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PROTEST Damen Exodus T-shirt
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Das Exodus T-Shirt von Protest kombiniert einen grau melierten Ton mit einem sommerlichen Motiv in Blau und Rosa über der Brust. Das Exodus überzeugt durch seinen modernen und einzigartigen Look.

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Stand: 28.05.2020
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PROTEST Damen Exodus T-shirt
34,99 € *
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Das Exodus T-Shirt von Protest kombiniert einen grau melierten Ton mit einem sommerlichen Motiv in Blau und Rosa über der Brust. Das Exodus überzeugt durch seinen modernen und einzigartigen Look.

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PROTEST Damen Exodus T-shirt
34,99 € *
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Das Exodus T-Shirt von Protest kombiniert einen grau melierten Ton mit einem sommerlichen Motiv in Blau und Rosa über der Brust. Das Exodus überzeugt durch seinen modernen und einzigartigen Look.

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Whose Names Are Unknown , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, ...
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Sanora Babb' s long-hidden novel Whose Names Are Unknown tells an intimate story of the High Plains farmers who fled drought dust storms during the Great Depression. Written with empathy for the farmers' plight, this powerful narrative is based upon the author' s firsthand experience. This clear-eyed and unsentimental story centers on the fictional Dunne family as they struggle to survive and endure while never losing faith in themselves. In the Oklahoma Panhandle, Milt, Julia, their two little girls, and Milt' s father, Konkie, share a life of cramped circumstances in a one-room dugout with never enough to eat. Yet buried in the drudgery of their everyday life are aspirations, failed dreams, and fleeting moments of hope. The land is their dream. The Duanne family and the farmers around them fight desperately for the land they love, but the droughts of the thirties force them to abandon their fields. When they join the exodus to the irrigated valleys of California, they discover not the promised land, but an abusive labor system arrayed against destitute immigrants. The system labels all farmers like them as worthless " Okies" and earmarks them for beatings and worse when hardworking men and women, such as Milt and Julia, object to wages so low they can' t possibly feed their children. The informal communal relations these dryland farmers knew on the High Plains gradually coalesce into a shared determination to resist. Realizing that a unified community is their best hope for survival, the Dunnes join with their fellow workers and begin the struggle to improve migrant working conditions through democratic organization and collective protest. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alyssa Bresnahan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/007531/bk_reco_007531_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Walid Khalidi
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Walid Khalidi (Arabic: , born 1925 in Jerusalem) is an Oxford University-educated Palestinian historian who has written extensively on the Palestinian exodus. He is General Secretary and co-founder of the Institute for Palestine Studies, established in Beirut in December 1963 as an independent research and publishing center focusing on the Palestinian problem and the Arab-Israeli conflict.Khalidi's first teaching post was at Oxford, a position he resigned in 1956 in protest at the British invasion of Suez. He was Professor of Political Studies at the American University of Beirut until 1982 and thereafter a research fellow at the Harvard Center for International Affairs. He has also taught at Princeton University.

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Let My People Go
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For 50 years, until the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, the Soviet Union ran a campaign of repression, imprisonment, political trials and terror against its 3 million Jews. In Australia, political leaders and the Jewish community contributed significantly to the international protest movement which eventually triumphed over Moscow's tyranny and led to the modern Exodus of Soviet Jews to Israel and other countries. Lipski and Rutland make this largely unknown Australian story come alive with a combination of passion, personal experience and ground-breaking research.

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Stand: 28.05.2020
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Let My People Go
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For 50 years, until the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, the Soviet Union ran a campaign of repression, imprisonment, political trials and terror against its 3 million Jews. In Australia, political leaders and the Jewish community contributed significantly to the international protest movement which eventually triumphed over Moscow's tyranny and led to the modern Exodus of Soviet Jews to Israel and other countries. Lipski and Rutland make this largely unknown Australian story come alive with a combination of passion, personal experience and ground-breaking research.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 28.05.2020
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