Journal of Contemporary History 57 (2022), 3

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Journal of Contemporary History 57 (2022), 3

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).



The Expulsion of Academic Teaching Staff from German Universities, 1933–45
Michael Grüttner

The Portuguese ‘New State’ and the Diffusion of Authoritarian Models in Interwar Latin America
António Costa Pinto

Incompetence or Ingenuity? Why Did Nazi Germany Not Seek Closer Wartime Economic Cooperation with Italy?
Jonas Scherner

Religion, Patriotism and War Experience in Digitized Wartime Letters in Finland, 1939–44
Ilari Taskinen, Risto Turunen, Lauri Uusitalo, and Ville Kivimäki

Patterns of Silence: French Witnesses of Nazi Crimes in Occupied Ukraine
Paula Chan

A Hard Sell: The Nazi Film Ohm Krüger in Wartime France
Brett Bowles and Roel Vande Winkel

The Soviet Myth and the Making of Communist Lives in Italy, 1943–56
Rosario Forlenza

‘Appeasement Gone Mad’: The Riga Ghetto Case and the Politics of British War Crimes Trials
Samuel Miner

Challenging the Argentine Melting Pot: Peronism, Hispanidad, and Cultural Diversity
Raanan Rein

Selling ‘New’ China: Marketing and the Unmaking of a Semi-colonial State
Jason M. Kelly

Escape From the Cold War: Planning Civilian Evacuation from British-Occupied Germany, 1946–55
Grace Huxford

Dealing with ‘Returns’: African Decolonization and Repatriation to Italy, 1947–70
Alessandra Vigo

Mariquitas, ‘Marvellous Race Created by God’: The Judicial Prosecution of Homosexuality in Francoist Andalusia, 1955–70 Javier
Fernández Galeano

The Aborted ICT-CITEC Agreement: Causes of the Failure of Anglo-French Information Technology Cooperation in 1965
Laureen Kuo

Book reviews

Book Reviews: Black British History: New Perspectives by Hakim Adi Katie Donington

Book Review: From Byron to bin Laden: A History of Foreign War Volunteers by Nir Arielli Fraser Raeburn

Book Review: Raymond Aron and Liberal Thought in the Twentieth Century by Iain Stewart Bryan-Paul Frost

Book Review: Today Sardines Are Not For Sale. A Street Protest in Occupied Paris by Paula Schwartz Fabrice Grenard

Book Review: The Dope: The Real History of the Mexican Drug Trade by Benjamin T. Smith Andrew Paxman

Book Review: Designing One Nation: The Politics of Economic Culture and Trade in Divided Germany by Katrin Schreiter Katarzyna Jeżowska

Book Review: Anthony Eden, Anglo-American Relations and the 1954 Indochina Crisis by Kevin Ruane & Matthew Jones James Ellison

Book Review: The Media, European Integration and the Rise of Euro-Journalism, 1950s–1970s by Martin Herzer Martin Conboy

Book Review: Cuba and Africa 1959–1994: Writing an Alternative Atlantic History by Giulia Bonacci, Adrien Delmas and Kali Argyriadis Dirk Kruijt

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