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TOC: ARCHIVES the journal of the British Records Association

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TOC: Twentieth Century British History, Volume 27, No 2

The latest volume of the Oxford Journal Twentieth Century British History is now available online at http://bit.ly/2aYtZSt

 

Table of Contents

Articles:

‘The Social Picture of Our Own Times’: Reading Obscene Magazines in Mid-Twentieth-Century Britain
by Harry Cocks

The Korean War Never Happened: Forgetting a Conflict in British Culture and Society
by Grace Huxford

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