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This shows that until the 6th century these Christians had been in close contact with Alexandria.
In AD 883, Alfred the Great (849–899), King of Wessex, England reportedly sent gifts to Mar Thoma Christians of India through Sighelm, bishop of Sherborne. They had their own bishops visiting them from Persia.
The visual details of trench warfare and all its misery are combined with pictures from towns, hospitals , and barracks a few miles from the front -- evoking the humanity of the ordinary fighting man as well as the appalling devastation wrought by the era's instruments of death. DVD X5710 In addition to documenting the Great War, Albert Kahn's team of photographers recorded the impact of the conflict on French civilian ife.
This program explores both the propaganda value and the genuine emotional power in images of the war-torn French populace.
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Early color images and film footage explore a range of themes -- including contrasts between urbanization and rural life in France, Germany and Scandinavia, the decline of the Ottoman Empire and its impact in Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and Macedonia; and the grittiness of everyday life in Europe. A century later, this program presents the results -- revealing the life and environment of the French soldier as recorded in Kahn's Archive of the Planet.A peace-loving man with a decidedly global perspective, Albert Kahn spent most of his life and wealth trying to expand Western understanding of other cultures -- largely through film and photography. "Cinema's 'Sanctuary': From Pre-Documentary to Documentary Film in Albert Kahn's "Archives de la Planète" (1908-1931)." Film History Vol. Topics include Kahn's Jewish ancestry and Alsacian upbringing; his early success in finance; his admiration of Japanese art and customs; the development of autochrome photography by the Lumire brothers; Marguerite Mespoulet's colorful documentation of Ireland's vanishing Celtic traditions; and Kahn's expedition to Cornwall and London with August Leon. DVD X5707 In 1908, Albert Kahn and his chauffeur embarked on a global trek to observe and absorb other cultures -- an early "prototype' of the many photographic missions Kahn would fund over the years.Originally released in 2007 as a series for BBC television. this program illustrates that formative round-the-world trip as well as the 1913 journey undertaken by photographer Stphane Passet to China, Mongolia and India.Chairman Japan Presbyterian Mission Missionary of Mission to the World of the Presbyterian Church in America Assyrian International News Agency Books Online org Published 1984 A. DEDICATED to the memory of the men of God who thirteen centuries ago first took the gospel to China - "the missionaries who traveled on foot, sandals on their feet, a staff in their hands, a basket on their backs, and in the basket the Holy Scriptures and the cross.They went over deep rivers and high mountains, thousands of miles, and on the way, meeting many nations, they preached to them the gospel of Christ." FROM AN ANCIENT TEXT.Their language is Malayalam, the language of Kerala.For the first 15 centuries, they had their own leaders to whom they were obedient and who were well respected by both the people and the rulers of the country.Abraham Malpan · Paremmakkal Thoma Kathanar · Kayamkulam Philipose Ramban · Kuriakose Elias Chavara · Mar Thoma I · Saint Alphonsa · Sadhu Kochoonju Upadesi · Kariattil Mar Ousep · Geevarghese Mar Dionysius of Vattasseril · Gheevarghese Mar Gregorios of Parumala · Geevarghese Mar Ivanios · Saint Alphonsa · Varghese Payyappilly Palakkappilly · Euphrasia Eluvathingal · Thoma of Villarvattom They are also known as "Nasranis" as well. (See also Aramaic of Jesus.) They are also known as Malabar / Malankara Mar Thoma Nasranis, because these Christians are from Kerala that was also known as Malabar or Malankara. They are also called Syrian Christians because of their use of Syriac, which is a dialect of Aramaic, in liturgy.In AD 190, Pantaenus from Alexandria visited these Christians.He found that they were using the Gospel of Matthew in the Hebrew language.