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Terp, Holger: Peace in print, Colofon

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Copyright 1991-2004 © Holger Terp. This book is copyright under the Berne Convention. All rights are reserved. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act, 1956, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, chemical, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright owner.


Thanks to the late Hans-Henrik Pusch of Copenhagen whose kind generosity inspired and made this work much more complete than it otherwise would have been; Librarian Betty Nielsen, Librarian Katherine Laundry at Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security - Ottawa. The staffs at The Royal Library - Copenhagen, Odense University Library, The Labour Movement Library and Archive - Denmark - Copenhagen, The Labor Movement Archive and Library - Norway - Oslo, The Library of the Nobel Institute - Oslo, The International Institute of Social History - Amsterdam (who keep the files of WRI), International Archives of the Women's Movement - Amsterdam, McCabe Library - Swarthmore (where the Swarthmore College Peace Collection is located), The Periodical Center - Copenhagen, The Library at Guldbergsgade - Copenhagen, The Royal School of Librarianship at Copenhagen. Also thanks for advise to Professor Håkan Wiberg - Center of Peace and Conflict Research at the University of Copenhagen. Especially thanks to translator Gordon Roberts, Århus. Also thanks to the many Danish and international peace groups and publishers of books on the history of the peace movements who in different ways have helped me with information.

The research libraries here mentioned contains many books on the history of the peace movements.

Parts of the introduction has appeared in Danish peace magazines and has been used in the education of 5th semester students at The Royal School of Librarianship at Copenhagen.

Published with economical aid from:

The Danish Peace Foundation.
Fredsfondens hus. Nyhavn 21.
1051 Copenhagen K. Denmark.

In the future I would like to be informed about both new books on the history of the peace movements as well as books which were "forgotten" in the bibliography. New volumes published after 2000 about the peace movements will most likely be addeed to the Encyclopedia on peace and security


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