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Volume 51 Issue 3
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Pages: 606-647
Published online: June 28, 2008DOI: 10.1111/1468-0289.00108

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Judith A. Green, The aristocracy of Norman England Martha Carlin, ed., London and Southwark inventories Dagmar Freist, Governed by opinion Peter Searby, A history of the University of Cambridge, III Christopher W. Brooks and Michael Lobban, eds., Communities and courts in Britain Jack Simmons and Gordon Biddle, eds., The Oxford companion to British railway History Roger Lloyd-Jones and M. J. Lewis, British industrial capitalism since the industrial Revolution Frank Neal, Black ’47 J. N. Bartlett, Davidsons of Mugiemoss Iorwerth Prothero, Radical artisans in England and France John Newlands, Put not your trust in money Claudia Nelson and Ann Sumner Holmes, eds., Maternal instincts Richard Anthony, Herds and hinds Bernard Harris, The health of the schoolchild Tom Buchanan, Britain and the Spanish Civil War Sebastian Ritchie, Industry and air power Allan Ormerod, An industrial odyssey Martin Chick, Industrial policy in Britain Jean-Pierre Gross, Fair shares for all Frances M. B. Lynch, France and the international economy Marjolein ‘t Hart, Joost Jonker, and Jan Luiten van Zanden, eds., A financial history of the Netherlands Michele Fratianni and Franco Spinelli, eds., A monetary history of Italy Carla Rahn Phillips and William D. Phillips Jr., Spain’s golden fleece Sidney Pollard, Marginal Europe John Horne, ed., State, society and mobilization in Europe during the First World War Lance E. Davis, Robert E. Galman, and Karin Gleiter, In pursuit of Leviathan Paul A. C. Koistinen, Mobilizing for modern war Hal S. Barron, Mixed harvest J. Gregory Sidak, Foreign investment in American telecommunications Sanford M. Jacoby, Modern manors Michael French, US economic history since 1945 Nicholas Spulber, The American economy Stephen Haber, ed., How Latin America fell behind L. J. Butler, Industrialisation and the British colonial state Holden Furber, Private fortunes and company profits in the India trade in the 18th Century Vera Mackie, Creating socialist women in Japan Hugh Cunningham and Pier Paolo Viazzo, eds., Child labour in historical perspective Dietmar Rothermund, The global impact of the great depression Sidney Pollard, The international economy since 1945 D. Lal and H. Myint, The political economy of poverty, equity and growth James P. Henderson, ed., The state of the history of economics Johnston Birchall, The international co-operative movement