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Thu Feb 12 22:12:57 2015 UTClccn-n861253050.00¿A dónde va la ciencia?0.520.98The International forum for the exposition of German, American and British ideas7384386James_Vincent_Murphyn 861253051732294Murphy, James 1880-1946Murphy, James 1884-Murphy James Vincent 1880-1946lccn-n79046200Hitler, Adolf1889-1945autlccn-n79053942Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Parteilccn-n80038130Planck, Max1858-1947autviaf-258018360Johnston, Walter Henry1895-trllccn-n50002905Schrödinger, Erwin1887-1961autlccn-n79150983Barnes, Patience P.lccn-n85141096Barnes, James J.autlccn-n50047313Ludwig, Emil1881-1948autlccn-n79022889Einstein, Albertauilccn-no2010105156Jimenez de Asúa, FelipeMurphy, James Vincent1880-1946HistoryBiographySourcesCaricatures and cartoonsPeriodicalsGermanyPolitical sciencePhysics--PhilosophyScience--PhilosophyCausationFree will and determinismPhysicsScienceEuropeNational socialismStatesmenJournalistsIntellectual lifeTranslatorsChurch and stateWorld War (1939-1945)International relationsPsychologyHeads of stateRace relationsRacismHitler, Adolf,United StatesNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-ParteiEnglandPeriodicalsWorld War--PeaceDictatorsMein Kampf (Hitler, Adolf)FascismGermany (West)National socialism--PhilosophyAntisemitismPhilosophyArtsPanjabi languageDiplomatic relations1880194619321933193419351939194019411942194719591961198119871994200020032004200520102011201220661676943.0850924DD247.H5ocn000330680ocn000697741ocn001579586ocn006395294ocn023281489ocn000818998ocn610088640ocn594139429ocn693041486ocn813225013ocn003736470ocn023270719ocn029089022ocn023802495ocn251620410ocn495057187ocn044501927ocn457600333ocn230734991ocn310793783ocn89828732378623ocn008245804book19390.25Hitler, AdolfMein KampfHistoryBiographyCaricatures and cartoonsSourcesHitler's Mein Kampf combines elements of autobiography with an exposition of his political ideology. Hitler began the book while imprisoned for "political crimes" after his failed government take-over. Though he received many visitors earlier on, he soon devoted himself entirely to writing the book. After Hitler's rise to power, the book gained enormous popularity. By the end of the war, about ten million copies had been sold or distributed in Germany+-+915591840669122ocn000330680book19320.63Planck, MaxWhere is science going?History+-+17797536453056ocn000697741book19350.77Schrödinger, ErwinScience and the human temperament833ocn001579586book19340.70Ludwig, EmilLeaders of EuropeBiography396ocn003736470book19340.89Murphy, James VincentAdolf Hitler; the drama of his career171ocn080637193book19420.21Hitler, AdolfMein KampfHistoryThe German dictator presents his own life story and outlines his political ideology+-+9954289945153ocn023270719book19410.80Murphy, James VincentWho sent Rudolf Hess?113ocn045744197book19470.47Planck, MaxAdonde va la ciencia?31ocn051620372book19390.47Hitler, AdolfMein Kampf : an historic document describing the aims and development of the national socialist movement, unexpurgated21ocn758021617book1961Planck, Max¿A dónde va la ciencia?21ocn061154434rcrd20050.22Hitler, AdolfMein KampfOn April 1st, 1924, [the author] began to serve [his] sentence of detention in the Fortress of Landsberg am Lech, following the verdict of the Munich People's Court of that time.... [He] decided to [write] two volumes to a description of not only of the aims of [the] Movement but also of its development.... This also [gave him] the opportunity of describing [his] own development in so far as such a description is necessary to the understanding of the first as well as the second volume. -p. [6]11ocn457600333book0.47Murphy, James VincentUeber die Grundregeln der gothischen Baukunst11ocn054464620serial0.98The International forum for the exposition of German, American and British ideasPeriodicals11ocn605504289book19330.47Planck, MaxLogic11ocn460758237book19590.10Planck, MaxThe New science : 3 complete works : Where is science going ? [Translated from the German by James Murphy. The Universe in the light of modern physics, The Philosophy of physics. Translated from the German by W. H. Johnson. Preface by Albert Einstein. Introduction by James Franck.]1082ocn014905316book19870.90Barnes, James JJames Vincent Murphy : translator and interpreter of Fascist Europe, 1880-1946Biography+-+1779753645+-+1779753645Fri Feb 13 10:45:56 EST 2015batch10801