Louis J. Halle
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Who is Louis J. Halle?
Louis J. Halle was a professor and a book author.
- also known as Louis Joseph Halle
- born in (105 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Harvard University
- profession: Professor, author
- died in (17 years ago)
- written works: "Sedge", "Birds against men", "The ideological imagination", "River of ruins", "Spring in Washington", "Cold war as history", "The society of man", "Guerre nucléaire et paix nucléaire", "History, philosophy, and foreign relations", "The search for an eternal norm, as represented by three classics", "Truth, freedom, and the academic vocation", "Choice for survival", "The nature of power", "On facing the world", "The storm petrel and the owl of Athena", "The United States acquires the Philippines", "The appreciation of birds", "Elements of world order", "The sea and the ice", "Transcaribbean", "Civilization and foreign policy"
- nomination: - nominated to National Book Award for History and Biography (Nonfiction) - "Cold war as history"
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by Barbara K. Rodes, Rice Odell
Louis J. HALLE, JR., Spring in Washington, 1947 12 Our Georgian forerunners [ in England] . . . ignored the natural smells of sweat and dung and dirt as we ignore the artificial smells of petrol fumes and industrial effluents. JOHN GLOAG ...
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