Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

Up, Up and Across: Superman, the Second World War and the Historical Development of Transmedia Storytelling
Blood, Thunder and Showgirls: The Merchant Navy on the BBC, 1939–1945
Screening black political struggle on 1970s British Television: the case of the Play for Today, A Hole in Babylon (1979)
‘Did you ever notice this dot in the Mediterranean?’ Colonial Cyprus in the post-war British documentary
Filming the retreat from Burma, 1942: British newsreel coverage of the longest retreat in British Army history

Historical Research

Liberal Unionism and political representation in Wales, c.1886–1893
Naomi Lloyd-Jones, ONLINE EARLY
Humanitarian assistance during the Rif War (Morocco, 1921–6): the International Committee of the Red Cross and ‘an unfortunate affair’
Pablo La Porte, ONLINE EARLY
Local initiative, central oversight, provincial perspective: governing police forces in nineteenth-century Leeds
David Churchill, ONLINE EARLY
The seditious murder of Thomas of Sibthorpe and the Great Statute of Treasons, 1351–2


The Hopkins Touch. By David L. Roll. Oxford University Press. 2013. 481pp. $34.95.
Richard M. Wevill, vol. 100 (339): 159-161
The Indian Great Awakening: Religion and the Shaping of Native Cultures in Early America. By Linford D. Fisher. Oxford University Press. 2012. xii + 296pp. $34.95.
Kathryn N. Gray, vol. 100 (339): 158-159
Exploring Atlantic Transitions: Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands. Edited by Peter E. Pope, with Shannon Lewis-Simpson. Boydell and Brewer. 2013. xix + 349pp. £30.00.
Catherine Armstrong, vol. 100 (339): 156-157
Modern Dublin: Urban Change and the Irish Past, 1957–1973. By Erika Hanna. Oxford University Press. 2013. x + 230pp. £60.00.
Shaun McDaid, vol. 100 (339): 153-155
Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan: A Very Political Special Relationship. By James Cooper. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. ix + 261pp. £55.00.
Robert Crowcroft, vol. 100 (339): 155-156
The Ambiguity of Virtue: Gertrude van Tijn and the Fate of the Dutch Jews. By Bernard Wasserstein. Harvard University Press. 2014. 352pp. $29.95/£20.00/€25.00.
Ulrich Tiedau, vol. 100 (339): 151-153
Postcolonial Germany: Memories of Empire in a Decolonized Nation. By Britta Schilling. Oxford University Press. 2014. xiv + 258pp. £65.00.
Rachel O'Sullivan, vol. 100 (339): 150-151
Haig and Kitchener in Twentieth-Century Britain: Remembrance, Representation and Appropriation by Stephen Heathorn. Ashgate. 2013. 268pp. £70.00.
Joel Morley, vol. 100 (339): 147-149
Labour and the Caucus: Working-Class Radicalism and Organised Liberalism in England, 1868–1888. By James Owen. Liverpool University Press. 2014. viii + 256pp. £70.00.
Antony Taylor, vol. 100 (339): 145-147
British Naval Power in the East, 1794–1805: The Command of Admiral Peter Rainier. By Peter A. Ward. Boydell. 2013. xii + 285pp. £65.00.
Evan Wilson, vol. 100 (339): 142-143
Everyday Heroism: Victorian Constructions of the Heroic Civilian. By John Price. Bloomsbury. 2014. xii + 265. £65.00.
Hugh Cunningham, vol. 100 (339): 144-145
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