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SAHS REVIEW

CONTENTS - 2002

VOLUME 38

ISSUE 1 (February)

Page, H. Dwight, "Magnificent Obsession: Switzerland's Role in the Future of the European Union."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Feb2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p3-23.

[Article]

"Reflections on Three Novels by Carol Williams."

Carol WilliamsThe Switzers.

__________Brightness Remembered..

__________By Wonders and by War.

[Review Essay by Kristina Marcy]

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Feb2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p24-38.

Tritt Family History. Vol. 1.

[Book Review by Raymond S. Martin and Darvin L. Martin]

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Feb2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p39-41.

Jessner, Sabine, Rosa Schupbach and Marianne Burkhard, "SAHS Annual Report 2001."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Feb2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p42-63.

[Minutes and Reports]

ISSUE 2 (June)

Special Issue: Thomas A. Bruhin, the Story of a Swiss Botanist in Europe and America

Luebke, Neil T., "Preface."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p3-4.

Bruhin, Herbert, "Theology His Profession, Botany His Passion: Thomas A. Bruhin, 1836-1895."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p5-48.

[Article]

Abstract: Profiles Thomas A. Bruhin, a Swiss Benedictine who made significant contributions to the field of botany. After leaving the order and moving to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as a parish priest in 1869, Bruhin continued his naturalist activities until his return to Switzerland in 1882, where he joined the Old Catholic clergy and married the following year. The article is followed by a bibliography of Bruhin's publications..

Bruhin, Herbert, "The Publications of Thomas A. Bruhin."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p37-48.

[Bibliography]

ISSUE 3 (November)

Page, Dwight, "Preface."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Nov2002, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p3.

Lerner, Marc H., "The Battles over Swiss Liberty."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p4-27.

[Article]

"What Did You Do in the 'Good War'?"

Klaus UrnerLet's Swallow Switzerland. Hitler's Plans Against the Swiss Confederation.

Stephen TannerRefuge from the Reich: American Airmen and Switzerland During World War II.

Angelo M. CodevillaBetween the Alps and a Hard Place: Switzerland in World War II and Moral Blackmail Today.

[Review Essay by Robert Messer]

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p28-36.

"The Swiss in Eighteenth-Century South Carolina. Novelist Tracks Early Settlers."

Carol WilliamsThe Switzers.

__________Brightness Remembered..

__________By Wonders and by War.

[Review Essay by Sue Duffy; Reprint from Lake Murray Magazine (June 2002), 20-22.]

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p37-39.

Carol Williams, "A Response to Kristina Marcy's 'Review Essay."

Swiss-American Historical Society. Review. Jun2002, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p40-48.