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Review of the 2007 periodical literature related to the period since 1945 and relevant to the study of British economic and social history

@inproceedings{Pemberton2008ReviewOT,
  title={Review of the 2007 periodical literature related to the period since 1945 and relevant to the study of British economic and social history},
  author={H. N. Pemberton},
  year={2008}
}

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In the early 1960s, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation broadcast a weekly fiveminute programme, in its early evening slot, which was so popular that when its presenter, Noeline Pritchard, was

Men don’t wear velvet you know!: Fashionable gay masculinity and the shopping experience, London, 1950- early 1970s

This article uses a case study approach, informed by oral testimony, to explore the relationship between fashion, gay masculinity and shopping, through the expereinces of three men during the 1950s

British Decolonisation: The Record and the Records

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Contemporary History: Reflections from Britain and Germany

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Integration and Disintegration: The Attempted Incorporation of Malta into the United Kingdom in the 1950s

Existing interpretations stress that challenges to British interests elsewhere in the Mediterranean were central to Britain's initial support for Maltese incorporation into the United Kingdom.

US ‘Atomic Capability’ and the British Forward Bases in the Early Cold War

During the Berlin crisis of 1948, US bombers were once again based in Britain, signalling to the Soviet government the American resolution to stand fast in defence of western Europe. Contemporary

Institutions and Economic Growth: Sharpening the Research Agenda

After a long hiatus, "institutions" again is a fashionable term in the vocabulary of professional economists. Indeed, there is widespread agreement that the right institutions are the key to economic
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