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Journal of Contemporary History 49 (2014), 3

Title 
Journal of Contemporary History 49 (2014), 3
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Special Issue: Refugees and the Nation-State in Europe, 1919–59

Editor(s)
Richard Evans, University of Cambridge and Stanley Payne, University of Wisconsin.
Published on
London [u.a.] 2014: Sage Publications
Frequency 
Quarterly: January, April, July, October

 

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Organization name
Journal of Contemporary History (JCH)
Country
United Kingdom
By
Mielbrandt, Björn

Table of contents

Introduction

Refugees and the Nation-State in Europe, 1919–59
Matthew Frank and Jessica Reinisch

Articles

National Construction Work and Hierarchies of Empathy in Postwar Austria
Robert Knight

Between National and International Mandates: Displaced Persons and Refugees in Postwar Italy
Silvia Salvatici

Prejudiced Asylum: Czechoslovak Refugee Policy, 1918–60
Michal Frankl

Remaking Asylum in Post-War France, 1944–52
Greg Burgess

More and Less Deserving Refugees: Shifting Priorities in Swiss Asylum Policy from the Interwar Era to the Hungarian Refugee Crisis of 1956
Regula Ludi

When the State Stepped into the Arena: The Swedish Welfare State, Refugees and Immigrants 1930s–50s
Mikael Byström

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Published on
25.07.2014
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Language Contribution
Holdings 0022-0094