international peace movement, 1815-1874 by W. H. van der Linden

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Published by Tilleul Publications in Amsterdam, the Netherlands .

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Statementby W.H. van der Linden.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJX1948 .L56 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination1237 p. ;
Number of Pages1237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2073030M
ISBN 109080013412
LC Control Number88103250

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"The peace movement", as an umbrella term that included supporters of William Lloyd Garrison and the "moral force" Chartists, as well as the League and International peace movement Society radicals, was popularised by Burritt from Burritt organized the first international congress of the Friends of Peace, which convened in Brussels in September  , The International Peace Movement, – (Amsterdam, ), p.

After Brussels, Burritt's League and Richard's London Peace Society came together in the Peace Congress Committee, though the latter preponderated, according to Burritt, by virtue of its members' labor and by:   Waging War on War in Europe, – (New York: Oxford University Press, ), W.

1815-1874 book der Linden’s, The International Peace Movement – (Amsterdam: Tilleul, ) and Verdiana Grossi’s Le Pacifisme International peace movement – (Brussels: Bruylant, ), as well as Martin Ceadel’s own work.

Joseph Sturge ( – 14 May ) was an English Quaker, abolitionist and activist. He founded the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (now Anti-Slavery International).He worked throughout his life in Radical political actions supporting pacifism, working-class rights, and the universal emancipation of the late s, he published two books about the.

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In the late s, he published. 4 W. van der Linden, The International Peace Movement, (Amster-dam, ), p. After Brussels, Burritt's League and Richard's London Peace Soci-ety came together in the Peace Congress Committee, though the latter preponderated, according to Burritt, by virtue of its members' labor and money.

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Nicholls, David, ‘Richard Cobden and the International Peace Congress move- ment, – ’, Journal of British Studies, 30 (October ), pp.

– Author: Heloise Brown. Linden’s The International Peace Movement,which presents an impressive inquiry into peace thinking and activism in nineteenth century Europe, including France, but reads more as a reference work than a systematic Size: 1MB.

- An excellent book (one of the first) on the international peace movement is A.C.F. Beales, "The history of peace: A short account of the organised movement for international peace," The Dial Press, New York, pp.

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There is a substantial literature on the history of peace movements, mostly focusing on national histories. Wim H. van der Linden has written two massive studies on early peace movements: The International Peace Movement – (Amsterdam: Tilleul, ), and The International Peace Movement during the First World War (Almere: Tilleul, ).Author: Marcel van der Linden.

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