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The Anxious Triumph: A Global History of Capitalism, 1860-1914

Queen Mary, University of London
Capitalism has co-existed with many different kinds of states, from Victorian Britain to republican France and confederate Switzerland, from Fascist […]
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Donald Sassoon on One Hundred Years of Socialism

Queen Mary, University of London
Donald Sassoon traces the fortunes of the political parties of the left in Western Europe across 14 countries, covering the […]
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The Mediterranean and North Africa, 1940–1944

University of Leeds
Simon Ball explores the components of French strategic analysis and decision-making down to the defeat of June 1940. He proposes […]
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Die Schöne Heimat? Depictions of Germany in a popular photobook from the Second Empire to the Federal Republic

University of Manchester
While existing studies of twentieth-century German photobooks have understandably sought out volumes by the most iconic photographers, with the most […]
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Hiding the Colonial Past? A Comparison of European Archival Policies

Kings College London
Displaced archives are a common legacy of colonialism. This chapter examines the similarities and differences between the ‘migrated archives’ and […]
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France, Prussia or Germany? The Napoleonic Wars and Shifting Allegiances in the Rhineland

Kings College London
Michael Rowe discusses the Rhineland, and more specifically, the region on the left (or west) bank of the Rhine bounded […]
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Die Sichtbarkeit der Macht: Symbolische Repraesentation von Herrschaft im napoleonischen Kaiserreich

Kings College London
The period 1789–1815 was characterised by “regime change”. New states experienced a profound deficit in legitimacy. In the long term, […]
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The Colonial Sinews of Imperial Power

University College London
Aaron Graham uses a new data-set to calculate the ‘political economy’ or nature and purpose of taxation and spending in […]
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Understanding the imaginary war

University of Sheffield
Benjamin Ziemann offers a fresh interpretation of the Cold War as an imaginary war, a conflict that had imaginations of […]
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Violence and the German Soldier in the Great War

University of Sheffield
During the Great War, mass killing took place on an unprecedented scale. Violence and the German Soldier in the Great War explores […]
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