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From:Journal of Modern Literature (Vol. 44, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedErwin Mortier's novel Marcel (1999) addresses the still controversial topic of the Flemish collaboration with the Germans during the Second World War, and the way the Belgian state subsequently dealt with it. Told from...
From:The Catholic Historical Review (Vol. 106, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedUsing Impressa Catholica Cameracensia (ICC), a new database of early modern Catholic books printed in the Ecclesiastical Province of Cambrai, a border zone in the south of the Habsburg Low Countries, this article...
From:Journal of Southern History (Vol. 86, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedIN THE DEADLIEST CIVILIAN JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS IN AMERICAN history, a court of magistrates and freeholders in Charleston, South Carolina, hanged thirty-four enslaved men and Denmark Vesey, a free man of color, in the...
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