Contemporary European History 29 (2020), 1

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Contemporary European History 29 (2020), 1.


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Editors: Dr Ludivine Broch (University of Westminster, UK); Dr Celia Donert (University of Liverpool, UK); Dr Matthew Frank (University of Leeds, UK); Dr Jessica Reinisch (Birkbeck, University of London, UK)
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Editors: Dr Ludivine Broch (University of Westminster, UK); Dr Celia Donert (University of Liverpool, UK); Dr Matthew Frank (University of Leeds, UK); Dr Jessica Reinisch (Birkbeck, University of London, UK)
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Published: February, May, August and November

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Reconsidering the Crisis Agreements of the 1930s: The Defence of Democracy in a Comparative Scandinavian Perspective
Kristina Krake
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 1 – 15
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000607 Published Online on 29 November 2018

From Neo-Slavism to Internationalism: Interwar Central Europe and the Search for the Lost Mountains
Carolin F. Roeder
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 16 – 29
doi: 10.1017/S0960777319000171 Published Online on 28 October 2019

Towards the Centre: Early Neoliberals in the Netherlands and the Rise of the Welfare State, 1945–1958
Bram Mellink
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 30 – 43
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000887 Published Online on 12 February 2019

Émigré Politics and the Cold War: The National Labor Alliance (NTS), United States Intelligence Agencies and Post-War Europe
Benjamin Tromly
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 44 – 59
doi: 10.1017/S0960777318000590 Published Online on 15 January 2019

From Defectors to Cooperators: The Impact of 1956 on Athletes, Sport Leaders and Sport Policy in Socialist Hungary
Johanna Mellis
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 60 – 76
doi: 10.1017/S0960777319000183 Published Online on 12 November 2019

Forming a Transnational Moral Community between Soviet Dissidents and Ex-Communist Western Supporters: The Case of Pavel Litvinov, Karel van het Reve and Stephen Spender
Yasuhiro Matsui
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 77 – 89
doi: 10.1017/S096077731900016X Published Online on 13 November 2019

Spotlight

Serbian Historiography after 1991
Christian Axboe Nielsen
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 90 – 103
doi: 10.1017/S096077731900033X Published Online on 12 November 2019

Review article

Challenging Imperialism Across Borders: Recent Studies of Twentieth-Century Internationalist Networks against Empire
Daniel Brückenhaus
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 104 – 115
doi: 10.1017/S0960777319000134 Published Online on 12 November 2019

On Recent Developments in the New Historiography of (Neo)Liberalism
Iain Stewart
Contemporary European History, Volume 29 / Issue 1, February 2020, pp 116 – 124
doi: 10.1017/S0960777319000158 Published Online on 12 November 2019

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Contemporary European History 29 (2020), 1. in: H-Soz-Kult, 14.01.2020, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-12167>.
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