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From:Canadian Journal of History (Vol. 44, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThis article discusses a little known Foreign Office committee which tried to sustain and develop the patriotic feeling engendered by the First World War among expatriate Britons. The committee's origins, membership,...
From:Washington University Global Studies Law Review (Vol. 20, Issue 1)This article argues that the period from 1914 to 1926 saw a dramatic expansion in the development and dissemination of new forms of repressive public order legality within the British Empire, in a manner that has had...
From:Journal of Social History (Vol. 36, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe whipping of Richard Moore, a former slave and Union veteran, in Lincoln County, Tennessee, in July 1868 was an unexceptional event in the context of Reconstruction. But its significance lies in its very...
From:History and Memory: Studies in Representation of the Past (Vol. 20, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe memory of World War I had a decisive influence on the formation of German nationalism in the years preceding the rise of National Socialism. Analyzing popular German films of the 1920s, this article suggests that...
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