The Journal of Modern History 94 (2022), 1

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The Journal of Modern History 94 (2022), 1

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Journal of Modern History
United States
The Editors The Journal of Modern History University of Chicago Social Science Research Building, Box 122 1126 E. 59th Street Chicago, IL 60637 Telephone: (773) 702-7227 Fax: (773) 702-8830
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin



Forgetting the Great War? The Langemarck Myth between Cultural Oblivion and Critical Memory in (West) Germany, 1945–2014
Mark Connelly and Stefan Goebel
pp. 1–41

Murder and Memory at the Munich Olympics
Noel D. Cary
pp. 42–85

Asylum Seekers, Antiforeigner Violence, and Coming to Terms with the Past after German Reunification
Christopher A. Molnar
pp. 86–126


“A Forgetting for Everyone, by Everyone”? Spain’s Memory Laws and the Rise of the European Community of Memory, 1977–2007
Julia López Fuentes
pp. 127–162


Daniel B. Schwartz, Ghetto: The History of a Word
Francesca Bregoli
pp. 163–164

Rudolf Schlögl, Religion and Society at the Dawn of Modern Europe: Christianity Transformed, 1750–1850
David Spadafora
pp. 164–166

Nick Groom, The Vampire: A New History.; Thomas M. Bohn, The Vampire: Origins of a European Myth
Kathryn A. Edwards
pp. 166–168

Ariel Evan Mayse and Sam Berrin Shonkoff, eds., Hasidism: Writings on Devotion, Community, and Life in the Modern World
David Biale
pp. 169–170

Daniel Chirot, You Say You Want a Revolution? Radical Idealism and Its Tragic Consequences
Dan Edelstein
pp. 170–172

Henning Trüper, Orientalism, Philology, and the Illegibility of the Modern World
Doug McGetchin
pp. 172–174

Oded Y. Steinberg, Race, Nation, History: Anglo-German Thought in the Victorian Era
H. Glenn Penny
pp. 174–175

Philipp Stelzel, History after Hitler: A Transatlantic Enterprise
William W. Hagen
pp. 175–177

David M. Crowe, ed., Stalin’s Soviet Justice: “Show” Trials, War Crimes Trials, and Nuremberg
Yoram Gorlizki
pp. 177–179

Rudolf Mrázek, The Complete Lives of Camp People: Colonialism, Fascism, Concentrated Modernity
Dan Stone
pp. 179–181

Kiran Klaus Patel, Project Europe: A History
Mathias Haeussler
pp. 181–183

Lorenz M. Lüthi, Cold Wars: Asia, the Middle East, Europe
Austin Jersild
pp. 183–185

James Mark, Bogdan C. Iacob, Tobais Rupprecht, and Ljubica Spaskovska, 1989: A Global History of Eastern Europe; Piotr H. Kosicki and Kyrill Kunakhovich, The Long 1989: Decades of Global Revolution
William I. Hitchcock
pp. 185–187

Rory Muir, Gentlemen of Uncertain Fortune: How Younger Sons Made Their Way in Jane Austen’s England
Peter Geoffrey Barry Hicks
pp. 187–188

Anton Howes, Arts and Minds: How the Royal Society of Arts Changed a Nation
Theodore Koditschek
pp. 189–190

Jennifer Davey, Mary, Countess of Derby, and the Politics of Victorian Britain
Arianne Chernock
pp. 190–192

Christopher Bischof, Teaching Britain: Elementary Teachers and the State of the Everyday, 1846–1906
Heather Ellis
pp. 192–193

Prashant Kidambi, Cricket Country: An Indian Odyssey in the Age of Empire
Kausik Bandyopadhyay
pp. 194–196

Jordanna Bailkin, Unsettled: Refugee Camps and the Making of Multicultural Britain
Andrew Thompson
pp. 196–197

Charlotte Greenhalgh, Aging in Twentieth-Century Britain; Nick Hubble, Jennie Taylor, and Philip Tew, eds., Growing Old with the Welfare State: Eight British Lives
Sandra Trudgen Dawson
pp. 198–201

Rob Waters, Thinking Black: Britain, 1964–1985; Kieran Connell, Black Handsworth: Race in 1980s Britain
Jodi Burkett
pp. 201–204

Scott Francis, Advertising the Self in Renaissance France: Lemaire, Marot, and Rabelais
Zachary S. Schiffman
pp. 204–205

James E. McClellan III, Old Regime France and Its Jetons: Pointillist History and Numismatics
Jotham Parsons
pp. 206–207

Emma Rothschild, An Infinite History: The Story of a Family in France over Three Centuries
William H. Sewell
pp. 207–209

Patrice Gueniffey, Napoleon and de Gaulle: Heroes and History
David A. Bell
pp. 209–211

Viera Rebolledo-Dhuin, Du livre à la finance: Crédit et discrédit de la librairie parisienne au XIXe siècle
Erika Vause
pp. 211–212

Haydon Cherry, Down and Out in Saigon: Stories of the Poor in a Colonial City
Aro Velmet
pp. 213–214

Philippe Marchand, ed., Raconter la guerre: Souvenirs des élèves du département du Nord (1920)
Martha Hanna
pp. 214–216

Brian P. Copenhaver, Magic and the Dignity of Man: Pico della Mirandola and His Oration in Modern Memory
Marco Piana
pp. 216–217

Giovanni Orsina and Andrea Ungari, eds., The “Jewish Question” in the Territories Occupied by Italians, 1939–1943
David I. Kertzer
pp. 217–219

Joan Maria Thomàs, José Antonio Primo de Rivera: The Reality and Myth of a Spanish Fascist Leader
George Esenwein
pp. 219–221

Philipp Müller, Geschichte machen: Historisches Forschen und die Politik der Archive
George S. Williamson
pp. 221–223

Arnold Suppan, Hitler–Beneš–Tito: National Conflicts, World Wars, Genocides, Expulsions, and Divided Remembrance in East-Central and Southeastern Europe, 1848–2018
Igor Lukes
pp. 223–225

Brendan Simms, Hitler: A Global Biography
Derek Hastings
pp. 225–227

Amir Teicher, Social Mendelism: Genetics and the Politics of Race in Germany, 1900–1948
Egbert Klautke
pp. 227–229

Alan Rosen, The Holocaust’s Jewish Calendars: Keeping Time Sacred, Making Time Holy
Elisheva Carlebach
pp. 229–230

Evan Burr Bukey, Juvenile Crime and Dissent in Nazi Vienna, 1938–1945
Tim Kirk
pp. 230–232

Erica Carter, Jan Palmowski, and Katrin Schreiter, eds., German Division as Shared Experience: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Postwar Everyday
Jason Johnson
pp. 232–234

Hugh Ridley, Law in West German Democracy: Seventy Years of History as Seen through German Courts
Kenneth F. Ledford
pp. 234–235

Veronika Pehe, Velvet Retro: Postsocialist Nostalgia and the Politics of Heroism in Czech Popular Culture
Eagle Glassheim
pp. 236–237

Lesley Chamberlain, Ministry of Darkness: How Sergei Uvarov Created Conservative Modern Russia
G. M. Hamburg
pp. 237–239

Ronald Grigor Suny, Stalin: Passage to Revolution
J. Arch Getty
pp. 239–241

Brendan McGeever, Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution
Kenneth B. Moss
pp. 241–243

Stephen Velychenko, Propaganda in Revolutionary Ukraine: Leaflets, Pamphlets, and Cartoons, 1917–1922
Mayhill Fowler
pp. 243–244

Jay Bergman, The French Revolutionary Tradition in Russian and Soviet Politics, Political Thought, and Culture
Jonathan Beecher
pp. 245–246

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