Britain and Ireland

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The British Pacific Fleet: experience and legacy.
Robb-Webb, Jonathan, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The behavourial indoctrination of civilians in Bristol to maintain social order in a nuclear war, 1948-68.
Scott, George, Ph.D. (2006), West of England
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Juvenile delinquency, residential institutions and the permissive shift: England, 1950-70.
Wills, A.G., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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From local hero to national star? The changing cultural representation of the professional footballer in England, 1945-85.
Woolridge, Joyce, Ph.D. (2006), Central Lancashire
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Women engineers in post-war Britain.
Wray, Lesley, Ph.D. (2006), Open University
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British infantry morale in the Italian campaign, 1943-5.
Bielecki, Christine A., Ph.D. (2006), London
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Mersea Island in the Second World War.
Bullen, Roger, M.A. (2006), Essex
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Nationalism, regionalism and internationalism: cultural identity and Irish art, 1943-60.
Coulter, Ríann, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The Navy as the ultimate guarantor of freedom in 1940?
Cumming, Anthony J., Ph.D. (2006), Plymouth
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Walking on the ceiling: British book publishers and the Second World War.
Flanders, Amy E., D.Phil. (2005), Oxford
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Richard Crossman: a critical biography.
Honeyman, Victoria C., Ph.D. (2005), Leeds
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The foreign policy of the Chamberlain wartime administration, September 1939-May 1940.
Mee, Richard C., Ph.D. (1999), Birmingham
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The impact of the evacuation and occupation experience, 1940-5, on the lives and relationships of Guernsey children and Guernsey society.
Smith, Corral A., Ph.D. (2005), Open University
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Darts in England, 1900-39: a social history.
Chaplin, Patrick, D.Phil. (2006), Anglia Ruskin
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Continuity and change within the rural community of Skirbeck wapentake in Lincolnshire, 1901-71.
Dale, Keith, M.Phil. (2005), De Montfort
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Made in Manchester: were the Pankhurst girls merely products of their environment?
Martin, Karen J., M.Phil. (2005), Birmingham
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Buying votes: purchasable propaganda in the 20th-century women’s suffrage movement.
Mercer, John, Ph.D. (2005), Portsmouth
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'Scotland the real': the representation of traditional music in Scottish tourism.
Stevenson, Lesley, Ph.D. (2004), Glasgow
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The work of the Special Areas Commission: schemes for social improvement, 1934-9.
Thomas, James M., Ph.D. (2005), London
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The First World War and voluntary recruitment: a forum for regional identity? An analysis of the nature, expression and significance of regional identity in Hull, 1900-14.
Townsley, Helen M., D.Phil. (2006), Sussex
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Learning, grass roots organisation and social change: reflections on individuals, class and community.
Burge, Alun, M.Phil. (2005), Glamorgan
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The history of British neurology during the 20th century.
Casper, Stephen, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The churching of women in 20th-century England.
Houlbrooke, Margaret E., Ph.D. (2006), Reading
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Submarine: its cultural impact on Britain.
Redford, Duncan, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Space, civic pride, citizenship and identity in 1890s Portsmouth.
Fulder, Vivienne, Ph.D. (2006), Portsmouth
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Sanitary ladies and friendly visitors: women public health officers in London, c.1890-1960.
Haynes, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Construction, reproduction, enrolment: females' perceptions of education, with special reference to two technical colleges in Manchester and Glasgow, 1890-1911.
McGuire, Kim, Ph.D. (2006), Lancaster
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The pathologies of centralism: the Labour party in Wales to 1957.
Parry, Ted, Ph.D. (2005), Wales
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Robert Louis Stevenson's South Seas writing: its production and context within the Victorian study of culture.
Ratnapalan, Laavanyan, Ph.D. (2007), London
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The female touch: women healers, touch and medicine, 1890-1950.
Root, Sheryl, Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
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