Journal of Contemporary History 57 (2022), 2

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Journal of Contemporary History 57 (2022), 2

London [u.a.] 2022: Sage Publications
Quarterly: January, April, July, October



Journal of Contemporary History (JCH)
United Kingdom
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

The Journal of Contemporary History (JCH) is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles and book reviews on twentieth-century history (post-1930), covering a broad range of historical approaches including social, economic, political, diplomatic, intellectual and cultural. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


Editorial Statement
Richard J. Evans, Mary Neuburger
pp. 211–211

Special Section: The UN and the Colonial World
Guest Editor: Giusi Russo

The UN and the Colonial World: New Questions and New Directions
Giusi Russo
pp. 212–217

Colonial Exceptions: The International Labour Organization and Child Labour in British Africa, c.1919–40
Sacha Hepburn, April Jackson
pp. 218–241

Liberal Internationalism, Decolonization, and International Accountability at the United Nations: The British Dilemma
Robert D. Venosa
pp. 242–267

‘Hidden Motives’? African Women, Forced Marriage and Knowledge Production at the United Nations, 1950–62
Rhian Elinor Keyse
pp. 268–292

Gatekeepers to Decolonisation: Recentring the UN Peacekeepers on the Frontline of West Papua’s Re-colonisation, 1962–3
Margot Tudor
pp. 293–316

Creating Destinations for a Better Tomorrow: UN Development Aid for Cultural Tourism in the 1960s
Marie Huber
pp. 317–340


‘The Franco Way’: The American Right and the Spanish Civil War, 1936–9
Austin J. Clements
pp. 341–364

Outwitting the Gestapo? German Communist Resistance between Loyalty and Betrayal
Udo Grashoff
pp. 365–386

Japanese Internment of Allied Civilians in the Second World War China: Perspectives on the Enemy Aliens Protection Mechanism
Chan Yang
pp. 387–411

Mina All New: An Unmarried Mother on Italian Television in the Early 1960s
Emma Barron
pp. 412–432

‘Wars Begin in the Minds of Men’: Psychiatry and the Cold War Antinuclear Movement
Paula A. Michaels
pp. 433–454

Disenchanting Socialist Internationalism: Polish Workers in Czechoslovakia and East Germany, 1962–91
Ondřej Klípa
pp. 455–478

Socialist Construction for Siberia: Comecon Cooperation and the Making of Ust'-Ilimsk Forest Industrial Complex in the USSR, 1970s and 1980s
Elena Kochetkova, Aleksei Popov
pp. 479–498

Book reviews

Book Review: House of Government: A Saga of the Russian Revolution by Yury Slezkine
Christopher Read
pp. 499–501

Book Review: A Brief History of Fascist Lies by Federico Finchelstein
Roger Eatwell
pp. 501–502

Book Review: Dying for the Nation: Death, Grief and Bereavement in Second World War Britain by Lucy Noakes
Jacinta Mallon
pp. 502–504

Book Review: People Must Live By Work: Direct Job Creation in America, from FDR to Reagan by Steven Attewell
pp. 504–505

Book Review: Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance After Communism by Jelena Subotić
Claire E. Aubin
pp. 505–507

Book Review: The August Trials: The Holocaust and Postwar Justice in Poland by Andrew Kornbluth
Ewa Stańczyk
pp. 507–509

Book Review: Inventing the Myth: Political Passions and the Ulster Protestant Imagination by Connal Parr
Marc Mulholland
pp. 509–510

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