Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Family & Community History

HOW DID THE POOR COPE WITH ILLNESS: PERSPECTIVES FROM EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY OXFORD
Richard Dyson, vol. 17 (2): 86-100
‘A STUBBORN, INTRACTABLE BODY’: RESISTANCE TO THE WORKHOUSE IN WALES, 1834–1877
Megan Evans, vol. 17 (2): 101-121
THE MEDICALISATION OF A PARISH WORKHOUSE IN GEORGIAN WESTMINSTER: ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS, 1725–1824
J. Boulton, vol. 17 (2): 122-140
Society News
vol. 17 (2): 141-143
Book Reviews
vol. 17 (2): 144-155

First World War Studies

Serbian and Habsburg Military institutional legacies in Yugoslavia after 1918
vol. 5 (3): 319-335
The romance of Siberian captivity: German POWs of the First World War in Friede H. Kraze's interwar novel The Magical Forests
vol. 5 (3): 287-304
First World War nursing: new perspectives
vol. 5 (3): 346-347
At war in distant waters: British colonial defence in the great war
vol. 5 (3): 349-351
The Royal Navy and the German threat, 1901–1914: admiralty plans to protect British trade in a war against Germany
vol. 5 (3): 343-345
The Pan-German League and radical nationalist politics in interwar Germany, 1918–1939
vol. 5 (3): 347-349
Prisoners of Britain: German civilian and combatant internees during the First World War
vol. 5 (3): 342-343
Contested commemorations: republican war veterans and Weimar political culture
vol. 5 (3): 351-353
The Russian origins of the First World War
vol. 5 (3): 340-342
Verdun: the longest battle of the great war
vol. 5 (3): 337-338
The Romanian Battlefront in World War I
vol. 5 (3): 338-340
Writing the ‘ill-managed nursery’: British POW memoirs of the First World War
vol. 5 (3): 267-286
Beyond ‘The Bleak and Dismal Shore:’ the wartime and postwar experiences of American Four Minute Men, 1917–1927
vol. 5 (3): 305-318
Peace-mongering in 1913: the Carnegie international commission of inquiry and its report on the Balkan Wars
vol. 5 (2): 147-162
Labour and the monarchy: patriotism and republicanism during the Great War
vol. 5 (2): 163-179
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