20th Century

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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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A study of the British industrial wage structure, 1900-26.
Gowers, Robin, Ph.D. (1998), Essex
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Organizational development of Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, 1909-79.
Davies, Philip H.J., Ph.D. (1997), Reading
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Church-state relations and Roman Catholic schools in Northern Ireland, 1922-96.
McCavera, Patrick J., Ph.D. (1997), Belfast
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The life and work of Willa Muir, 1890-1955.
Allen, Kirsty A., Ph.D. (1997), St. Andrews
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Steps on the road of appeasement: British foreign policy-making.
Shen, Peijian, Ph.D. (1997), St. Andrews
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British tanks, 1915-18: manufacture and employment.
Childs, David J., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow
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The Scottish National Players: in the nature of an experiment, 1913-34.
Marshalsay, Karen, Ph.D. (1991), Glasgow
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Fascism in East Anglia: the British Union of Fascists in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, 1933-40.
Mitchell, Andrew M., Ph.D. (1999), Sheffield (Thurlow, Richard C.)
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The life styles of young middle-class women in Liverpool in the 1920s and 1930s.
Messenger, Sharon, Ph.D. (1999), Liverpool (Davies, Andrew M.)
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The religious dimension of the women's suffrage movement: the role of the Scottish Presbyterian churches, 1867-1918.
Choi, B.A., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow
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Working-class credit on Tyneside since 1918.
Taylor, Avram G., Ph.D. (1996), Durham
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Revolutionary women in Russia, 1870-1917: a prosopographical study.
Hillyar, Anna, Ph.D. (1999), Southampton (McDermid, Jane H.)
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The university of Glasgow, 1910-30, with emphasis on its participation in the 1914-18 war.
Forrester, Leslie L., M.Litt. (1998), Glasgow (Maver, Irene E.)
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The Roman Catholic Church and society in Wales, 1916-62.
Hughes, T.O., Ph.D. (1998), Wales
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Government evacuation schemes as they affected schoolchildren in Sheffield during the Second World War.
Elcock, Audrey A., Ph.D. (1999), Sheffield (Martin, David E.)
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Accounting for change: a case study of education in Bradford from the 1960s to the 1990s.
Shaw, A., M.Phil. (1995), Sheffield
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The Aldermaston marches, 1958-63.
Masters, Ian, M.A. (1995), Warwick
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A social history of economic development: the Bedaux strike at Henry Hope & Sons, Smethwick, 1933.
Benjamin, Austin, M.A. (1995), Warwick
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The attitudes of the T.U.C. towards the establishment of the welfare state: retirement pensions, 1942-60.
Sneddon, Nicola, M.A. (1995), Warwick
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The development of Blue Streak [ballistic missile system]: an analysis of the role of ideas in British nuclear weapon procurement policy.
Cole, Benjamin C., Ph.D. (1996), Southampton
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Hugh Gaitskell, the Labour party and foreign affairs, 1955-63.
Rippingale, Simon, Ph.D. (1996), Plymouth
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The shadow of marriage: single women in England, 1919-39.
Holden, Katherine, Ph.D. (1996), Essex
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