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XIXth and XXth Century History Review

  • ISSN: 1127-3070
  • EISSN: 2612-2235
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    • Maddalena Burelli
    • Rome and the state-church relationship in Mexico (1821-1861)

    • DOI: 10.1409/99449
    • Availability: 14/01/2021
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    • DOI: 10.1409/99443
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Table of Contents number 3, 2019, July-September

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-28121-0
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  • TITLE: Religione e Guerra fredda (a cura di Massimo De Giuseppe e Miranda Lida)
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  • Vol.: XXII
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    • Argomenti

    • Dianne Kirby
    • Relations between the Church of England Council on Foreign Relations and the Foreign Office in the Early Cold War

    • pp. 339-362, DOI: 10.1409/94043
    • Nélida E. Boulgourdjian
    • Political Uses of Religion in Complex Contexts. The Soviet Republic of Armenia and the Armenian community in Argentina during the beginning of the Cold War

    • pp. 363-382, DOI: 10.1409/94044
    • Matteo Mennini
    • The mystery of Nazareth. The experience of the Compagnons de Jésus Charpentier among mysticism and revolutions (1956-1971)

    • pp. 383-410, DOI: 10.1409/94045
    • Adriano Roccucci
    • The Russian Orthodox Church and the Conference of European Churches. Ecumenical Dynamics and Political Processes in Cold War Europe (1975-1985)

    • pp. 411-446, DOI: 10.1409/94046
    • Tracce

    • Massimo De Giuseppe
    • Catholics, the Nuclear Race and the Cold War in times of flexible response: Reflections from the Correspondence between Giorgio La Pira and Thomas Merton

    • pp. 447-480, DOI: 10.1409/94047