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  Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.1) United Nations
 : , Gale Inc.
   
 
Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.1) United Nations
: Timothy L. Gall
: Gale
: 2004
isbn: 0-7876-7331-5
: 414
: english
: PDF

This encyclopedia is different from all others produced in recent years. It is not simply a collection of miscellaneous facts for ready reference. It resembles more the pioneer work of those encyclopedists who ushered in the era of enlightenment in 18th-century France, in that it mirrors the life of men and nations at a great turning point in history, when the national state system of absolute sovereignties has to find new adjustments under the sovereignty of science. The old safeguards for securitymountains and oceansno longer hold against the impact of an atomic age. The United Nations is the mirror of this new world in which international life becomes more and more interdependent. The political framework is therefore filled in by a comprehensive survey of the major interests of people everywhere. Such an encyclopedia should prove a valuable guide to the understanding not only of the United Nations but of our time.
 
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  Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.3) Americas
 : , Gale Inc.
   
 
Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.3) Americas
: Timothy L. Gall
: Gale
: 2004
isbn: 0-7876-7333-1
: 492
: english
: PDF

This encyclopedia is different from all others produced in recent years. It is not simply a collection of miscellaneous facts for ready reference. It resembles more the pioneer work of those encyclopedists who ushered in the era of enlightenment in 18th-century France, in that it mirrors the life of men and nations at a great turning point in history, when the national state system of absolute sovereignties has to find new adjustments under the sovereignty of science. The old safeguards for securitymountains and oceansno longer hold against the impact of an atomic age. The United Nations is the mirror of this new world in which international life becomes more and more interdependent. The political framework is therefore filled in by a comprehensive survey of the major interests of people everywhere. Such an encyclopedia should prove a valuable guide to the understanding not only of the United Nations but of our time.
 
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  Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.2) Africa
 : , Gale Inc.
   
 
Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.2) Africa
: Timothy L. Gall
: Gale
: 2004
isbn: 0-7876-7332-3
: 633
: english
: PDF

This encyclopedia is different from all others produced in recent years. It is not simply a collection of miscellaneous facts for ready reference. It resembles more the pioneer work of those encyclopedists who ushered in the era of enlightenment in 18th-century France, in that it mirrors the life of men and nations at a great turning point in history, when the national state system of absolute sovereignties has to find new adjustments under the sovereignty of science. The old safeguards for securitymountains and oceansno longer hold against the impact of an atomic age. The United Nations is the mirror of this new world in which international life becomes more and more interdependent. The political framework is therefore filled in by a comprehensive survey of the major interests of people everywhere. Such an encyclopedia should prove a valuable guide to the understanding not only of the United Nations but of our time.
 
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  Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.6) World Leaders 2003
 : , Gale Inc.
   
 
Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations (Vol.6) World Leaders 2003
: Timothy L. Gall
: Gale
: 2004
isbn: 0-7876-7337-4
: 720
: english
: PDF

This encyclopedia is different from all others produced in recent years. It is not simply a collection of miscellaneous facts for ready reference. It resembles more the pioneer work of those encyclopedists who ushered in the era of enlightenment in 18th-century France, in that it mirrors the life of men and nations at a great turning point in history, when the national state system of absolute sovereignties has to find new adjustments under the sovereignty of science. The old safeguards for securitymountains and oceansno longer hold against the impact of an atomic age. The United Nations is the mirror of this new world in which international life becomes more and more interdependent. The political framework is therefore filled in by a comprehensive survey of the major interests of people everywhere. Such an encyclopedia should prove a valuable guide to the understanding not only of the United Nations but of our time.
 
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