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 25 (3)

The Editors New Perspectives on the Cultural History of Britain and the Great War
vol. 25 (3): 345-346
Attending to Ghosts: Some Reflections on the Disavowals of British Great War Historiography
Francis, M., vol. 25 (3): 347-367
The Politics of Service and Sacrifice in WWI Ireland and India
Rose, S. O., vol. 25 (3): 368-390
Indian Sepoy Experience in Europe, 1914-18: Archive, Language, and Feeling
Das, S., vol. 25 (3): 391-417
Defence Against the Indefensible: The Gas Mask, the State and British Culture during and after the First World War
Grayzel, S. R., vol. 25 (3): 418-434
Duncan Tanner Essay Prize Winner 2013: 'Something of the Spirit of Stalingrad': British women, their Soviet sisters, propaganda and politics in the Second World War
Ward, C., vol. 25 (3): 435-460
Ben Pimlott Memorial Lecture 2013: Vox Populi?: The Recorded Voice and Twentieth-Century British History
Moran, J., vol. 25 (3): 461-483
'Observing the 80s' http://blogs.sussex.ac.uk/observingthe80s/
Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, F., vol. 25 (3): 484-495
Remembering the South African War. Britain and the Memory of the Anglo-Boer War: from 1899 to the Present. By Peter Donaldson
Dubow, S., vol. 25 (3): 496-498
Visions of Empire: Patriotism, Popular Culture and the City, 1870-1939. By Brad Beaven
Monger, D., vol. 25 (3): 498-500
Patriotism and Propaganda in First World War Britain. By David Monger
Hendley, M., vol. 25 (3): 501-503
Disturbing Practices: History, Sexuality, and Women's Experience of Modern War. By Laura Doan
Vickers, E., vol. 25 (3): 503-505
Organized Patriotism and the Crucible of War: Popular Imperialism in Britain, 1914-1932. By Matthew C. Hendley
Fleming, N. C., vol. 25 (3): 505-507

Volume 25 (2)

'What we think is needed is a union of domestics such as the miners have': The Domestic Workers' Union of Great Britain and Ireland 1908-14
Schwartz, L., vol. 25 (2): 173-198
The Twopenny Library: The Book Trade, Working-Class Readers, and 'Middlebrow' Novels in Britain, 1930-42
Hilliard, C., vol. 25 (2): 199-220
Locking out the Communists: The Labour party and the Communist party, 1939-46
Thorpe, A., vol. 25 (2): 221-250
Legislating against Hatred: Meaning and Motive in Section Six of the Race Relations Act of 1965
Schaffer, G., vol. 25 (2): 251-275
Ambivalent Horizons: Competing Narratives of Self in Irish Women's Memories of Pre-Marriage Years in Post-War England
Hazley, B., vol. 25 (2): 276-304
Private Lives, Public Records: Illegitimacy and the Birth Certificate in Twentieth-Century Britain
Durbach, N., vol. 25 (2): 305-326
Knowing their Place; Domestic Service in Twentieth-Century Britain. By Lucy Delap.
Alexander, S., vol. 25 (2): 327-329