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In memoriam: Лиляна Перничева-Перец (1940-2011)  [cached]
Малгожата Гребска-Куловa
Bulgarian e-Journal of Archaeology , 2012,
Abstract: In memoriam: Liliana Pernicheva-Peretz (1940-2011) Ma gorzata Gr bska- Kulova
Guayaquil (1900-1940): agro-exportation et structuration de l'espace urbain  [PDF]
Marie S. BOCK,Jean-Paul DELER
Mappemonde , 1993,
Abstract: L'analyse des dynamiques urbaines de Guayaquil de 1900 à 1940 permet de mettre en valeur quatre structures élémentaires pour composer un modèle spécifique des structures spatiales du port principal de l'équateur.
El mercado matrimonial de las familias tradicionales argentinas, 1900-1940: Algunas dimensiones y tendencias
Losada, Leandro;
Secuencia , 2012,
Abstract: the article studies the marriage market of traditional argentinean families between 1900 and 1940 on the basis of a study of 550 marriages and the analysis of their social and cultural patterns. the period chosen includes the florescence of these families in argentinean society (approximately between 1900 and the middle of the 1910s) as well as the are of time during which they declined (the 1920s and 1930s). the aim is to explore the link between marriage patterns and the rise and fall of the traditional elite, a problem that has so far been neglected by argentinean historiography.
Sleeping Sickness Epidemics and Colonial Responses in East and Central Africa, 1900–1940  [PDF]
Daniel R. Headrick
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0002772
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SOVIET POSTERS IN LITHUANIA IN 1940–1953
Bajoraite, Alma
Knygotyra , 2006,
Abstract: The Soviet occupation and their ideology brought to Lithuania a new poster quality. The paper analyzes the problem of posters propaganda and manipulation, the inheritance of the not traditional documents and their inventory. The goal of this paper is to analyze the soviet posters in Lithuania in 1940–1953.The principal problems of this paper are to research the formation and the domination of the posters in Lithuania: which role they had in the politics. The paper also analyzes the soviet posters impact on farming and their influence to the society.To sum up, the new trend of art appeared in 1940 in Lithuania, which had the principal goal to propagate the soviet ideology in all the political and social spheres. The goal of the soviet posters as the media of information was to provide the distorted view of the reality. The soviet posters had dominated in Lithuania in 1940–1953. This period had left a very interesting and rich heritage. It is the importatant part of the cultural and historical heritage.
Arthur Marshall Stoneham (1940-2011)  [PDF]
Minasyan V.,Samoilov V.
Progress in Physics , 2011,
Abstract: The memory of the prominent British physicist, Prof. Arthur Marshall Stoneham (1940-2011), will live in our hearts and souls.
1940年铝辅币考叙  [PDF]
钱屿
东南文化 , 2001,
Abstract: ????本文主要论述了1940年铝辅币铸造及其相关问题。
El mercado matrimonial de las familias tradicionales argentinas, 1900-1940: Algunas dimensiones y tendencias The Marriage Market of Traditional Argentinean Families, 1900-1940: Some Aspects and Trends  [cached]
Leandro Losada
Secuencia , 2012,
Abstract: El artículo estudia el mercado matrimonial de las familias tradicionales argentinas entre 1900 y 1940, a partir de una muestra de 550 casamientos y del análisis de sus pautas sociales y culturales. El periodo elegido incluye el momento de máximo esplendor de esas familias en la sociedad argentina (entre 1900 y mediados de la década de 1910 aproximadamente) así como el arco temporal en que se produjo el ocaso de su gravitación (las décadas de 1920 y 1930). El propósito es pensar la relación entre las pautas matrimoniales y el ascenso y la declinación de la elite tradicional, un problema hasta el momento descuidado por la historiografía argentina. The article studies the marriage market of traditional Argentinean families between 1900 and 1940 on the basis of a study of 550 marriages and the analysis of their social and cultural patterns. The period chosen includes the florescence of these families in Argentinean society (approximately between 1900 and the middle of the 1910s) as well as the are of time during which they declined (the 1920s and 1930s). The aim is to explore the link between marriage patterns and the rise and fall of the traditional elite, a problem that has so far been neglected by Argentinean historiography.
Doodsoorzakenclassificaties van 1750 tot 1900
J.P. van Dijk
Tijdschrift voor de Geschiedenis der Geneeskunde, Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Techniek , 1982,
Abstract: Classifications of death causes from 1750 till 1900 The systematic registration of the causes of death takes place in the Netherlands and other European countries in the middle of the nineteenth century. This is preceded by a period in which the registration of causes of death is a local matter, in other words the lists of causes of death differ per town. So the registration in the Netherlands begins in The Hague in the year 1755, and does not become national until 1865 when the Medical Inspectorate of Public Health comes into being. Complete centralization takes place after the Central Bureau of Statistics has taken over the registration in 1900.
Commemorative Practices in the Humanities around 1900  [PDF]
Jo Tollebeek
Advances in Historical Studies (AHS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ahs.2015.43017
Abstract: Around 1900, the humanities underwent a metamorphosis which led to the emergence of modern disciplines. This transformation was accompanied by another process, the building of scientific communities. The central question addressed in this essay was how these new disciplinary communities in the humanities were strengthened by commemorative practices. Those practices could be highly diverse, ranging from the dedication of a book and the circulation and collection of photographs to the organisation of tribute events, attending of funerals and writing of obituaries. The forms that these practices could take were mapped out in this essay using material drawn from the archives of three prominent (literary) historians from Belgium and the Netherlands: Paul Fredericq, Robert Fruin and Jan te Winkel.
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