Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 2

Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 2.

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Editor(s): Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield, UK Jonathan Morris, University College London, UK
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Editors: Jonathan Morris, University of Hertfordshire, UK Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield, UK Patricia Clavin, University of Oxford, UK John Connelly, University of California, Berkeley, USA Holger Nehring, University of Sheffield, UK
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Research Articles

Hetmanka and Mother: Representing the Virgin Mary in Modern Poland, BRIAN PORTER, pp 151-170

A Spanish Genocide? Reflections on the Francoist Repression after the Spanish Civil War, JULIUS RUIZ, pp 171-191

Anti-communism at Home, Europeanism Abroad: Italian Cultural Policy at the Venice Biennale, 1948–1958, NANCY JACHEC, pp 193-217

‘In our District, the State Is Secure’: The East German Secret Police Response to the Events of 1989 in Perleberg District, GARY BRUCE, pp 219-244

Review Articles

European Empire and the Making of the Modern World: Recent Books and Old Arguments, GIUSEPPE FINALDI, pp 245-258

Victims, Veterans and Cuckoo Clocks: Recent Books on Switzerland and the Second World War, ALEXIS SCHWARZENBACH, pp 259-270

Recent Literature on British Policy in the Middle East, 1945–67, MAGNUS P. S. PERSSON, pp 271-276

Note on Contributors, pp 277-278

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