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Native America: A New Narrative (2019)
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Porter, J. (2019). Native America: A New Narrative

David Treuer’s new book reaches the reader garlanded in praise from the world’s most revered arbiters of taste. It is a New York Times bestseller; the paper admires the way it ‘suggests the need for soul-searching’. Vanity Fair likes its ‘hopeful vis... Read More

Centurions and Chieftains : tank sales and British policy towards Israel in the aftermath of the Six Day War (2014)
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Smith, S. C. (2014). Centurions and Chieftains : tank sales and British policy towards Israel in the aftermath of the Six Day War. Contemporary British History, 28(2), 219-239. https://doi.org/10.1080/13619462.2014.930348

Britain's attempt to distance itself from Israel as London sought to conciliate the Arab world in the aftermath of the Six-Day War has entered the historiography of Anglo-Israeli relations. A neglected aspect of the development of British policy towa... Read More

Alexander the Great and the art of adaptation (2013)
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Lonsdale, D. (2013). Alexander the Great and the art of adaptation. Journal of Military History, 77(3), 817-835

Alexander the Great campaigned successfully for twelve years, across the range of military operations, against a wide range of opponents, and within many varied geographical environments. This article argues that this remarkable record of success can... Read More

German court and French Revolution: émigrés and the Brunswick court around 1800 (2007)
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Biskup, T. (2007). German court and French Revolution: émigrés and the Brunswick court around 1800. Francia : Forschungen zur westeurop√§ischen Geschichte, 34(2), 61 - 87

In the history of migration, the émigrés of the French Revolution have long remained marginalised although they formed an important element of cultural transfer in the decades around 1800 when the Old Regime came to an end across the Eu... Read More