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"Contra Haereticos Accingantur": The Union Of Crusading And Anti-Heresy Propaganda, Bryan E. Peterson Jan 2018

"Contra Haereticos Accingantur": The Union Of Crusading And Anti-Heresy Propaganda, Bryan E. Peterson

UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study assesses the intersection of crusading and heresy repression in the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries. The event that encapsulates this intersection was the Albigensian Crusade, a two-decades long conflict that befell the south of France, or Occitania. The papacy, aligned with northern lords and other willing Christians, took up arms to defend the Church from the Cathar heresy’s corrupting influence. This conflict marked a new development in Christian acts of violence. While the Church had crusaded against many different enemies—even branding some as heretics—before 1209, the Church had never called a crusade for the ...


Britain's Green Fascists: Understanding The Relationship Between Fascism, Farming, And Ecological Concerns In Britain, 1919-1951, Alec J. Warren Jan 2017

Britain's Green Fascists: Understanding The Relationship Between Fascism, Farming, And Ecological Concerns In Britain, 1919-1951, Alec J. Warren

UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study explores the relationship between fascism, fascist ideas, and environmental consciousness in Britain during the pre- and post-World War II decades. In examining this topic, two main questions arise. First, why did fascist intellectuals support environmentally conscious ideas, and how did they relate these positions to their political ideologies? Second, why were many environmentally conscious thinkers during this period attracted to fascism? This thesis will also address several related issues regarding fascism and environmental consciousness. These issues include what role environmental concerns played in the British Union of Fascist’s platforms and in fascism’s public appeal, and how ...


Certificate Of Battle Service, Thomas H. Slavens Jun 1919

Certificate Of Battle Service, Thomas H. Slavens

Carl Hayden Quinn Collection Textual Materials

Certificate of Battle Service stating that Carl Hayden Quinn saw battle action. Battles mentioned are: Gerardmer Sector, Vosges, France, 3 Sept. to 12 Oct. 1918 and the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, France, 1 November to 11 November 1918.


"All But The Chance" In The The Stars And Stripes, United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces Mar 1919

"All But The Chance" In The The Stars And Stripes, United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces

Carl Hayden Quinn Collection Textual Materials

Article published in the Stars and Stripes, a syndicated column published by the American Expeditionary Forces, concerning the contributions made by regiments and divisions that arrived in Europe and northern France as WW1 came to its conclusion.


Letter Of Request For Recognition & Acknowledgment And A General Order, H. K. Doughry, H. Palmer Erickson, J. W. Boucham, James W. Mcandrews Jan 1919

Letter Of Request For Recognition & Acknowledgment And A General Order, H. K. Doughry, H. Palmer Erickson, J. W. Boucham, James W. Mcandrews

Carl Hayden Quinn Collection Textual Materials

Contains a letter of request for recognition & acknowledgment and a general order that grants the recognition.


Summary Of Information Collected By Fifty-First U.S. Infantry Regiment, James A. Newman Oct 1918

Summary Of Information Collected By Fifty-First U.S. Infantry Regiment, James A. Newman

Carl Hayden Quinn Collection Textual Materials

A daily military intelligence report submitted by intelligence officer of the Fifty-First U.S. Infantry Regiment, James A. Newman, and the American Expeditionary Forces.