The Journal of Contemporary History articles

Volume 47 (1)

Making a Spectacle of Restraint: The Deutschland Pavilion at the 1958 Brussels Exposition
Castillo, G., vol. 47 (1): 97-119
Sputnik Goes to Brussels: The Exhibition of a Soviet Technological Wonder
Siegelbaum, L., vol. 47 (1): 120-136
Transsystemic Fantasies: Counterrevolutionary Hungary at Brussels Expo '58
Peteri, G., vol. 47 (1): 137-160
An Avant-Garde Architecture for an Avant-Garde Socialism: Yugoslavia at EXPO '58
Kulic, V., vol. 47 (1): 161-184
Industrial Design and the Czechoslovak Pavilion at EXPO '58: Artistic Autonomy, Party Control and Cold War Common Ground
Giustino, C. M., vol. 47 (1): 185-212

Volume 46 (4)

Eugene Kulischer, Joseph Schechtman and the Historiography of European Forced Migrations
Ferrara, A., vol. 46 (4): 715-740
Reframing the Interwar Peace Movement: The Curious Case of Albert Einstein
Ashkenazi, O., vol. 46 (4): 741-766
H.M. Hyndman and the Russia Question after 1917
Ruotsila, M., vol. 46 (4): 767-787
Foreign Involvement and Loss of Democracy, Estonia 1934
Valge, J., vol. 46 (4): 788-808
'Framing' Romanita: The Celebrations for the Bimillenario Augusteo and the Augusteo-Ara Pacis Project
Kallis, A., vol. 46 (4): 809-831
Maternalism, Race, Class and Citizenship: Aspects of Illegitimate Motherhood in Nazi Germany
Joshi, V., vol. 46 (4): 832-853
Induced to Volunteer? The Predicament of Jewish Communists in Palestine and the Spanish Civil War
Arielli, N., vol. 46 (4): 854-870
The Last Chance Saloon? The Independent Labour Party and Miners' Militancy in the Second World War Revisited
McIlroy, J., Campbell, A., vol. 46 (4): 871-896
From 'Irresponsible' to 'Immoral': The Shifts in de Gaulle's Perception of Israel and the Jews
Heimann, G., vol. 46 (4): 897-919
Violence, Volksgemeinschaft and Empire: Interpreting the Third Reich in the Twenty-first Century
Kurlander, E., vol. 46 (4): 920-934
Frederic E. Wakeman Jr, Telling Chinese History: A Selection of Essays
Zheng, Y., vol. 46 (4): 935-938
Prasenjit Duara, The Global and Regional in China's Nation-Formation
Mitter, R., vol. 46 (4): 938-940
Andrea Orzoff, Battle for the Castle: The Myth of Czechoslovakia in Europe, 1914-1948
Ort, T., vol. 46 (4): 940-942
Jane Caplan and Nikolaus Wachsmann (eds), Concentration Camps in Nazi Germany: The New Histories
Schulte, J. E., vol. 46 (4): 942-945
Peter Gatrell and Nick Baron (eds), Warlands: Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in the Soviet-East European Borderlands, 1945-1950
Scala, S. J., vol. 46 (4): 945-947
Mathew Grant, After the Bomb: Civil Defence and Nuclear War in Britain, 1945-68
Stoddart, K., vol. 46 (4): 947-949
Ian J. Bickerton, The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A History
Bregman, A., vol. 46 (4): 949-950
Melanie Ilic and Jeremy Smith (eds), Soviet State and Society under Nikita Khrushchev
Chernyshova, N., vol. 46 (4): 950-952

Volume 46 (3)

Speaking Truth to Power: Contemporary History in the Twenty-first Century
Palmowski, J., Spohr Readman, K., vol. 46 (3): 485-505
Contemporary History in Europe: From Mastering National Pasts to the Future of Writing the World
Spohr Readman, K., vol. 46 (3): 506-530
The Poisoned Madeleine: The Autobiographical Turn in Historical Writing
Vinen, R., vol. 46 (3): 531-554
The Past Under Erasure? History, Memory, and the Contemporary
Eley, G., vol. 46 (3): 555-573
European Intellectual History as Contemporary History
Muller, J.-W., vol. 46 (3): 574-590
Tracking the Language of Space and Time, 1948-2008
Hart, R. P., Lim, E. T., vol. 46 (3): 591-609
The Contemporaneity of Environmental History: Negotiating Scholarship, Useful History, and the New Human Condition
Sorlin, S., vol. 46 (3): 610-630
The Europeanization of the Nation-State
Palmowski, J., vol. 46 (3): 631-657
Blogging Current Affairs History
Cole, J., vol. 46 (3): 658-670
Where Does the World Historian Write From? Objectivity, Moral Conscience and the Past and Present of Imperialism
Drayton, R., vol. 46 (3): 671-685
The Shadow of the Gunman: Irish Historians and the IRA
McBride, I., vol. 46 (3): 686-710

Volume 46 (2)

The Clerical Response to a Totalitarian Political Religion: La Civilta Cattolica and Italian Fascism
Nelis, J., vol. 46 (2): 245-270
Popular Film-going in Britain in the Early 1930s
James, R., vol. 46 (2): 271-287
The Air Panic of 1935: British Press Opinion between Disarmament and Rearmament
Holman, B., vol. 46 (2): 288-307
The Racist Critics of Ataturk and Kemalism, from the 1930s to the 1960s
Ayturk, I., vol. 46 (2): 308-335
Incompatible Experiences: Poles, Ukrainians and Jews in Lviv under Soviet and German Occupation, 1939-44
Mick, C., vol. 46 (2): 336-363
Parents and Children in Second World War Germany: An Inter-generational Perspective on Wartime Separation
Vaizey, H., vol. 46 (2): 364-382