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H-Net Reviews--March 23-30, 2015

The following reviews were posted to the H-Net web site between
23 Mar 2015 and 30 Mar 2015.

Reviewed for H-War by Donald MacCuish
    Libert, Rachel; Hardmon, Tony, dirs..  _Semper Fi: Always
    Faithful_.  Oley: Bullfrog Films, 2011.  76 mins.  $295.00, ISBN 978-1-937772-09-3.

Reviewed for H-War by Jerome Devitt
    Gleeson, David T..  _Green and the Gray: The Irish in the

H-Net Job Guide--March 23-30, 2015

The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 23 March 2015 to 30 March
2015. These job postings are included here based on the categories selected by the
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H-Net Academic Announcements--March 27-30, 2015


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Bodleian Library opens renovated building


The Bodleian Library in Oxford has opened a new set of reading rooms, exhibition spaces and classrooms in the "New Bodleian" building on Broad Street.

Below is a link to a story in The Independent about the new building: