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Bertha Von Suttner: A Life for Peace (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution) epub

by Ann Dubsky,Brigitte Hamann


Bertha Von Suttner: A Life for Peace (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution) epub

ISBN: 0815603762

ISBN13: 978-0815603764

Author: Ann Dubsky,Brigitte Hamann

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Politics & Government

Language: English

Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr; 1st Edition 1996 edition (June 1, 1996)

Pages: 416 pages

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Brigitte Hamann's biography of Bertha von Suttner not only traces this activist's life and work but spans the . Series: Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution.

Series: Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution. Hardcover: 360 pages.

Hamann's 1996 book Hitler's Vienna: A Dictator's Apprenticeship examined how societal attitudes at the time shaped . Bertha von Suttner: A Life for Peace (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution) (Syracuse University Press: 1986).

Hamann's 1996 book Hitler's Vienna: A Dictator's Apprenticeship examined how societal attitudes at the time shaped Hitler's anti-Semitic views during his time in Vienna between 1908 and 1913, and the effects of his inordinate fear of both infection and women. The Road to Mayerling (German and English, picture book) München 1988.

Bertha Von Suttner book. Austrian writer and peace activist Bertha von Suttner was the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. In Bertha von Suttner, Brigitte Hamann has written the most comprehensive biography of the celebrated journalist - translated into English by Ann Dubsky - tracing not only von Suttner's life and work but spanning the political and social frontier of Austria on the eve of World War I. Von Suttner's novel Die Waffen Nieder!

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Bertha Felicitas Sophie Freifrau von Suttner (Baroness Bertha von Suttner, née Countess Kinsky, Gräfin Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau) was an Austrian writer and activist ) .

Bertha von Suttner: A Life for Peace (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution) (Syracuse University Press: 1986) ISBN 0-8156-0387-8. Hitler's Vienna: A Dictator's Apprenticeship. 1999: Oxford University Press) ISBN 0-19-514053-2. Winifred Wagner: A Life at the Heart of Hitler's Bayreuth. 2005: Granta publications, England) ISBN 1-86207-671-5. Winifred Wagner: A Life at the Heart of Hitler's Bayreuth, Harcourt Books, Orlando USA 2006. An English translation of the rororo monograph Die Familie Wagner is to appear.

Bertha von Suttner, born in 1843, was in many ways ahead of her times. As an avid pacifist, this remarkable woman was the figurehead of a world-wide peace movement. She relentlessly fought nationalist fanaticism, aggressive militarism, anti-Semitism and recognized the dangers of hate breeding. Bertha von Suttner, born in 1843, was in many ways ahead of her times.

Uniform Title: Bertha von Suttner. Syracuse studies on peace and conflict resolution. General Note: Translation of: Bertha von Suttner : ein Leben für den Frieden. Syracuse University Press, (c)1996. Physical Description: xxi, 360 . p. of plates : ill. ;, 24 cm. Title: Syracuse studies on peace and conflict resolution. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-339) and index. Personal Name: Suttner, Bertha von, 1843-1914.

Bertha Von Suttner A Life for Peace (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution). Based on diaries, letters and archival material, this is a biography of Austrian writer and peace activist Bertha von Suttner, the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize

Bertha Von Suttner A Life for Peace (Syracuse Studies on Peace and Conflict Resolution). Peace and Conflict Resolution. Ann Dubsky (translator) Brigitte Hamann. Based on diaries, letters and archival material, this is a biography of Austrian writer and peace activist Bertha von Suttner, the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. It aims to show the relevance of her work in the 20th century.

Austrian writer and peace activist Bertha von Suttner was the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. As founder of the Austrian and German Peace Associations and the author of a number of novels and several works on peace, von Suttner's name became synonymous worldwide with peace activism and protest against old world order. Ironically, her death eight days before the outbreak of World War I was seen by her contemporaries as a symbolic end of the possibility for world peace. In Bertha von Suttner, Brigitte Hamann has written the most comprehensive biography of the celebrated journalist - translated into English by Ann Dubsky - tracing not only von Suttner's life and work but spanning the political and social frontier of Austria on the eve of World War I. Von Suttner's novel Die Waffen Nieder! (Lay Down Your Arms!), published in 1899, was a bestseller and brought her international acclaim. Indeed, Tolstoy compared her technique of rallying readers to her cause to that of Harriet Beecher Stowe in Uncle Tom's Cabin for the emancipation of American slaves. Her lectures on peace and disarmament took her throughout Europe and the United States, where she formed close friendships with Andrew Carnegie, Alfred Nobel, Theodor Herzl, and Albert I of Monaco. As her conviction to initiate peace movements deepened, so her books became more impassioned. Her dictum, "universal sisterhood is necessary before the universal brotherhood is possible, " demonstrated that her concerns extended beyond the peace movement to include women's issues and many social causes, making von Suttner's work quite relevant at the close of the twentieth century.