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history titles give balanced attention to social and cultural history, as well as to political and institutional change. Authors are encouraged to present, and to challenge, controversial views. The Huguenot history list continues to develop with the support of The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
 

 

American Exceptionalism
Arnon Gutfeld

Aristocrats, Adventurers and Ambulances
Linda Palfreeman

Ashes and Granite
Olivia Muñoz-Rojas

The Cold War and Soviet Mistrust of Churchill s Pursuit of Détente, 19511955
Uri Bar-Noi


The Bellicose Dove

Walter C. Utt and Brian E. Strayer

Britain, the Cold War and Yugoslav Unity, 1941–1949
Ann Lane

Britain and Italy, 1943–1949
Moshe Gat

Catalonia since the Spanish Civil War
Andrew Dowling

Catholicism, War and the Foundation of Francoism
Sid Lowe

Churchill and Spain
Richard Wigg

Constancia de la Mora in War and Exile
Soledad Fox

The Cost of War
Arthur Turner

The Crescent Remembered
Patricia Hertel

The Crisis of Democracy in Spain

Nigel Townson

Cunning-Folk and Familiar Spirits: Shamanistic Visionary Traditions in Early Modern British Witchcraft and Magic
Emma Wilby

Democracy, Trade Unions and Political Violence in Spain
Richard Purkiss

Distant Drums
Ashley Jackson

Dugald Stewart: The Pride and Ornament of Scotland
Gordon Macintyre

Egypt s African Empire
Alice Moore-Harell

English Catholic Historians and the English Reformation, 1585–1954
John Vidmar

The Experience of Being Poor in England, 1700–1834
Steven King

The Faith and the Fury
Maria Thomas

Fighting the Antichrist
Leticia Álvarez-Recio

The Foreign Office and Foreign Policy, 19191926
Ephraim Maisel

‘For us it was Heaven’
Angela Jackson

The Foundations of Modern Freemasonry
Ric Berman

France Divided
David Wingeate Pike

From Strangers to Citizens
Edited by Randolph Vigne and Charles Littleton

‘Goodbye, Spain?’
Kathryn Crameri

Heretics Within
David Parnham

Huguenot Heritage
Robin Gwynn

Huguenot Refugees in Colonial New York
Paula Wheeler Carlo

The Huguenot Soldiers of William of Orange and the Glorious Revolution of 1688
Matthew Glozier

The Huguenots
Edited by Jane McKee and Randolph Vigne

Immigrants in Tudor and Early Stuart England
Edited by Nigel Goose and Lien Luu

The Impact of the Spanish Civil War on Britain
Tom Buchanan

Infrastructure and the Political Economy of Nation Building in Spain, 1720–2010
Germà Bel

Ireland’s Huguenots and Their Refuge
Raymond Hylton

Is Spain Different?
Edited by Nigel Townson

Jewish History in Modern Times
Joseph Goldstein

John Lingard and the Pursuit of Historical Truth
Edwin Jones

Juan Negrín
Gabriel Jackson

L’Espagne Republicaine
David A. Messenger

The Last English Revolutionary
By Hugh Purcell with Phyll Smith

The Last of the Great Proconsuls
Martin W. Daly

Mandates and Empire
Michael D. Callahan

Marshal Schomberg (1615–1690) – “The Ablest Soldier of His Age”
Matthew Glozier

Mexico and the Spanish Civil War
Mario Ojeda Revah

Modernizing the Nation
Javier Moreno-Luzón

The Muslim Struggle for Civil Rights in Spain
Aitana Guia

Nazis in Pre-War London, 1930–1939
James J. Barnes and Patience Barnes

Nazi Rule and the Soviet Offensive in Eastern Germany, 19441945
Alastair Noble

On the Account: Piracy and the Americas, 1766-1835
Joseph Gibbs

On the Account in the ‘Golden Age’: Piracy and the Americas, 1670–1726
Joseph Gibbs

Opposing Hitler
Kenneth A. E. Sears

From Palace to Power
Susan Foreman

The Paris Embassy of Sir Eric Phipps
John Herman

Prisms of British Appeasement
Terrance L. Lewis

The Quest for Survival After Franco
Cristina Palomares

Reconstructing Spain
Dacia Viejo-Rose

The Relevant History of Mankind
Nathan Schur

The Rosary, the Republic, and the Right
Karl J. Trybus

Russia’s Transition to Democracy
G. D. G. Murrell

A Sacred Trust
Michael D. Callahan

¡Salud!: British Volunteers in the Republican Medical Service during the Spanish Civil War, 19361939
Linda Palfreeman

Schism
Ric Berman

Señoritas in Blue
Inbal Offer

Shoot the Messenger?
Francisco Espinosa Maestre

Skeletons in the Closet, Skeletons in the Ground
Richard Barker

Slavery, Diplomacy and Empire
Edited by Keith Hamilton and Patrick Salmon

Spain’s Martyred Cities
Martin Minchom

Spanish Education in Morocco, 1912–1956
Irene González González

The Spanish Right and the Jews, 1898
Isabelle Rohr

The Spanish Second Republic Revisited
Edited by Manuel Álvarez Tardío and Fernando del Rey Reguillo

Suffering Saints
Brian E. Strayer

Triumph at Midnight in the Century
Michael Eaude

A Very British Experience
Andrew Stewart

A Victorian Class Conflict?
John T. Smith

The Visions of Isobel Gowdie
Emma Wilby

The War and Its Shadow
Helen Graham

War, the Hero and the Will
Jane L. Bownas

 

 

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