Journal of Contemporary History (46/1, janvier 2011)

Journal of Contemporary History, vol. 56, no 1, janvier 2011

Numéro spécial édité par Jeremi Suri : «Conflict and Cooperation in the Cold War»

ARTICLES

  • Jeremi Suri, «Conflict and Co-operation in the Cold War: New Directions in Contemporary Historical Research», p. 5-9.
  • Udi E. Greenberg, «Germany’s Postwar Re-education and Its Weimar Intellectual Roots», p. 10-32.
  • Adi Gordon, «The Need for West: Hans Kohn and the North Atlantic Community», p. 33-57.
  • Geoffrey Roberts, «Moscow’s Cold War on the Periphery: Soviet Policy in Greece, Iran, and Turkey, 1943-8», p. 58-81.
  • Jennifer M. Miller, «The Struggle to Rearm Japan: Negotiating the Cold War State in US-Japanese Relations», p. 82-108.
  • Vanessa Walker, «At the End of Influence: The Letelier Assassination, Human Rights, and Rethinking Intervention in US-Latin American Relations», p. 109-135.
  • Nicholas Thompson, «Nuclear War and Nuclear Fear in the 1970s and 1980s», p. 136-149.
  • Waqar H. Zaidi, «‘Aviation Will Either Destroy or Save Our Civilization’: Proposals for the International Control of Aviation, 1920-45», p. 150-178.
  • Niklas Jensen-Eriksen, «Industrial Diplomacy and Economic Integration: The Origins of All-European Paper Cartels, 1959-72», p. 179-202.

COMPTES-RENDUS

  • Kathleen Burk, Old World, New World: The Story of Britain and America, London: Abacus, 2009, 830 p. Compte-rendu de Charlie Whitham.
  • Joachim Tauber and Ralph Tuchtenhagen, Vilnius: Kleine Geschichte der Stadt, Cologne, Weimar, and Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2008, 284 p.  Compte-rendu de John Hiden.
  • Saul Dubow, A Commonwealth of Knowledge: Science, Sensibility, and White South Africa 1820-2000, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 296 p.  Compte-rendu de Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni.
  • Heather Jones, Jennifer O’Brien and Christoph Schmidt-Supprian (eds), Untold War: New Perspectives in First World War Studies, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2008, 449 p. Compte-rendu de David Monger.
  • David Fowler, Youth Culture in Modern Britain, c.1920-c.1970, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 301 p. Compte-rendu de Sean Nixon.
  • Nicholas Coni, Medicine and Warfare: Spain, 1936-1939, New York and London: Routledge/Cañada Blanch Studies on Contemporary Spain, 2008, 266 p. Compte-rendu de Joseph Harrison.
  • Jonathan Huener and Francis R. Nicosia (eds), The Arts in Nazi Germany: Continuity, Conformity, Change, New York: Berghahn Books, 2006, 226 p.  Compte-rendu de James A. Van Dyke.
  • Simone Gigliotti, The Train Journey: Transit, Captivity, and Witnessing in the Holocaust, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2009, 244 p.  Compte-rendu de Alex J. Kay.
  • Juliette Pattinson, Behind Enemy Lines: Gender, Passing and the Special Operations Executive in the Second World War, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2007, 236 p. Compte-rendu de Helen McCarthy.
  • Marko Attila Hoare, Genocide and Resistance in Hitler’s Bosnia: The Partisans and Chetniks, 1941-1943, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monograph, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 386 p.  Compte-rendu de Jonathan E. Gumz.
  • Alastair Noble, Nazi Rule and the Soviet Offensive in Eastern Germany, 1944- 1945: The Darkest Hour, Brighton, Sussex, and Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press, 2009, p. 382 p. Compte-rendu de Alexander Hill.
  • Dagmar Barnouw, Germany 1945: Views of War and Violence, Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2008, 255 p. Compte-rendu de Paul Steege.
  • David B. Woolner, Warren F. Kimball, and David Reynolds (eds), FDR’s World: War, Peace, and Legacies, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 254 p. Compte-rendu de Curt Cardwell.
  • Michel Fleming, Communism, Nationalism and Ethnicity in Poland, 1944-1950, London, BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 2009, 177 p. Compte-rendu de A.J. Prażmowska.
  • Mary Heimann, Czechoslovakia: The State that Failed, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2009, 406 p. Compte-rendu de Melissa Feinberg.
  • John Hiden and Martyn Housden, Neighbours or Enemies? Germans, the Baltic and beyond, Amsterdam / New York, NY: Rodopi, 2008, 154 p.  Compte-rendu de Kari Alenius.
  • Tilo Schabert, How World Politics is Made: France and the Reunification of Germany, Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 2009, 401 p.  (Translated by John Tyler Tuttle, edited and abridged by Barry Cooper).  Compte-rendu de Ronald J. Granieri.
  • Lawrence A. Yates, The US Military Intervention in Panama: Origins, Planning, and Crisis Management June 1987-December 1989, Washington, DC: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2008, 330 p.  Compte-rendu de Thomas L. Pearcy.
  • Huberta von Voss (ed.), Portraits of Hope. Armenians in the Contemporary World, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2007, 340 p. Compte-rendu de Gerard Libaridian.

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