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land power


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land power

Power in the Land

Power, Politics, and Struggles over Land

Trustees' power to apportion occupation of land

Power and Place: Connecting with the Land

“Africa was a Land aʼ Magic Power Since de Beginninʼ a History” Old World Sources of Conjuring Traditions

Land and Power: The Zionist Resort to Force, 1881–1948, Anita Shapira

How the Indians Lost Their Land: Law and Power on the Frontier

The Transfer of Power Hypothesis and the German Länder: In Need of Modification

Why the Village Has No Power: Land Ownership Disputes and Customary Tenure

Daisuke Igarashi. Land Tenure, Fiscal Policy, and Imperial Power in Medieval Syro-Egypt.

J. G. Manning. Land and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt: The Structure of Land Tenure. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2003. Pp. xx, 335. $70.00

An Indian Bible and A Brass Hawk: Land, Sachemship Disputes, and Power in the Conversion of Ben Uncas II

The Big House in the North of Ireland: Land, Power and Social Elites, 1878–1960, by Olwen Purdue

This Land Is Our Land: Immigrants and Power in Miami. By Alex Stepick, Guillermo Grenier, Max Castro, and Marvin Dunn. University of California Press, 2003. 192 pp. Cloth, $49.95; paper, $19.95

Land, Power and Economics on the Frontier of Upper Canada. By John Clarke (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. x plus 752pp. $75.00)

Greenpeace Australia Limited v Redbank Power Company Pty Limited and Singleton Council, Decision on development application, [1994] NSWLEC 178, ILDC 985 (AU 1994), 10th November 1994, Land and Environment Court

John Clarke. Land, Power, and Economics on the Frontier of Upper Canada. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press. 2001. Pp. xxxvii, 747. $75.00

John Landers. The Field and the Forge: Population, Production, and Power in the Pre-industrial West. New York: Oxford University Press. 2003. Pp. xiii, 440

 

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With one significant exception—the atomic bomb—land power exerted the decisive influence in the Second World War that it had generally done throughout the ages. Ultimate victory was still fundamentally achieved ...

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