Bibliographic update July 2015: All

European History Quarterly

Irving M. Zeitlin, Jews: The Making of a Diaspora People
Martin, S., vol. 45 (2): 411-412

European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

Famine responses in the world food crisis 1972–5 and the World Food Conference of 1974
Famine and the changing role of NGOs: an Irish perspective
Coping with famine in Communist China (1949–62)
In the lure of Geistesgeschichte: the theme of decline in Hungarian historiography and historical thinking in the first half of the twentieth century
vol. 22 (3): 411-432
An emerging anti-reform green front? Farm interest groups fighting the ‘Agriculture 1980’ project, 1968–72
vol. 22 (3): 433-450
Il commercio infame: antischiavismo e diritti dell'uomo nel Settecento italiano
vol. 22 (3): 506-508
Gendarmeries, state reinforcement and territorial control at the ends of world wars: Belgium, France and The Netherlands, 1914–50
vol. 22 (3): 451-467
Concepts of citizenship in France during the long eighteenth century
vol. 22 (3): 468-485
Italy during the Rhine Crisis of 1840
vol. 22 (3): 486-504
The limits of empire: European imperial formations in early modern world history. Essays in honour of Geoffrey Parker
vol. 22 (3): 505-506
A history of the great influenza pandemics: death, panic and hysteria, 1830–1920
vol. 22 (3): 508-509
Social and cultural change in Central Asia: The Soviet legacy
vol. 22 (3): 510-511
Democracy without justice in Spain: the politics of forgetting
vol. 22 (3): 511-513
The Great War and Veterans' Internationalism
vol. 22 (3): 513-515
France and the Age of Revolution: regimes old and new from Louis XVI to Napoleon Bonaparte
vol. 22 (3): 515-517
The confidence trap: a history of democracy in crisis from World War I to the present
vol. 22 (3): 517-519
Voisinages fragiles: Les relations interconfessionnelles dans le Sud-Est européen et la Méditerranée orientale 1854–1923: contraintes locales et enjeux internationaux
vol. 22 (3): 519-521
The inhabited ruins of Central Europe: re-imagining space, history and memory
vol. 22 (3): 521-523
Czechs, Slovaks and the Jews, 1938–48: beyond idealization and condemnation
vol. 22 (3): 523-525
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