Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Historical Research

The decline of the Liberal party in the heart of England: the Liberals in Leicestershire, 1914–24
Gavin J. Freeman, ONLINE EARLY
National Service: the University of London Library during the Second World War
Colonial autonomy and Cold War diplomacy: Hong Kong and the case of Anthony Grey, 1967–9
James Fellows, ONLINE EARLY
War, religion and anti-slavery ideology: Isaac Nelson's radical abolitionist examination of the American civil war
Daniel Ritchie, ONLINE EARLY
Combined operations and British strategy, 1900–9
Shawn Grimes, ONLINE EARLY
British humanitarianism and the Russian famine, 1891–2
Memories of violence and New English identities in early modern Ireland
Joan Redmond, ONLINE EARLY
Anne of Kiev (c.1024–c.1075) and a reassessment of maternal power in the minority kingship of Philip I of France
Emily Joan Ward, ONLINE EARLY
Recording, reporting and printing the Cromwellian ‘kingship debates’ of 1657
Jonathan Fitzgibbons, ONLINE EARLY
Bede's sources for his references to ‘hides’ in the Ecclesiastical History and the History of the Abbots
Richard Shaw, ONLINE EARLY
An inflammatory match? Public anxiety and political assurance at the wedding of William III and Mary II
Catriona Murray, ONLINE EARLY
Magna Carta, canon law and pastoral care: excommunication and the church's publication of the charter
Felicity G. Hill, ONLINE EARLY
‘A mission he bore – to Duke William he came’: Harold Godwineson's Commentum and his covert ambitions
Ad F. J. van Kempen, ONLINE EARLY
The English parishes and knights' fees tax of 1428: a study in fiscal politics and administration
Alex Brayson, ONLINE EARLY


Issue Information - TOC
vol. 101 (346): 333-333
Notes on Contributors
vol. 101 (346): 334-335
Introduction: Military and Political Violence in History and Theory
MARK HEWITSON, vol. 101 (346): 337-361
A (Conceptual) History of Violence
ADRIANO VINALE, vol. 101 (346): 362-378
Political Violence, Violent Politics: Protestant Democrats and Republicans at War in Virginia, 1862
JOHN H. MATSUI, vol. 101 (346): 379-395
German Soldiers and the Horror of War: Fear of Death and the Joy of Killing in 1870 and 1914
MARK HEWITSON, vol. 101 (346): 396-424
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