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 49 (3)

Refugees and the Nation-State in Europe, 1919-59
Frank, M., Reinisch, J., vol. 49 (3): 477-490
National Construction Work and Hierarchies of Empathy in Postwar Austria
Knight, R., vol. 49 (3): 491-513
Between National and International Mandates: Displaced Persons and Refugees in Postwar Italy
Salvatici, S., vol. 49 (3): 514-536
Prejudiced Asylum: Czechoslovak Refugee Policy, 1918-60
Frankl, M., vol. 49 (3): 537-555
Remaking Asylum in Post-War France, 1944-52
Burgess, G., vol. 49 (3): 556-576
More and Less Deserving Refugees: Shifting Priorities in Swiss Asylum Policy from the Interwar Era to the Hungarian Refugee Crisis of 1956
Ludi, R., vol. 49 (3): 577-598
When the State Stepped into the Arena: The Swedish Welfare State, Refugees and Immigrants 1930s-50s
Bystrom, M., vol. 49 (3): 599-621

Volume 49 (2)

Healing the Soldier, Restoring the Nation: Representations of Shell Shock in the USA During and After the First World War
Stagner, A. C., vol. 49 (2): 255-274
Arab Students in Weimar Germany - Politics and Thought Beyond Borders
Nordbruch, G., vol. 49 (2): 275-295
Lies of Our Fathers: Memory and Politics in the Basque Country Under the Franco Dictatorship, 1936-68
Molina, F., vol. 49 (2): 296-319
The Price of Belonging to the Volk: Volksdeutsche, Land Redistribution and Aryanization in the Serbian Banat, 1941-4
Zakić, M., vol. 49 (2): 320-340
Inside a Chinese Communist Municipal Newspaper: Purges at the Beijing Daily
Hung, C.-t., vol. 49 (2): 341-365
Parallel Diplomacy, Parallel War: The PIDE/DGS's Dealings with Rhodesia and South Africa, 1961-74
de Meneses, F. R., McNamara, R., vol. 49 (2): 366-389
Champion of Human Rights: The European Parliament and the Helsinki Process
Gfeller, A. E., vol. 49 (2): 390-409
History in Flux: Indira Gandhi and the 'Great All-Party Campaign' for the Protection of the Cow, 1966-8
Copland, I., vol. 49 (2): 410-439
Race in America: From Civil War to Civil Rights
Sked, A., vol. 49 (2): 440-453
Matthew Rampley (ed.), Heritage, Ideology, and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe: Contested Pasts, Contested Presents,
Prusin, A., vol. 49 (2): 454-471
Lorenzo Benadusi, The Enemy of the New Man: Homosexuality in Fascist Italy
Arthurs, J., vol. 49 (2): 455-457
Alex J. Kay, Jeff Rutherford, and David Stahel (eds), Nazi Policy on the Eastern Front, 1941: Total War, Genocide, and Radicalization
Beorn, W. W., vol. 49 (2): 457-459
Matthew M. Briones, Jim and Jap Crow: A Cultural History of 1940s Interracial America,
Howard, J., vol. 49 (2): 459-461