Coudenhove Kalergi map five superstates – Big Think

1920s map by Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi showing five superstates dominating the world map: Pan-Europe, Pan-America, the British and Russian Empires, and East Asia. The utopian map may have inspired George Orwell’s world concept for his dystopian novel ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’. The count later focused on his work for European Unity.
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Chapter 7 – Two Hundred Years Together

The Birth of Zionism How did the Jewish conscience evolve in Russia during the second half of the nineteenth century? Towards 1910, Vladimir Jabotinsky describes this evolution in his somewhat passionate manner: at first, the mass of Jews opposed the Enlightenment, “the fanatic prejudice of an overvalued specificity.” But time did its work, and “as…
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