Twentieth Century British History

Twentieth Century British History covers the variety of British history in the twentieth century in all its aspects. It links the many different and specialized branches of historical scholarship with work in political science and related disciplines. The journal seeks to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries, in order to foster the study of patterns of change and continuity across the twentieth century. The editors are committed to publishing work that examines the British experience within a comparative context, whether European or Anglo-American.

Quarterly.

ISSN (print): 
09552359
ISSN (online): 
14774674

Latest articles

Volume 26 (2)

'National Hero and Very Queer Fish': Empire, Sexuality and the British Remembrance of General Gordon, 1918-72
Jones, M., vol. 26 (2): 175-202
Michael Young, the Institute of Community Studies, and the Politics of Kinship
Butler, L., vol. 26 (2): 203-224
The Untraditional Worker: Class Re-Formation in Britain 1945-65
Saunders, J., vol. 26 (2): 225-248
Edward Heath, the Declaration of Perth and the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, 1966-70
Pentland, G., vol. 26 (2): 249-273
Social Security Policy and the Early Disability Movement--Expertise, Disability, and the Government, 1965-77
Millward, G., vol. 26 (2): 274-297
Divorce and the English Clergy c.1970-1990
Armstrong, N., vol. 26 (2): 298-320
Veteran MPs and Conservative Politics in the Aftermath of the Great War: The Memory of All That. By Richard Carr.
Cridford, T. J., vol. 26 (2): 321-323
Militarism and the British Left, 1902-1914. By Matthew Johnson.
Carr, R., vol. 26 (2): 323-325
Women, Sport and Modernity in Interwar Britain. By Fiona Skillen.
Nicholson, R., vol. 26 (2): 325-327
Landscapes of Protest in the Scottish Highlands after 1914: The Later Highland Land Wars. By Iain J. M. Robertson.
Packer, I., vol. 26 (2): 327-329
Unemployment and the State in Britain: The Means Test and Protest in 1930s South Wales and North-East England. By Stephanie Ward.
Ackerley, A., vol. 26 (2): 329-331
Housewives and Citizens: Domesticity and the Women's Movement in England, 1928-64. By Caitriona Beaumont.
Logan, A., vol. 26 (2): 331-333
Men, Masculinities and Religious Change in Twentieth-Century Britain. By Lucy Delap and Sue Morgan.
King, L., vol. 26 (2): 333-335
Lost Freedom. The Landscape of the Child and the British Post-War Settlement. By Mathew Thomson.
Lewis, J., vol. 26 (2): 335-337
Faith in the Family: A Lived Religious History of English Catholicism 1945-82. By Alana Harris.
Armstrong, N., vol. 26 (2): 337-339
The Wind of Change: Harold Macmillan and British Decolonization. By L. Butler and S. Stockwell (eds).
Schofield, C., vol. 26 (2): 340-341
Monarchy and the End of Empire: The House of Windsor, the British Government, and the Post-war Commonwealth. By Philip Murphy.
Riley, C. L., vol. 26 (2): 342-343
Sinners? Scroungers? Saints? Unmarried Motherhood in Twentieth-Century England. By Pat Thane and Tanya Evans.
Pooley, S., vol. 26 (2): 344-346

Volume 26 (1)

From Shell Shock to Shellac: The Great War, Blindness, and Britain's Talking Book Library
Rubery, M., vol. 26 (1): 1-25
Putting the City Back into Citizenship: Civics Education and Local Government in Britain, 1918-45
Hulme, T., vol. 26 (1): 26-51