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Waging war: discourses of HIV/AIDS in South African media
This paper explores a discourse of war against HIV/AIDS evident in the Daily Dispatch, a South African daily newspaper, from 1985 to 2000, and discusses the implications of this in terms of the wayExpand
The Great War, Memory and Ritual: Commemoration in the City and East London, 1916-1939
The modern idea that the Great War was regarded as a futile waste of life by British society in the disillusioned 1920s and 1930s is here called into question by Mark Connelly. Through a detailedExpand
We Can Take It
Reaching for the stars : a new history of Bomber Command in World War II
The role of Bomber Command in World War II is still shrouded in mystery. This book provides a new and revisionary narrative of the campaign, serving as both a military history and an investigationExpand
Christmas: A History
This book provides an original perspective on the West's most enduring social and cultural institution. The author covers all the vital themes contributing to the modern Christmas: its Anglo-GermanExpand
Christmas: A Social History
The Englishness of Christmas John Bull and the Christmas pantomime the Christmas carol revival and the English musical renaissance Christmas in the British empire the BBC and the broadcasting of theExpand
War and the Media: propaganda and reportage, 1900-2003
Propaganda has been a major tool of war from the earliest times and has never been more vital, and had no greater effect, than in the 20th century - a time of continuous global conflict and two worldExpand
The British Army and the First World War
This is a major new history of the British army during the Great War written by three leading military historians. Ian Beckett, Timothy Bowman and Mark Connelly survey operations on the Western FrontExpand
The British People, the Press and the Strategic Air Campaign against Germany, 1939-45
This article sets out to explore the way in which the RAF's wartime strategic bombing campaign against Germany was presented to the British people. It seeks to understand the flow of informationExpand