Henry Edward Manning (1808–92) was involved in some of the most pressing social issues of his time, from the defence of workers and trade unionism to finding a solution for the dock strike and the education of the poor. English Catholic social conscience, as a whole and with some singular exceptions, was somewhat slow in following the leadership of the cardinal in some of these matters. This article studies a barely known aspect of Manning’s social activity: his involvement in the British response to the Russian pogroms of 1881–82 and in other contemporary Jewish issues.
Displaced persons in the Italian linguistic space during the First World War
Marco Mondini and Francesco Frizzera
pp. 221–7. The figures are highly approximate. The Italian authorities were
unable to find out exactly who was present in 1917, making allowance for
the homecomings of 1915 and the mass departure of servicemen. See G.
Mortara, La salute pubblica in Italia durante e dopo la guerra (Bari: Laterza,
1925), p. 70.
6 Peter Gatrell and Philippe Nivet, ‘Refugees and exiles’, in Jay Winter (ed.) The
Cambridge History of the First World War (Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 2014), vol. 3, pp. 186–216.
7 On the origin of the ‘cultural space’ category as a tool of
developed a policy of earned recognition. Under this
approach, states seeking recognition by the European Community were required to
meet a set of detailed criteria’ (Williams and Pecci, 2004: 21). Obviously, the idea of
conditional sovereignty has also intellectual roots in the nineteenth century ‘standard
of civilisation’ (Gong, 1984).
36 Richard N. Haass, ‘Sovereignty: Existing Rights, Evolving Responsibilities.’ Remarks
to the School of Foreign Service and the Mortara Center for International Studies,
Georgetown University, Washington, DC (14 January 2003); emphasis
the reconciliation of the king of France and
after many councils, the lord pope at last returned to Lombardy in great
triumph and glory and he solemnly celebrated the Exaltation of the Holy
Cross [14 September] in Mortara near Pavia and had many bishops and
princes in his entourage. 585
Siegfried of pious memory, the
abbot of Schaffhausen, a man of great prudence and of admirable