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RAPSON, Edward James (1861 - 1937), Member, Royal Asiatic Society, Société asiatique of France, Deutsche morgenländische Gesellschaft

A new initiative of the joint action nephrology eastern Europe (International Society Nephrology, European Renal Association, Kuratorium Gesellschaft Nephrologie) in collaboration with the Czech Society of Nephrology

Die Gegenwart Gottes in der modernen Gesellschaft: Transzendenz und religiöse Vergemeinschaftung in Deutschland. / The Presence of God in Modern Society: Transcendence and Religious Community in Germany

Die Gegenwart Gottes in der modernen Gesellschaft: Transzendenz und religiöse Vergemeinschaftung in Deutschland. / The Presence of God in Modern Society: Transcendence and Religious Community in Germany

DE FILIPPI, Cav. Filippo (1869 - 1938), Accademia dei Lincei, and Pontificia Accademia delle Scienze, Rome; Hon. Member Reale Societá Geografica (Rome); Gesellschaft für Erdkunde (Berlin), Société de Géographie (Paris), Royal Rumanian Geographical Society (Bucarest); Alpine Club; Gold Medallist of the English and Italian Royal Geographical Societies, of the Société de Geographie, Paris; and of the American Geographical Society of New York

History and Society in Central Europe, vol. 2: Nobilities in Central and Eastern Europe: Kinship, Property and Privilege. Edited by János M. Bak (Budapest: Hajnal István Alapítvány; Krems: Medium Ævum Quotidianum Gesellschaft, 1994. 183pp. $15.00)

Gesellschaft und Diplomatie im transatlantis-chen Kontext: Festschrift für Reinhard R. Doer-ries zum 65. Geburtstag (Society and diplomacy in transatlantic context: A festschrift for Reinhard R. Doerries on the occasion of his 65th birthday)

Michael Geyer and Lucian Hölscher, editors. Die Gegenwart Gottes in der modernen Gesellschaft: Transzendenz und Religiöse Vergemeinschaftung in Deutschland/The Presence of God in Modern Society: Transcendence and Religious Community in Germany.

HOLLAND, Charles Thurstan (died 1941), Hon. Fellow, American College of Radiology; Lecturer on Radiology, Liverpool University, 1920–31; Hon. Member of the American Roentgen Ray Society; of the Nordisk Förening for Medicinsk Radiologie; of the Societas Radiologiae Medicae Italica; of the British Association of Radiologists; of the Deutsche Roentgen-Gesellschaft; Hon. Member Die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Röntgenkunde und Strahlenforschung; Hon. Member The Swiss Radiological Society; Hon. Consulting Radiologist, King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial Association, The Liverpool Royal Infirmary, and the Shropshire Orthopædic Hospital

COOMARASWAMY, Ananda K. (1877 - 1947), Fellow for Research in India, Persian and Muthammadan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass; Fellow of University College, London; Vice-President, India Society, London; Hon. Correspondent, Archæological Survey of India, Vrienden der aziatische Kunst, The Hague, Gesellschaft für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin, Coïmbra Institute, Hon. Member, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, etc

FORBES, George (1849 - 1936), Member of the Astronomische Gesellschaft, the Franklin Institute and the American Philosophical Society; Russian Order of St George; French Legion of Honour; Professor of Natural Philosophy, Anderson’s College, Glasgow 1872–80; Electrical Engineer for first works at Niagara Falls, 1891–95

REGAN, Charles Tate (1878 - 1943), Foreign Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and of the Royal Danish Academy; Honorary Member of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society, and of Soc. Cent. d’Aquiculture de France; Corresponding Member of Senckenbergische Gesellschaft, Frankfurt am-Main, and of the American Museum of Natural History, New York; Académico honorario, University of La Plata

“Die Schwarzen waren unsere Freunde”: Deutsche Kriegsgefangene in der amerikanischen Gesellschaft, 1942–1946 (“The blacks were our friends”: German prisoners of war in American society, 1942–1946). By Matthias Reiß. (Paderborn, Ger.: Schöningh, 2002. 371 pp. 40.90, isbn 3-506-74479-8.) In German.

GORDON-TAYLOR, Gordon (died 1960), Chairman Horatian Society. Hon. Fellow: Royal Society Medicine; Hunterian Soc., 1949; Assoc. of Surgeons of Gt Britain and Ireland, 1955; Amer. Surgical Assoc.; Membre d’Honneur International Soc. of Surg. (Vice-President Congress, 1949); Member hon étranger Académie Royale de Médecine de Belgique, 1948; Membre (Hon.) Académie de Chirurgie de Paris, 1952, Société Belge de Chirurgie and other Belgian, also Greek, Surgical Socs; membre, Assoc. Française de Chirurgie, Soc. Chir. de Lyon; Corr. Mem. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chir.; Member, Norwegian Med. Assoc

THAYER, William Sydney (died 1932), Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University; Visiting Physician Johns Hopkins Hospital; Member Board of Overseers, Harvard University; Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences; Member American Philosophical Society; Member Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington; Brig.-General Aux., USA; Member Washington Academy of Sciences; Hon. Member Royal Society of Medicine, Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland; Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; membre associé étranger de l’Académie de Méd., Paris; Hon. Membre corresp. Soc. d. hôpitaux, Paris; Hon. Member Therapeutical Society of Moscow, Royal Society of Medicine of Budapest, International Society of Medical Hydrology, NY Academy of Medicine, Harvey Society of NY; Corresponding Member Société de hôp. de Lyon; Gesellschaft für innere Med. u. Heilkunde, Vienna; Soc. Royale des Sc. Méd. et nat. de Bruxelles; Membre Assocn de médecins de langue Française, etc

SPEARMAN, Charles E. (1863 - 1945), Hon. Member, Kaiserlich Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher; Hon. Member, British Psychological Society; Foreign Associate, US National Academy Science; Associate Foreign Member, Société Française de Psychologie; Hon. Member, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie; Hon. Member, Kentucky Academy of Science; Hon. Member, Psychotech. Club, Prague; Professor of Psychology, University of London (University College), 1928–31, Emeritus Professor since 1931; Hon. Psychol. Adviser, Chesterfield

GARROD, Archibald Edward (1857 - 1936), formerly Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford, and student of Christ Church; Consulting Physician to, and formerly Director of Medical Unit at, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Consulting Physician to Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street; Hon. Colonel; Hon. Fellow Royal Society of Medicine and Hunterian Society; Hon. Member of the Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland, of the Association of American Physicians, of the Harveian Society, and of Gesellschaft für innere Medizin und Kinderheilkunde, Vienna; Osler Memorial Medallist, Oxford, 1925; Bradshaw Lecturer, 1900, Croonian Lecturer, 1908, Harveian Orator, 1924, Royal College of Physicians of London; Linacre Lecturer, Cambridge, 1923; Huxley Lecturer, Charing Cross Hospital, 1927; formerly Member of Medical Research Council; has been an Examiner in Medicine in Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow, Liverpool, and Manchester

Michael Greve, Der justitielle und rechtspolitische Umgang mit den NS-Gewaltverbrechen in den sechziger Jahren [Legal and Political Dealings with Nazi Crimes in the 1960s]Marc von Miquel, Ahnden oder amnestieren? Westdeutsche Justiz und Vergangenheitspolitik in den sechziger Jahren [Punishment or Amnesty? West German Justice and the Politics of History in the 1960s] Annette Weinke, Ene Gesellschaft ermittelt gegen sich selbst. Die Geschichte der Zentralen Stelle der Landesjustizverwaltungen 1958-2008 [A Society Investigates Itself: The History of the Zentrale Stelle der Landesjustizverwaltungen from 1958 to 2008]Andreas Eichmüller, Keine Generalamnestie. Die Strafverfolgung von NS-Verbrechen in der frühen Bundesrepublik [No General Amnesty: The Prosecution of Nazi Crimes in the Early Federal Republic of Germany]Edith Raim, Justiz zwischen Diktatur und Demokratie. Wiederaufbau und Ahndung von NS-Verbrechen in Westdeutschland 1945-1949 [Justice between Dictatorship and Democracy: Democratic Restoration and Punishment of Nazi Crimes in West Germany from 1945 to 1949]

 

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A society characterized by aloof relationships; people merely reside in their neighbourhoods, free from social bonds and ties. See gemeinschaft society.

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