Bibliographic update April 2017: All

European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

The Wehrmann in Eisen: nailed statues as barometers of Habsburg social order during the First World War
vol. 24 (2): 305-324
Empire of things: how we became a world of consumers, from the fifteenth century to the twenty-first
vol. 24 (2): 326-328
Cold war modernists: art, literature, and American cultural diplomacy
vol. 24 (2): 328-329
Mediterranean diasporas, politics and ideas in the long nineteenth century
vol. 24 (2): 329-331
Shadowlands: memory and history in Post-Soviet Estonia
vol. 24 (2): 331-332
The South African Gandhi: stretcher-bearer of empire
vol. 24 (2): 333-334
Children’s citizenly participation in the National Revolution: the instrumentalization of children in Vichy France
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Imperial cooperation at the margins of Europe: the European Commission of the Danube, 1856–65
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First World War Studies

Climax at Gallipoli: the failure of the August offensive
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Devil dogs chronicle: voices of the 4th marine brigade in World War I
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Devil dogs chronicle: voices of the 4th marine brigade in World War I
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Climax at Gallipoli: the failure of the August offensive
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The Russian army in the Great War: the Eastern Front, 1914–1917; Imperial apocalypse: the Great War and the destruction of the Russian Empire
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Preparing for blockade 1885–1914: naval contingency for economic warfare
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The Young Turks’ crime against humanity: The Armenian genocide and ethnic cleansing in the Ottoman Empire/The fall of the Ottomans: the Great War in the Middle East
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An intimate history of the front: masculinity, sexuality, and German soldiers in the First World War
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Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich: supreme commander of the Russian army
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For peace or money: French and British finance in the service of Tsars and Commissars
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French History

SSFH Society News
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Rogue diplomacy: Sartine, Saint-Lubin and the French attempt to recover ‘Lost India’, 1776–80
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