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The battle against anarchist terrorism : an international history, 1878-1934, Richard Bach Jensen

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The battle against anarchist terrorism : an international history, 1878-1934
Title
The battle against anarchist terrorism
Title remainder
an international history, 1878-1934
Statement of responsibility
Richard Bach Jensen
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eng
Summary
"This is the first global history of the secret diplomatic and police campaign that was waged against anarchist terrorism from 1878 to the 1920s. Anarchist terrorism was at that time the dominant form of terrorism and for many continued to be synonymous with terrorism as late as the 1930s. Ranging from Europe and the Americas to the Middle East and Asia, Richard Bach Jensen explores how anarchist terrorism emerged as a global phenomenon during the first great era of economic and social globalization at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries and reveals why some nations were so much more successful in combating this new threat than others. He shows how the challenge of dealing with this new form of terrorism led to the fundamental modernization of policing in many countries and also discusses its impact on criminology and international law"--
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Jensen, Richard Bach
Dewey number
363.32509/041
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
HX828
LC item number
.J46 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Anarchism
  • Terrorism
  • Political violence
  • HISTORY
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Anarchism
  • Political violence
  • Terrorism
  • Anarchismus
  • Terrorismus
  • Bekämpfung
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The battle against anarchist terrorism : an international history, 1878-1934, Richard Bach Jensen
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; The Battle against Anarchist Terrorism; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Illustrations; Abbreviations; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; 1 The origins of anarchist terrorism; The development of the anarchist movement in nineteenth-century Europe; The emergence of anarchist terrorism; Anarchist terrorism after 1878; Anarchist terrorism in the 1890s; 2 Conspiracies, panics, agents provocateurs, mass journalism, and globalization; Anarchist conspiracies?; Anarchist terrorism and moral panics; Informers and agents provocateurs; Anarchist terrorism and the age of mass journalism
  • Globalization and anarchist terrorismConclusion; 3 International action against subversives: 1815-1889; Fears of subversion and the re-emergence of international police cooperation after 1870; Conclusion; 4 The terrorist 1890s and increasing police cooperation: 1890-1898; Spain proposes an international anti-anarchist accord, 1893; Italian policy, 1892-1896; Germany and anti-anarchist policing; Bilateral anti-anarchist police accords: 1894-1896; Argentina, Italy, and the anarchist menace, 1885-1898119; Spain, Europe, and the anarchists: 1893-1898
  • The international question of anarchist expulsions, 1894-1898The British response to anarchism; Bomb disposal in Britain and France; Conclusion; 5 The first international conference on terrorism: Rome 1898; Lucheni's motivation; Reactions to the assassination of the Empress Elisabeth; Negotiations for joint actions against Switzerland and the anarchists; German policy and the anti-anarchist conference; Italy, the Vatican, and the proposed conference site; Why did Britain agree to attend the anti-anarchist conference?; The French attitude; The Rome conference opens and defines anarchism
  • Administrative issues and secret police sessionsThe impact of the Rome conference; Increased police cooperation and a crackdown on anarchism, 1898-1900; Bilateral anti-anarchist accords and police reorganization, September 1898-May 1899; Conclusion; 6 1900: three assassination attempts and the Russo-German anti-anarchist initiative; Sipido's attempt on the prince of Wales; The assassination of Umberto I of Italy; Defects in Umberto's security guard and its reform; A revolution in protection for heads of state?; Italian policing abroad
  • American efforts to track down the alleged anarchist conspiracyItalian secret police to New York and Buenos Aires, 1900; Italian anti-anarchist legislation?; The attempt on the Persian shah; Turkey and Spain appeal for more anti-anarchist cooperation, August 1900; The Russo-German anti-anarchist proposals of September 1900; Conclusion; 7 The murder of President McKinley, 1901; Czolgosz's motivations; Lack of presidential security; American anti-anarchist legislation; Conclusion; 8 The St. Petersburg Protocol, 1901-1904; Britain and the Russo-German proposals
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1 online resource
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online
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9781139524124
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rdamedia
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  • c
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)867630688
Label
The battle against anarchist terrorism : an international history, 1878-1934, Richard Bach Jensen
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; The Battle against Anarchist Terrorism; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Illustrations; Abbreviations; Foreword; Preface; Introduction; 1 The origins of anarchist terrorism; The development of the anarchist movement in nineteenth-century Europe; The emergence of anarchist terrorism; Anarchist terrorism after 1878; Anarchist terrorism in the 1890s; 2 Conspiracies, panics, agents provocateurs, mass journalism, and globalization; Anarchist conspiracies?; Anarchist terrorism and moral panics; Informers and agents provocateurs; Anarchist terrorism and the age of mass journalism
  • Globalization and anarchist terrorismConclusion; 3 International action against subversives: 1815-1889; Fears of subversion and the re-emergence of international police cooperation after 1870; Conclusion; 4 The terrorist 1890s and increasing police cooperation: 1890-1898; Spain proposes an international anti-anarchist accord, 1893; Italian policy, 1892-1896; Germany and anti-anarchist policing; Bilateral anti-anarchist police accords: 1894-1896; Argentina, Italy, and the anarchist menace, 1885-1898119; Spain, Europe, and the anarchists: 1893-1898
  • The international question of anarchist expulsions, 1894-1898The British response to anarchism; Bomb disposal in Britain and France; Conclusion; 5 The first international conference on terrorism: Rome 1898; Lucheni's motivation; Reactions to the assassination of the Empress Elisabeth; Negotiations for joint actions against Switzerland and the anarchists; German policy and the anti-anarchist conference; Italy, the Vatican, and the proposed conference site; Why did Britain agree to attend the anti-anarchist conference?; The French attitude; The Rome conference opens and defines anarchism
  • Administrative issues and secret police sessionsThe impact of the Rome conference; Increased police cooperation and a crackdown on anarchism, 1898-1900; Bilateral anti-anarchist accords and police reorganization, September 1898-May 1899; Conclusion; 6 1900: three assassination attempts and the Russo-German anti-anarchist initiative; Sipido's attempt on the prince of Wales; The assassination of Umberto I of Italy; Defects in Umberto's security guard and its reform; A revolution in protection for heads of state?; Italian policing abroad
  • American efforts to track down the alleged anarchist conspiracyItalian secret police to New York and Buenos Aires, 1900; Italian anti-anarchist legislation?; The attempt on the Persian shah; Turkey and Spain appeal for more anti-anarchist cooperation, August 1900; The Russo-German anti-anarchist proposals of September 1900; Conclusion; 7 The murder of President McKinley, 1901; Czolgosz's motivations; Lack of presidential security; American anti-anarchist legislation; Conclusion; 8 The St. Petersburg Protocol, 1901-1904; Britain and the Russo-German proposals
Control code
867630688
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139524124
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867630688

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