Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Cold War History

‘Drawing the line’ in El Salvador: Washington confronts insurgency in El Salvador, 1979–92
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A Hungarian model for China? Sino-Hungarian relations in the era of economic reforms, 1979–89
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Communism and human rights in Pinochet’s Chile: the 1977 hunger strike against forced disappearance
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Neutrality challenged in a cold war conflict: Switzerland, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the Angolan War
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Contemporary British History

Model migrants?: Sikh activism and race relations organisations in Britain
vol. 31 (4): 568-592
‘Continuous abuse’ or ‘a unanimous blessing’? Reassessing the Conservative Party’s stance on the 1951 Festival of Britain
vol. 31 (4): 546-567
British fascist antisemitism and Jewish responses, 1932–40
vol. 31 (4): 636-637
Engagement, estrangement or divorce? The new universities and their communities in the 1960s
vol. 31 (4): 501-523
Marketing health education: advertising margarine and visualising health in Britain from 1964–c.2000
vol. 31 (4): 477-500
Sixties Ireland: reshaping the economy, state and society 1957–1973
vol. 31 (4): 637-639
British Nuclear Culture: official and unofficial narratives in the long twentieth century
vol. 31 (4): 639-640
Intersectional solidarity? The Armagh women, the British left and women’s liberation
vol. 31 (4): 611-635
Socially useful production in the defence industry: the Lucas Aerospace combine committee and the Labour government, 1974–1979
vol. 31 (4): 524-545
A place apart? The interventions of John P. Mackintosh and Bernard Crick on Northern Ireland
vol. 31 (4): 593-610
Reassessing 1970s Britain
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Socially useful production in the defence industry: the Lucas Aerospace combine committee and the Labour government, 1974–1979
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Reassessing 1970s Britain
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Intersectional solidarity? The Armagh women, the British left and women’s liberation
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A place apart? The interventions of John P. Mackintosh and Bernard Crick on Northern Ireland
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‘Mining a productive seam? The coal industry, community and sociology’
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