b'Defining Documents in 71World HistoryDetailed Analysis of the Most Important Primary Source Documents that Shaped our WorldDefining Documents in World History: NEW!Treason Spring 2024 DEFINING DOCUMENTSIN WORLD HISTORY In the current politically charged era, the word treason frequently surfaces in vitriolic discourse. However, how many cases of actual treason have there been in world history, Treasonwho were the perpetrators, and what were their consequences? The list of people convicted of treason against the U.S. is actually void of famous names such as BenedictVOLUME 1 Arnold and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg - who, while treacherous and treasonous in their own rights, were never legally convicted of that crime - but does contain names such as Aaron Burr, John Fries (leader of Fries Rebellion), John Brown (perpetrator in the Harpers Ferry raid), and numerous individuals convicted of defecting to Nazi Germany duringWWII. In fact, the last conviction for treason in the U.S. was in 1952. This set expands its coverage to look at acts of treason throughout history and aroundthe world. Chapters also look at tyrannical governments attempts to label their enemiesas treasonous.Individuals and events covered include: Canadas Louis Riel; Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI of France; Adolph Hitler; the anti-Nazi White Rose Movement; the July 20, 1944 attempted assassination of Hitler; Great Britains Thomas Paine; Nelson Mandela and the 1956 Treason Trial in South Africa; among many others.HISTORYThese volumes explore the history of treasonous acts in the United States and aroundthe world. Documents examined include charters, constitutions, legislative debates, political speeches, historical accounts, court cases, modern-day articles, and more. FREE February 2024 | Two Volumes; 500 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-63700-760-0 | Library Price: $295 Online Access NEW! FREEDefining Documents in World History:NEW! Spring 2024 PRIMARY SOURCES IN WORLD HISTORYReligious Freedom DEFINING DOCUMENTS& Religious Persecution IN WORLD HISTORY Religion is sacred to millions of peopleit has led people towards hope, healing, and salvationReligious from the earliest days of recorded history. Religious freedom, however, has been a hard-foughtFreedom & battle, and one that is still being fought in some corners of the world. Persecution of groupsReligious of people, based on their religious beliefs, has caused millions of deaths, and this nefarious practice continues to this day in some regions. Organized by region of the world, thesePersecutionvolumes explore the history of religious persecution and the development of religious rights through the centuries.Documents examined include charters, constitutions, legislative debates, political speeches,VOLUME 1 historical accounts, court cases, disputes involving church and state, and more. Documents include: The Middle East: the Revolt of the Maccabees and Judean Independence (141 B.C.E.); the Pact of Umar: Peace Accord to the Christians of Syria (635); Report on Armenian Genocide (1915); and the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel (1948). Asia: the Laws of Manu, Chapter 1 (100 B.C.E.); Report on International Religious Freedom: ChinaXinjiang (2022); and UN Official Cites Horrific Crimes against Rohingya (2019). Europe: the Crusaders in Mainz (1096); Ninety-Five Theses (Luther, 1517); French Law on Conspicuous Religious Symbols in Schools (2004). The Holocaust: Cable to Rabbi Stephen Wise re the Milestone Documents Final Solution (1942) and Telegram Confirming Reports of Mass Executions of Polish Jews of World Religions (1943). United States: First Draft of First Amendment Rights (1789); Engle v. Vitale (ends Second Edition by Grey House Publishing mandatory school prayer, 1962); Ten Commandments Cases (Van Orden v. Perry; McCreary v. FREE Scholarly but jargon-free commentaryACLU) and Kennedy v. Bremerton School District (allows coach to pray at 50-yard line, 2022). Online Access NEW! makes these key documents accessible Each in-depth chapter provides a thorough commentary and analysis of each primary sourceFREEto students.School Library Journal document, often reprinted in its entirety. Commentary includes a Summary, Overview, Defining January 2017 | Three Volumes; 1,500 Pages Moment, Author Biography, Detailed Document Analysis, and discussion of Essential Themes. Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-171-4Library Price: $325 January 2024 | Two Volumes; 500 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-63700-756-3 | Library Price: $295GET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com2023-467 Salem 2024 Catalog R9.indd 71 2023-12-20 12:20 PM'