The Journal of Contemporary History articles

Volume 48 (3)

Selling Democracy During the Second British Occupation of Iraq, 1941-5
Wichhart, S. K., vol. 48 (3): 509-536
Film and Soldier: Japanese War Movies in the 1950s
Wilson, S., vol. 48 (3): 537-555
A Political Park: The Working People's Cultural Palace in Beijing
Hung, C.-t., vol. 48 (3): 556-577
Gazing Toward Ghana: African American Agency in the Eisenhower Administration's Relations with Africa
Grimm, K. E., vol. 48 (3): 578-596
The Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality and the African American Organizing Tradition in the Era of Black Power
Jong, G. d., vol. 48 (3): 597-616
Intelligence Gathering in Cold War Germany
Childs, D., vol. 48 (3): 617-624
Timothy Henderson, Beyond Borders: A History of Mexican Migration to the United States
Meeks, E. V., vol. 48 (3): 625-626
Gilly Carr and Harold Mytum (eds), Cultural Heritage and Prisoners of War: Creativity Behind Barbed Wire,
Huxford, G., vol. 48 (3): 627-628
Matthias Strohn, The German Army and the Defence of the Reich: Military Doctrine and the Conduct of the Defensive Battle 1918-1939
Rutherford, J., vol. 48 (3): 629-630
Olivia Munoz-Rojas, Ashes and Granite: Destruction and Reconstruction in the Spanish Civil War and its Aftermath; Dacia Viejo-Rose, Reconstructing Spain: Cultural Heritage and Memory after Civil War,
Richards, M., vol. 48 (3): 630-632
Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, Decolonization in South Asia: Meanings of Freedom in Post-independence West Bengal, 1947-52
Manjapra, K., vol. 48 (3): 633-635
Laurent Warlouzet, Le choix de la EEC par la France. L'Europe economique en debat de Mendes France a de Gaulle (1955-1969),
Kaiser, W., vol. 48 (3): 635-636
Ezra F. Vogel, Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China
Radchenko, S., vol. 48 (3): 637-639
Stuart J. Hilwig, Italy and 1968: Youthful Unrest and Democratic Culture
Moro, R., vol. 48 (3): 639-640
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Volume 48 (2)

The Fischer Controversy 50 years on
Mombauer, A., vol. 48 (2): 231-240
Old Knowledge and New Research: A Summary of the Conference on the Fischer Controversy 50 Years On
Steinberg, J., vol. 48 (2): 241-250
The Political and Historical Significance of the Fischer Controversy
von Strandmann, H. P., vol. 48 (2): 251-270
The Social Making of a Historian: Fritz Fischer's Distancing From Bourgeois-Conservative Historiography, 1930-60
Petzold, S., vol. 48 (2): 271-289
The Fischer Controversy, Documents and the 'Truth' About the Origins of the First World War
Mombauer, A., vol. 48 (2): 290-314
Reactions from the Other Germany: The Fischer Controversy in the German Democratic Republic
Stibbe, M., vol. 48 (2): 315-332
Keeping a Low Profile - Austrian Historiography and the Fischer Controversy
Kronenbitter, G., vol. 48 (2): 333-349
Russian Historiography on the Origins of the First World War Since the Fischer Controversy
Sanborn, J., vol. 48 (2): 350-362
The Fischer Controversy, the War Origins Debate and France: A Non-History
Keiger, J. F. V., vol. 48 (2): 363-375
'Outcast From History': The Fischer Controversy and British Historiography
Otte, T. G., vol. 48 (2): 376-396
Fritz Fischer's 'Programme for Revolution': Implications for a Global History of Germany in the First World War
Jenkins, J., vol. 48 (2): 397-417

Volume 48 (1)

From 'Consensus' to 'Common Ground': The Rhetoric of the Postwar Settlement and its Collapse
Toye, R., vol. 48 (1): 3-23
'Must Will Peace': The British Brokering of 'Central European' and 'Balkan Locarno', 1925-9
Bakic, D., vol. 48 (1): 24-56
Soviet Arms Exports in the 1920s
Stone, D. R., vol. 48 (1): 57-77
Broadcasting Bolshevik: The Radio Voice of Soviet Culture, 1920s-1950s
Lovell, S., vol. 48 (1): 78-97
The 'Polish Operation' of the NKVD: The Climax of the Terror Against the Polish Minority in the Soviet Union
Musial, B., vol. 48 (1): 98-124
Milieus in the Military: Soldierly Ethos, Nationalism and Conformism Among Workers in the Wehrmacht
Romer, F., vol. 48 (1): 125-149
Nazi Ideology and Engineers at War: Fritz Todt's 'Speaker System'
Guse, J. C., vol. 48 (1): 150-174
Journalists and the Stirring of Australian Public Diplomacy: The Colombo Plan Towards the 1960s
Lowe, D., vol. 48 (1): 175-190
The Emperor's New Clothes: 'Objectivity' and Revisionism in Spanish History
Ealham, C., vol. 48 (1): 191-202
Vera Tolz, Russia's Own Orient: The Politics of Identity and Oriental Studies in the Late Imperial and Early Soviet Periods
Knight, N., vol. 48 (1): 203-205
Shelley Baranowski, Nazi Empire: German Colonialism and Imperialism from Bismarck to Hitler
Chu, W., vol. 48 (1): 205-207
Karen Petrone, The Great War in Russian Memory
Brunstedt, J., vol. 48 (1): 207-209
Erik N. Jensen, Body by Weimar: Athletes, Gender, and German Modernity
Roos, J., vol. 48 (1): 209-211
Monica Black, Death in Berlin: From Weimar to Divided Germany
Bessel, R., vol. 48 (1): 211-213