The Journal of Contemporary History

The Journal of Contemporary History (JCH) is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles and book reviews on twentieth-century history, covering a broad range of historical approaches including social, economic, political, diplomatic, intellectual and cultural. JCH is edited by Richard Evans, University of Cambridge and Stanley Payne, University of Wisconsin.

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Volume 51 (4)

Mail-order Demagogues: The NSDAP School for Speakers, 1928-34
O Broin, T., vol. 51 (4): 715-737
The Limits of Hate: Japanese Prisoners on US Submarines during the Second World War
Sturma, M., vol. 51 (4): 738-759
Romani Refugees and the Postwar Order
Joskowicz, A., vol. 51 (4): 760-787
Hugh Trevor-Roper and the English Editions of Hitler's Table Talk and Testament
Nilsson, M., vol. 51 (4): 788-812
Colonial Twilight: Italian Settlers and the Long Decolonization of Libya
Ballinger, P., vol. 51 (4): 813-838
Square-eyed Farmers and Gloomy Ethnographers: The Advent of Television in the West German Village
von Hodenberg, C., vol. 51 (4): 839-865
'A Heavy Blue Pencil: The Effect of Government Censorship on Reuters Coverage of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1967-73
Goodman, G., vol. 51 (4): 866-887
A 'Historical Turn in Terrorism Studies?
Ceci, G. M., vol. 51 (4): 888-896
Marguerite S. Shaffer and Phoebe S.K. Young (eds), Rendering Nature: Animals, Bodies, Places, Politics
Coates, P., vol. 51 (4): 897-899
Timothy H. Parsons, The Second British Empire in the Crucible of the Twentieth Century
Toye, R., vol. 51 (4): 899-900
Julian Casanova and Carlos Gil Andres, Twentieth-Century Spain: A History
Bjerstrom, C.-H., vol. 51 (4): 900-902
Diane P. Koenker, Club Red: Vacation Travel and the Soviet Dream
Wojnowski, Z., vol. 51 (4): 902-904
Peter Gray, Air Warfare: History, Theory and Practice
Chourchoulis, D., vol. 51 (4): 904-906
Aristotle Kallis, The Third Rome, 1922-1943: The Making of the Fascist Capital
Marcello, F., vol. 51 (4): 906-908
Udi Greenberg, The Weimar Century. German Emigres and the Ideological Foundations of the Cold War
Gusejnova, D., vol. 51 (4): 908-910
Michael Neiberg, Potsdam: The End of World War II and the Remaking of Europe
Zimmer, T., vol. 51 (4): 910-912
Chris Tudda, Cold War Summits. A History, From Potsdam to Malta
Romero, F., vol. 51 (4): 912-913
Riccardo Bavaj and Martina Steber (eds), Germany and 'the West: The History of a Modern Concept
Varouxakis, G., vol. 51 (4): 913-915
Martin Thomas, Bob Moore and L.J. Butler, Crises of Empire: Decolonization and Europes Imperial States, 2nd edition
Jansen, J. C., vol. 51 (4): 915-917
Ran Zwigenberg, Hiroshima: The Origins of Global Memory Culture
Wake, N., vol. 51 (4): 917-919