European History Quarterly

European History Quarterly (EHQ) is a quarterly peer reviewed journal which has earned an international reputation as an essential resource on European history, publishing articles by eminent historians on a range of subjects from the later Middle Ages to post-1945.

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Volume 44 (1)

Mapping the Terror: The Paris Revolutionary Tribunal and the Development of a National System of 'Revolutionary Justice' in France, 1793-94
Fairfax-Cholmeley, A., vol. 44 (1): 5-32
'At Least So Long As We Are Talking About Marching, the Inferior Is Not the Black, It's the White': Italian Debate over the Use of Indigenous Troops in the Scramble for Africa
Bruner, S. C., vol. 44 (1): 33-54
Corporatist Ideas in Inter-war Greece: From Theory to Practice (1922-1940)
Ploumidis, S., vol. 44 (1): 55-79
Brother or Other? East European Students in Soviet Higher Education Establishments, 1948-1956
Tromly, B., vol. 44 (1): 80-102
The Eastern Front in World War II
Grier, H. D., vol. 44 (1): 103-112
Taner Akcam, The Young Turks' Crime Against Humanity: The Armenian Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing in the Ottoman Empire
Ungor, U., vol. 44 (1): 113-114
Golfo Alexopoulos, Julie Hessler and Kirill Tomoff, eds, Writing the Stalin Era: Sheila Fitzpatrick and Soviet Historiography
King, F., vol. 44 (1): 115-116
David Aliano, Mussolini's National Project in Argentina
Pergher, R., vol. 44 (1): 116-118
Ian Almond, History of Islam in German Thought: From Leibniz to Nietzsche
Ihrig, S., vol. 44 (1): 118-119
Christina Folke Ax, Niel Brimnes, Niklas Thode Jensen and Karen Osland, eds, Cultivating the Colonies: Colonial States and Their Environmental Legacies
Damodaran, V., vol. 44 (1): 120-122
Timothy Baycroft and David Hopkin, eds, Folklore and Nationalism in Europe During the Long Nineteenth Century
Bell, K., vol. 44 (1): 122-123
Karel C. Berkhoff, Motherland in Danger: Soviet Propaganda During World War II
Lak, M., vol. 44 (1): 123-125
Raymond Birn, Royal Censorship of Books in Eighteenth-Century France
Seaward, L., vol. 44 (1): 125-126
Rebecca Bryant and Yiannis Papadakis, eds, Cyprus and the Politics of Memory: History, Community and Conflict; Loring Danforth and Riki Van Boeschoten, Children of the Greek Civil War: Refugees and the Politics of Memory
Miller, J. E., vol. 44 (1): 127-130
Kathleen Canning, Kerstin Barndt and Kristin McGuire, eds, Weimar Publics/Weimar Subjects: Rethinking the Political Culture of Germany in the 1920s
Bookbinder, P., vol. 44 (1): 130-132
Eleanor Canright Chiari, Undoing Time: The Cultural Memory of an Italian Prison
Dondici, D., vol. 44 (1): 132-133
Jeremy L. Caradonna, The Enlightenment in Practice: Academic Prize Contests and Intellectual Culture in France, 1670-1794
Loiseau, J., vol. 44 (1): 133-135
Winson Chu, The German Minority in Interwar Poland
Karch, B., vol. 44 (1): 135-137
Michele L. Clouse, Medicine, Government, and Public Health in Philip II's Spain: Shared Interests, Competing Authorities
Poska, A. M., vol. 44 (1): 137-138
Martin Conway, The Sorrows of Belgium: Liberation and Political Reconstruction, 1944-1947
Vrints, A., vol. 44 (1): 138-140