin Hauken
  • The flaghaug burials / Frans-Arne H. Stylegar and Håkon Reiersen
  • The raised stones / Dagfinn Skre
  • Avaldsnes, kormt and rogaland : a toponymy and landscape survey / Stefan Brink
  • Depositional traditions in iron age kormt / Torun Zachrisson
  • Emerging kingship in the 8th century? new datings of three courtyard sites in rogaland / Frode Iversen
  • Avaldsnes : a sea-kings' manor
  • Aristocratic presence along the karmsund strait 2000 BC-AD 1368 / Dagfinn Skre
  • The warrior manor / Dagfinn Skre
  • Sea kings on the norðvegr / Dagfinn Skre
  • References appendices
  • References
  • Appendix I : The ARM project council, advisory group, staff, and authors
  • Appendix II : Radiocarbon dates.
Green Library
viii, 136 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction: Quintet Out of Tune? China's Bilateral Relations with the Nordic States, Bjornar Sverdrup-Thygeson and Jerker Hellstroem 1. China's Belt and Road Initiative and EU-China Relations, William A. Callahan 2. Denmark's Relationship with China: An odd couple's quest for bilateral harmony, Andreas Boje Forsby 3. Finland and China: Pragmatism Prevails, Jyrki Kallio 4. Iceland's `Small State' Economic Diplomacy with China, Marc Lanteigne 5. The Norway-China Relationship: For Better, For Worse, For Richer, For Poorer, Bjornar Sverdrup-Thygeson 6. Walking a tightrope: Sweden's relations with China, Goeran Leijonhufvud Conclusion: Looking for the North Star: Sino-Nordic Sub-Regional Diplomacy and the `5+1' Model, Ulf Sverdrup and Marc Lanteigne.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138501034 20180213
This book seeks to explore Nordic approaches to China and the idea of sub-regional diplomacy. China's multi-tiered approach to Europe can be seen vividly in the Nordic sub-region, which has been engaging Beijing through a variety of different means corresponding to the political and economic structures found in the Nordic states. In some areas, a specific Nordic approach can be observed, including areas related to economic cooperation, Arctic diplomacy and institution-building. However, the Nordic states also have widely differing historical experiences with China leading up to the present day. Each of the Nordic states has also had to balance their China relations with those of the EU and other major players such as the US. With case studies on the EU, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, this volume addresses the question of a specifically Nordic approach to Chinese relations. It explores not only the contributions of the Nordics to China relations, but also adds to the greater study of sub-regional approaches to Chinese diplomacy at a time when Sino-European relations are arguably at their most complex. This book will be of much interest to students and researchers of Chinese politics, Nordic politics, diplomacy and IR in general.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138501034 20180213
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiv, 372 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Contents Preface List of Figures A Note on Names and Letters Introductionâ â â Exceptional History â â Sources â â Research in the Field â â International â â Memory and History 1 The Inception of the Turkish Raid, and Its Central Character â â The Return of the Moors â â Compaen the Pirate â â Iceland Ahoy â â How Do We Know This? 2 The Course of Events in Iceland â â Strategy and Resistance in Southwest Iceland â â Folktales â â Attack on the Seat of Government 3 Incursion and Salvation in the East Fjords â â Enter the Corsairs â â Reign of Terror in Berufjoerdur â â South and North of Berufjoerdur â â Did the Raiders Go to Eydalir? â â The Corsairs' Farewell â â Heroes and Guardian Spirits â â Folklore and Fact 4 Razzia and Martyrdom in the Westman Islands â â Preparedness â â Like Lambs to the Slaughter â â The Martyrdom of Jon THorsteinsson â â Not Many Placenames and Folktales 5 Piracy and Defences â â Danish Defences â â Icelandic Defences in the Shadow of the Turkish Raid â â Lessons of the Turkish Raid â â Unarmed Nation â â Civil Defence â â Shelter â â Military Expenditure â â Special Status â â What Would Bishop Brynjolfur Have Said? â â Conclusion 6 Warfare or Robbery â â The Contemporary Analysis of the Turkish Raid â â Forms of Maritime Raids â â Piracy in the Mediterranean â â Maritime Raids to the Northern Seas â â Piracy in the Name of the Law â â Corsair States â â Piracy as a Sector of the Economy and a Pillar of the State â â Corsair Licences â â Slavery â â Holy War â â Legitimate Government â â New Principles of Freedom â â Emotions and Justice 7 Salvation â â Redemption from Slavery â â Fundraising â â The First Redemption Mission â â Individual Deals â â The Second Redemption Mission â â Danish Emissaries in the Catholic Stronghold â â Slave Registers â â The Bottom Line â â Trials of a Redeemer â â Comparison and Aftermath â â Apostates â â Jon Vestmann â â Anna Jasparsdottir â â Murat Reis 8 Cultural Memory â â Scribes of Memory â â A Tool of National Memory: The Turkish Raid in School Textbooks 9 The Visible Turkish Raid â â Landscape â â Works of Art â â I Quatri Mori by Pietro Tacca â â Adriaen Matham's Drawings â â Kross: A Sword Out of the Mouth of Christ Epilogue â â Context and Connections of the Turkish Raid â â The Place of the Turkish Raid: Event and Memory â â Tracing the Course of Events â â Micro and Macro, Past and Present Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004284876 20180508
During the summer of 1627, corsairs from Algiers and Sale, Morocco, undertook the long voyage to Iceland where they raided the eastern and southern regions of the country, resulting in the deaths of around thirty people, and capturing about 400 further individuals who were sold on the slave markets. Around 10% of the captives were ransomed the next twenty years, mostly through the efforts of the Danish monarchy. In this volume, the history of these extraordinary events and their long-lasting memory are traced and analysed from the viewpoints of maritime warfare, cultural encounters and existential options, based on extensive use of various sources from several languages.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004284876 20180508
Green Library
xvi, 367 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 25 cm.
Sweden's connections to and relationships with the European and wider world is a field of study attracting considerable scholarly attention. The essays here, from archaeologists and historians, offer a new perspective on early modern Sweden as deeply affected by the increasing internationality of the 16th-18th centuries. Set in the socio-political context of an expanding and changing kingdom, they deal with the character and impact of a wide range of cultural encounters - at home, in the colonies and during overseas travel. They consider how new fashions, commodities and ideologies were perceived and appropriated, and they discuss how these encounters shaped the discourses of the familiar and the foreign - from curiosity, acceptance and appreciation, to prejudice, rejection and conflict. In taking a broad and interdisciplinary approach, and by departing from traditional themes of political history, the volume as a whole offers a different view of the kingdom, its people, and its involvement with the outside world. Magdalena Naum is an Associate Professor at the Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark; Fredrik Ekengren is an Associate Professor in Archaeology at the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University, Sweden. Contributors: Per Cornell, Christina Dalhede, Lu Ann De Cunzo, Magnus Elfwendahl, Matti Enbuske, Adam Grimshaw, Jens Heimdahl, Lisa Hellman, Kimmo Katajala, Jonas M. Nordin, Risto Nurmi, Kenneth Nyberg, Carl-Goesta Ojala, Joachim OEstlund, Claes B. Pettersson, Christina Rosen, Anna-Kaisa Salmi, Goeran Tagesson, Annemari Tranberg, .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783272945 20180530
Green Library
xix, 491 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Preface and Acknowledgements List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations 1 Viking Age Cultural Contacts across The Baltic Sea: Behind the Interpretations 1.1 The Evolutionary Development Model 1.2 Eastern Baltic Archaeology and the Concepts of Different Cultural Impacts 1.3 The Character of Communications across the Baltic Sea 1.4 Conclusions 2 Clan-Based Collectivists or Hierarchical Individualists? Late Prehistoric Societies in the Eastern Baltic 2.1 Finland 2.2 Estonia 2.3 Latvia and Lithuania 2.4 Prussia 2.5 Comparing Social Systems in Different Regions in the Eastern Baltic 2.6 Conclusions 3 Making Trade: Cultural Landscapes and Communication Routes 3.1 Maritime Landscapes in Countries around the Baltic 3.2 Long-distance Trade Routes through the Eastern Baltic 3.3 Travelling along Viking Age Routes 3.4 Points in Communication 3.5 Different Modes of Communication in the Eastern Baltic 3.6 Conclusions 4 The Historical Reality: Places, Place Names, and Ethnonyms in Written Sources 4.1 Estland(s) in the East 4.2 Pre-viking and Viking Age Eastern Baltic in Scandinavian Sources 4.3 What Was Rus'? 4.4 Languages and Personal Names 4.5 Conclusions 5 Networks Take Shape: Communication Through the Eastern Baltic 600-850 5.1 Cultural Situation around the Northern Part of the Baltic Sea 5.2 Viking Colonies in the Southern Half of the Eastern Baltic 5.3 Pre-viking Period Hill-Forts and Trade Centres along the Eastern Baltic Coast 5.4 Conclusions 6 West Goes East: Viking Age Long-distance Communication and the Eastern Baltic 850-ca. 1000 6.1 Viking Age Centres Connected with International Trade Routes in the Eastern Baltic 6.2 Cultural Landscapes along the Eastern Way 6.3 Cultural Landscapes in the Middle Part of the Eastern Baltic 6.4 Coin Finds in the Eastern Baltic 6.5 Interpreting Routes and Centres in the 9th-10th Centuries 6.6 Conclusions 7 Between Consolidating States. The Eastern Baltic Areas in the 11th and 12th Centuries 7.1 Interaction with Scandinavian Kingdoms 7.2 Northern Eastern Baltic in the Final Centuries of Prehistory 7.3 The East Attacks 7.4 Landscapes around the Daugava Route 7.5 Southern Couronian Coast 7.6 Coins and Trade 7.7 Conclusions 8 Summing up and Conclusions 8.1 Two Cultural Spheres in the Eastern Baltic 8.2 The Shared Cultural Sphere of Warriors 8.3 Written Sources and Places on the Eastern Coasts of the Baltic Sea 8.4 Different Periods in the Viking Age Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004216655 20180709
Marika Magi's book considers the cultural, mercantile and political interaction of the Viking Age (9th-11th century), focusing on the eastern coasts of the Baltic Sea. The majority of research on Viking activity in the East has so far concentrated on the modern-day lands of Russia, while the archaeology and Viking Age history of today's small nation states along the eastern coasts of the Baltic Sea is little known to a global audience. This study looks at the area from a trans-regional perspective, combining archaeological evidence with written sources, and offering reflections on the many different factors of climate, topography, logistics, technology, politics and trade that shaped travel in this period. The work offers a nuanced vision of Eastern Viking expansion, in which the Eastern Baltic frequently acted as buffer zone between eastern and western powers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004216655 20180709
Green Library
365 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • Tom Shippey is Professor Emeritus of Saint Louis University, Missouri, and concurrently Senior Research Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. His books include J.R.R. Tolkien: Author of the Century (2010), The Road to Middle Earth (4th revd edn, 2004), and Hard Reading: Learning from Science Fiction (2017).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781780239095 20180625
In this robust new account of the Vikings, Tom Shippey explores their mindset, and in particular their fascination with scenes of heroic death. Laughing Shall I Die considers Viking psychology by weighing the evidence of the sagas against the accounts of the Vikings' victims. The book recounts many of the great bravura scenes of Old Norse literature, including the Fall of the House of the Skjoldungs, the clash between the two great longships Ironbeard and Long Serpent, and the death of Thormod the skald. The most exciting book on Vikings for a generation, Laughing Shall I Die presents them for what they were: not peaceful explorers and traders, but bloodthirsty warriors and marauders.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781780239095 20180625
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xiii, 143 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction: Awkward States in Regional Integration: Assessing the Case of the Nordic Countries in the Integration of Europe-- Alex Brianson & Malin Stegmann McCallion.- Chapter 1: As Awkward as They Need to Be: Denmark's Pragmatic Activist Approach to Europe-- Anders Wivel.- Chapter 2: Re-assessing Finland's Integration Policy: The End of Domestic Consensus-- Hanna Ojanen & Tapio Raunio.- Chapter 3: Sweden an Awkward Partner? The difference a Question Mark Can Make-- Malin Stegmann McCallion.- Chapter 4: Norway: An `Awkward Partner' of European Integration?-- Stefan Ganzle & Thomas Henokl.- Chapter 5: `We are a free nation': The Icelandic political elite's Euro-scepticism-- Baldur Thorallsson.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319575612 20170919
This book provides the first lengthy study of awkward states/partners in regional integration. Is awkwardness a characteristic of states in many global regions, or is it reducible to the particular case of the United Kingdom in European integration? The authors assess how far the concept of `awkwardness' can travel, and apply it to the cases of the Nordic States' involvement in and with the European Union - Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Iceland and Norway. The renewed interest in the Nordic region is in part thanks to recent events in the on-going crisis of European integration, and particular its member states' response to the refugee question, which appears to be undermining years of intra-regional solidarity even between the Nordic countries. The security dimension of the region further broadens the book's readership beyond Nordic Politics specialists to IR scholars, as the Nordic countries share borders with Russia and are key players in the Baltic Sea Strategy seeking to involve Russia in looser forms of regional cooperation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319575612 20170919
Green Library
268 pages : maps ; 21 cm.
"Il y a près d'un siècle, les historiens français ont fait l'impasse sur les invasions vikings. Le plus remarquable est que, jusqu'à présent, personne ne s'était inquiété de cet "oubli". En étudiant des sources trop facilement écartées, Joël Supéry a découvert que, devançant Rollon d'un demi-siècle, Ragnar et son fils Beern avaient fondé un royaume scandinave en Gascogne. Cette présence précoce sur un axe commercial majeur entre l'Atlantique et la Méditerranée a permis à l'auteur de donner un sens à un épisode jusqu'alors insensé : les guerres vikings. Dans ce livre très documenté, allant à l'encontre de tout ce qui a été écrit précédemment, Joël Supéry entreprend un travail de réhabilitation minutieux et inédit. Il déconstruit notre vision du phénomène viking et nous propose une autre histoire, révolutionnaire mais plus lucide. Un livre qui apporte de nombreuses réponses, ouvre des pistes de recherche et éclaire des pans entiers de l'histoire européenne sous un angle inédit."--Page 4 of cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
318 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
  • Forord
  • Skandinavismen som visjon og påvirkningskraft / Ruth Hemstad, Jes Fabricius Møller og Dag Thorkildsen
  • 'Skandinavismens' tilkomst som samtidig og omstridt begrep / Ruth Hemstad
  • The copenhagen question of 1800 : tracing the intellectual roots of cultural scandinavism / Tim van Gerven
  • The cultivation of scandinavism : the royal society of Northern Antiquaries' international network, seen through the letters of Carl Christian Rafn / Kim Simonsen
  • Grundtvig, Danmark og Norden / Jes Fabricius Møller
  • Selskabet for nordisk konst : en skandinavistisk kunstagenda / Karina Lykke Grand og Gertrud Oelsner
  • Skandinavistisk kulturpolitik : oscar patrie sturzen-becker som exempel / Kari Haarder Ekman
  • Bøker og skandinavisk forbrødring : et forsøk på en bokhistorisk tilnærming til skandinavismen / Tor Ivar Hansen
  • "Det old verdens museum" / Kristoffer Schmidt
  • Kirkelig skandinavisme / Dag Thorkildsen
  • Skandinavismen som en politisk nødvendiglicd : Politisk skandinavisme i et teoretisk og komparativt perspektiv / Rasmus Glenthøj
  • Den dynastiske skandinavismens grobunn og grenser, ca. 1845-1870 / Morten Norhagen Ottesen
  • Nordiska museet och skandinavismens idé / Magdalena Hillström
  • Forfattere.
Green Library

10. Sweden [2018]

351 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 20 cm + 1 pullout map
Green Library
162 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
East Asia Library
xii, 339 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
An industrial city on the outskirts of Stockholm, Sf6derte4lje is the global capital of the Syriac Orthodox Christian diaspora, an ethnic and religious minority group fleeing persecution and discrimination in the Middle East. Since the 1960s, this Syriac community has transformed the standardized welfare state spaces of the citys neighborhoods into its own Mesopote4lje, defined by houses with Mediterranean and other international influences, a major soccer stadium, and massive churches and social clubs. Such projects have challenged principles of Swedish utopian architecture and planning that explicitly emphasized the erasure of difference. In The Construction of Equality, Jennifer Mack shows how Syriac-instigated architectural projects and spatial practices have altered the citys built environment from below, offering a fresh perspective on segregation in the European modernist suburbs. Combining architectural, urban, and ethnographic tools through archival research, site work, participant observation (among residents, designers, and planners), and interviews, Mack provides a unique take on urban development, social change, and the immigrant experience in Europe over a fifty-year period. Her book shows how the transformation of space at the urban scale-the creation and evolution of commercial and social districts, for example-operates through the slow accumulation of architectural projects. As Mack demonstrates, these developments are not merely the result of the grassroots social practices usually attributed to immigrants but instead are officially approved through dialogues between residents and design professionals: accredited architects, urban planners, and civic bureaucrats. Mack attends to the tensions between the enclavizationpractices of a historically persecuted minority group, the integration policies of the Swedish welfare state and its planners, and European nativism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780816698714 20171127
Green Library
x, 383 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • List of Maps and Figures Preface * The Letter to Chief Librarian Bruun * Were There Any Crusades in the Periphery? * The Missionary Wars of the 11th Century: Precursors of the Crusades * Is the Edge of the World Far Away? * The Extending of Jerusalem * Afonso and Valdemar: The Victorious Crusader Kings * The Struggle for Land and History * The Rise and Fall of the Crusader Kingdoms * Syncretism and Regimentation * Co-ordinated Crusades in North and South? * Conclusion Literature.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472469380 20170130
This book is the first to compare Denmark and Portugal systematically in the High Middle Ages and demonstrates how the two countries became strong kingdoms and important powers internationally by their participation in the crusading movement. Communication in the Middle Ages was better developed than often assumed and institutions, ideas, and military technology was exchanged rapidly, meaning it was possible to coordinate great military expeditions across the geographical periphery of Western Europe. Both Denmark and Portugal were closely connected to the sea and developed strong fleets, at the entrance to the Baltic and in the Mediterranean Seas respectively. They also both had religious borders, to the pagan Wends and to the Muslims, that were pushed forward in almost continuous crusades throughout the centuries. Crusading at the Edges of Europe follows the major campaigns of the kings and crusaders in Denmark and Portugal and compares war-technology and crusading ideology, highlighting how the countries learned from each other and became organised for war.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472469380 20170130
Green Library
376 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Indledning
  • Emnemæssig afgrænsning
  • Tidsmæssig afgrænsning
  • Geografisk afgræsning
  • Metodisk afgrænsning
  • Grundbegreber
  • Overgang
  • Forankring
  • Biologisk forankret menneskesyn
  • Kulturelt forankret menneskesyn
  • Semantisk kamp
  • Forskningsoversigt
  • Metode
  • Begrebshistorie
  • Ord, begreb, sagsforhold og modbegreb
  • Den synkrone og den diakrone analyse
  • Kildepræsentation
  • Kosellecks udvælgelseskriterier
  • Bogens udvælgelseskriterier
  • Erfaringsrummet i internationalt perspektiv
  • Racebegrebets epistemer
  • Racebegrebets modbegreber
  • Opsummering
  • Erfaringsrummet i Danmark
  • Racebegrebet i antropologien
  • Racebegrebet i human- og samfundsvidenskaberne
  • Racebegrebet i offentligheden
  • Opsummering
  • Forventningshorisonten i UNESCO
  • UNESCOs tilblivelse og program
  • UNESCOs raceprogram
  • Opsummering
  • Forventningshorisonten i Danmark
  • Den Danske UNESCO-nationalkommission
  • Racebegrebet i antropologien
  • Racebegrebet i human- og samfundsvidenskaberne
  • Racebegrebet i offentligheden
  • Opsummering
  • Perspektivering
  • Kulturracismebegrebets virkningshistorie
  • Nyracismebegrebets tilblivelseshistorie
  • Opsummering
  • Konklusion
  • Dokumentation
  • Anvendt litteratur
  • Anvendte arkivalier
  • Dansk resumé
  • English summary
  • Navneregister.
Green Library
236 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Forord
  • Indledning
  • Det sønderjyske spørgsmål i sidste halvdel af 1800-tallet
  • Kildemateriale
  • Opvækst, Ungdom og de Første År I den Sønderjyske Sags Tjeneste
  • Rigsdagskandidat I 2. Valgkreds
  • Det politiske system i Tyskland i slutningen af 1800-tallet
  • ʹ 5 og edsstriden i den danske bevægelse
  • Gustav Johannsen som rigsdagskandidat
  • Jordskredssejren ved rigsdagsvalget i 1881
  • Den Første Periode I Berlin : "Prøvelsens Og Lidelsens tid"
  • En svær start i Berlin
  • I Rigsdagen for 2. valgkreds
  • Gustav Johannsen og den danske efterretningstjeneste
  • Jens Jessen overtager Flensborg Avis
  • Nederlaget ved rigsdagsvalget i 1884
  • "Den Nordslesvigske Befolkningstillidsmand I Dobbelt Forstand"
  • Junggreens død og Gustav Johannsens tilbagevenden til Rigsdagen i Berlin
  • Gustav Johannsen sætter en national dagsorden i Berlin
  • Landdagsvalget i 1888
  • Gustav Johannsen og Venstres Indtog I Sønderjylland
  • Mødet med H.P. Hanssen og Vælgerforeningens oprettelse
  • Planen om at oparbejde den sønderjyske sag i Venstre
  • H.V. Clausens sprogkort
  • Kampen om Dansk Sprog og Kultur
  • 2. skolesprogsinstruks : kampen om sproget intensiveres
  • Bogsamlingen på Margrethes Minde
  • Sønderjyske Årbøger
  • Georg Brandes og det sønderjyske spørgsmål
  • Intern Rivalisering I den Danske Bevægelse
  • Mislykket forsøg på forsoning med Jens Jessen
  • H.P. Hanssen som kronprins
  • Forholdet til pressen
  • H.P. Hanssen eller Wolff : kampen om at efterfølge Hans Lassen i Landdagen
  • Underslæb i de dansksindede sparekasser
  • Köllerperioden og Bruddet med H.P. Hanssen
  • Udvisningssagen tages op i Rigsdagen
  • Tiltagende spændinger mellem Gustav Johannsen og H.P. Hanssen
  • Wildenrath-Krabbe som redaktør for Dannevirke og folketingsvalget i 1901
  • De Sidste År
  • Nordslesvig i bytte for De Vestindiske Øer
  • Gustav Johannsen og de venstreradikale
  • Den sidste tid
  • Konklusion
  • Litteraturliste og Kilder
  • Utrykte kilder
  • Trykte kilder og Litteratur
  • Noter
  • Personregister.
Green Library
278 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Green Library
213 pages ; 21 cm
'We are celebrating a hundred years since independence this year: how would you like to travel on a government icebreaker?' A message from the Finnish embassy launches Horatio Clare on a voyage around an extraordinary country and an unearthly place, the frozen Bay of Bothnia, just short of the Arctic circle. Travelling with the crew of Icebreaker Otso, Horatio, whose last adventure saw him embedded on Maersk container vessels for the bestseller Down to the Sea in Ships, discovers stories of Finland, of her mariners and of ice. Finland is an enigmatic place, famous for its educational miracle, healthcare and gender equality - as well as Nokia, Angry Birds, saunas, questionable cuisine and deep taciturnity. Aboard Otso Horatio gets to know the men who make up her crew, and explores Finland's history and character. Surrounded by the extraordinary colours and conditions of a frozen sea, he also comes to understand something of the complexity and fragile beauty of ice, a near-miraculous substance which cools the planet, gives the stars their twinkle and which may hold all our futures in its crystals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781473548947 20180530
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
139 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 20 cm + 1 fold-out map.
Green Library
xv, 313 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
Green Library
536 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Forord
  • Introduktion
  • Den internationale AO-forskning
  • "En mand ved navn Dalldorf"
  • Alle højtstående tyskere i Danmark samt Dalldorf
  • Nye kildegrupper og nye problemstillinger
  • NSDAP-AO : Organisation og politik
  • Organiseringen af eliten
  • Organiseringen af masserne
  • NS Frauenschaft
  • Deutsche Arbeitsfront
  • Mobiliseringen af de tyske forretningsfolk i udlandet
  • Sondringen mellem rigstyskere og folketyskere
  • NSDAP og Partiets nøglepersoner i København : Netværket omkring Sankt Petri Kirke og Skole
  • Gustav Modis
  • Walter Jahn
  • Hans Wäsche
  • Alfred Bethge
  • NSDAPs Organisation, ledelse og hvervning i Danmark 1932-1945
  • Organisation og ledelse på Landes-, Kreis- og Ortsgruppenniveau
  • Organisation og ledelse på Zelle- og Blockniveau
  • Hvervepolitikken
  • Hvervningen under Gustav Modis
  • Hvervningen under Wilhelm Haupt
  • Hvervningen under Friedrich Karl Frielitz
  • Hvervningen under Ernst Schäfer
  • Hvervningen under Julius Dalldorf
  • Sammenfatning af NSDAPs hvervning i Danmark 1932-1944-45
  • Partimedlemmernes og partiledernes sociologiske profil og repræsentativitet i forhold til den samlede rigstyske befolkningsgruppe i Danmark
  • "Subjektive klassetilhørsforhold" og "falske arbejdere"
  • De nye partimedlemmers erhvervs-økonomiske profil
  • Lavere middelklasse- eller folkeparti?
  • De tyske lærere i Nordslesvig
  • De tyske præster i Nordslesvig
  • De tyske lærere på Sankt Petri Skole i København
  • Repræsentativiteten for samtlige partimedlemmer i Danmark, 1942-44
  • Partimedlemmernes repræsentativitet med hensyn til Køn og alder, 1942-44
  • Partimedlemmernes sociale og erhvervsmæssige repræsentativitet, 1942-44
  • Sammenfatning af den erhvervsøkonomiske profil for medlemmerne af NSDAP i Danmark 1942-44
  • Partiledernes sociologi
  • Hitler Jugend
  • Landesjugendführer Walter Jahn
  • Den nye besættelsespolitik
  • Hitler Jugends gennembrud i Danmark
  • Sammensmeltningen af Sankt Petri Skole og Standort Kopenhagen
  • "Nicht ganz reinrassig" : Udrensningen af Sankt Petri Skoles jødiske elever
  • "Gottgläubigkeit" som erstatningsreligion
  • Medlemstilgangen i Standort Kopenhagen
  • Rekrutteringen af partimedlemmer fra Hitler jugend
  • Selvopfattelsen på Sankt Petri
  • Tilgangen af HJ-medlemmer i Nordslesvig
  • Fra adskillelse mod enhed : Det politiske forhold mellem rigstyske og folketyske nationalsocialister i Danmark
  • De principielle retningslinjer
  • Undtagelser, dispensationer og daglig praksis
  • Centraliseringen af den ideologiske indoktrinering og propaganda
  • Germansk ungdoms enhedsfront i Danmark
  • Med førerne som forbillede
  • SS som leder af den germanske ungdom
  • Guleroden
  • Deutsche Jugendschafts medlemstal og struktur
  • Pisken
  • Den udvidede Kinderlandsverschickung i Danmark
  • Fra social forsorg til ideologisk indoktrinering
  • "Samme slags blod kæmper i faellesskab mod den samme fjende"
  • Implementeringen af aftalen mellem Möckel og Blume
  • Sympatisørerne : NSDAPs øvrige forgreninger og tilsluttede organisationer i Danmark
  • Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt (NSV)
  • Deutsche Arbeitsfront (DAF)
  • Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD)
  • Spionage
  • NS Frauenschaft
  • Det Tyske Handelskammer
  • Under Partiets kontrol
  • Arieseringsbestræbelserne
  • "Ich bin Däne aus einer alten dänischen Familie (100 % arisch)"
  • Den danske selvjustits
  • De tyske storrumsplaner
  • Hvem var de typiske NSDAP-medlemmer i Danmark?
  • Nationalsocialismen som familieprojekt
  • Familierne Danielsen og Reimers i København
  • Familien Holm i København
  • Familien Jahn i København
  • Familien Christopher i København
  • Familien Hesse i Tonder, København
  • Familierne Hensel og Renthe-Fink i København
  • Familien Huth i Haderslev
  • Familien Horstmann i Rinkenæs
  • Danske mediøbere og "nyttige idioter"
  • Fanatismen som fællestraek
  • Første Verdenskrigs betydning for fremkomsten af den nationalsocialistiske idealtype
  • Idealtypens sociale Integration
  • Idealtypen og ondskabens banalitet
  • Offerviljen
  • Nationalsocialismen som parentes
  • Udbringelse eller tildeling af indfødsret
  • Et juridisk galehus?
  • Nationalsocialisterne iblandt os
  • Curt Georg Preuss og "den gode tysker"
  • Alfred Bilstein
  • Ekskurs : Berlin Document Center
  • Zentralkartei og Ortsgruppenkartei
  • Genindmeldelser og eksklusioner
  • Andre kartoteker og registraturer
  • Praktiske problemer og hjælpemidler
  • Sammenfatning
  • Summary
  • Forkortelser
  • Oversigt over rangordenen inden for NSDAP og Hitler Jugend
  • Hitler Jugends førerstab, rangorden
  • Hitler Jugend, tjenestegrader
  • Bund Deutscher Mädel, tjenestegrader
  • Fortegnelse over det benyttede materiale
  • Utrykt materiale
  • Trykt materiale
  • Internetsider, e-bøger o.l.
  • Telefoninterviews
  • Dokumentarfilm
  • Noter
  • Bilagsfortegnelse
  • Kronologisk oversigt over rekrutteringen af NSDAP-medlemmer i Danmark under Landesvertrauensmann Gustav Modis i perioden august 1932 : august 1934
  • Kronologisk oversigt over rekrutteringen af NSDAP-medlemmer i Danmark under Landeskreisleiter Wilhelm Haupt i perioden august 1934 : juni 1937
  • Kronologisk oversigt over rekrutteringen af NSDAP-medlemmer i Danmark under Landeskreisleiter Friedrich Karl Frielitz i perioden juli 1937 : august 1939
  • Kronologisk oversigt over rekrutteringen af NSDAP-medlemmer i Danmark under Landeskreisleiter, Landesgruppenleiter Ernst Schäfer i perioden august 1939 : august 1942
  • Kronologisk oversigt over rekrutteringen af NSDAP-medlemmer i Danmark under Landesgruppenleiter Julius Dalldorf i perioden august 1942 : maj 1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 1 : København m.v. 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 2 : Fyn 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 3 : Nordjylland 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 4 : Haderslev 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 5 : Aabenraa 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 6 : Tønder 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 7 : Tinglev 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over medlemmer af NSDAP-AO i Kreis 8 : Sønderborg 1932-1945
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over personer, der iflg : Berlin Document Center var Pg., og som på et eller andet tidspunkt havde fast bopæl et eller andet sted i Danmark uden at være blevet rekrutteret af partiorganisationen i Danmark og uden at kunne placeres lokalt
  • Alfabetisk oversigt over personer, der på et eller andet tidspunkt i perioden havde fast bopæl i Danmark, og som var : Applikanter; men hvor de pågældendes (evt.) medlemsnr : er ukendt; Partimedlemmer; men hvor medlemsnummeret i dag er ukendt som følge af, at person-oplysningerne er blevet fjernet fra medlemsarkiverne i forbindelse med eksklusion eller i forbindelse med igangværende forskning; Partimedlemmer; men hvor det pga : mangelfulde personoplysninger ikke har været muligt at finde personerne i Berlin Document Center
  • Oversigt over partimedlemskab for de rigstyske lærere (incl. gymnasie- og børne-havelærere) i Den Tyske Lærerforening i Nordslesvig i perioden 1935-39 (1940)
  • Medlemmer af Det Tyske Handelskammer i København, 1936-45
  • Den rigstyske befolkningsgruppes medlemskab af NSDAP samt Partiets forgreninger og tilsluttede organisationer i Aabenraa-distriktet, ca. 1942
  • Noter til bilag 1-18
  • Personregister.
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