5 edition of Religious Freedom in Post-World War II Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
January 3, 2001 by University Press of America .
Written in English
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This study draws on archival documents, including verdicts, appeals, and resolutions found in the files of the Commission for Religious Affairs for the years toand personal interviews to provide a comprehensive portrait of the situation of Roman Catholic nuns during post-World War II communist : Theresa Marie Ursic.
Get this from a library. Religious freedom in post-World War II Yugoslavia: the case of Roman Catholic nuns in Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina [Theresa Marie Ursic] -- This dissertation is a study of the existence and fate of the religious orders of nuns in Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina up until The author also discusses the period afterwhen these.
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After the October Revolution of November 7, (October 25 Old Calendar) there was a movement within the Soviet Union to unite all of the people of the world under Communist rule (see Communist International).This included the Eastern bloc countries as well as the Balkan States.
Communism as interpreted by Vladimir Lenin and his successors in the Soviet government required the abolition of. After the death of Josip Broz Tito, who had united warring ethnic groups after World War II into a communist dictatorship of Yugoslavia, a collective presidency ruled Yugoslavia until AtJ Croatia and Slovenia proclaimed independence from Yugoslavia.
Religious persecution is the systematic mistreatment of an individual or a group of individuals as a response to their religious beliefs or affiliations or their lack thereof. The tendency of societies or groups within societies to alienate or repress different subcultures is a recurrent theme in human er, because a person's religion often determines his or her morality, world.
Debra Neill is a lecturer in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. She received her doctorate in European history from Arizona State University in “James Madison and Religious Freedom,” Spirit of the Senses Salon (July 8, ) Reconstructing Identity in Post-World War II Yugoslavia,” Junior Scholars Training Seminar.
The end of World War II saw the rise to power in Albania of a Marxist-Leninist government that jailed or executed dissidents, church leaders and intellectuals and in time declared the country the. In Jenkins’ book, The Great and Holy War: How World War I Became a Religious Crusade (HarperOne, ), he transports us back a century ago to explore how religion colored the broader political, cultural, and intellectual issues driving the war.
Among the major national players, Christian imagery and language infused the move toward war and. The Winds of Fortress Kula The Journey of a Young Woman from Captivity to Freedom () by Dora Van Vranken Five young siblings—three sisters and two brothers—face death by exhaustion, starvation or epidemics in post-World War II Yugoslavia.
The term "baby boom" most often refers to the dramatic post-World War II baby boom (). There are an estimated million Americans who were born during this demographic boom in births. The term is a general demographic one and is also applicable to other similar population expansions.
Post World War II America Exploring the Culture and Politics of the United States Citizens of the United States in the years between and struggled to cope with a wide variety of changes taking place throughout the world and at home.
The Jews of Serbia lived relatively peacefully in Yugoslavia between World War II and the s. However, the end of the Cold War saw the breakup of Yugoslavia, and the ensuing civil wars. While there was some anti-Semitism in Serbia during the wars, the Jewish community, as with all Serbians, suffered as a result of the wars.
How Germany Won World War II (In ) And no one would deny that post–World War II Germany has become a beacon of liberal and curtailing immigration and religious freedom—Chancellor.
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“Put more concretely, ‘Britishness’ was never really an official policy of the UK, just as ‘Yugoslavness’ was never really an official policy of post-World War II Yugoslavia.” The latter half of this sentence could not be farther from the truth.
The rest of it, however, is more or less spot on. Yugoslavia (Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene: Jugoslavija; Cyrillic: Југославија) is a term that describes three political entities that existed successively on the western part of the Balkans, during most of the 20th century.
The first country to be known by this name was the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which before 3 October was known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and.
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In the Communists took over and instituted a rigid Stalinist state. Post-World War II intellectual movement and cultural attitude focusing on cultural pluralism and release from the confines and ideology of Western high culture.
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Before his election to the papacy, he served as secretary of the Department of Created cardinal: 16 Decemberby Pius XI. Theresa Ursic, “Religious Freedom in Post-World War II Yugoslavia” ().
Terry Bodenhorn, “Scribes at War: Propagandists and the Construction of a ‘Modern China’ circa ” (). Master’s Thesis Supervision. Dan Glasson, REES MA: “Patterns and Causes of. Forms. Religious persecution can be considered the opposite of freedom of ous persecution may also affect atheists in that they may be denounced as being amoral or be persecuted by the religious on the grounds that they are godless.
Often it is the alleged persecution of individuals within a group - in the attempt to maintain their religious identity, or the exercise of power.
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It has since been mainly identified with the grand scale implantation of Catho. This article about how the U.S. military has served as a shield for faith by helping protect religious liberty first appeared in the Winter issue or Providence’s print read the original in a PDF format, click receive future issues as they are published, subscribe for only $28 a year.
With just million active-duty troops and aboutreserve forces defending. Religion in Post-World War II America by Joanne Beckman.
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In post-World War II Yugoslavia ethnic Albanians constituted the third largest national group in the country, the largest non-Slavic minority (Hall). They were divided between the Yugoslav republics of Serbia (which included Kosovo), Montenegro and Macedonia (ibid., ).
Partisans: War in the Balkans - By Dr Stephen A Hart Last updated In pre-war Yugoslavia, the Danube Swabians were the largest non-Slavic national minority in the country.
They made up only 4% of the total population in the country, but the regions where they formed a large part of the population produced 67% of the country's total agricultural exports. In his excellent book, Tito and the Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia, Richard West provides us with a biography, travelogue, and popular history of Yugoslavia and an analysis of the personalities and events that brought about the country's disintegration and civil war.
West loves Yugoslavia and has a native's feel for local color and anecdotes. Comic books. By James D. McWilliams, Contributing Writer. Updated February The Supreme Court has clearly protected comic books under the First Amendment since the case of Winters York, but that ruling has never stopped censors from trying to banish comics to a “kids-only” ghetto where artists and writers have limited freedom.
In fact, a national wave of comic-book. Robby Wellington. Prof. Lusignan. EDGE. 6/4/ Oscar Romero, Liberation Theology and the Catholic Church. In the post-World War II era, the globe was polarized by two idealistically divergent superpowers; the United States and the Soviet Union, two nations that strived to promote capitalism and communism, respectively, throughout the globe.
The society of the day was a profoundly religious one, with faith integrated into all aspects of life. Yet the religious picture of pre-war society was also a complex one, with a dense range of belief and superstition varying from village to village and region to region, as much as from one soul to the next.(shelved 5 times as world-war-ii-historical-fiction) avg rating —ratings — published The immediate post-World War II era was a difficult one for religious organizations.
There were trials of major religious leaders, religious schools were closed, and clergy were harassed. The situation eased considerably in the mids, and by the government could positively praise the Serbian Orthodox and the Muslim communities for.