European History Quarterly articles

Volume 41 (2)

Book Review: Randolph C. Head, Jenatsch's Axe: Social Boundaries, Identity, and Myth in the Era of the Thirty Years' War, University of Rochester Press: Rochester NY, 2008; xvi + 177 pp.; 9781580462761, $70.00 (hbk)
Wilson, P. H., vol. 41 (2): 317-319
Book Review: Susanne Heim, Carola Sachse and Mark Walker, eds, The Kaiser Wilhelm Society under National Socialism, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2009; 502 pp.; 9780521879064, {pound}45.00 (hbk)
Fitzpatrick, M., vol. 41 (2): 319-321
Book Review: Scott H. Hendrix and Susan C. Karant-Nunn, eds, Masculinity in the Reformation Era, Truman State University Press: Kirksville MO, 2008; 228 pp.; 9781931112765, {pound}31.99 (hbk)
Austin, K., vol. 41 (2): 321-322
Book Reviews: Alexander Hill, The Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union, 1941--45: A Documentary Reader, Routledge: Abingdon, 2009; 348 pp.; 9780714657127, {pound}95.00 (hbk); 9780415604246, {pound}24.95 (pbk)
Edele, M., vol. 41 (2): 322-324
Book Review: Thomas Hippler, Citizens, Soldiers and National Armies: Military Service in France and Germany, 1789--1830, Routledge: Abingdon, 2007; 272 pp.; 9780415409797, {pound}85.00 (hbk)
James, L. S., vol. 41 (2): 324-325
Book Review: Geraint Hughes, Harold Wilson's Cold War: The Labour Government and East--West Politics, 1964-- 1970, Royal Historical Society Studies in History; Boydell Press: Woodbridge and Rochester NY, 2009; xviii + 202 pp.; 9780861932986, {pound}50.00
Thomas, M., vol. 41 (2): 326-327
Book Review: Andrew Jainchill, Reimagining Politics after the Terror: The Republican Origins of French Liberalism, Cornell University Press: Ithaca NY, 2009; 317 pp.; 9780801446696, $45.00 (hbk)
Hanson, P., vol. 41 (2): 327-329
Book Review: Olaf Jensen and Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann, eds, Ordinary People as Mass Murderers: Perpetrators in Comparative Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, 2008; 248 pp.; 9780230552029, {pound}55.00 (hbk)
Meng, M., vol. 41 (2): 329-331
Book Review: Samuel Kalman, The Extreme Right in Interwar France: The Faisceau and the Croix de Feu, Ashgate: Aldershot, 2008, 265 pp.; 9780754662402, {pound}65.00 (hbk)
Millington, C., vol. 41 (2): 331-333
Book Review: Richard H. King and Dan Stone, eds, Hannah Arendt and the Uses of History: Imperialism, Nation, Race, and Genocide, Berghahn: Oxford, 2007; 282 pp.; 9781845453619, {pound}42.50 (hbk); 9781845455897, {pound}21.00 (pbk)
Tsao, R. T., vol. 41 (2): 333-334
Book Review: Roman Koropeckyj, Adam Mickiewicz: The Life of a Romantic, Cornell University Press: Ithaca NY, 2008; 560 pp., 30 illus.; 9780801444715, {pound}22.95 (hbk)
Milewicz, P., vol. 41 (2): 334-336
Book Review: Ludger Kuhnhardt, ed., Crises in European Integration: Challenges and Responses, 1945--2005, Berghahn: New York and Oxford, 2009, 167 pp., 9781845454418, {pound}30.00 (hbk)
Kaiser, W., vol. 41 (2): 336-337
Book Review: Matthew Lange, Antisemitic Elements in the Critique of Capitalism in German Culture, 1850--1933, Peter Lang: Bern, 2007; 348 pp.; 9783039110407, {pound}44.00 (pbk)
Stark, G. D., vol. 41 (2): 337-339
Book Review: Jo Laycock, Imagining Armenia: Orientalism, Ambiguity and Intervention, Manchester University Press: Manchester, 2009; 258 pp., 2 b& w illus., 3 maps; 9780719078170, {pound}60.00 (hbk)
Gates, C., vol. 41 (2): 339-341
Book Review: Anna Linton, Poetry and Parental Bereavement in Early Modern Lutheran Germany, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2008; 9780199233366, {pound}67.00 (hbk)
Stjerna, K., vol. 41 (2): 341-342
Book Review: Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius, The German Myth of the East: 1800 to the Present, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2009, 312 pp., 9 illus., 6 maps, 9780199546312, {pound}32.00 (hbk)
Vermeiren, J., vol. 41 (2): 343-344
Book Review: Howard Louthan, Converting Bohemia: Force and Persuasion in the Catholic Reformation. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2009; xiii + 351 pp., 25 illus.; 9780521889292, {pound}60.00 (hbk)
Wallace, P. G., vol. 41 (2): 344-346
Book Review: Suzanne L. Marchand, German Orientalism in the Age of Empire: Religion, Race and Scholarship, German Historical Institute and Cambridge University Press: Washington and New York, 2009; 560 pp.; 9780521518499, {pound}48.00 (hbk); 9780521169073
Fitzpatrick, M., vol. 41 (2): 346-348
Book Review: Stefanie Markovits, The Crimean War in the British Imagination, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2009; 287 pp., 19 illus.; 9780521112376, {pound}53.00 (hbk)
Guymer, L., vol. 41 (2): 348-350
Book Review: Sean McMeekin, History's Greatest Heist: The Looting of Russia by the Bolsheviks, Yale University Press, New Haven CT, 2009; xxii + 302pp, 11 illus.; 9780300135589, {pound}25.00 (hbk)
Morgan, K., vol. 41 (2): 350-351
Book Review: Jamie Miller, Soviet Cinema: Politics and Persuasion under Stalin, I.B. Tauris: London, 2010; 222 pp., 20 b/w illus.; 9781848850085, {pound}49.50 (hbk); 9781848850095, {pound}16.99 (pbk)
Knight, C., vol. 41 (2): 352-353
Book Review: Ambrus Miskolczy, Romanians in Historic Hungary, trans. Joseph Held, Social Science Monographs: Boulder CO, 2008; xi + 173 pp., 1 map; 9780880336321, $50.00 (hbk)
Kamusella, T., vol. 41 (2): 353-355
Book Review: Alastair Noble, Nazi Rule and the Soviet Offensive in Eastern Germany, 1944--1945, Sussex Academic Press: Brighton, 2008; 382 pp., 11 illus.; 9781845192853, {pound}65.00 (hbk); 9781845192860, {pound}29.95 (pbk)
Shepherd, B., vol. 41 (2): 355-357
Book Review: Thomas O'Connor, Irish Jansenists 1600--70: Religion and Politics in Flanders, France, Ireland and Rome, Four Courts Press: Dublin, 2008; 415 pp., 22 illus.; 9781851829927, {euro}58.50 (hbk)
Campbell, I. W. S., vol. 41 (2): 357-358
Book Review: Ciro Paoletti, A Military History of Italy, Praeger Security International, Westport CT, 2008; 296 pp.; 9780275985059, $49.95 (hbk)
Fontana, N., vol. 41 (2): 358-359
Book Review: David Priestland, Stalinism and the Politics of Mobilization: Ideas, Power and Terror in Inter-war Russia, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2007; xii + 487 pp.; 9780199245130, {pound}16.75 (hbk)
King, F., vol. 41 (2): 359-361
Book Review: Monica Riera and Gavin Schaffer, eds, The Lasting War: Society and Identity in Britain, France and Germany after 1945, Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, 2008; xii + 277 pp., 2 illus.; 9780230506718, {pound}58.00 (hbk)
Todd, L. M., vol. 41 (2): 361-362
Book Review: Alan Sked, Metternich and Austria: An Evaluation, Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, 2008; 306 pp., 2 maps, 1 illus.; 9781403991140, {pound}55.00 (hbk); 9781403991157, {pound}18.99 (pbk)
Sedivy, M., vol. 41 (2): 362-364
Book Review: Koen Stapelbroek, Love, Self-Deceit, and Money: Commerce and Morality in the Early Neapolitan Enlightenment, University of Toronto Press: Toronto, 2008; 263 pp.; 9780802092885, $67.00 (hbk)
Astigarraga, J., vol. 41 (2): 364-366
Book Review: Gary D. Stark, Banned in Berlin: Literary Censorship in Imperial Germany, 1871--1918, Berghahn Books: New York and Oxford, 2009; xxvii + 316 pp., 16 illus.; 9781845455705, {pound}58.00 (hbk)
Jefferies, M., vol. 41 (2): 366-367
Book Review: Ljubinka Trgovcevic, ed., 125 Years of Diplomatic Relations between the USA and Serbia, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, 2008; 345 pp.; 9788684031312 (pbk)
Pavlowitch, S. K., vol. 41 (2): 367-368
Book Review: Galina Ulianova, Female Entrepreneurs in Nineteenth-Century Russia, Pickering & Chatto: London, 2009; 246 pp.; 9781851969678, {pound}60.00 (hbk)
Hartley, J., vol. 41 (2): 369-370
Book Review: Maiken Umbach, German Cities and Bourgeois Modernism, 1890--1924, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2009; 272 pp., 55 halftones; 9780199557394, {pound}58.00 (hbk)
Disko, S., vol. 41 (2): 370-372
Book Review: Till van Rahden, Jews and Other Germans: Civil Society, Religious Diversity, and Urban Politics in Breslau, 1860--1925, University of Wisconsin Press: Madison WI, 2008; 477 pp; 9780299226909, $65.00 (hbk); 9780299226947, $29.95 (pbk)
Bjork, J., vol. 41 (2): 372-374
Book Review: Karine Varley, Under the Shadow of Defeat: The War of 1870--1871 in French Memory, Palgrave: London, 2008; xi + 299 pp., 29 illus.; 9780230005198, {pound}58.00 (hbk)
Chanet, J.-F., vol. 41 (2): 374-375
Book Review: Olivier Wieviorka, Orphans of the Republic: The Nation's Legislators in Vichy France, trans. George Holoch, Harvard University Press: Cambridge MA, 2009; 448 pp.; 9780674032613, {pound}40.95 (hbk)
Perry, M., vol. 41 (2): 376-377
Book Review: John F. Williams, Modernity, the Media and the Military: The Creation of National Mythologies on the Western Front, 1914--1918, Routledge: Abingdon, 2009; xii + 249 pp.; 9780415375054, {pound}85.00 (hbk)
Levsen, S., vol. 41 (2): 377-379
Book Review: Serhy Yekelchyk, Ukraine: Birth of a Modern Nation, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2007; 296 pp.; 9780195305463, {pound}12.99 (pbk) Andrew Wilson, The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation, Yale University Press: New Haven CT, 2009; 392 pp.; 978030
Fedyashin, A., vol. 41 (2): 379-381

Volume 41 (1)

From Politics to Nostalgia: The Transformation of War Memories in France during the 1960s-1970s
Bracke, M. A., vol. 41 (1): 5-24
Marc Sangnier and 'the Other Germany': The Freiburg International Democratic Peace Congress and the Ruhr invasion, 1923
Barry, G., vol. 41 (1): 25-49