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1. Terror | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

Extracts from a Charge to a Grand Jury in 1792, illustrating the wide ranging cultural effects of French Terror - and indeed British anti-Terror. ... Powerpoint presentation on Robespierre and Terror in the French Revolution (week 7 of the course).

open.conted.ox.ac.uk/keywords/terror- 36k - 17 Sep 2020 - Cached

2. Terror

open.conted.ox.ac.uk/series/first-war-terror-revolutionary-france-and-british-response <div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden"><div ... In the process a concept of terrorism was born whose echoes continue to

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3. Robespierre and the Politicians' Terror | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Over 220 years since his death, Maximilien Robespierre continues to generate controversy, above all for his role in the French Revolutionary Terror. ... Historians have repeatedly turned to the problem of Robespierre’s individual personality and

podcasts.ox.ac.uk/robespierre-and-politicians-terror- 32k - 16 Sep 2020 - Cached

4. Understanding football violence could help the fight against terror | University of Oxford

Image credit: Shutterstock. Published. 26 Sep 2017. Share This. Understanding football violence could help the fight against terror. ... Understanding football violence could help the fight against terror. Latest. Share This.

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5. State of terror: women at risk | Forced Migration Review

Two reports researched and written by the Karen Women’s Organisation – ‘Shattering Silences’ in 2004 and ‘State of Terror’ in 2007[1] – document the wide range of human rights abuses against ... The abuses were perpetrated across Karen

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6. REVIEW OF ‘THE JOURNAL OF A SPY IN PARIS DURING THE REIGN OF TERROR

This site uses cookiesArchive catalogue. Menu. PAPERS OF C.R.L. FLETCHER. REVIEW OF ‘THE JOURNAL OF A SPY IN PARIS DURING THE REIGN OF TERROR’. ... REVIEW OF ‘THE JOURNAL OF A SPY IN PARIS DURING THE REIGN OF TERROR’.

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7. Robespierre and the Politicians' Terror | TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities

Over 220 years since his death, Maximilien Robespierre continues to generate controversy, above all for his role in the French Revolutionary Terror. ... Historians have repeatedly turned to the problem of Robespierre’s individual personality and

www.torch.ox.ac.uk/robespierre-and-the-politicians-terror- 106k - 16 Sep 2020 - Cached

8. Challenging the so-called trafficking–terror finance nexus | Forced Migration Review

Most significantly, Resolution 2388 of 2017 asserted that trafficking is a major contributor to terror financing. ... 4] Another issue with the purported nexus is the wide divergence in identifying terror groups.

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9. Robespierre and the Politicians’ Terror | TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities

Robespierre and the Politicians’ Terror. 28th April 2017, 5pm. Rees Davies Room, History Faculty, Oxford. ... Historians have repeatedly turned to the problem of Robespierre’s individual personality and motivation as a means to explain the Terror.

www.torch.ox.ac.uk/event/robespierre-and-the-politicians-terror- 109k - 16 Sep 2020 - Cached

10. Robespierre and the Politicians' Terror - Oxford Talks

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