Bibliographic update July 2014: All


Streetlife: The Untold Story of Europe's Twentieth Century. By Leif Jerram. Oxford University Press. 2013. x + 477pp. £12.99.
Pamela Pilbeam, vol. 99 (335): 353-354
Exporting Empire: Africa, Colonial Officials and the Construction of the Imperial State, c. 1900–39. By Christopher Prior. Manchester University Press. 2013. xviii + 199pp. £60.00.
Giacomo Macola, vol. 99 (335): 354-356
Right-Wing Spain in the Civil War Era: Soldiers of God and Apostles of the Fatherland, 1914–45. Edited by Alejandro Quiroga and Miguel Ángel Arco . Continuum. 2012. xix + 231pp. £19.99.
Julius Ruiz, vol. 99 (335): 356-358
Wales since 1939. By Martin Johnes. Manchester University Press. 2012. 496pp. £16.99.
Maia Jones, vol. 99 (335): 358-359
Worth Saving: Disabled Children during the Second World War. By Sue Wheatcroft. Manchester University Press. 2013. xx + 204pp. £65.00.
Mike Mantin, vol. 99 (335): 359-361
Visions of Annihilation: The Ustasha Regime and the Cultural Politics of Fascism 1941–1945. By Rory Yeomans. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2013. x + 446pp. £29.95.
Francesco Messina, vol. 99 (335): 361-363
A Small Town near Auschwitz: Ordinary Nazis and the Holocaust. By Mary Fulbrook. Oxford University Press. 2012. 448pp. £20.00.
Jan Láníček, vol. 99 (335): 363-365
The Perils of Peace: The Public Health Crisis in Occupied Germany. By Jessica Reinisch. Oxford University Press. 2013. xii + 324pp. £65.00/$125.00.
Geoffrey Cocks, vol. 99 (335): 365-367
Pierre Laroque and the Welfare State in Postwar France. By Eric Jabbari. Oxford University Press. 2012. vi + 188pp. £65.00.
Matt Perry, vol. 99 (335): 367-369
Moving Stories: An Intimate History of Four Women across Two Countries. By Alistair Thomson. Manchester University Press. 2011. xii + 344pp. £18.95. A Short History of Migration. By Massimo Livi-Bacci. Translated by Carl Ipsen. Polity. 2012. x + 157pp.
Peter Leese, vol. 99 (335): 369-372
Governing Post-war Britain: The Paradoxes of Progress, 1951–1973. By Glen O'Hara. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. xi + 309pp. £60.00.
Hugh Pemberton, vol. 99 (335): 373-347
Communism Unwrapped: Consumption in Cold War Eastern Europe. Edited by Paulina Bren and Mary Neuburger . Oxford University Press. 2012. 413pp. £18.99.
Francesco Messina, vol. 99 (335): 375-376
Religion and the Demographic Revolution: Women and Secularisation in Canada, Ireland, UK and USA since the 1960s. By Callum G. Brown. Boydell. 2012. xiv + 302pp. £55.00.
Neil Armstrong, vol. 99 (335): 376-378
Europe's 1968: Voices of Revolt. Edited by Robert Gildea , James Mark and Anette Warring . Oxford University Press. 2013. xiv + 382pp. £65.00.
David Fowler, vol. 99 (335): 378-381
Notes on Contributors
vol. 99 (335): 0-0
Introduction: Human Rights and the History of Violence in the Early British Empire
Brendan Kane, ONLINE EARLY
The Deep Roots of Albion's Fatal Tree: The Tudor State and the Monopoly of Violence
Organized Violence in the Elizabethan Monarchical Republic
Malcolm Smuts, ONLINE EARLY
Ordinary Violence? Ireland as Emergency in the Tudor State
Brendan Kane, ONLINE EARLY
‘As lief to the gallows as go to the Irish wars’: Human Rights and the Abuse of the Elizabethan Soldier in Ireland, 1600–1603
Vincent Carey, ONLINE EARLY
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