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German Criminal Procedure Law

Author: Volker Krey
Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 9783170184091
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English summary: This textbook is a thorough and detailed presentation of German Criminal Procedure Law. It follows a systematic structure, but to a great extent it is based on cases or illustrated by examples. German description: Das Lehrbuch ist eine grundliche und detaillierte Darstellung des deutschen Strafverfahrensrechts, die streng systematisch aufgebaut ist, aber weitgehend anhand von Fallen und Beispielen erfolgt.

Selected Poems

Author: Vladimir Nabokov
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0307957551
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Though we know Vladimir Nabokov as a brilliant novelist, his first love was poetry. This landmark collection brings together the best of his verse, including many pieces that have never before appeared in English. These poems span the whole of Nabokov’s career, from the newly discovered “Music,” written in 1914, to the short, playful “To Véra,” composed in 1974. Many are newly translated by Dmitri Nabokov, including The University Poem, a sparkling novel in verse modeled on Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin that constitutes a significant new addition to Nabokov’s oeuvre. Included too are such poems as “Lilith”, an early work which broaches the taboo theme revisited nearly forty years later in Lolita, and “An Evening of Russian Poetry”, a masterpiece in which Nabokov movingly mourns his lost language in the guise of a versified lecture on Russian delivered to college girls. The subjects range from the Russian Revolution to the American refrigerator, taking in on the way motel rooms, butterflies, ice-skating, love, desire, exile, loneliness, language, and poetry itself; and the poet whirls swiftly between the brilliantly painted facets of his genius, wearing masks that are, by turns, tender, demonic, sincere, self-parodying, shamanic, visionary, and ingeniously domestic.

Ernst Herzfeld And The Development Of Near Eastern Studies 1900 1950

Author: Ann Clyburn Gunter
Publisher: Brill Academic Pub
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As archaeologist, philologist, and historian, German scholar Ernst Herzfeld (1879–1948) significantly shaped the study of the prehistoric to Islamic Near East. His life and work are reassessed and situated within decisive developments in research and politics in the 20th century, providing new insights into the historiography of the Near East.

Self Reported Crime And Deviance Studies In Europe

Author: Marcelo F. Aebi
Publisher: ASP / VUBPRESS / UPA
ISBN: 9054875585
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Eminent scientists from various European countries--including Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, and Sweden--explain and evaluate the use of self-reported crime surveys in this comparative review. As one of the most prominent ways to measure and study specific types of crime and deviance, self-reported crime surveys are carried out and put to use in a variety of ways across European countries. Contributors to this examination include Marcelo F. Aebi, Lina Andersson, Cécile Carra, Giada Anna Maria Cartocchi, Thomas Görgen, Janne Kivivuori, Susan McVie, Lieven Pauwels, Stefaan Pleysier, Susann Rabold, Philippe Robert, Giovanni Battista Traverso, and Simona Traverso.

Nazis On The Run

Author: Gerald Steinacher
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191653772
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This is the story of how Nazi war criminals escaped from justice at the end of the Second World War by fleeing through the Tyrolean Alps to Italian seaports, and the role played by the Red Cross, the Vatican, and the Secret Services of the major powers in smuggling them away from prosecution in Europe to a new life in South America. The Nazi sympathies held by groups and individuals within these organizations evolved into a successful assistance network for fugitive criminals, providing them not only with secret escape routes but hiding places for their loot. Gerald Steinacher skillfully traces the complex escape stories of some of the most prominent Nazi war criminals, including Adolf Eichmann, showing how they mingled and blended with thousands of technically stateless or displaced persons, all flooding across the Alps to Italy and from there, to destinations abroad. The story of their escape shows clearly just how difficult the apprehending of war criminals can be. As Steinacher shows, all the major countries in the post-war world had 'mixed motives' for their actions, ranging from the shortage of trained intelligence personnel in the immediate aftermath of the war to the emerging East-West confrontation after 1947, which led to many former Nazis being recruited as agents turned in the Cold War.