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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Latest articles

Volume 50 (2)

The Louvain Library and US Ambition in Interwar Belgium
Proctor, T. M., vol. 50 (2): 147-167
Fascist Educational Policy from 1922 to 1943: A Contribution to the Current Debate on Political Religions
Tarquini, A., vol. 50 (2): 168-187
The Myth of 'Christian Rome' and the Institute of Roman Studies: An Attempted Synthesis of Fascism and Catholicism
Aramini, D., vol. 50 (2): 188-214
Imperial Links: The Italian-Ethiopian War and Japanese New Order Thinking, 1935-6
Hofmann, R., vol. 50 (2): 215-233
The 'Jewish Question' and the 'Italian Peril': Vichy, Italy, and the Jews of Tunisia, 1940-2
Peterson, T., vol. 50 (2): 234-258
Fitting in to the French Resistance: Marie-Madeleine Fourcade and Georges Loustaunau-Lacau at the Intersection of Politics and Gender
Deacon, V., vol. 50 (2): 259-273
The Particularist Pursuit of American Universalism: The American Jewish Committee's 1944 'Declaration on Human Rights'
Loeffler, J., vol. 50 (2): 274-295
British Public Opinion and Military Intervention in Greece, December 1944-January 1945: Stories from Mass-Observation
Hassiotis, L., vol. 50 (2): 296-317
Unsettled Landscapes: Czech and German Conceptions of Social and Ecological Decline in the Postwar Czechoslovak Borderlands
Glassheim, E., vol. 50 (2): 318-336
Closely Watched Tourism: The Securitate as Warden of Transnational Encounters, 1967-9
Petrescu, D., vol. 50 (2): 337-353
Song of Brotherhood, Dance of Unity: Cultural-Entertainment Activities for Yugoslav Economic Emigrants in the West in the 1960s and 1970s
Baković, N., vol. 50 (2): 354-375
French Military Action in Spain from Dictatorship to Democracy: Arms, Technology and Convergence
Sanchez Sanchez, E. M., vol. 50 (2): 376-399

Volume 50 (1)

The Limits of Demobilization: Global Perspectives on the Aftermath of the Great War
Edele, M., Gerwarth, R., vol. 50 (1): 3-14
Brutalization Revisited: The Case of Russia
Beyrau, D., vol. 50 (1): 15-37
Demobilization and Remobilization of German and Lithuanian Paramilitaries after the First World War
Balkelis, T., vol. 50 (1): 38-57
Enduring Violence: The Postwar Struggles in East-Central Europe, 1917-21
Bohler, J., vol. 50 (1): 58-77
A 'Brutalizing' War? The USA after the First World War
Keene, J., vol. 50 (1): 78-99
Demobilization in British and French Africa at the End of the First World War
Fogarty, R. S., Killingray, D., vol. 50 (1): 100-123
Demobilization and Empire: Empire Nationalism and Soldier Citizenship in Australia After the First World War - in Dominion Context
Garton, S., vol. 50 (1): 124-143

Volume 49 (4)

Editorship of the Journal of Contemporary History
Evans, R. J., Hodge, M., vol. 49 (4): 625-626