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The Historical Journal 60 (2017), 1

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The Historical Journal 60 (2017), 1
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Julian Hoppit, University College London und Andrew Preston, University of Cambridge
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Historical Journal (HJ)
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United Kingdom
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Historical Journal Faculty of History West Road Cambridge CB3 9EF
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Rampf, Sören

Founded in 1958, The Historical Journal publishes on all aspects of history since 1500, providing a forum for younger scholars making a distinguished debut as well as publishing the work of historians with an international reputation. The journal publishes original research in full-length articles and shorter communications and major surveys of the field in historiographical reviews and review articles. Contributions are aimed both at specialists and non-specialists.

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Articles

STAGING FRIENDSHIP: MUSSOLINI AND HITLER IN GERMANY IN 1937
CHRISTIAN GOESCHEL
pp 149 – 172
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X15000540

MILITANT CATHOLICISM, INTERCONFESSIONAL RELATIONS, AND THE ROOKWOOD FAMILY OF STANNINGFIELD, SUFFOLK, c. 1689–1737
CARYS BROWN
pp 21 – 45
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X15000503

Historiographical Review

THE REPUBLIC OF THE REFUGEES: EARLY MODERN MIGRATIONS AND THE DUTCH EXPERIENCE
GEERT H. JANSSEN
pp 233 – 252
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X1600039X

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ISLANDERS, PROTESTANT MISSIONARIES, AND TRADITIONS REGARDING THE PAST IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY POLYNESIA*
TOM SMITH
pp 71 – 94
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X16000157

CIVIL SERVANTS, POLITICAL HISTORY, AND THE INTERPRETATION OF TRADITIONS*
DENNIS C. GRUBE
pp 173 – 196
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X15000527

'CONTESTS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE': BY-ELECTIONS, THE LABOUR PARTY, AND THE RESHAPING OF BRITISH RADICALISM, 1924–1929
MALCOLM R. PETRIE
pp 121 – 148
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X16000066

REVERSE EMULATION AND THE CULT OF JAPANESE EFFICIENCY IN EDWARDIAN BRITAIN
CHIKA TONOOKA
pp 95 – 119
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X15000539

BRITAIN, THE TWO WORLD WARS, AND THE PROBLEM OF NARRATIVE
DAVID REYNOLDS
pp 197 – 231
doi: 10.1017/S0018246X16000509

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26.02.2017
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