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  1. The ‘Good German’ Goes Global: the Volkswagen Beetle as an Icon in the Federal Republic
  2. Bernhard Rieger
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  1. The Trabant: Consumption, Eigen-Sinn, and Movement
  2. Eli Rubin
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  1. Masculinity on Trial: Penises, Hermaphrodites and the Uncertain Male Body in Early Modern France
  2. Cathy McClive
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  1. Pain and Degradation in Georgian London: Life in the Marshalsea Prison
  2. Jerry White
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  1. Illegibility: Reading and Insecurity in History, Law and Government
  2. Jane Caplan
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  1. Courting the Pink Pound: Men Only and the Queer Consumer, 1935–39
  2. Justin Bengry
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  1. One World, Many Cultures: Margaret Mead and the Limits to Cold War Anthropology
  2. Peter Mandler
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  1. Forgetting the Revolution and Remembering the War: Memory and Violence in Highland Bolivia
  2. Andrew Canessa
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  1. The Politics of History Teaching in England and France during the 1980s
  2. Abby Waldman
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  1. Uncomfortable Commemorations
  2. Beth Kowaleski Wallace
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  1. The ‘Up the Manor!’ Oral History Project
  2. Michelle Johansen
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  1. Clerkenwell Tales
  2. Andrew Whitehead
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  1. Mac Paps
  2. Richard Baxell
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  1. The Queer Politics of Slumming
  2. Seth Koven
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  1. Rights and Sentiments
  2. Peter de Bolla
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  1. The Left and Folk Song
  2. Alun Howkins
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  1. So Distracted a State
  2. Kate Chedgzoy
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  1. Wigs and Ear Wax
  2. Evelyn Welch
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  1. Kindness to Strangers
  2. Liza Schuster
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  1. A Complicated State of Mind
  2. H. G. Cocks
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  1. The Children Act 1908: Centennial Reflections, Contemporary Perspectives (review)
  2. Kate Bradley
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  1. Before the Holocaust: Concentration Camps in Nazi Germany, 1933–9, Birkbeck College (review)
  2. Christian Goeschel
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  1. Gendering Historiography (review)
  2. Ulrike Lindner
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  1. Eugen Weber (1925–2007)
  2. Matt K. Matsuda
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  1. Stanley Trapido (1933–2008)
  2. Bill Nasson
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