TOC: Twentieth Century British History Volume 28, No 3

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Table of Contents


Duncan Tanner Essay Prize 2016: Historical Pageants, Citizenship, and the Performance of Women’s History before Second-Wave Feminism
By Zoë Thomas

‘If I Ever Have to Go to Prison, I Hope it’s a Russian Prison’: British Labour, Social Democracy and Soviet Communism, 1919–25
By Max Hodgson

Children, Class, and the Search for Security: Writing the Future in 1930s Britain
By Hester Barron and Claire Langhamer

Justifying British Advertising in War and Austerity, 1939–51
By Philippa Haughton

‘People Love Player’s’: Cigarette Advertising and the Teenage Consumer in Post-war Britain
By Daniel O’Neill

The Consul and the Beatnik: The Establishment, Youth Culture and the Beginnings of the Hippy Trail (1966–8)
By Sharif Gemie and Brian Ireland

Review Article:

Archive Review: The Black Cultural Archives, Brixton
By Hannah J.M. Ishmael and Rob Waters


British Imperialism and ‘The Tribal Question’: Desert Administration and Nomadic Societies in the Middle East, 1919-1936. By Robert S. G. Fletcher
Reviewed by James Renton

Tabloid Century: The Popular Press in Britain, 1896 to the Present. By Adrian Bingham and Martin Conboy
Reviewed by Jean Seaton

Seven Lives from Mass Observation: Britain in the Late Twentieth Century. By James Hinton
Reviewed by William Whyte

Alice in Westminster: The Political Life of Alice Bacon. By Rachel Reeves
Reviewed by Laura Beers

Foreigners, Minorities and Integration: The Muslim Immigrant Experience in Britain and Germany. By Sarah Hackett
Reviewed by Jed Fazakarley

The Cabinet Office 1916-2016: The Birth of Modern Government. By Anthony Seldon with Jonathan Meakin
Reviewed by Philip Aylett

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