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Newspaper Article
"A brilliance that lit up the world: The life of Muhammad Ali." The Irish Times (1921-Current File); Dublin, Ireland (2016): 17.
Howard, Paul. "'I was taking the air one night when a limousine pulled up and Ali climbed out': You don't often get to spend time with people you worship--and then not even manage to say a word." The Irish Times (1921-Current File); Dublin, Ireland (2016): B8.
Kime, Patricia. "Incidents of Rape in Military Much Higher than Previously Reported." Military Times (2014).
Smith, Wilfrid. "Meet the New Champion: Marciano, First Unconquered Heavyweight King, Can't Believe It's True." Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963); Chicago, Ill. (1952): a1.
Jr, Henry Louis Gate. "Opinion | Muhammad Ali, the Political Poet." The New York Times (2018).
Reed, Ishmael. "Opinion | Muhammad Ali: Worshiped. Misunderstood. Exploited." The New York Times (2018).
"The real Rocky." Boston Globe (1960-1987); Boston, Mass. (1982): 25-26.
Johnstone, Diana. "Responsibility to Protect is a Power Play." Minneapolis Star Tribune (2013).
Writer, John Ed Bradley. "'Rocky's Time Was Our Time': In Brockton, Marciano Always Will Be the Champ To Rocky It Was Home, To Brockton He Was Champ." The Washington Post (1974-Current file); Washington, D.C. (1985): NaN - NaN.
"Three Mornings With Muhammad Ali." The New York Times (2017).
Bass, Gary J. "Why Humanitarian Wars Can Go So Wrong." Washington Post (2011).
Orwell, George. "You and the Atomic Bomb." Tribune (1945).
Thesis
Teheran, Michael. Betrayed Comradeship: German-Jewish WWI Veterans under Hitler. Vol. Ph.D. dissertation . Worcester, MA: Clark University, 2016.
Riotto, Angela M. Beyond `the scrawl'd, worn slips of paper’: Union and Confederate Prisoners of War and their Postwar Memories. University of Akron, 2018.
Ferguson, Ronald Thomas. Blood and Fire: Contribution Policy of the French Armies in Germany (1668-1715). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1970.
Price, Matthew. Bodies and Souls: the Rehabilitation of Maimed Soldiers in France and Germany during the First World War. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 1998.
Feil, Julia Zimmerman. Bodies as battlefields: the prevalence of sexual violence towards women in armed conflict and the impact of IGO interventions by NATO and the UN (1989-2009)., 2018.
British Barracks, 1660–1914: Their Architecture and Role in Society, Edited by James Douet and Andrew Saunders. London: Stationary Office, 1997.
Carter, L. P. British Women During the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815: Responses, Roles and Representations. England: University of Cambridge, 2005.
Kilson, Robin. Calling Up the Empire: The British Military Use of Non-White Labor in France, 1916-1920. Cambridge: Harvard, 1990.
Townsend, Rebecca. Cold Fire: Gender, Development, and the Film Industry in Cold War Thailand In History. Vol. PhD. Itaca, NY: Cornell, 2017.
Creating spaces for peace? Civil society, political space, and peacebuilding in post-war Burundi., N/A.
Cooper, Hilary Roxanne Go. Cross-dressing Confederates and unsexed Unionists: women soldiers in disguise as men in the American Civil War In History. Vol. Honors. Cross-dressing Confederates and unsexed Unionists Honors. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, 2006.
Rödiger, Sabine. Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz während der nationalsozialistischen Diktatur. München: GRIN Verlag GmbH, 2007.

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