Collected papers of Ludwig Quidde, 1881-1941.

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Quidde, Ludwig, 1858-1941. Collected papers of Ludwig Quidde, 1881-1941.

Collected papers of Ludwig Quidde, 1881-1941.

Collected papers of Ludwig Quidde include: biographical information; correspondence with Ellen Starr Brinton (first Curator of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection); correspondence with Frederick J. Libby (founder and executive secretary of National Council for Prevention of War); pamphlets and other writings by Quidde.

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Libby, Frederick J. (Frederick Joseph), 1874-1970

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Clergyman and pacifist; died 1970. From the description of Frederick Joseph Libby papers, 1846-1973 (bulk 1890-1970). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70982364 Biographical Note 1874, Nov. 24 Born, Richmond, Maine 1894 Bachelor of arts, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine ...

Brinton, Ellen Starr, 1886-1954

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Quaker, feminist, internationalist, and first curator (1945-1951) of the Jane Addams Peace Collection (later the Swarthmore College Peace Collection). From the description of Papers, 1895-1980 1933-1954. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 19003356 The Rogerenes were members of a pacifist religious sect founded by John Rogers (1648-1721) in New England in the late 1670s. The Rogerenes settled around New London County, Connecti...

Swarthmore College. Peace Collection.

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Quidde, Ludwig, 1858-1941

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Ludwig Quidde, 1858-1941; raised in Bremen, Germany; editor and historian; author of a pamphlet ostensibly about emperor Caligula which in fact was a satire on Emperor Wilhelm II, for which he gained national notoriety in Germany; entered politics in Munich; in 1895 he helped to reorganize the German People's Party which was, in political philosophy, anti-prussian and antimilitary; in 1902 he won a seat on the City Council of Munich; from 1907 to 1919 he served in the Bavarian Assembly; in 1919 ...