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Published by Printed by Bernhard Schlesinger in Copenhagen [Denmark] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Europe -- Relations -- United States.,
  • United States -- Relations -- Europe.,
  • Europe -- History -- 1789-1900.,
  • United States -- History -- 1783-1865.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesThe relative state of the civilized world at a future period.
Statementtranslated from the German of Dr. C.F. von Schmidt-Phiseldek ... by Joseph Owen.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3 microfiches (147 fr.).
Number of Pages147
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21883607M
ISBN 100665483112

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Was a German Jew and brilliant scientist. Discovered that time, space and motion not absolute but relative to observer and observer's own movement in space. In and he developed a set of laws which unified the theory of gravitation, electromagnetism, and subatomic behavior. Newton's world thus replaced by a 4-D world-space-time continuum. This question can be answered only with respect to only a specific period in history. At different times, people in different parts of the world have been more civilized than the others.   How America will collapse (by ) of possibilities for a future world order. maximize our country's role and prosperity in a changing world. Europe's empires are gone and America Author: Alfred Mccoy.   Religious Motivations. As European powers conquered the territories of the New World, they justified wars against Native Americans and the destruction of their cultures as a fulfillment of the European secular and religious vision of the New World. The idea of “America” antedated America’s discovery and even Viking exploration.