Bibliographic update April 2017: All

English Historical Review

Consumption and Violence: Radical Protest in Cold War West Germany, by Alexander Sedlmaier
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Hunger Strike: Margaret Thatcher’s Battle with the IRA, by Thomas Hennessey
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Zwischen Grenzen: Die Geschichte des Schengen-Raums aus deutschen, französischen und polnischen Perspektiven, by Angela Siebold
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From Pompeii: The Afterlife of a Roman Town, by Ingrid Rowland
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Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels: How Human Values Evolve, by Ian Morris
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Dante’s British Public: Readers and Texts, from the Fourteenth Century to the Present, by Nick Havely
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European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

Slavery in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia
vol. 24 (2): 325-326
Slavery in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia
vol. 24 (2): 325-326
Introductory remarks: space, chronology and the Habsburg home fronts
vol. 24 (2): 176-184
Habsburg home fronts during the Great War
vol. 24 (2): 171-175
The wartime treatment of the Italian-speaking population in Austria-Hungary
vol. 24 (2): 185-199
Galicia: a bulwark against Russia? Propaganda and violence in a border region during the First World War
vol. 24 (2): 200-213
Denunciation and the decline of the Habsburg home front during the First World War
vol. 24 (2): 214-228
Local politics during the First World War: political players in the armaments center Wiener Neustadt
vol. 24 (2): 229-249
The Long First World War and the survival of business elites in East-Central Europe: Transylvania’s industrial boom and the enrichment of economic elites
vol. 24 (2): 250-272
The social degeneration of the Habsburg home front: “forbidden intercourse” and POWs during the First World War
vol. 24 (2): 273-287
For God and/or emperor: Habsburg Romanian military chaplains and wartime propaganda in camps for returning POWs
vol. 24 (2): 288-304
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
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