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.

Publisher: 
Sage Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0022-0094
ISSN (online): 
1461-7250

Latest articles

Volume 49 (1)

Introduction
Harris, V., Konczol, B., Motadel, D., vol. 49 (1): 3-8
Migration and Migration Policy: West Germany and the Recruitment of Foreign Labour, 1945-61
Steinert, J.-D., vol. 49 (1): 9-27
Citizens and Non-Citizens: The Relevance of Citizenship Status in Labour Migration within Italy and to Germany from the 1950s to 1970s
Sparschuh, O., vol. 49 (1): 28-53
Changing the National Narrative: Evolution in Citizenship and Integration in Germany, 2000-10
Williams, H., vol. 49 (1): 54-74
The Oder-Neisse Line as a Place of Remembrance for Germans and Poles
Halicka, B., vol. 49 (1): 75-91
Displaced Persons in Postwar Germany: Parallel Societies in a Hostile Environment
Antons, J.-H., vol. 49 (1): 92-114
Asylum in Postwar Germany: Refugee Admission Policies and Their Practical Implementation in the Federal Republic and the GDR Between the Late 1940s and the Mid-1970s
Poutrus, P. G., vol. 49 (1): 115-133
Anti-colonialism in a Post-Imperial Environment - The Case of Berlin, 1914-33
Kuck, N., vol. 49 (1): 134-159
The Multinational Working Class? Political Activism and Labour Migration in West Germany During the 1960s and 1970s
Goeke, S., vol. 49 (1): 160-182
Migration and Urban Transformations: Frankfurt in the 1960s and 1970s
Espahangizi, R., vol. 49 (1): 183-208
Food for Thought: Rethinking the History of Migration to West Germany Through the Migrant Restaurant Business
Mohring, M., vol. 49 (1): 209-227
Negotiating Integration in Berlin's Waxing Studios: Brazilian Migrants' Gendered Appropriation of Urban Consumer Spaces and 'Ethnic' Entrepreneurship
Lidola, M., vol. 49 (1): 228-251

Volume 48 (4)

Britishness and Commemoration: National Memorials to the First World War in Britain and Ireland
Macleod, J., vol. 48 (4): 647-665
In the Border's Shadow: Reimagining Urban Spaces in Strasbourg, 1918-39
Carrol, A., vol. 48 (4): 666-687
The Ghosts of Appeasement: Britain and the Legacy of the Munich Agreement
Hughes, R. G., vol. 48 (4): 688-716
Anticipation of Civil War: The Polish Government in Exile and the Threat Posed by the Communist Movement During the Second World War
Prazmowska, A. J., vol. 48 (4): 717-741
Illicit Encounters: Female Civilian Fraternization with Axis Prisoners of War in Second World War Britain
Moore, B., vol. 48 (4): 742-760
Relief and Politics in Occupied Greece, 1941-4
Hionidou, V., vol. 48 (4): 761-783
Islam and Germany's War in the Soviet Borderlands, 1941-5
Motadel, D., vol. 48 (4): 784-820
Engines of Desperation: Jet Engines, Production and New Weapons in the Third Reich
Giffard, H., vol. 48 (4): 821-844