Twentieth Century British History

Twentieth Century British History covers the variety of British history in the twentieth century in all its aspects. It links the many different and specialized branches of historical scholarship with work in political science and related disciplines. The journal seeks to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, in order to foster the study of patterns of change and continuity across the twentieth century. The editors are committed to publishing work that examines the British experience within a comparative context, whether European or Anglo-American.


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Latest articles

Volume 26 (4)

Familiarity Breeds Consent? Patriotic Rituals in British First World War Propaganda
Monger, D., vol. 26 (4): 501-528
Trouble at the National Trust: Post-war Recreation, the Benson Report and the Rebuilding of a Conservation Organization in the 1960s
Nixon, S., vol. 26 (4): 529-550
The Closure of Michael Colliery in 1967 and the Politics of Deindustrialization in Scotland
Phillips, J., vol. 26 (4): 551-572
The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) and the Humanitarian Industry in Britain, 1963-85
Jones, A., vol. 26 (4): 573-601
'Future Forecast--Changeable and Probably Getting Worse': The UK Government's Early Response to Anthropogenic Climate Change
Agar, J., vol. 26 (4): 602-628
Changing War: The British Army, the Hundred Days Campaign and the Birth of the Royal Air Force, 1918. By Gary Sheffield and Peter Gray (eds).
Kitchen, J., vol. 26 (4): 629-631
The IRA in Britain, 1919-1923: 'In the Heart of Enemy Lines'. By Gerard Noonan.
Gallagher, N., vol. 26 (4): 631-633
Ireland and the Irish in Interwar England. By Mo Moulton.
Gannon, D., vol. 26 (4): 633-636
The Politics of Hospital Provision in Early Twentieth-Century Britain, By Barry Doyle
Hayes, N., vol. 26 (4): 636-638
Ellen Wilkinson: From Red Suffragette to Government Minister. By Paula Bartley. * 'Red Ellen' Wilkinson: Her Ideas, Movements and World. By Matt Perry.
Beers, L., vol. 26 (4): 638-641
British Cultural Memory and the Second World War
Morley, J., vol. 26 (4): 642-644
The Mass Observers: A History, 1937-1949. By James Hinton.
Mansell, J. G., vol. 26 (4): 644-646
Britain in Global Politics Volume 1: From Gladstone to Churchill. Edited by Christopher Baxter, Michael L. Dockrill, and Keith Hamilton. * Britain in Global Politics Volume 2: From Churchill to Blair. Edited by John W. Young, Effie G. H. Pedaliu, and Mich
Haeussler, M., vol. 26 (4): 646-649
Queer Domesticities: Homosexuality and Home Life in Twentieth-Century London. By Matt Cook.
Ramsay, L., vol. 26 (4): 649-651
Against the Grain: the British Far Left from 1956. Edited by Evan Smith and Matthew Worley
Davis, M., vol. 26 (4): 651-653
Allies Apart: Heath, Nixon and the Anglo-American Relationship. By Andrew Scott.
Ellison, J., vol. 26 (4): 653-656
Racism, Class and the Racialized Outsider. By Satnam Virdee.
Mukherjee, S., vol. 26 (4): 656-658

Volume 26 (3)

Healing the Empire: Indian Hospitals in Britain and France during the First World War
Jarboe, A. T., vol. 26 (3): 347-369
Making and Breaking Morale: British Political Warfare and Bomber Command in the Second World War
Overy, R., vol. 26 (3): 370-399
Ben Pimlott Memorial Lecture 2014: The Two Cultures Revisited: The Humanities in British Universities Since 1945
Mandler, P., vol. 26 (3): 400-423