History articles

Volume 96 (323)

‘The Horrid Popish Plot’: Roger L'Estrange and the Circulation of Political Discourse in Late-Seventeenth-Century London – By Peter Hinds
GRANT TAPSELL, vol. 96 (323): 371-372
The Chronicles of John Cannon: Excise Officer and Writing Master. Part 1, 1684–1733 (Somerset, Oxfordshire, Berkshire) – Edited by John Money; The Chronicles of John Cannon: Excise Officer and Writing Master. Part 2, 1734–1743 (Somerset) – Edited by John
TIM HITCHCOCK, vol. 96 (323): 372-375
Household Servants in Early Modern England – By R. C. Richardson
NIGEL GOOSE, vol. 96 (323): 375-376
War in an Age of Revolution, 1775–1815 – Edited by Roger Chickering and Stig Förster
STEPHEN CONWAY, vol. 96 (323): 376-377
A History of Doughty's Hospital, Norwich, 1687–2009 – By Nigel Goose and Leanne Moden
MAYUMI HAYASHI, vol. 96 (323): 377-378
Going to War: British Debates from Wilberforce to Blair – By Philip Towle
ANNE DEIGHTON, vol. 96 (323): 378-379
The East India Company's London Workers: Management of the Warehouse Labourers, 1800–1858 – By Margaret Makepeace
LEONARD SCHWARZ, vol. 96 (323): 379-380
The Political Life of Josiah C. Wedgwood: Land, Liberty and Empire, 1872–1943 – By Paul Mulvey
ROBERT CROWCROFT, vol. 96 (323): 380-381
Cinema and Radio in Britain and America, 1920–60 – By Jeffrey Richards
JAMES CHAPMAN, vol. 96 (323): 381-382
The BBC and National Identity in Britain, 1922–53 – By Thomas Hajkowski
PETER WAYMARK, vol. 96 (323): 383-384
The Spanish Republic and Civil War – By Julián Casanova
TOM BUCHANAN, vol. 96 (323): 384-385
The Struggle for Arab Independence: Riad el-Solh and the Makers of the Modern Middle East – By Patrick Seale
SPENCER MAWBY, vol. 96 (323): 385-386
Behind the Berlin Wall: East Germany and the Frontiers of Power – By Patrick Major
GARETH PRITCHARD, vol. 96 (323): 386-387

Volume 96 (322)

‘It Is But an Olde Wytche Gonne’: Prosecution and Execution for Witchcraft in Exeter, 1558–1610
MARK STOYLE, vol. 96 (322): 129-151
Mobilizing Russian Horsepower in 1812
DOMINIC LIEVEN, vol. 96 (322): 152-166
An Illiberal Descent: Natural and National History in the Work of Charles Kingsley
JONATHAN CONLIN, vol. 96 (322): 167-187
‘Ferry off the Mersey’: The Business and the Impact of Decolonization in Liverpool
NICHOLAS J. WHITE, vol. 96 (322): 188-204
The King's Jews: Money, Massacre and Exodus in Medieval England – By Robin R. Mundill
CHRISTOPHER ALLMAND, vol. 96 (322): 205-206
Law and Kinship in Thirteenth-Century England – By Sam Worby
CHRISTOPHER ALLMAND, vol. 96 (322): 206-207
Yorkist Lord: John Howard, Duke of Norfolk, c. 1425–1485 – By Anne Crawford
IAN MORTIMER, vol. 96 (322): 207-208
The Wars of the Roses – By Michael Hicks
NIGEL SAUL, vol. 96 (322): 208-208
The Good King: René of Anjou and Fifteenth Century Europe – By Margaret L. Kekewich
ANDREW BROWN, vol. 96 (322): 209-209
‘The Contending Kingdoms’: France and England 1420–1700 – Edited by Glenn Richardson
ERIC BOSTON, vol. 96 (322): 209-211
Parents of Poor Children in England, 1580–1800 – By Patricia Crawford
ANTHONY FLETCHER, vol. 96 (322): 211-212
Labours Lost: Domestic Service and the Making of Modern England – By Carolyn Steedman
NIGEL GOOSE, vol. 96 (322): 212-213
The Anatomy Murders: Being The True and Spectacular History of Edinburgh's Notorious Burke and Hare and of the Man of Science Who Abetted Them in the Commission of Their Most Heinous Crimes – By Lisa Rosner
MARK W. BUFTON, vol. 96 (322): 214-215
The Problem of Pleasure: Sport, Recreation and the Crisis of Victorian Religion – By Dominic Erdozain
M. J. D. ROBERTS, vol. 96 (322): 215-216
The Letters of Richard Cobden, Volume II: 1848–1853 – Edited by Anthony Howe
RICHARD A. GAUNT, vol. 96 (322): 216-216
Britain's Chief Rabbis and the Religious Character of Anglo-Jewry, 1880–1970 – By Benjamin J. Elton
BEN BRABER, vol. 96 (322): 217-217
Technology and the Making of the Netherlands: The Age of Contested Modernization, 1890–1970 – Edited by Johan Schot, Harry Lintsen and Arie Rip
MICHAEL J. DOUMA, vol. 96 (322): 217-219
Manchurian Railways and the Opening of China: An International History – Edited by Bruce A. Elleman and Stephen Kotkin
ANTONY BEST, vol. 96 (322): 219-220
The Party of Patriotism: The Conservative Party and the First World War – By Nigel Keohane
LARRY L. WITHERELL, vol. 96 (322): 220-221
Britannia Calls: Nottingham Schools and the Push for Great War Victory – By David Nunn
IAN F. W. BECKETT, vol. 96 (322): 221-222
General Smuts: South Africa – By Antony Lentin
GAYNOR JOHNSON, vol. 96 (322): 222-223
Popular Culture and Working-Class Taste in Britain, 1930–1939: A Round of Cheap Diversions? – By Robert James
KEITH LAYBOURN, vol. 96 (322): 223-224
Seeking a Role: The United Kingdom 1951–1970 – By Brian Harrison. Finding a Role? The United Kingdom 1970–1990 – By Brian Harrison
RICHARD WHITING, vol. 96 (322): 224-225
Understanding the British Empire – By Ronald Hyam
RICHARD TOYE, vol. 96 (322): 225-226
History on British Television: Constructing Nation, Nationality and Collective Memory – By Robert Dillon
RICHARD TOYE, vol. 96 (322): 226-227
The Fiction of Narrative: Essays on History, Literature, and Theory, 1957–2007 – By Hayden White
BEVERLEY SOUTHGATE, vol. 96 (322): 227-228
War Studies Reader: From the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day and Beyond – Edited by Gary Sheffield
JEREMY BLACK, vol. 96 (322): 228-228