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Vengeance And The Crusades, Susanna A. Throop Jun 2006

Vengeance And The Crusades, Susanna A. Throop

History Faculty Publications

This article demonstrates that the popularity of the idea of crusading as vengeance was not limited to the laity, and, instead of fading away after 1099, the ideology grew more widespread as the twelfth century progressed. The primary aim here is to present the evidence alongside preliminary analysis, reserving further, more detailed interpretation for future publications.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 33, No. 2, Joseph S. Miller, Hilda Adam Kring, Susan P. Martin, Elizabeth M. Safanda, William T. Parsons, Harold C. Miller, Amos B. Hoover Jan 1984

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 33, No. 2, Joseph S. Miller, Hilda Adam Kring, Susan P. Martin, Elizabeth M. Safanda, William T. Parsons, Harold C. Miller, Amos B. Hoover

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Children of the Spirit, Not of the Law: Themes in Anabaptist Theology
• Religious Symbols in a Symbol-less Society
• Games and Activities of the New Wilmington Amish School Children
• The Amish Quilts of Lancaster County 1860 to 1930
• Francis Daniel Pastorius, Public Servant and Private Citizen
• Life with Grandfather: Growing Up in a Plain Pennsylvania German Community in the 1920s
• A Tear for Jonas Martin: Old Order Mennonite Origins in Lancaster County


The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Timothy C. Coyne, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob Oct 1967

The Ursinus Weekly, October 12, 1967, Herbert C. Smith, Timothy C. Coyne, Byron Jackson, Gilbert Louis Page, Frederick Jacob

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Pulitzer winner speaks on economic insight • Students elect USGA committee to co-ordinate students, faculty • Tragedy shocks students; Death of senior mourned • Class officers elected; Frosh choose leaders • Chi Alpha sets program plans • UC freshman tops Curtain Club's cast • Editorial • A hall is not a home • Radio-free Canada • A modest proposal, a satire: For preventing dissent and resentment on the Ursinus campus, and for increasing unity of thought • Poker flats open amid dissent; Latest in do-it-yourself dorms • Rebirth of learning anticipated: Fine arts added to curriculum • WRUC goes AM-FM, plans live sportscasts • Impact of EXPO • College Scholars Program to end ...


Confidential Statement From Hans Schwalm To Hans-Ernst Schneider And Wolfram Sievers On Objections To The Book "Norwegian History" By Martin Gerlach, October 17, 1942, Hans Schwalm Oct 1942

Confidential Statement From Hans Schwalm To Hans-Ernst Schneider And Wolfram Sievers On Objections To The Book "Norwegian History" By Martin Gerlach, October 17, 1942, Hans Schwalm

Norwegian Projects

In this confidential note, Schwalm discusses a book by German professor Martin Gerlach titled "Norwegian History". Ministerial Councilor Huhnhäuser had several objections to the book's content, with which Schwalm agrees upon a cursory review of the manuscript. The objections relate to the author's Christian perspective and lack of focus on pre-Christian pan-Germanic cultural heritage. It is noted that the book fills a missing gap, that of the German perspective on Norwegian history, and would therefore sell well and be considered the official position of German authorities, due to the regime's reputation for censorship. The letter concludes with ...