The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History articles

Volume 40 (3)

Africa, Empire and Globalization: Essays in Honor of A. G. Hopkins
vol. 40 (3): 517-519
The British Way in Counter-Insurgency, 1945–1967
vol. 40 (3): 520-521
Exclusionary Empire: English Liberty Overseas 1600–1900
vol. 40 (3): 521-523
The Iconography of Independence
vol. 40 (3): 523-524
Deutsches Militär auf kolonialen Kriegsschauplätzen: Eskalation von Gewalt zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts
vol. 40 (3): 525-527
British Views on China: At a Special Time (1790–1820)
vol. 40 (3): 527-530
INSTITUTE OF COMMONWEALTH STUDIES; University of London; TREVOR REESE MEMORIAL PRIZE
vol. 40 (3): 531-0

Volume 40 (2)

Efficient, Efficacious and Humane Responses to Non-European Bodies in British Military Medicine, 1780–1815
vol. 40 (2): 137-158
Rev. Simpson's ‘Improper Liberties’: Moral Scrutiny and Missionary Children in the South Seas Mission
vol. 40 (2): 159-181
‘Ideal and Ornamental Endeavours’: The Armenian Reforms and Germany's Response to Britain's Imperial Humanitarianism in the Ottoman Empire, 1878–83
vol. 40 (2): 183-206
‘All in the Same Uniform’? The Participation of Black Colonial Residents in the British Armed Forces in the First World War
vol. 40 (2): 207-230
Samoa on the World Stage: Petitions and Peoples before the Mandates Commission of the League of Nations
vol. 40 (2): 231-261
Anglo-Italian Armament Trade Competition in Iraq: The Italian Air Force Mission to Iraq, 1937–40
vol. 40 (2): 263-285
‘Don't mention the war!’ Debating Notion of a ‘Stalemate’ in Northern Ireland (and a Response to Dr Paul Dixon)
vol. 40 (2): 287-301
Was the IRA Defeated? Neo-Conservative Propaganda as History
vol. 40 (2): 303-320
Destroy? ‘Migrate’? Conceal? British Strategies for the Disposal of Sensitive Records of Colonial Administrations at Independence
vol. 40 (2): 321-335

Volume 40 (1)

Family Matters? The Dominion High Commissioners in Wartime Britain, 1938–42
vol. 40 (1): 1-23
‘To Back up the British Government’: Sidney Waterson's Role as South African High Commissioner in Wartime Britain, 1939–42
vol. 40 (1): 25-43
Stanley Melbourne Bruce in London, 1938–41
vol. 40 (1): 45-65
At War with Bill Jordan: The New Zealand High Commission in Wartime London
vol. 40 (1): 67-86
Directing the War from Trafalgar Square? Vincent Massey and the Canadian High Commission, 1939–42
vol. 40 (1): 87-117
Becoming Imperial Citizens, Indians in the Late Victorian Empire
vol. 40 (1): 119-122
Britain's Empire: Resistance, Repression and Revolt
vol. 40 (1): 122-124
Human Encumbrances: Political Violence and the Great Irish Famine
vol. 40 (1): 124-126
Abolitionism and Imperialism in Britain, Africa and the Atlantic
vol. 40 (1): 126-128
Bonds of Empire: West Indians and Britishness from Victoria to Decolonization
vol. 40 (1): 129-130
The Struggle for Arab Independence
vol. 40 (1): 130-132
Obituary: Albert Frederick Madden
vol. 40 (1): 133-135

Volume 39 (5)

Editorial Board
vol. 39 (5): 0-0
Flakking the Mau Mau Catchers
vol. 39 (5): 695-697
Mau Mau in the High Court and the ‘Lost’ British Empire Archives: Colonial Conspiracy or Bureaucratic Bungle?
vol. 39 (5): 699-716
Soldiers in the Court Room: The British Army's Part in the Kenya Emergency under the Legal Spotlight
vol. 39 (5): 717-730
Alchemy of Evidence: Mau Mau, the British Empire, and the High Court of Justice
vol. 39 (5): 731-748
‘… For it was founded upon a Rock’: Gibraltar and the Purposes of Empire in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
vol. 39 (5): 749-770
Even ‘Wilder Workhouse Girls’: The Problem of Institutionalisation among Irish Immigrants to New Zealand 1874
vol. 39 (5): 771-794
The War Munitions Supply Company of Western Australia and the Popular Movement to Manufacture Artillery Ammunition in the British Empire in the First World War
vol. 39 (5): 795-813
A ‘New Deal’ for the Kurds: Britain's Kurdish Policy in Iraq, 1941–45
vol. 39 (5): 815-831
Popular Imperialism: Broadening the Context
vol. 39 (5): 833-845
The History of the Near Eastern Telegraphs Before the First World War
vol. 39 (5): 847-849
The British Empire and Its Contested Pasts, Historical Studies XXVI
vol. 39 (5): 849-853