The Historical Journal
vol. 36, 1993 – vol. 45, 2002

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Historical Journal 36, 1993
G.W. BERNARD, Anne Boleyn's religion, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 1
Hiram MORGAN, Hugh O'Neill and the Nine Years War in Tudor Ireland, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 21
Mark KNIGHTS, London's 'Monster' Petition of 1680, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 39
Sharon KETTERING, Brokerage at the court of Louis XIV, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 69
P.G.M. DICKSON, Joseph II's reshaping of the Austrian church, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 89
Christina RATHGEBER, The reception of Brandenburg-Prussia's New Lutheran Hymnal of 1781, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 115
Henry HORWITZ; James OLDHAM, John Locke, Lord Mansfield and arbitration during the eighteenth century, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 137
Jeremy SMITH, Bluff, bluster and brinkmanship: Andrew Bonar Law and the Third Home Rule Bill, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 161
D. Cameron WATT, British historians, the war guilt issue and post-war germanophobia: a documentary case, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 179
Stephen Corrado AZZI, The historiography of fascist foreign policy [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 187
Frances J. BREMER, A further broadening of 'British' History? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 205
Anthony FLETCHER, Power, myths and realities [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 211
D.L.L. PARRY, Passion, politics and the French Third Republic [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 217
Helen SMALL, Medical reform and the disillusionment of the radicals in nineteenth-century England [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 225
Catherine MERRIDALE, Glasnost and Stalin: new material, old questions [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 233
Derek HIRST; Steven ZWICKER, High Summer at Nun Appleton, 1651: Andrew Marvell and Lord Fairfax's Occasions, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 247
J.D. DAVIES, The navy, parliament and political crisis in the reign of Charles II, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 271
Tim HOCHSTRASSER, Conscience and reason: the natural law theory of Jean Barbeyrac, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 289
Clyve JONES, The new opposition in the house of lords, 1720-3, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 309
Stephen TAYLOR, Whigs, bishops and America: the politics of church reform in mid-eighteenth-century England, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 331
Clive EMSLEY, 'Mother, what did policement do when there weren't any motors?' The law, police and the regulation of motor traffic in England, 1900-1939, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 357
Amanda VICKERY, Golden age to separate spheres? A review of the categories and chronology of English women's history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 383
Pauline CROFT, Patronage and corruption, parliament and liberty in seventeenth-century England [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 415
Justin A.I. CHAMPION, Religion after the Restoration [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 423
Alan MACFARLANE, Japan and the West [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 431
Ludmilla JORDANOVA, Has the social history of medicine come of age? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 437
Linda B. FRITZINGER, Beyond biography: personality and politics in Wilhelmine history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 451
Theo BALDERSTON, Coping with catastrophes: economic policy, performance and institutions in troubles times, 1919-1955 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 455
David JARVIS, The road to 1931: the Conservative party and political realignment in early twentieth-century Britain [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 469
Martyn HOUSDEN, Opposition to National Socialism – an anatomy of failure? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 477
A.E. CAMPBELL, A fresh focus on the post-1945 world? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 487
Cary J. NEDERMAN, Humanism and empire: Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, Cicero and the imperial ideal, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 499
Palmira BRUMMETT, The overrated adversary: Rhodes and Ottoman naval power, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 517
Keith M. BROWN, The Scottish aristocracy, anglicization and the Court, 1603-38, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 543
Isabel RIVERS, 'Galen's Muscles': Wilkins, Hume and the educational use of argument from design, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 577
Peter N. MILLER, 'Freethinking' and 'Freedom of Thought' in eighteenth-century Britain, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 599
Michael WINSTANLEY, Oldham Radicalism and the origins of popular Liberalism, 1830-1852, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 619
William M. KUHN, Queen Victoria's civil list: what did she do with it?, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 645
Peter CATTERALL, Morality and politics: the free churches and the Labour Party between the wars, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 667
Robert A. NYE, The rise and fall of the Eugenics empire: recent perspectives on the impact of biomedical thought in modern society [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 687
Peter D. STACHURA, National Socialism and the German proletariat 1925-1935: old myths and new perspectives [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 701
Peter H. WILSON, New views of the old Reich [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 719
Jeanne SHAMI, Casuistry, prophecy and dissimulation: discourses of early modern interpretation [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 727
Johann P. SOMMERVILLE, Further light on Hobbes [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 733
Christopher CLARK, Culture, ideology and social change in America, 1700-1860 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 737
Frances KNIGHT, The Hanoverian church in transition: some recent perspectives [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 745
John A. MARINO, Creative accounting in the age of Philip II? Determining the 'just' rate of interest, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 761
Jim SMYTH, 'Like amphibious animals': Irish protestants, ancient Britons, 1691-1707, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 785
A.V. BEEDELL, John Reeves's prosecution for a seditious libel, 1795-6: a study in political cynicism, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 799
Iván Zoltán DÉNES, The value system of liberals and conservatives in Hungary, 1830-1848, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 825
David M. ANDERSON, Black mischief: crime, protest and resistance in colonial Kenya, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 851
Srdjan TRIFKOVIC, Rivalry between Germany and Italy in Croatia, 1942-1943, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 879
Geoffrey ELTON, How corrupt was Thomas Cromwell?, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 905
T.C. BARNARD, Farewell to Old Ireland [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 909
Austin WOOLRYCH, Datin Milton's History of Britain, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 929
Nicholas von MALTZAHN, Dating the digression in Milton's History of Britain, in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 945
Euan CAMERON, The impact of humanist values [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 957
M.J. BRADDICK, An English military revolution? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 965
Susan BAYLY, Extra-European history: the retreat from unity [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 977
Ira D. GRUBER, The American Civil War: engaging the passions of a people [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 987
Jon LAWRENCE, State and society in the shadow of war [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 993
D.L.L. PARRY, Nationalism and the state-nation [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 36, 1993, p. 1003


Historical Journal 37, 1994
Diarmaid MACCULLOCH, Two dons in politics: Thomas Cranmer and Stephen Gardiner, 1503-1533, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 1
Susan HOLLAND, Archbishop Abbot and the problem of 'puritanism', in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 23
John D. FORD, The lawful bonds of Scottish society: the Five Articles of Perth, the Negative Confession and the National Covenant, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 45
Jerzy LUKOWSKI, Recasting Utopia: Montesquieu, Rousseau and the Polish constitution of 3 May 1791, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 65
Michael DUREY, The Dublin Society of United Irishmen and the politics of the Carey-Drennan dispute, 1792-1794, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 89
Ian D. THATCHER, Trotsky and Bor'ba, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 113
Martin PETTER, 'Temporary Gentlemen' in the aftermath of the Great War: rank, status and the ex-officer problem, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 127
Kevin RUANE, Anthony Eden, British diplomacy and the origins of the Geneva Conference of 1954, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 153
Ina ZWEINIGER-BARGIELOWSKA, Rationing, auterity and the Conservative party recovery after 1945, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 173
R.W. SCRIBNER, Communalism: universal category or ideological construct? A debate in the historiography of early modern Germany and Switzerland [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 199
Antoine PROST, The impact of war on French and German political cultures [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 209
R.W. SCRIBNER, Magic, witchcraft and superstition [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 219
Conal CONDREN, The paradoxes of recontextualization in early modern intellectual history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 225
Francis J. BROOKS, Text and truth: reading Latin American history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 233
S.P. SALT, Sir Simonds D'Ewes and the levying of ship money, 1635-1640, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 253
Simon TARGETT, Government and ideology during the age of whig supremacy: the political argument of Sir Robert Walpole's newspaper propagandists, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 289
Paolo POMBENI, Starting in reason, ending in passion: Bryce, Lowell, Ostrogorski and the problem of democracy, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 319
Glenn FELDMAN, Labour repression in the American South: corporation, state and race in Alabama's coal-fields, 1917-1921, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 343
Richard C. VINEN, The end of an ideology? Right-wing antisemitism in France, 1944-1970, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 365
E.W. IVES, Ann Boleyn and the early reformation in England: the contemporary evidence, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 389
Glyn REDWORTH, Of pimps and princes: three unpublished letters from James I and the Prince of Wales relating to the Spanish match, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 401
Gerhard WETTIG, Stalin and German reunification: archival evidence on Soviet foreign policy in spring 1952, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 411
M. PERCEVAL-MAXWELL, The 'Antrim Plot' of 1641 – a myth? A response, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 421
Jane H. OHLMEYER, The 'Antrim Plot' of 1641: a rejoinder, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 431
Tom SCOTT, Renaissance and reformation revisited [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 439
Peter LAVEN, Venice and her dominions, 1381-1797 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 447
Stephen TAYLOR, Plus ça change …? New perspectives on the revolution of 1688 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 457
John SPURR, Revolution and the languages of liberty [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 471
Jeremy BLACK, States, strategy and struggle [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 477
Sabine HUTH, Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit: selected themes in contemporary German post-war history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 487
Susan BRIDGEN, Henry Howard, earl of Surrey and the 'Conjured League', in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 507
Paul CHRISTIANSON, Arguments on billeting and martial law in the parliament of 1628, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 539
Martin GREIG, Heresy hunt: Gilbert Burnet and the convocation controversy of 1701, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 569
Donal G. WILEMAN, Not the Radical republic: liberal ideology and central blandishment in France, 1901-1914, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 593
Harold JAMES; Marzenna JAMES, The origins of the cold war: some new documents, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 615
Helen M. SPEIGHT, 'The Politics of Good Governance': Thomas Cromwell and the government of the southwest of England, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 623
Mary L. ROBERTSON, A reply to Helen Speight, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 639
Jeremy BLACK, Historical atlases [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 643
David PARROTT, Dogma or documents? Three recent books on early modern Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 669
S.C. ROWELL, No longer all at sea? English Baltic studies [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 675
John STEVENSON, An unbroken wave? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 683
Jim SMYTH, Republicans and conservatives: British politics and ideology, c. 1750-1832 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 697
John PREST, Between crown and people: whig politics in the age of Fox and Grey [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 705
Antoine PROST; Marie-Louise GOORGEN; Noelle GÉROME; Danielle TARTAKOWSKY, Four French historians review English research on the history of French labour and socialism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 709
David J. JEREMY, New business history? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 717
F.H. HINSLEY, On the causes of wars [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 729
Shaun WYLIE, British Intelligence in the second world war [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 737
Stephen S. LARGE, Japan and the West [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 741
John A. THOMPSON, America's cold war in retrospect [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 745
Michael L. CARRAFIELLO, English catholicism and the Jesuit mission of 1580-1581, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 761
John GURNEY, Gerrard Winstanley and the Digger movement in Walton and Cobham, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 775
Julian SWANN, Parliaments and political crisis in France under Louis XV: the Besançon affair, 1757-1761, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 803
Boyd HILTON, Whiggery, religion and social reform: the case of Lord Morpeth, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 829
Kosmas TSOKHAS, Dedominionization: the Anglo-Australian experience, 1939-1945, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 861
K.M. WILSON, Understanding the 'misunderstanding' of 1 August 1914, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 885
R.A. HOULBROOKE, Henry VIII's wills: a comment, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 891
E.W. IVES, Henry VIII's will: the protectorate provisions of 1546-7, in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 901
J.G.A. POCOCK, England's Cato: the virtues and fortunes of Algernon Sidney [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 915
Timothy J. LOCKLEY, Antebellum Southern society re-examined [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 937
David CHRISTIAN, The old world and the new in nineteenth-century Russia [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 945
Todd M. ENDELMAN, Jews, aliens and other outsiders in British history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 959
Duncan TANNER, The strange death of Liberal England [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 971
Martyn HOUSDEN, Racism and the Third Reich [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 37, 1994, p. 981

Historical Journal 38, 1995
Joan-Pau RUBIÉS, Reason of state and constitutional thought in the crown of Aragon, 1580-1640, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1
Julian GOODARE, The Scottish parliament of 1621, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 29
Gary S. de KREY, Rethinking the Restoration: dissenting cases for conscience, 1667-1672, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 53
M.J.D. ROBERTS, Feminism and the state in later Victorian England, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 85
Roger ABSALOM, Hiding history: the Allies, the Resistance and the others in Occupied Italy 1943-1945, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 111
Graham D. GOODLAD, The Liberal Nationals, 1931-1940: the problems of a party in 'partnership government', in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 133
T.H. BOWYER, The appointment of Philip Francis to the Bengal Supreme Council, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 145
Diarmaid MACCULLOCH, The impact of the English Reformation [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 151
Peter CLARK, Adventurous merchants [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 155
Peter N. MILLER, Statecraft and culture in early modern Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 161
Nicholas STARGARDT, Male bonding and the class struggle in Imperial Germany [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 175
David RICHARDSON, Across the desert and the sea: trans-Saharan and Atlantic slavery 1500-1900 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 195
Lucy RIALL, Progress and compromise in liberal Italy [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 205
Christopher EALHAM, In search of the Spanish republic [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 215
Jill STEPHENSON, Nazis, class and justice [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 221
Mark SANDLE, New directions, new approaches, old issues: recent writings on Soviet history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 231
A.E. CAMPBELL, Presidential ambition [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 249
Susan DORAN, Juno versus Diana: the treatment of Elizabeth I's marriage in plays and entertainments, 1561-1581, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 257
R.W. HOYLE, The origins of the dissolution of the monasteries, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 275
Michael MENDLE, De facto freedom, de facto authority: press and parliament, 1640-1643, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 307
Steven C.A. PINCUS, From butterboxes to wooden shoes: the shift in English popular sentiment from anti-Dutch to anti-French in the 1670s, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 333
Joan R. KENT, The centre and the localities: state formation and parish government in England circa 1640-1740, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 363
Sebastian BALFOUR, Riot, regneration and reaction: Spain in the aftermath of the 1898 Disaster, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 405
Michael DAWSON, Liberalism in Devon and Cornwall, 1910-1931: 'the old-time religion', in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 425
S.J. BALL, Military nuclear relations between the United States and Great Britain under the terms of the McMahon Act, 1946-1958, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 439
Ritchie OVENDALE, Macmillan and the wind of change in Africa, 1957-1960, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 455
Martin HOUSDEN, Population, economics and genocide: Aly and Heim versus all-comers in the interpretation of the Holocaust [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 479
T.J. HOCHSTRAUSSER, Early modern natural law theories and their contexts [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 487
Kate HUDSON, Troubled Romania [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 491
Mark MAZOWER, Historians at war: Greece 1940-1950 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 499
Batya SHENHAR, Palestinian leadership and patterns of conflict in the twentieth-century middle east [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 507
Alison WALL, For love, money or politics? A clandestine marriage and the Elizabethan court of Arches, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 511
Mark JENNER, The politics of London air: John Evelyn's Fumifugium and the Restoration, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 535
Jeremy D. POPKIN, Dutch patriots, French journalists and declaration of rights: the Leidse Ontwerp of 1785 and its diffusion in France, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 553
Brendan SIMMS, 'An odd question enough': Charles James Fox, the crown and British policy during the Hanoverian crisis of 1806, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 567
Alison WINTER, Herriet Martineau and the reform of the invalid in Victorian England, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 597
Barry M. DOYLE, Urban Liberalism and the 'lost generation': politics and middle class culture in Norwich, 1900-1935, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 617
D.C. COLEMAN, History, economic history and the numbers game [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 635
Margaret Lavinia ANDERSON, The limits of secularization: on the problem of the catholic revival in nineteenth-century Germany [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 647
Alison ROWLANDS, Change achieved, change thwarted: religion and society in Reformation Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 671
Susan Dwyer AMUSSEN, Approaching a new English social history, 1500-1850 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 679
Stuart CARROLL, Revisionism and orthodoxy in some recent works on early modern France [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 687
W.J.R. GARDNER, The state of naval history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 695
J.R. POLE, In Machiavelli's fading footprints [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 707
Peter GATRELL, Ethnicity and Empire in Russia's borderland history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 715
Thomas S. FREEMAN, Research, rumour and propaganda: Anne Boleyn in Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs', in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 717
G.R. SEARLE, Public doctrine and central authority [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 729
S.A. SMITH, The 'social' and the 'political' in the Russian Revolution [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 733
Christopher EALHAM, 'Victors' and 'Vanquished' in twentieth-century Spain [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 745
Patricia CLAVIN, The impact of inflation and depression on democracy: new writing on the inter-war economy [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 749
Neville WYLIE, 'Life between the volcanoes.' Switzerland during the Second World War [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 759
Ged MARTIN, Definition and subjectivity in the writing of imperial history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 769
Mark NICHOLLS, Treason's Reward: the punishment of conspirators in the Bye plot of 1603, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 821
Lois G. SCHWOERER, The attempted impeachment of Sir William Scroggs, Lord Chief Justice of the court of King's Bench, November 1680-March 1681, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 843
Munro PRICE, The Dutch affair and the fall of the ancien régime, 1784-1787, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 875
J.H.M. SALMON, Constitutions old and new: Henrion de Pansey before and after the French revolution, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 907
Neil RIDDELL, 'The age of Cole'? G.D.H. Cole and the British labour movement 1929-1933, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 933
Kevin PASSMORE, Business, corporatism and the crisis of the French Third Republic. The example of the silk industry in Lyon, 1928-1935, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 959
Kenneth BALLHATCHET, The structure of British official attitudes: colonial Mauritius, 1883-1968, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 989
J.D. ALSOP, Gerrard Winstanley: a reply, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1013
David FITZPATRICK, The logic of collective sacrifice: Ireland and the British army, 1914-1918, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1017
R.C. RAACK, Stalin's plans for World War Two told by a high Comintern source, in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1031
Tom WEBSTER, The trans-Atlantic connection [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1037
Michael O'BRIEN, Finding the outfield: subregionalism and the American South [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1047
Julie Roy JEFFREY, In search of the new American West [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1057
William D. IRVINE, French politics in the Third and Fourth Republics [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1067
A.E. CAMPBELL, The Cold War as history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 38, 1995, p. 1073

Historical Journal 39, 1996
Susan BRIGDEN, 'The shadow that you know': Sir Thomas Wyatt and Sir Francis Bryan at Court and in embassy, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1
Tom WEBSTER, Writing to redundancy: approaches to spiritual journals and early modern spirituality, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 33
Amanda L. CAPERN, The Caroline church: James Ussher and the Irish dimension, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 57
Tony CLAYDON, William III's Declaration of Reasons and the Glorious Revolution, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 87
Julian HOPPIT, Patterns of parliamentary legislation 1660-1800, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 109
Michael P. FITZSIMMONS, The National Assembly and the abolition of guilds in France, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 133
Jane LEWIS, The boundary between voluntary and statutory social service in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 155
Mark BEVIR, Fabianism, permeation and Independent Labour, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 179
Peter J. HENSHAW, Britain, South Africa and the sterling area: gold production, capital investment and agricultural markets 1931-1961, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 197
Catherine MERRIDALE, The 1937 census and the limits of Stalinist rule, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 225
J.A. TAYLOR, Gregory King's analysis of clerical livings for John Chamberlayne and the governors of Queen Anne's Bounty, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 241
J.V. BECKETT, Family matters [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 249
Ole Peter GRELL, The religious duty of care and the social need for control in early modern Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 257
Brendan MCCOUVILLE, Periphery and centre in revolutionary America [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 265
A.E. CAMPBELL, America takes on the world [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 271
Evan Burr BUKEY, Great Men and the twentieth century [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 277
Paul AYRIS, Continuity and change in diocese and privince: the role of a Tudor bishop, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 291
Edmund H. DICKERMAN; Anita M. WALKER, The choice of Hercules: Henry IV as hero, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 315
David LEMMINGS, Marriage and the law in the eighteenth century: Hardwicke's Marriage Act of 1753, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 339
Colin KIDD, North Britishness and the nature of eighteenth-century British patriotisms, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 361
David LAVEN, Law and order in Habsburg Venetia 1814-1835, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 383
Donna T. ANDREW, Popular culture and public debate: London 1780, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 405
A.W. LOVETT, The United States and the Schuman Plan: a study in French diplomacy 1950-1952, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 425
J.S. WHEELER, Navy finance, 1649-1660, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 457
John PREST, A large amount or small? Revenue and the nineteenth-century corn laws, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 467
Miles TAYLOR, Rethinking the Chartists: searching for synthesis in the historiography of Chartism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 479
Peter JACKSON, Recent journeys along the road back to France, 1940 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 497
David WORMERSLEY, Literature and the history of political thought [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 511
Frank O'GORMAN, Approaches to Hanoverian society [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 521
Roy CHURCH, The Industrial Revolution [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 535
Nick CARTER, Nation, nationality, nationalism and internationalism in Italy, from Cavour to Mussolini [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 545
Mikulás TEICH, The meaning of history: Czechs and Slovaks [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 553
R.A.C. PARKER, Churchill and consensus [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 563
P.J. BROADHEAD, Guildsmen, religious reform and the search for the common good: the role of guilds in the early Reformation in Augsburg, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 577
D. Andrew PENNY, Family matters and Foxe's Acts and Monuments, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 599
Patrick LITTLE, The earl of Cork and the fall of the earl of Strafford, 1638-41, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 619
Phyllis DEUTSCH, Moral trespass in Georgian London: gaming, gender and electoral politics in the age of George III, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 637
Hugh TREVOR-ROPER, Pietro Giannone and Great Britain, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 657
Emma ROTHSCHILD, Condorcet and the conflict of values, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 677
Margot FINN, Women, consumption and couverture in England, c. 1760-1860, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 703
Josef L. ALTHOLZ, Lord Acton and the plan of the Cambridge Modern History, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 723
D.X. POWELL, Sir James Whitelocke's extra-judicial advice to the crown in 1627, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 737
Ole Peter GRELL, Godly charity or political aid? Irish protestants and international Calvinism, 1641-1645, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 743
Kenneth O. MORGAN, Lloyd George and Germany, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 755
A.D. HARVEY, An early Hitler speech, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 767
Alvydas NIKZENTAITIS, Germany and the Memel Germans in the 1930s, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 771
James THOMPSON, After the Fall: class and political language 1780-1900 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 785
Alan FORREST, Ideology and politics in the French Revolution [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 807
Andreas K. FAHRMEIR, The ambiguities of German conservatism and nationalism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 813
C.A. SIMPSON, Hungarians reconsider their past [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 823
Wesley Allen RIDDLE, Frontier and community in the American West [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 827
Alison LIEBLING, Dealing with death: executions, imprisonment and the English people [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 833
W.J.R. GARDNER, The First World War at sea and elsewhere [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 839
Vesna DRAPAC, Christians and Conservatives in twentieth-century France [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 845
Sabine LEE, At the heart of Europe: Germany and her role after 1945 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 853
Richard REX, The crisis of obedience: God's word and Henry's reformation, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 863
Robert BARRINGTON, Two houses both alike in dignity: Reginald Pole and Edmund Harvell, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 895
Craig MULDREW, The culture of reconciliation: community and the settlement of economic disputes in early modern England, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 915
Michael DUFFY, William Pitt and the origins of the Loyalist Association Movement of 1792, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 943
Philip HARLING, The Duke of York affair (1809) and the complexities of wartime patriotism, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 963
Christopher CLARK, Confessional policy and the limits of state action: Frederick William III and the Prussian Church Union 1817-1840, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 985
Frank TRENTMANN, The transformation of fiscal reform: reciprocity, modernization and the fiscal debate within the business community in early twentieth-century Britain, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1005
Martin THOMAS, Imperial backwater or strategic outpost? The British takeover of Vichy Madagascar, 1942, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1049
Patricia SPRINGBORG, Hobbes and Cluverius, in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1075
Mark FRANCIS, Who still has 'sweetness and light' in studies of Victorian culture and politics? [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1079
David BUISSERET, State and nobility in early modern France [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1097
Clarissa Campbell ORR, Psycho-biography, autobiography, intellectual archaeology: approaches to French liberalism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1101
Timothy J. LOCKLEY, The changing South? From slavery to sunbelt [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1109
Robert TOMBS, Peasants, Frenchmen and cultural historians [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1117
Edmund M. FARMER, Backwards and forwards: a review of five recent works on Mexico [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 39, 1996, p. 1127

Historical Journal 40, 1997
Wallace T. MACCAFFREY, The Newhaven expedition, 1562-1563, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1
Andy WOOD, Beyond post-revisionism?: the civil war allegiances of the miners of the Derbyshire 'Peak Country', in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 23
R.A. MELIKAN, Mr attorney general and the politicians, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 41
Andres J. O'SHAUGHNESSY, The formation of a commercial lobby: the West India interest, British colonial policy and the American revolution, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 71
John MORROW, The paradox of Peel as Carlylean hero, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 97
D. Andrew PENNY, John Foxe's Victorian reception, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 111
Brock MILLMAN, Canada, sanctions and the Abyssinian crisis of 1935, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 143
James WALSTON, History and memory of the Italian concentration camps, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 169
J.R. MILTON; Philip MILTON, Selecting the grand jury: a tract by John Locke, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 185
Ruth Bettina BIRN, Revising the holocaust [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 195
Euan CAMERON, Heroic ideas and hero-worship [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 217
Paul SEAWARD, Constitutional and unconstitutional royalism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 227
Gary SAVAGE, Novel narratives, new research: the French revolution after the bicentennial [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 241
Margaret M. STOREY, The American civil war and its antecedents: a survey of recent literature [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 253
Gábor BÁTONYI, A new image of the nation: reading central and south-east European history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 263
Roger ABSALOM, Existing in history: Italy's devious path from defeat to recovery [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 273
Rivkah ZIM, Dialogue and discretion: Thomas Sackville, Catherine de Medici and the Anjou marriage proposal, 1571, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 287
M.C. QUESTIER, Loyalty, religion and state power in early modern England: English Romanism and the Jacobean oath of allegiance, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 311
Wendel D. CRAKER, Spectral evidence, non spectral acts of witchcraft and confession at Salem in 1692, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 331
James E. CRIMMINS, Jeremy Bentham and Daniel O'Connell: their correspondence and radical alliance, 1828-1831, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 359
Nick CARTER, Hudson, Malmesbury and Cavour: British diplomacy and the Italian questions, February 1858 to June 1859, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 389
John M. FOOT, 'White Bolsheviks'? The catholic left and the socialists in Italy, 1919-1920, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 415
Tom BUCHANAN, The death of Bob Smilie, the Spanish civil war and the eclipse of the Independent Labour Party, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 435
Rodney LOWE, Milestone or millstone`The 1959-61 Plowden committee and its impact on British welfare policy, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 463
John Michael PARRISH, A new source for More's Utopia, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 493
Alan MARSHALL, The Westminster magistrate and the Irish stroker: Sir Edmund Godfrey and Valentine Greatrakes, some unpublished correspondence, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 499
T.N. HARPER, 'Asian values' and Southeast Asian histories [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 507
Geoff BALDWIN, Revisionism and the ancient historicism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 519
Patricia Penn HILDEN, Visions and revisions: histories of the margins [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 527
Stephen S. LARGE, Modern Japan's troubled pursuit of 'wealth and power' [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 537
T.P. BAYCROFT, France and modernity [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 551
Stephan WENDEHORST, Liberalism, nationalism and racism: ambivalent signatures of modernity [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 557
E.A. WRIGLEY, How reliable is our knowledge of the demographic characteristics of the English population in the early modern period?, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 571
Adam FOX, Rumour, news and popular political opinion in Elizabethan and early Stuart England, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 597
Paul E.J. HAMMER, Myth-making: politics, propaganda and the capture of Cadiz in 1596, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 621
Kevin SHARPE, Private conscience and public duty in the writings of Charles I, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 643
John ROBERTSON, The Enlightenment above national context: political economy in eighteenth-century Scotland and Naples, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 667
Jennifer MORI, The British government and the Bourbon restoration: the occupation of Toulon, 1793, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 699
Andreas K. FAHRMEIR, Nineteenth-century German citizenships: a reconsideration, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 721
Glenn FELDMAN, Soft opposition: elite acquiescence and Klan-sponsored terrorism in Alabama, 1946-1950, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 753
Christopher THOMPSON, The reaction of the house of commons in November and December 1621 to the confinement of Sir Edwin Sandys, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 779
J.C.D. CLARK, The strange death of British history? Reflections on Anglo-American scholarship [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 787
Margaret SAMPSON, 'The woe that was in marriage': come recent works on the history of women, marriage and the family in early modern England and Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 811
C. SCOTT DIXON, Urban Culture and court culture in the European past [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 825
Peter R. CAMPBELL, New light on old regime politics [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 835
Mark LEVENE, The travails of Zionism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 845
David MOON, Peasant migration and the settlement of Russia's frontierts, 1550-1897, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 859
Judith M. RICHARDS, Mary Tudor as 'Sole Quene'?: gendering Tudor monarchy, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 895
Paul GRIFFITHS, Secrecy and authority in late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century London, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 925
Jason T. PEACEY, order and disorder in Europe: parliamentary agents and royalist thugs, 1649-1650, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 953
Daniel SZECHI, Constructing a Jacobite: the social and intellectual origins of George Lockhart of Carnwath, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 977
Timothy B. SMITH, The ideology of charity, the image of the English poor law and debates over the right of assistance in France, 1830-1905, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 997
Andrew S. THOMPSON, Tariff reform: an imperial strategy, 1903-1913, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1033
Peter LEESE, Problems returning home: the British psychological casualities of the Great War, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1055
Nigel John ASHTON, A microcosm of decline: British loss of nerve and military intervention in Jordan and Kuwait, 1958 and 1961, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1069
Elizabeth BONNER, French naturalization of the Scots in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1085
Jonathan ISRAEL, England, the Dutch republic and Europe in the seventeenth century [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1117
William DOYLE, The French Revolution between bicentenaries [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1123
Christopher READ, The Russian Revolution after the fall of communism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 40, 1997, p. 1127

Historical Journal 41, 1998
C.S.L. DAVIES, Tournai and the English Crown, 1513-1519, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1
Alexandra WALSHAM, 'Frantick Hacket': prophecy, sorcery, insanity and the Elizabethan puritan movement, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 27
Steve HINDLE, Power, poor relief and social relationsi n Holland fen, c. 1600-1800, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 67
Michelle O'CALLAGHAN, 'Talking politics': tyranny, parliament and Christopher Brooke's The ghost of Richard the third (1614), in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 97
Lindy Levy PECK, Beyond the Pale: John Cursacke and the language of absolutism in early Stuart Britain, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 121
Kathleen M. NOONAN, 'The cruell pressure of an enraged, barbarous people': Irish and English identity in seventeenth-century policy and propaganda, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 151
B.W. YOUNG, 'Scepticism in excess': Gibbon and eighteenth-century Christianity, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 179
Thomas MUNCK, Absolute monarchy in late eighteenth-century Denmark: centralized reform, public expectations and the Copenhagen press, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 201
Gary SAVAGE, Favier's heirs: the French Revolution and the secret du roi, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 225
Kevin L. YUILL, The 1966 White House conference on civil rights, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 259
Keith LINDLEY, Whitechapel Independents and the Englishz Revolution, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 283
Vladimir O. PECHATNOV, The rise and fall of Britansky Soyuznik: a case study in Soviet response to British propaganda of the mid-1940s, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 293
Christopher CLARK, Exemplariness and the American Revolution [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 303
D.L.L. PARRY, Political culture, political class and political community [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 311
G.W. BERNARD, The making of religious policy, 1533-1546: Henry VIII and the search for the middle way, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 321
Peter MARHSALL, Papist as heretic: the burning of John Forest, 1538, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 351
Tristan MARSHALL, The Tempest and the British imperium in 1611, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 375
Peter MCCULLOUGH, Making dead men speak: Laudianism, print and the works of Lancelot Andrewes, 1626-1642, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 401
Paul D. HALLIDAY, 'A clashing of jurisdictions': commissions of association in Restoration corporations, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 425
Peter NOCKLES, Church or Protestant sect?: the Church of Ireland, high churchmanship and the Oxford Movement, 1822-1869, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 457
Robert TOMBS, 'Lesser breeds without the law': the British establishment and the Dreyfus affair, 1894-1899, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 495
Gail SAVAGE, Erotic stories and public decency: newspaper reporting of divorce proceedings in England, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 511
Martin PUGH, The British Union of Fascists and the Olympia debate, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 529
Priscilla Dale JONES, Nati atrocities against allied airmen: Stalag Luft III and the end of British war crimes trials, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 543
Joad RAYMOND, John Streater and The Grand Politick Informer, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 567
John NEWSINGER, The death of Bob Smillie, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 575
Glenn BURGESS, Scottish or British? Politics and political thought in Scotland, c. 1500-1707 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 579
Johanna GRANVILLE, Recent literature on Soviet history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 591
Chris R. KYLE, Prince Charles in the parliaments of 1621 and 1624, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 603
Anthony MILTON, Licensing, censorship and religious orthodoxy in early Stuart England, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 625
Anthony B. THOMPSON, Licensing the press: the career of G.R. Weckherlin during the personal rule of Charles I., in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 653
Maiken UMBACH, The politics of sentimentality and the German Fürstenbund, 1779-1785, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 679
Bruce HADDOCK, Political union without social revolution: Vincenzo Gioberti's Primato, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 705
George L. BERNSTEIN, Special relationship and appeasement: Liberal policy towards America in the age of Palmerston, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 725
David E. TORRANCE, Britain, South Africa and the high commission territories: an old controversy revisited, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 751
Timothy J. PARIS, British Middle East policy-making after the First World War: the Lawrentian and Wilsonian schools, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 773
Peter JACKSON, French intelligence and Hitler's rise to power, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 795
Ronald W. ZWEIG, Feeding the camps: Allied blockade policy and the relief of concentration camps in Germany, 1944-1945, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 825
Wayne REYNOLDS, Rethinking the joint project: Australia's bid for nuclear weapons, 1945-1960, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 853
C. SCOTT DIXON, Narratives of German history after the Reformation [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 875
Brendan SIMMS, Britain and Napoleon [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 885
Elisabeth ALBANIS, Jewish identity in the face of anti-Semitism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 895
Kris SHEPARD, Convervatism and its cousins in twentieth-century America [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 901
Diana NEWTON, Sir Francis Hastings and the religious education of James VI and I, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 917
J.F. MERRITT, Puritans, Laudians and the phenomenon of church-building in Jacobean London, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 935
John COFFEY, Puritanism and liberty revisited: the case for toleration in the English revolution, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 961
Alan CROMARTIE, Harringtonian virtue: Harrington, Machiavelli and the method of the Moment, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 987
Michael J. TURNER, The 'Bonaparte of free trade' and the anti-corn law league, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1011
Alan PITT, The irrationalist liberalism of Hippolyte Taine, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1035
Timothy B. SMITH, The social transformation of hospitals and the rise of medical insurance in France, 1914-1943, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1055
Laura K. DONOHUE, Regulating Northern Ireland: the special powers acts, 1922-1972, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1089
R.C. WHITING, Ideology and reform in Labour's tax strategy, 1964-1970, in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1121
Karina URBACH, Between saviour and villain: 100 years of Bismarck biographies [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1141
Joel F. HARRINGTON, The forest for the trees: society and household in early modern Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1161
Colin JONES, Political styles and sites of power in ancien régime France [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 41, 1998, p. 1173

Historical Journal 42, 1999
John CRAIG, Reformers, conflict and revisionism: the Reformation in sixteenth-century Hadleigh, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1
Andrew FITZMAURICE, The civic solution to the crisis of English colonization, 1609-1625, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 25
Mark KISHLANSKY, Tyranny denied: Charles I, Attorney General Heath and the Five Knights' Case, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 53
Jon PARKIN, Hobbism in the later 1660s: Daniel Scargill and Samuel Parker, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 85
Andrew BARCLAY, The rise of Edward Colman, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 109
Karl de LEEUW, The Black Chamber in the Dutch Republic during the War of Spanish Succession and its aftermath, 1707-1715, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 133
Peter M. JONES, Living the Enlightenment and the French Revolution: James Watt, Matthew Boulton and their sons, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 157
Andrea TANNER, The Casual poor and the City of London Poor Law Union, 1837-1869, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 183
Peter HART, The social structure of the Irish Republican Army, 1916-1923, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 207
John MCHUGH, The Labour Party and the parliamentary campaign to abolish the military death penalty, 1919-1930, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 233
Julia STAPLETON, Political thought, elites and the state in modern Britain [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 251
Alexandra WALSHAM, Witchcraft, sexuality and colonization in the early modern world [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 269
Isser WOLOCH, Deputies, voters and factions in French revolutionary political culture [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 277
Frans JONKERS, City bankers, gold and banking panics [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 285
Howell John HARRIS, Interwar American histories: left, right and wrong [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 293
George F. STECKLEY, Litigious mariners: wage cases in the seventeenth-century Admiralty Court, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 315
David SCOTT, The 'Northern Gentlemen', the parliamentary Independents and Anglo-Scottish relations in the Long Parliament, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 347
Julie M. FLAVELL, The 'school for modesty and humility': colonial American youth in London and their parents, 1755-1775, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 377
Simon DEVEREAUX, The making of the Penitentiary Act, 1775-1779, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 405
Munro PRICE, Louis XVI and Gustavus III: secret diplomacy and counter-revolution, 1791-1792, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 435
Paul A. READMAN, The 1895 general election and political change in late Victorian Britain, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 467
Peter SCOTT; Tim ROOTH, Public policy nad foreign-based enterprises in Britain prior to the Second World War, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 495
Tony BADGER, Southerners who refused to sign the Southern Manifesto, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 517
Stephen ALFORD, Politics and political history in the Tudor century [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 535
Sara PENNELL, Consumption and consumerism in early modern England [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 549
Robin BRIGGS, Finance, religion and the French state [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 565
Amy S. GREENBERG, Irish in the city: recent developments in American urban history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 571
Howard G. BROWN, Domestic state violence: repression from the Croquants to the Commune, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 597
Neal GARNHAM, Local elite creation in early Hanoverian Ireland: the case of the county grand jury, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 623
Michael ROWE, Between empire and home town: Napoleonic rule on the Rhine, 1799-1814, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 643
Jan PALMOWSKI, The politics of the 'unpolitical German': liberalism in German local government, 1860-1880, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 675
Robert STUART, 'Jesus the sans-culotte': Marxism and religion during the French fin de siècle, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 705
Paul BEW, Moderate nationalism and the Irish Revolution, 1916-1923, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 729
Zara STEINER, The Soviet Commissariat of Foreign Affairs and the Czechoslovakian crisis in 1938: new material from the Soviet archives, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 751
John WELSHMAN, Evacuation, hygiene and social policy: the Our towns report of 1943, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 781
Randal HANSEN, The Kenyan Asians, British politics and the Commonwealth Immigrants Act, 1968, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 809
Steve HINDLE, Hierarchy and community in the Elizabethan parish: the Swallowfield articles of 1596, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 835
Kevin SHARPE, Representations and negotiations: texts, im ages and authority in early modern England [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 853
Michael BENTLEY, Victorian politcs and the linguistic turn [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 883
Emily CLARK, Moving from periphery to centre: the non-British in colonial North America [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 903
Anne MCLAREN, Reading Sir Thomas Smith's De Republica Anglorum as Protestant apologetic, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 911
David HICKMAN, Religious belief and pious practice among London's Elizabethan elite, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 941
Peter SCHRÖDER, The constitution of the Holy Roman Empire after 1648: Samuel Pufendorf's assessment in his Monzambano, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 961
John BROAD, Parish economies of welfare, 1650-1834, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 985
Colin KIDD, Civil theology and church establishments in revolutionary America, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1007
David STACK, William Lovett and the National Association for the Political and Social Improvement of the People, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1027
Jeremy KRIKLER, The inner mechanics of a South Afican racial massacre, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1051
John F. POLLARD, The Vatican and the Wall Street crash: Bernardino Nogara and papal finances in the early 1930s, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1077
Andrew MESSNER, Land, leadership, culture and emigration: some problems in Chartist historiography, in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1093
Mary MORRISSEY, Interdisciplinarity and the study of early modern sermons [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1111
Adrian JOHNS, Identity, practice and trust in early modern natural philosophy [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1125
Simon MIDDLETON, The transformation of eighteenth-century America [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1147
Abigail GREEN, Reform and inertia: the politics of change in nineteenth-century Germany [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1155
Francisco J. Romero SALVADÓ, The road to the Civil War: social conflict and mass politics in Spain, 1898-1936 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1161
Mikulás TEICH, Munich, Carpath-Ukraine, the 'Velvet Revolution' and the October Revolution [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 42, 1999, p. 1169

Historical Journal 43, 2000
Claire WALKER, Prayer, patronage and political conspiracy. English nuns and the Restoration, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1
Nicholas B. HARDING, North African piracy, the Hanoverian carrying trade and the British state, 1728-1828, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 25
C.I. HAMILTON, John Wilson Croker: patronage and clientage at the Admiralty, 1809-1857, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 49
Alan PITT, The cultural impact of science in France: Ernest Renan and the Vie de Jésus, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 79
Rotem KOWNER, 'Lighter than yellow, but not enought': western discourse on the Japanese 'race', 1854-1904, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 103
Mark A. RUSSELL, The building of Hamburg's Bismarck memorial, 1898-1906, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 133
Robert MALLETT, Fascist foreign policy and official Italian views of Anthony Eden in the 1930s, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 157
Richard TOYE, The Labour party's external economic policy in the 1940s, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 189
Jeffrey R. COLLINS, Christian ecclesiology and the composition of Leviathan: a newly discovered letter to Thomas Hobbes, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 217
Silvia EVANGELISTI, Wives, widows and brides of Crhist: marriage and the convent in the historiography of early modern Italy [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 233
J.C.D. CLARK, Protestantism, nationalism and national identity, 1660-1832 [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 249
H.R. FRENCH, The search for the 'middle sort of people' in England, 1600-1800 [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 277
Raymond A. MENTZER, Structuring and interpreting the experience of early modern Europeans [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 295
Graham STEWART, Churchill without the rhetoric [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 303
   Reviews, p. 309
Roger BOWERS, The Chapel Royal, the First Edwardian Prayer Book and Elizabeth's settlement of religion, 1559, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 317
John CRAMSIE, Commercial projects and the fiscal policy of James VI and I, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 345
David R. RANSOME, Village tensions in early Virginia: sex, land and status at the Neck of Land in the 1620s, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 365
Kevin SHARPE, 'So hard a text'? Images of Charles I, 1612-1700, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 383
Mark S. DAWSON, Histories and texts: refiguring the diary of Samuel Pepys, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 407
S.J. CONNOLLY, A woman's life in mid-eighteenth-century Ireland: the case of Letitia Bushe, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 433
Aileen FYFE, Reading children's books in late eighteenth-century Dissenting families, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 453
Laurence COLE, Nation, anti-Enlightenment and religious revival in Austria: Tyrol in the 1790s, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 475
Pamela PILBEAM, Dream worlds? Religion and early socialists in France, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 499
Adrian JONES, Word and deed: why a post-poststructural history is needed, and how it might look [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 517
Ulrich SCHLIE, Today's view of the Third Reich and the Second World War in German historiographical discourse [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 543
Tobias JERSAK, Blitzkrieg revisited: a new look at Nazi war and extermination planning [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 565
William STAFFORD, Shall we take the linguistic turn? British radicalism in the era of the French Revolution [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 583
   Reviews, p. 595
Thomas S. FREEMAN, Fate, faction and fiction in Foxe's Book of martyrs, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 601
J.T. PEACEY, John Lilburne and the Long Parliament, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 625
Philip MILTON, John Locke and the Rye House Plot, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 647
Elaine CHALUS, Elite women, social politics and the political world of late eighteenth-century England, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 669
J.P. PARRY, Disraeli and England, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 699
Matthew KELLY, Dublin Fenianism in the 1880s: 'the Irish culture of the future'?, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 729
C.J. BEARMAN, Who were the folk? The demography of Cecil Sharp's Somerset folk singers, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 751
Andrew THORPE, The membership of the Communist Party of Great Britain, 1920-1945, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 777
MacGregor KNOX, 1 October 1942: Adolf Hitler, Wehrmacht officer policy and social revolution, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 801
Alan BOOTH, Inflation, expectations and the political economy of Conservative Britain, 1951-1964, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 827
B.W. YOUNG, Religious history and the eighteenth-century historian [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 849
Kristina SPOHR, German unification: between official history, academic scholarship and political memoirs [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 869
Hew STRACHAN, The First World War [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 889
   Reviews, p. 905
Howell A. LLOYD, The political thought of Adam Blackwood, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 915
Christine CHURCHES, Business at law: retrieving commercial disputes from eighteenth-century Chancery, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 937
Malcolm CROOK, Citizen bishops: episcopal elections in the French Revolution, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 955
Graham JOHNSON, 'Making reform the instrument of revolution': British social democracy, 1881-1911, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 977
Anthony WEBSTER, Business and empire: a reassessment of the British conquest of Burma in 1885, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1003
Kevin MATTHEWS, Stanley Baldwin's 'Irish Question', in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1027
Neil GREGOR, A Schicksalsgemeinschaft? Allied bombing, civilian morale and social dissolution at Nuremberg, 1942-1945, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1051
E.D.R. HARRISON, The British special operations executive and Poland, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1071
John A. SHEDD, Legalism over revolution: the Parliamentary Committee for Indemnity and property confiscation disputes, 1647-1655, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1093
Tom BUCHANAN, The death of Bob Smillie: a reply, in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1109
Mark STOYLE, English 'nationalism', Celtic particularism and the English Civil War [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1113
Linda KIRK, The matter of Enlightenment [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1129
Deborah GARE, Britishness in recent Australian historiography [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1145
Shelly BARANOWSKI, Nazism and polarization: the left and the Third Reich [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1157
John FOOT, Via Rasella, 1944: memory, truth and history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 43, 2000, p. 1173
   Reviews, p. 1183

Historical Journal 44, 2001
Markku PELTONEN, Francis Bacon, the earl of Northampton and the Jacobean anti-duelling campaign, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 1
Timothy RAYLOR, Hobbes, Payne and A short tract on first principles, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 29
Edward VALLANCE, Oaths, casuistry and equivocation: Anglican responses to the Engagement Controversy, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 59
Christian WINDLER, Diplomatic history as a field for cultural analysis: Muslim-Christian relations in Tunis, 1700-1840, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 79
Philip HARLING, The law of libel and the limits of repression, 1790-1832, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 107
Michael BROERS, Napoleon, Charlemagne and Lotharingia: acculturation and the boundaries of Napoleonic Europe, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 135
Abigail GREEN, Intervening in the public sphere: German governments and the press, 1815-1870, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 155
Mark HAMPTON, The press, patriotism and public discussion: C.P. Scott, the Manchester Guardian and the Boer War, 1899-1902, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 177
Iago Gil AGUADO, The Creditanstalt crisis of 1931 and the failure of the Austro-German customs union project, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 199
R.W. HOYLE, Agrarian agitation in mid-sixeteenth-century Norfolk: a petition of 1553, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 223
Philip WITHINGTON, Two renaissances: urban political culture in post-Reformation England reconsidered [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 239
Wayne E. LEE, Early American ways of war: a new reconaissance, 1600-1815 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 269
Bernard CAPP, Women and the everyday in early modern Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 291
Susan DEANS-SMITH, Remapping Spanish imperialism, colonialism and post-colonialism: the case of Cuzco, Peru [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 297
Peter N. MILLER, Stoics who sing: lessons in citizenship from early modern Lucca, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 313
Geoff BALDWIN, Individual and self in the late Renaissance, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 341
Barbara DONAGAN, The web of honour: soldiers, Christians and gentlemen in the English civil war, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 365
David ALLAN, The age of Pericles in the modern Athens: Greek history, Scottish politics and the fading of the Enlightenment, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 391
Timothy JENKS, Language and politics at the Westminster election of 1796, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 419
Tyler ANBINDER, Lord Palmerston and the Irish famine emigration, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 441
V. Markham LESTER, The employers' liability / workmen's compensation debate of the 1890s revisited, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 471
David FRENCH, Doctrine and organization in the British army, 1919-1932, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 497
Neil ROLLINGS, Whitehall and the control of prices and profits in a major war, 1919-1939, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 517
S.C. ROWELL, The face beneath the snow: the Baltic region in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 541
Roger METTAM, The king, the abbess and the gardener: some seventeenth-century French and Swedish reputations [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 559
Thomas AHNERT, The varieties of contexts in early Stuart intellectual history [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 565
Martyn HOUSDEN, Germany's first republic [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 579
D.K. FIELDHOUSE, New approaches to the history of imperialism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 587
Ian W. ARCHER, The burden of taxation on sixteenth-century London, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 599
Natalie MEARS, Counsel, public debate and queenship: John Stubbs's The discoverie of a gaping gulf, 1579, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 629
Michael ZELL, Walter Morrell and the new draperies project, c. 1603-1631, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 651
John WALTER, Confessional politics in pre-Civil War Essex: prayer books, profanations and petitions, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 677
Annabel PATTERSON; Martin DZELZAINIS, Marvell and the earl of Anglesey: a chapter in the history of reading, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 703
Hannah SMITH, English 'feminist' writings and Judith Drake's An essay in defence of the female sex (1696), in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 727
James TAYLOR, Private property, public interest and the role of the state in nineteenth-century Britain: the case of the lighthouses, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 749
Michael GEHLER; Wolfram KAISER, Transnationalism and early European integration: the Nouvelles Equipes Internationales and the Geneva Circle, 1947-1959, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 773
G. Bruce STRANG, Imperial dreams: the Mussolini-Laval accords of January 1935, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 799
Helen HACKETT, Dreams or designs, cults or constructions? The study of images of monarchs [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 811
John NEWSINGER, Blackshirts, blueshirts and the Spanish Civil War [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 825
David PARKER, Ideology and the ancien régime [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 845
Stefan GOEBEL, Intersecting memories: war and remembrance in twentieth-century Europe [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 853
Robert MALLETT, The fascist challenge dissected [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 859
Mary LAVEN, Sex and celibacy in early modern Venice, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 865
Eric NELSON, Greek nonsense in More's Utopia, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 889
Kenneth FINCHAM, The restoration of altars in the 1630s, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 919
Patrick LITTLE, The Irish 'Independents' and Viscout Lisle's lieutenancy of Ireland, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 941
Christina de BELLAIGUE, The development of teaching as a profession for women before 1870, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 963
James Robert MOORE, Progressive pioneers: Manchester liberalism, the Independent Labour Party and local politics in the 1890s, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 989
Jonathan E. GUMZ, Wehrmacht perceptions of mass violence in Croatia, 1941-1942, in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 1015
Jacqueline HILL, Convergence and conflict in eighteenth-century Ireland [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 1039
Jacques ADLER, The Jews and Vichy: reflections on French historiography [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 1065
Neil CAPLAN, Talking Zionism, doing Zionism, studying Zionism [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 44, 2001, p. 1083

Historical Journal 45, 2002
Greg WALKER, Rethinking the fall of Anne Boleyn, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 1-29
Annabel BRETT, Natural right and civil community: the civil philosophy of Hugo Grotius, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 31-51
Robert K. HANKS, Georges Clemenceau and the English, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 53-77
Andrew KAYE, Roscoe Conkling Simmons and the significance of African American oratory, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 79-102
Matthew HILTON, The female consumer and the politics of consumption in twentieth-century Britain, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 103-128
Chloe CAMPBELL, Juvenile delinquency in colonial Kenya, 1900-1939, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 129-151
James C. van HOOK, From socialization to co-determination: the US, Britain, Germany and public ownership in the Ruhr, 1945-1951, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 153-178
Enrico dal LAGO, Society, economy and politics in Restoration Italy: towards a regional synthesis [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 179-193
Christopher READ, In search of liberal Tsarism: the historiography of autocratic decline [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 195-210
David REYNOLDS, From World War to Cold War: the wartime alliance and power transitions, 1941-1947 [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 211-227
Felix DRIVER, Georgraphy, Enlightenment and improvement [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 229-233
J.V. BECKETT, Country house life [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 235-244
   Reviews, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 245-249
David CRESSY, The Protestation protested, 1641 and 1642, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 251-279
Andrew HOPPER, The Farnley Wood plot and the memory of the civil wars in Yorkshire, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 281-303
Jeffrey R. COLLINS, Thomas Hobbes and the Blackloist conspiracy of 1649, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 305-331
Andrew C. THOMPSON, Popery, politics and private judgement in early Hanoverian Britain, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 333-356
Antony TAYLOR, Shakespeare and radicalism: the uses and abuses of Shakespeare in nineteenth-century popular politics, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 357-379
Jan PALMOWSKI, Liberalism and local government in late nineteenth-century Germany and England, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 381-409
Nikolaus WACHSMANN, Between reform and repression: imprisonment in Weimar Germany, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 411-432
Stefan BERGER; Darren G. LILLEKER, The British Labour Party and the German Democratic Republic during the era of non-recognition, 1949-1973, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 433-458
Corey ROSS, Before the wall: East Germans, communist authority and the mass exodus to the west, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 459-480
Christopher HAIGH, Catholicism in early modern England. Bossy and beyond [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 481-494
   Book Reviews, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 495-498
Pärtel PIIRIMÄE, Just War in Theory and Practice: The Legitimation of Swedisch Interventions in the Thirty Years War, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 499-523
Robert B. SHOEMAKER, The Taming of the Duel: Masculinity, Honour and Ritual Violence in London, 1660-1800, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 525-545
Michael DUREY, Lord Grenville and the 'Smoking Gun': The Plot to Assassinate the French Directory in 1798-1799 reconsidered, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 547-568
Eliza RIEDI, Women, Gender and the Promotion of Empire: The Victoria League, 1901-1914, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 569-599
Ragnheiður KRISTJÁNSDÓTTIR, Communists and the National Question in Scotland and Iceland, c. 1930 to c. 1940, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 601-618
Emma GRIFFIN, Popular Culture in Industrializing England [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 619-635
Martin FRANCIS, The Domestication of the Male? Recent Research on Ninteenth- and Twentieth-Century British Masculinity [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 637-652
Stephen S. LARGE, Changing Places in Japan's Past [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 653-659
Miles TAYLOR, British Politics in the Age of Revolution and Reform, 1789-1867 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 661-677
Eugenio BIAGINI, Power Politics, Imperial Strategies and Local Elites [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 679-687
   Reviews, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 689-695
Brennan C. PURSELL, The End of the Spanish Match, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 699-726
Sean KELSEY, The Death of Charles I, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 727-754
Fergus CAMPBELL, Irish Popular Politics and the Making of the Wyndham Land Act, 1901-1903, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 755-773
Martin PUGH, Working-Class Experience and State Social Welfare, 1908-1914: Old Age Pensions Reconsidered, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 775-796
Tony COLLINS, English Rugby Union and the First World War, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 797-817
William MULLIGAN, Civil-Military Relations in the Early Weimar Republic, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 819-841
Alan G.V. SIMMONDS, Raising Rachman: The Origins of the Rent Act, 1957, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 843-868
Lawrence E. KLEIN, Politeness and the Interpretation of the British Eighteenth Century [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 869-898
Karen HARVEY, The Century of Sex? Gender, Bodies and Sexuality in the Long Eighteenth Century [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 899-916
Robert ALDRICH, Imperial mise en valeur and mise en scène: Recent Works on French Colonialism [Historiographical Review], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 917-936
Alex WINDSCHEFFEL, Men or Measures? Conservative Party Politics, 1815-1951 [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 937-951
Kristen Stromberg CHILDERS, Gender in Modern Europe: Crime and Virtue [Review Article], in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 953-965
   Reviews, in: Historical Journal 45, 2002, p. 967-974

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