Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Cold War History

‘Red on White’: Kim Il Sung, Park Chung Hee, and the Failure of Korea’s Reunification, 1971–1973
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Between Détente and Differentiation: Nixon’s visit to Bucharest in August 1969
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Sir Reader Bullard, Frank Roberts and the Azerbaijan crisis of 1945–46: Bevin’s officials, perceptions and the adoption of a Cold War mentality in British Soviet Policy
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‘Socialist friends should help each other in crises’: Sino-Polish relations within the cold war dynamics, 1980–1987
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A significant periphery of the Cold War: Italy-China bilateral relations, 1949–1989
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To ‘educate’ Deng Xiaoping in capitalism: Thatcher’s visit to China and the future of Hong Kong in 1982
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Contemporary British History

Promoting productivity in the National Health Service, 1950 to 1966
vol. 31 (1): 47-68
The Labour government and the battle for public opinion in the 1975 referendum on the European Community
vol. 31 (1): 91-113
Life in the kitchen: Television advertising, the housewife and domestic modernity in Britain, 1955–1969
vol. 31 (1): 69-90
‘A Local Terrorist Made Good’: the Callaghan government and the Arab–Israeli peace process, 1977–79
vol. 31 (1): 114-135
Busman’s stomach and the embodiment of modernity
vol. 31 (1): 1-23
Education, parenting and concepts of childhood in England, c. 1945 to c. 1979
vol. 31 (1): 24-46
London’s criminal underworlds, c. 1720–c.1930: a social and cultural history
vol. 31 (1): 137-139
Race, ethnicity and the women’s movement in England, 1968–1993
vol. 31 (1): 142-144
Young lives on the left: sixties activism and the liberation of the self
vol. 31 (1): 141-142
Culture and propaganda in World War II. Music, film and the battle for national identity
vol. 31 (1): 136-137
The war inside: psychoanalysis, total war and the making of the democratic self in post-war Britain
vol. 31 (1): 139-141
Model migrants?: Sikh activism and race relations organisations in Britain
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‘Continuous abuse’ or ‘a unanimous blessing’? Reassessing the Conservative Party’s stance on the 1951 Festival of Britain
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‘Continuous abuse’ or ‘a unanimous blessing’? Reassessing the Conservative Party’s stance on the 1951 Festival of Britain
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