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Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 4

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Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 4
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Special Issue: Defining Transnationalism

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Editor(s): Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield, UK Jonathan Morris, University College London, UK
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Published: February, May, August and November
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Institutions Online & Print £ 81.00; Institutions Online Only £ 76.00; Individuals Print Only £ 39.00

 

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Contemporary European History
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United Kingdom
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Kahlert, Torsten

Table of contents

Abstracts: French and German, pp iii - vi (free access)

Defining Transnationalism
PATRICIA CLAVIN, pp 421 - 439 (free access)

Scoundrels without a Fatherland? Heavy Industry and Transnationalism in Post-First World War Germany
CONAN FISCHER, pp 441 - 464

Transnationalism and the League of Nations: Understanding the Work of Its Economic and Financial Organisation
PATRICIA CLAVIN, JENS-WILHELM WESSEL, pp 465 - 492 (free access)

The Transnational Dream: Politicians, Diplomats and Soldiers in the League of Nations' Pursuit of International Disarmament, 1920–1938
ANDREW WEBSTER, pp 493 - 518 (free access)

J. P. Morgan & Co., the House of Morgan and Europe 1933–1939
MARTIN HORN, pp 519 - 538

‘To Learn Nothing and To Forget Nothing’: Italian Socialism and the Experience of Exile Politics, 1935–1945
ALEXANDER DE GRAND, pp 539 - 558

National Internationalists: British and West German Protests against Nuclear Weapons, the Politics of Transnational Communications and the Social History of the Cold War, 1957–1964
HOLGER NEHRING, pp 559 - 582 (free access)

Conference Report Transnationalism in the Balkans: The Emergence, Nature and Impact of Cross-national Linkages on an Enlarged and Enlarging Europe, 26–27 November 2004
DENISA KOSTOVICOVA, NATALIJA BASIC, pp 583 - 590

Continuities and Discontinuities: New Research on the History of German Economic Institutions
CHRISTOPHER KOPPER, pp 591 - 602

Nothing but Lost Opportunities? The History of the Italian Left, 1980–2000: A View from the Future
ANDREA ROMANO, pp 603 - 611

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27.11.2005
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