20th Century

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Transforming history: women's prose writing and historiography in the G.D.R.
Bridge, Helen R., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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A passage from India: British women travelling home, 1915-47.
Gowans, Georgina, Ph.D. (1999), Southampton
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Christian responses in Britain to Jewish refugees from Europe, 1933-9.
Kotzin, Catherine A., Ph.D. (2000), Southampton (Kushner, A.R.J. (Tony))
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Streptomycin, 1946: British central administration of supplies of a new drug of American origin, with special reference to clinical trials in tuberculosis.
Yoshioka, Alan, Ph.D. (2000), London (Warwick, Andrew C.; Lawrence, Christopher J.)
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The role of women in Singapore: collaboration and conflict between capitalism and Asian values.
Oiwa, Sumiko, M.Phil. (1999), Hull (Blackman, Janet M.)
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Meeting women in court: a study of the gender history of Cajamarca, Peru, 1862-1900.
Christiansen, formerly Salinas, Tanja K.C., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Knight, Alan S.)
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A cultural history of women in Chilean Patagonia.
Green, Mary, M.Phil. (1998), London
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Economic controversy and the making of a market culture: the role of financial journalism, c.1970-1990.
Calvert, Benjamin, Ph.D. (2000), Coventry (Porter, Dilwyn; Thompson, Noel W.; Donnelly, Tom)
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The Liberal party, 1970-83: its philosophy and political strategy.
Fox, Ruth, Ph.D. (1999), Leeds (Whiting, Richard C.; Hartley, Owen A.)
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Letting the wolf through the door: public morality, politics and 'permissive' reform under the Wilson government, 1964-70.
Holden, Andrew J., Ph.D. (2000), London (Hennessy, Peter J.)
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Wind of change, scent of betrayal: press, political development and public opinion in Northern Ireland, 1963-7.
Scott, Alan, Ph.D. (2000), Belfast (Wichert, Sabine)
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Art for one art for all. Cultural nationalism and the art trade: the J. Paul Getty Museum collects in Britain, 1954-98.
Ackerley, John M., M.Litt. (2000), Oxford (Garnett, E. Jane)
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Malleable, imitative, vital material: a comparison of the cultural construction of family in England and Ireland in the 1950s.
Alderdice, formerly Sharp, Jeannie, Ph.D. (2000), Nottingham (Meller, Helen E.)
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Scottish trade unions and nationalization, 1945-55: a case study of the coal industry.
Anderson, Ian G., Ph.D. (1999), Glasgow (Gordon, Eleanor J.; Rollings, Neil)
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The Joint Intelligence Committee and British intelligence assessment, 1945-56.
Craig, A.J., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Selling consumer protection: competitive strategies of the Consumers' Association, 1957-90.
Franks, Sarah J.L., M.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Offer, Avner)
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Children's charities and the welfare state, 1945-70.
Grier, Julie, Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Lawrence, Jon M.; Starkey, Patricia)
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The 'mainstream' churches in Birmingham, c.1945-1998: the local church and generational change.
Jones, Ian, Ph.D. (2000), Birmingham (McLeod, D. Hugh)
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Divorce, matrimonial property and the role of the wife: a study of the Royal Commission on marriage and divorce.
Pearce, Angela, M.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Lewis, Jane E.)
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The social and political development of the N. Wales miners, 1945-96.
Gildart, Keith, D.Phil. (1998), York
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Northern Irish regiments in the Great War: culture, mythology, politics and national identity.
Hughes, S. Gavin M., Ph.D. (1999), Wales
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Some aspects of the experience of Carmarthenshire in the Great War.
Barlow, Robin, Ph.D. (2001), Wales
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'Flawed in France, flawless in Palestine': is the traditional view of Sir Edmund Allenby's military career in the First World War in need of revision?
Berry, Nicholas J., M.Phil. (1999), London
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Labour and the municipality: Labour politics in Leeds, 1900-14.
Dalton, Raymond D., Ph.D. (2001), Huddersfield
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Developments in the making of policy in education in the 20th century: the 1902, 1918, 1944 and 1988 Education Acts.
Davies-Griffiths, Christopher C., Ph.D. (1999), Birmingham
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Political violence in the Newry/Armagh area, 1912-25.
Day, Charles S., Ph.D. (1999), Belfast
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The civilian experience of World War I: aspects of Wolverhampton, 1914-18.
Gower, Stephen J.L., Ph.D. (2000), Birmingham
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Classics for girls: classics in independent schools, 1902-60, with special reference to the differing experiences of boys and girls.
Hasler, Penelope, Ph.D. (1999), Wales
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Jessica Dismorr (1885-1939): artist, writer, vorticist.
Heathcock, Catherine E., Ph.D. (2000), Birmingham
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The hope of the world: the story of Jesus and its influence in the formation of identity in working-class girls in Britain, 1900-45.
Brewer, Sandy E., Ph.D. (1999), London
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