Historum Quarterly Journal #12

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Historum Quarterly Journal / Volume 3 / Number 4 / 2014 / 95 Pages
Table of Contents
  • The 1920's: A Lecture
    • "The Business of America is Business"
    • The Economy of Abundance
    • Mass Production
    • Consumer Finance
    • Market Segmentation
    • Mass Advertising
    • Tradition and Modernity
  • Iatrogenic Regicide: The Last Days of Charles II
  • Ankara in the time of the Phrygians
  • Francisco Amighetti Ruiz, 1907-1998
    • A brief look at the originality of Costa Rica's most beloved artist
  • Decius and His Persecution of the Christian Church
    • Gaius Messius Quintus Decius ruled the Roman Empire from September of 249 CE until June of 251
  • William King Harvey: The CIA's 'Loosest Cannon'
  • The Early Principate: The Death of Agustus and the reign of Tiberius
  • Book Review: Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk
    • Nihilism, Satire, and the IKEA Nesting Instinct
  • The Last Catholic King: The Ill-Fated Kingship of James II
  • The Bluecoats, or How I got interested in the American Civil War
  • Ireland and the English Civil War
  • Roger Casement and the Irish Revolution
  • Ireland and the 'Revisionist' Debate
  • Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky, the great poet of the Soviet epoch
    • The Troika
    • The Poem to Lenin, 1924
    • The Manifesto, a Slap in the Face of the Public Taste
    • Lilya's Sister, Elsa Triolet
    • Lilya the model
  • The History of Bahrain
    • This essay is about the brilliant and rich history of Bahrain's ancient Past. I have taken the initiative to write these essays and raise awareness about Bahrain's rich historical past. Bahrain is a land that had seen the Assryians, Sumerians, Mesopotamians, Indus Valley(ians?), Achaemenians, Parthians, Sassanids and even the Hellenic Greeks from Alexander the Great's time! Please note this is about Pre-Islamic Bahrain.
  • Takeda Shinghen's 24 Generals
  • Obituaries as History, Jean Piaget, Swiss psychologist, 84
  • In Memoriam, T J Adams, 1963-2014
Total Pages: 95