Kings, Queens, and Pawns

Author: Mary Roberts Rinehart

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 163076096X

Category: History

Page: 386

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In 1914, journalist and mystery writer Mary Roberts Rinehart traveled to Europe alone to cover World War I for the Saturday EveningPost. This collection of her writings encompasses her observations on her travels—from being received by King Albert in Belgium and recording his first authorized statement on the war, to meeting Winston Churchill, to traveling to the English and French front lines as the first correspondent permitted there. Rinehart’s book was a humanitarian plea to Americans to join the war effort three years before the American Expeditionary Force set sail for Europe, an unpopular view vindicated by subsequent events.

Remembering Queens and Kings of Early Modern England and France

Author: Estelle Paranque

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3030223442

Category: History

Page: 331

View: 4686

This collection examines the afterlives of early modern English and French rulers. Spanning five centuries of cultural memory, the volume offers case studies of how kings and queens were remembered, represented, and reincarnated in a wide range of sources, from contemporary pageants, plays, and visual art to twenty-first-century television, and from premodern fiction to manga and romance novels. With essays on well-known figures such as Elizabeth I and Marie Antoinette as well as lesser-known monarchs such as Francis II of France and Mary Tudor, Queen of France, Remembering Queens and Kings of Early Modern England and France brings together reflections on how rulers live on in collective memory.

The King's Other Body

Author: Theresa Earenfight

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812241853

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 242

View: 5119

The King's Other Body: Mara of Castile and the Crown of Aragon is both a biography of Alfonso V's queen and Lieutenant General of Catalunya and an analysis of her political partnership with Alfonso.

Word and Questions to White America: What Black Birthright Citizens Want

Author: Pharaoh X Amanserpritefrimacrelo

Publisher: Warren Williams


Category: Bibles

Page: 236

View: 1443

Pharaoh X Amanserpritefrimacrelo provides a workbook for America to define comprehend and resolve conflicts and problems related to racism. With Word of pain grief rage and protest, questions to stir emotions and focus minds and links to online research this book offers readers with insights to comprehend Blacks Americans demands of White Americans and themselves. The Author challenges every person to self examine and commit to end the persisting unwanted intolerable Black Holocaust. Pharaoh introduces a new genre of writing. A writing style with a heart and soul of free conscience thought born out of spirituality anguish frustration distress meditation fear and concern. 'Word and Questions to White America: What Black Birthright Citizens Want' presents insightful ways and means for the nation and the world to end and prevent racist crimes on Black Humanity with focus for peace and prioritizing quality living for all This is a manual calling for social balance that offers ancient methods of civilizing contemporary societies with possible universal original solutions to right the world to prevent senseless violence, misuse and excesses use of firearms and save and enhance lives to better the world and our human experience of life.