Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Twentieth Century British History

Unemployment and the State in Britain: The Means Test and Protest in 1930s South Wales and North-East England. By Stephanie Ward.
Ackerley, A., vol. 26 (2): 329-331
Housewives and Citizens: Domesticity and the Women's Movement in England, 1928-64. By Caitriona Beaumont.
Logan, A., vol. 26 (2): 331-333
Men, Masculinities and Religious Change in Twentieth-Century Britain. By Lucy Delap and Sue Morgan.
King, L., vol. 26 (2): 333-335
Lost Freedom. The Landscape of the Child and the British Post-War Settlement. By Mathew Thomson.
Lewis, J., vol. 26 (2): 335-337
Faith in the Family: A Lived Religious History of English Catholicism 1945-82. By Alana Harris.
Armstrong, N., vol. 26 (2): 337-339
The Wind of Change: Harold Macmillan and British Decolonization. By L. Butler and S. Stockwell (eds).
Schofield, C., vol. 26 (2): 340-341
Monarchy and the End of Empire: The House of Windsor, the British Government, and the Post-war Commonwealth. By Philip Murphy.
Riley, C. L., vol. 26 (2): 342-343
Sinners? Scroungers? Saints? Unmarried Motherhood in Twentieth-Century England. By Pat Thane and Tanya Evans.
Pooley, S., vol. 26 (2): 344-346

Twentieth-Century China

Maura Elizabeth Cunningham, vol. 40 (2): 81-82
The Dragon King and the 1931 Wuhan Flood: Religious Rumors and Environmental Disasters in Republican China
Chris Courtney, vol. 40 (2): 83-104
Shanghai's “Mysterious Westerner”: The Walden Affair And Soviet Military Intelligence Operations In China, 1933–1935
David Ian Chambers, vol. 40 (2): 105-125
Western Medical Education on Trial: The Endurance of Peking Union Medical College, 1949–1985
Mary Augusta Brazelton, vol. 40 (2): 126-145
Cold War Currents and Chinese Émigré Intellectuals, 1949–1960
Kenneth Kai-chung Yung, vol. 40 (2): 146-165
Book Reviews
vol. 40 (2): 166-166

War & Society

vol. 34 (3): 161-161
The Seventy Years War, 1744–1815, and Britain’s Fiscal-Naval State
Anthony Page, vol. 34 (3): 162-186
Three Portrayals of ‘Sacrifice’: Representations of the Deaths of the ‘shishi’, Yokogawa Shōzō and Oki Teisuke
James Boyd, vol. 34 (3): 187-208
The First World War and Public School Ethos: The Case of Uppingham School
Timothy Halstead, vol. 34 (3): 209-229
Intersecting Identities: Race, Military Affiliation, and Youth Attitudes towards War
Morten G. Ender, vol. 34 (3): 230-246
Introduction: Untold Legacies of the First World War in Britain
Alison S. Fell, vol. 34 (2): 85-89
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