The Journal of Contemporary History

The Journal of Contemporary History (JCH) is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles and book reviews on twentieth-century history, covering a broad range of historical approaches including social, economic, political, diplomatic, intellectual and cultural. JCH is edited by Richard Evans, University of Cambridge and Stanley Payne, University of Wisconsin.

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Latest articles

Volume 50 (1)

The Limits of Demobilization: Global Perspectives on the Aftermath of the Great War
Edele, M., Gerwarth, R., vol. 50 (1): 3-14
Brutalization Revisited: The Case of Russia
Beyrau, D., vol. 50 (1): 15-37
Demobilization and Remobilization of German and Lithuanian Paramilitaries after the First World War
Balkelis, T., vol. 50 (1): 38-57
Enduring Violence: The Postwar Struggles in East-Central Europe, 1917-21
Bohler, J., vol. 50 (1): 58-77
A 'Brutalizing' War? The USA after the First World War
Keene, J., vol. 50 (1): 78-99
Demobilization in British and French Africa at the End of the First World War
Fogarty, R. S., Killingray, D., vol. 50 (1): 100-123
Demobilization and Empire: Empire Nationalism and Soldier Citizenship in Australia After the First World War - in Dominion Context
Garton, S., vol. 50 (1): 124-143

Volume 49 (4)

Editorship of the Journal of Contemporary History
Evans, R. J., Hodge, M., vol. 49 (4): 625-626
'Our Russian Passport': First World War Monuments, Transnational Commemoration, and the Russian Emigration in Europe, 1918-39
Cohen, A. J., vol. 49 (4): 627-651
Humanitarianism and National Sovereignty: Red Cross Intervention on behalf of Political Prisoners in Soviet Russia, 1921-3
Lowe, K. A., vol. 49 (4): 652-674
The Fortress Shop: Consumer Culture, Violence, and Security in Weimar Berlin
Loberg, M., vol. 49 (4): 675-701
The Many Heads of the Hydra: Local Parafascism in Spain and Europe, 1936-50
Rodriguez Barreira, O., vol. 49 (4): 702-726
Japanese War Criminals in Indochina and the French Pursuit of Justice: Local and International Constraints
Trefalt, B., vol. 49 (4): 727-742
From Blackface to Beulah: Subtle Subversion in Early Black Sitcoms
Scott, M., vol. 49 (4): 743-769
Spiel Appeal: Play, Drug Use and the Culture of 1968 in West Germany
Morris, W., vol. 49 (4): 770-793
Cold War Identities: Citizenship, Constitutional Reform, and International Law between East and West Germany, 1967-75
Gehrig, S., vol. 49 (4): 794-814
After the Fall: Politics, the Public Use of History and the Historiography of the Italian Communist Party, 1991-2011
Fantoni, G., vol. 49 (4): 815-836
The Interdisciplinary Challenge in European Integration History
Warlouzet, L., vol. 49 (4): 837-845
Stephen Morillo with Michael F. Pavkovic, What is Military History?
Neitzel, S., vol. 49 (4): 846-847
Max Paul Friedman, Rethinking Anti-Americanism: The History of an Exceptional Concept in American Foreign Relations
Klautke, E., vol. 49 (4): 847-849