History articles

Volume 99 (335)

The ‘Historia Iherosolimitana’ of Robert the Monk. Edited by D. Kempf and M. G. Bull . Boydell. 2013. lxxiv + 121pp. £50.00.
Susan B. Edgington, vol. 99 (335): 311-313
Edward III and the Triumph of England. By Richard Barber. Allen Lane. 2013. xxi + 650pp. £30.00.
Nigel Saul, vol. 99 (335): 313-314
The Memory of the People: Custom and Popular Senses of the Past in Early Modern England. By Andy Wood. Cambridge University Press. 2013. xiii + 398pp. £19.99.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 99 (335): 315-316
Saints, Sacrilege, Sedition; Religion and Conflict in the Tudor Reformations. By Eamon Duffy. Bloomsbury Press. vi + 311pp. 2012. £20.00.
C. S. L. Davies, vol. 99 (335): 316-317
Insular Christianity: Alternative Models of the Church in Britain and Ireland, c.1570−c.1700. Edited by Robert Armstrong and Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin . Manchester University Press. 2013. x + 278pp. £65.00.
John Morrill, vol. 99 (335): 318-319
The Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre: The Mysteries of a Crime of State (24 August 1572). By Arlette Jouanna. Translated by Joseph Bergin. Manchester University Press. 2013. viii + 271pp. £65.00.
Penny Roberts, vol. 99 (335): 319-320
The Nature of the English Revolution Revisited: Essays in Honour of John Morrill. Edited by Stephen Taylor and Grant Tapsell . Boydell. 2013. xi + 296pp. £65.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 99 (335): 320-322
The Irish Rebellion of 1641 and the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. By Eamon Darcy. Royal Historical Society Studies in History. Boydell. 2013. xiii + 212pp. £50.00.
Pádraig Lenihan, vol. 99 (335): 322-324
The Army in Cromwellian England, 1649–1660. By Henry Reece. Oxford University Press. 2013. xvi + 267pp. £60.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 99 (335): 324-326
The Later Stuart Church, 1660–1714. Edited by Grant Tapsell . Manchester University Press. 2012. xii + 252pp. £65.00.
Stephen Hampton, vol. 99 (335): 326-328
Faction Displayed: Reconsidering the Impeachment of Dr Henry Sacheverell. Edited by Mark Knights . Wiley Blackwell for the Parliamentary History Yearbook Trust. 2012. vi + 132pp. The State Trial of Dr. Henry Sacheverell. Edited by Brian Cowan . Wiley
Paul Monod, vol. 99 (335): 328-330
God, Duty and Community in English Economic Life, 1660–1720. By Brodie Waddell. Boydell. 2012. xii + 273pp. £60.00/$99.00.
Ted McCormick, vol. 99 (335): 330-332
The Nation Made Real: Art and National Identity in Western Europe, 1600–1850. By Anthony D. Smith. Oxford University Press. 2013. 213pp. £30.00.
Fintan Cullen, vol. 99 (335): 332-333
The Single Homemaker and Material Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. By David Hussey and Margaret Ponsonby. Ashgate. 2012. xiv + 236 pp. £65.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 99 (335): 333-335
The British Navy, Economy and Society in the Seven Years War. By Christian Buchet. Translated by Anita Higgie and Michael Duffy. Boydell. 2013. xiii + 303pp. £65.00.
Richard J. Blakemore, vol. 99 (335): 335-337
Language and Enlightenment: The Berlin Debates of the Eighteenth Century. By Avi Lifschitz. Oxford University Press. 2012. xii +231 pp. £60.00.
Joachim Whaley, vol. 99 (335): 337-339
Edmund Burke: The Contested Career of the Father of Modern Conservatism. By Drew Maciag. Cornell University Press. 2013. xiv + 285pp. £18.50.
Emily Jones, vol. 99 (335): 339-341
Portraiture and British Gothic Fiction: The Rise of Picture Identification, 1764–1835. By Kamilla Elliott. John Hopkins University Press. xii + 336 pp. £31.00.
Clare Haynes, vol. 99 (335): 341-343
Genteel Women: Empire and Domestic Material Culture, 1840–1910. By Dianne Lawrence. Manchester University Press. 2012. xvii + 262pp. £65.00.
Margaret Ponsonby, vol. 99 (335): 343-345
Under the Volcano: Revolution in a Sicilian Town. By Lucy Riall. Oxford University Press. 2013. 296pp. £35.00.
Jane Schneider, vol. 99 (335): 345-347
Common Prostitutes and Ordinary Citizens: Commercial Sex in London, 1885–1960. By Julia Laite. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. 320pp. £55.00/$85.00.
David Minto, vol. 99 (335): 347-349
Colonel Josiah Wedgwood's Questionnaire: Members of Parliament, 1885–1918. By Priscilla Baines. Wiley Blackwell. 2012. viii + 278pp. £22.99.
Paul Mulvey, vol. 99 (335): 349-351
Remaking the Rhythms of Life: German Communities in the Age of the Nation State. By Oliver Zimmer. Oxford University Press. 2013. ix + 395pp. £35.00.
Pamela Pilbeam, vol. 99 (335): 351-352
Streetlife: The Untold Story of Europe's Twentieth Century. By Leif Jerram. Oxford University Press. 2013. x + 477pp. £12.99.
Pamela Pilbeam, vol. 99 (335): 353-354
Exporting Empire: Africa, Colonial Officials and the Construction of the Imperial State, c. 1900–39. By Christopher Prior. Manchester University Press. 2013. xviii + 199pp. £60.00.
Giacomo Macola, vol. 99 (335): 354-356
Right-Wing Spain in the Civil War Era: Soldiers of God and Apostles of the Fatherland, 1914–45. Edited by Alejandro Quiroga and Miguel Ángel Arco . Continuum. 2012. xix + 231pp. £19.99.
Julius Ruiz, vol. 99 (335): 356-358
Wales since 1939. By Martin Johnes. Manchester University Press. 2012. 496pp. £16.99.
Maia Jones, vol. 99 (335): 358-359
Worth Saving: Disabled Children during the Second World War. By Sue Wheatcroft. Manchester University Press. 2013. xx + 204pp. £65.00.
Mike Mantin, vol. 99 (335): 359-361
Visions of Annihilation: The Ustasha Regime and the Cultural Politics of Fascism 1941–1945. By Rory Yeomans. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2013. x + 446pp. £29.95.
Francesco Messina, vol. 99 (335): 361-363
A Small Town near Auschwitz: Ordinary Nazis and the Holocaust. By Mary Fulbrook. Oxford University Press. 2012. 448pp. £20.00.
Jan Láníček, vol. 99 (335): 363-365
The Perils of Peace: The Public Health Crisis in Occupied Germany. By Jessica Reinisch. Oxford University Press. 2013. xii + 324pp. £65.00/$125.00.
Geoffrey Cocks, vol. 99 (335): 365-367
Pierre Laroque and the Welfare State in Postwar France. By Eric Jabbari. Oxford University Press. 2012. vi + 188pp. £65.00.
Matt Perry, vol. 99 (335): 367-369
Moving Stories: An Intimate History of Four Women across Two Countries. By Alistair Thomson. Manchester University Press. 2011. xii + 344pp. £18.95. A Short History of Migration. By Massimo Livi-Bacci. Translated by Carl Ipsen. Polity. 2012. x + 157pp.
Peter Leese, vol. 99 (335): 369-372
Governing Post-war Britain: The Paradoxes of Progress, 1951–1973. By Glen O'Hara. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. xi + 309pp. £60.00.
Hugh Pemberton, vol. 99 (335): 373-347
Communism Unwrapped: Consumption in Cold War Eastern Europe. Edited by Paulina Bren and Mary Neuburger . Oxford University Press. 2012. 413pp. £18.99.
Francesco Messina, vol. 99 (335): 375-376
Religion and the Demographic Revolution: Women and Secularisation in Canada, Ireland, UK and USA since the 1960s. By Callum G. Brown. Boydell. 2012. xiv + 302pp. £55.00.
Neil Armstrong, vol. 99 (335): 376-378
Europe's 1968: Voices of Revolt. Edited by Robert Gildea , James Mark and Anette Warring . Oxford University Press. 2013. xiv + 382pp. £65.00.
David Fowler, vol. 99 (335): 378-381

Volume 99 (334)

Notes on Contributors
vol. 99 (334): 0-0
Peel, De Grey and Irish Policy, 1841–1844
Charles Read, vol. 99 (334): 1-18
‘Not getting his meals in the kitchen’: Lord Acton's Quest for Public Office, 1892–1894
T. G. Otte, vol. 99 (334): 19-39