Bibliographic update July 2015: All


The Clergy in Khaki: New Perspectives on British Army Chaplaincy in the First World War. Edited by Michael Snape and Edward Madigan. Ashgate. 2013. xvi + 222pp. £70.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 100 (341): 481-483
Prisoners of Britain: German Civilian and Combatant Internees during the First World War. By Panikos Panayi. Manchester University Press. 2012. xvii + 342pp. £65.00.
David Monger, vol. 100 (341): 483-485
The Anatomy of Terror: Political Violence under Stalin. Edited by James Harris. Oxford University Press. 2013. x + 333pp. £67.00.
Jonathan Waterlow, vol. 100 (341): 485-488
Fight or Flight: Britain, France, and their Roads from Empire. By Martin Thomas. Oxford University Press. 2014. xvii + 539pp. £25.00.
Benjamin Grob-Fitzgibbon, vol. 100 (341): 488-490
The Wind of Change: Harold Macmillan and British Decolonization. Edited by L. J. Butler and Sarah Stockwell. Palgrave Macmillan. 2013. x + 281pp. £63.00.
Michael Collins, vol. 100 (341): 490-492
Images of England through Popular Music: Class, Youth and Rock ’n’ Roll, 1955-1976. By Keith Gildart. Palgrave Macmillan. 2013. x + 290pp. £58.00.
David Fowler, vol. 100 (341): 492-495
Frontier Boosters: Port Townsend and the Culture of Development in the American West. By Elaine Naylor. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2014. xv + 296pp. $32.95/£20.99.
Robert Willoughby, vol. 100 (341): 495-496
A Lincoln Dialogue. By James A. Rawley. Edited and with a foreword by William G. Thomas. University of Nebraska Press. 2014. 585pp. $49.95/£36.00.
George Conyne, vol. 100 (341): 497-497
The Making of Arab Americans: From Syrian Nationalism to U.S. Citizenship. By Hani J. Bawardi. University of Texas Press. 2014. xvi + 382pp. $65.00/£45.00.
Jason McDonald, vol. 100 (341): 497-499
Tocqueville's Nightmare: The Administrative State Emerges in America, 1900-1940. By Daniel R. Ernst. Oxford University Press. 2014. ix + 226pp. £25.99.
George Conyne, vol. 100 (341): 499-500
Nixon, Kissinger and the Shah: The United States and Iran in the Cold War. By Roham Alvandi. Oxford University Press. 2014. xii + 255pp. £35.99.
David Sarias Rodríguez, vol. 100 (341): 500-502
Thirteen Days in September: Carter, Begin, and Sadat at Camp David. By Lawrence Wright. Alfred A. Knopf. 2014. 368pp. $27.95/£20.00.
Jeffrey Bloodworth, vol. 100 (341): 502-504
Bargaining on Nuclear Tests: Washington and its Cold War Deals. By Or Rabinowitz. Oxford University Press. 2014. xiv + 256pp. £50.00.
Malcolm Craig, vol. 100 (341): 504-505
Notes on Contributors
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Intelligence Studies: The British Invasion
Richard H. Immerman, vol. 100 (340): 163-166
The Burgeoning Fissures of Dissent: Allen Dulles and the Selling of the CIA in the Aftermath of the Bay of Pigs
Simon Willmetts, vol. 100 (340): 167-188
American Journalism and the Landscape of Secrecy: Tad Szulc, the CIA and Cuba
Richard J. Aldrich, vol. 100 (340): 189-209
The ‘Incredible Wrongness’ of Nikita Khrushchev: The CIA and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Len Scott, vol. 100 (340): 210-228
Journalism, Intelligence and the New York Times: Cyrus L. Sulzberger, Harrison E. Salisbury and the CIA
Matthew Jones, vol. 100 (340): 229-250
Turning Against the CIA: Whistleblowers During the ‘Time of Troubles’
Christopher Moran, vol. 100 (340): 251-274
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