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Continental Drift: Britain and Europe from the End of Empire to the Rise of Euroscepticism
In the aftermath of the SecondWorldWar, Churchill sought to lead Europe into an integrated union, but a little more than seventy years later Britain is poised to vote on leaving the European UnionExpand
FROM THE DAGGER TO THE BOMB: KARL HEINZEN AND THE EVOLUTION OF POLITICAL TERROR
Historians and political scientists have been quick to draw a continuum between the tyrannicide theories of years gone by and the modern terrorism of today. Yet the underlying motivations andExpand
Imperial Endgame: Britain's Dirty Wars and the End of Empire
Acknowledgments Maps Prologue PART I: THE ATTLEE YEARS, JULY 27, 1945 - OCTOBER 26, 1951 A Promised Land, but to Whom? The American Intervention The Terror Begins Again The End of Compromise Into theExpand
Those Who Dared: A Reappraisal of Britain's Special Air Service, 1950–80
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the United Kingdom embarked upon a policy of rapid demobilisation, reducing its armed forces from a wartime high of 5 million in 1945 to just 375,000 byExpand
Further Thoughts on the Imperial Endgame and Britain's Dirty Wars
The publication of my book Imperial Endgame: Britain's Dirty Wars and the End of Empire in 2011 provoked many to respond, although not with a criticism that was consistent across the board. In myExpand
The realities of government
The Prime Minister finalised his cabinet in the late hours of 30 October 1951. At its first meeting that day, he made no mention of either the Commonwealth or Europe, instead appointing a committeeExpand
Intelligence, Statecraft and International Power: Irish Conference of Historians (review)
★ 1273 which might cause confusion for the average reader. This tendency seems like nothing more than an effort to produce a certain je ne sais quoi for the book. Despite Jarymowycz’s noteworthyExpand
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