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Author: Ernst Benjamin Salomon Raupach
Publisher: Nabu Press
Keywords: gattung, ernster, werke, dramatische
Number of Pages: 348
Published: 2011-11-02
ISBN-10: 1270807234
ISBN-13: 9781270807230

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Author: Jean-Jacques Salomon
Publisher: ECLM
Keywords: risques, hauts, civilisation, une
Number of Pages: 242
Published: 2007-02-08
ISBN-10: 2843771307
ISBN-13: 9782843771309

L'humanité s'inflige à elle-même de nouvelles plaies qui, pour la première fois et contrairement aux sept plaies d'Egypte, ne sont ni naturelles ni divines : accidents technologiques majeurs, instrumentalisation du vivant, menaces de terrorisme à coup d'armes de destruction massive, réchauffement climatique, etc. Dans toutes ces catastrophes annoncées, mais non imparables, l'humanité a une responsabilité centrale. Philosophe et historien des sciences de formation, Jean-Jacques Salomon nous ouvre ici les pistes dont chacun peut se prévaloir pour prendre la mesure des périls auxquels
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Author: Ernest H. Sanders
Publisher: Lexxion Verlag
Keywords: family, hamburg, fate, twists
Number of Pages: 7
Published: 2009-12-01
ISBN-10: 3869651229
ISBN-13: 9783869651224

Paul Salomon was a successful Hamburg bank manager--until 1933. He had become prosperous within a few years, bought a handsome house in Harvestehude, and was able to afford his children a carefree youth--almost. With this book, his son Ernest H. Sanders, who immigrated to New York in 1938, gives an account of the rise and fall of his family in Germany. The stealthy transformation from a "normal" civil life to--at first unacknowledged--persecution, which resulted in the suicide of both parents on September 21, 1941, is recounted in a subtle and therefore moving way. In spite of these painful ex
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