20th Century

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Women students at the University of Liverpool, 1883-1937: their academic careers and postgraduate lives.
Edwards, Lynn, Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Harrop, Sylvia A.)
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The lives and experiences of Rugby working women, 1890-1950.
Robinson, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (2000), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
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Past or present? Writing women's history: the case of women in the Weimar Republic.
Christison, Nichola, M.Res. (1998), Strathclyde (Fischer, Conran J.)
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The Gallipoli campaign as assessed by some British and Australian participants, 1915-39.
MacLeod, Jennifer R., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Winter, Jay M.)
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Ireland's revolutionary war? Irish nationalist propaganda, the Great War and the construction of Irish identity.
Novick, Benjamin Z., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Foster, Robert F. (Roy))
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Infant and child health and mortality in Derbyshire, from the Great War to the mid 1920s.
Reid, Alice M., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Smith, Richard M.)
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'To keep me all my life': policy, provision and the experience of war widowhood, 1914-25.
James, Ingrid H., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Reid, Alastair J.)
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Popular religion in Dudley and the Gornals, c.1914-1965.
Sykes, Richard P.M., Ph.D. (1999), Wolverhampton (Leese, Roger; Benson, John)
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That other game: a social history of soccer in S. Wales, c.1906-1939.
Johnes, Martin O., Ph.D. (1998), Wales
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The development of mines and mine warfare in the Fisher era, 1900-14.
Halvorsen, Peter, M.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Offer, Avner)
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The Left, the constitution and public discourse in Britain, 1900-24.
Chadwick, Andrew, Ph.D. (1998), London
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Popular responses to the outbreak of the 1914-18 war in England and Wales.
Freda, Dominic A.J., M.Litt. (1999), Bristol
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Regional policy and the British motor vehicle industry, 1945-64: a study in selective intervention and the economics of industrial location.
Rosevear, Stephen, Ph.D. (1999), Bristol (Middleton, Roger A.H.)
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Women in two nations and four states: a comparative study of the impact of political regimes and culture on the status of women in the two Koreas and the two Germanies, 1945-89.
Youn, Miryang, Ph.D. (1997), London (O'Leary, D. Brendan)
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'Neville, please mind the shop': Chamberlain's role in Churchill's war cabinet, May-October 1940.
Rowe, Ian C., M.Phil. (1998), Salford
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Dead woman walking: executed women in England and Wales, 1900-55.
Ballinger, Anette, Ph.D. (1997), Sheffield
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Class against class: the Communist party of Great Britain in the third period, 1927-32.
Worley, Matthew, Ph.D. (1998), Nottingham (Wrigley, Christopher J.)
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The economy, housing and health in West Hartlepool, 1919-39.
Wilson, Robert A., M.Phil. (1999), Teesside (Byrne, D.; Taylor, David)
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A forgotten army: the female munitions workers of S. Wales, 1939-45.
Williams, Mari A., Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Williams, Christopher M.)
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The transformation of Edwardian nonconformity, with special reference to J.H. Shakespeare.
Shepherd, Peter, Ph.D. (1999), Durham (Gilley, Sheridan W.)
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The role of clothing and fashion in the household budget and popular culture: Britain, 1919-49.
Robson, Jennifer M., D.Phil. (1999), Oxford (Waller, Philip J.)
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The Labour party, 1931-5: the meaning of defeat.
Toye, Richard J., M.Phil. (1997), Birmingham
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The Oxford conference of the Universal Christian Council for Life and Work, July 1937: a missiological interpretation.
Smith, Graeme R., Ph.D. (1997), Birmingham
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An assessment of the English churches' engagement with Europe since 1939.
Hinchliffe, David, M.A. (1997), Durham
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The port authority, labour relations and attempts at decasualization in the Port of London, 1909-39.
Howson, Joyce C., M.Phil. (1997), Kent (Lovell, John C.)
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The decline and fall of the Net Book Agreement, 1962-97: a study of cause and effect.
Dearnley, James A., Ph.D. (1997), Loughborough
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The British student movement, 1965-72.
Thomas, Nick, Ph.D. (1998), Warwick (Tiratsoo, Nicholas E.H.; Mason, Tony)
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The development of Labour party thinking on the civil service, 1945-95: ideological and programmatic or intuitive and reactive?
Stone, Neal T., M.Phil. (1997), Kent
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People, work, space and social structure in Edwardian Derry, 1901-11.
Gallaghan, Walter G., D.Phil. (1994), Ulster (O'Brien, M. Gerard R.; Fraser, Thomas G.)
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Myth, prejudice and vested interest: political and cultural influences on history teaching in British secondary schools, 1945-55.
Leighton, Joan, Ph.D. (1997), Manchester
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