Arlie J. Hoover





Arlie J. Hoover


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Arlie J. Hoover joined the Department of History in 1980. His field of specialty is Modern Europe, with emphasis on the intellectual history of Germany and Russia.

Hoover has written ten books, the most recent of which are monographs in his special interest - clerical nationalism: The Gospel of Nationalism: German Patriotic Preaching from Napoleon to Versailles (1986); God, Germany, and Britain in the Great War: A Study in Clerical Nationalism (1989); and God, Britain, and Hitler in World War II: The View of the British Clergy 1939-1945 (1999). In addition he has written 15 articles for journals such as Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, History of European Ideas, and The European Legacy. He has read o
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Average rating: 3.91 · 11 ratings · 2 reviews · 10 distinct works · Similar authors
Don't You Believe It!

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God, Germany, and Britain i...

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The Gospel of Nationalism: ...

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God, Britain, and Hitler in...

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Fallacies of Unbelief

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Fallacies Of Evolution: The...

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Case For Teaching Creation

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Dear Agnos: Letters to an a...

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Ideas & Their Consequences

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Friedrich Nietzsche: His Li...

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