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The Battle Lost, the War Won: The Enduring Success of the Popular Front Narrative of the Spanish Civil War
Research for this SIP required primary and secondary material from a number of distinct fields. In understanding the political situation and issues of Spain in the first half of the twentieth century, Franz Borkenau's ...
US and British Media Perceptions of Warlord Era China from 1920-1928
Most warlord historians describe Warlord Era China as a time of great chaos, confusion, and complexity. The chaos that engulfed China during the 1920s made it difficult for foreign nations with economic interests in the ...
The Cigarette Embraces Its Feminine Side: 1930s Cigarette Advertising
This study examines the transformation of the cigarette's image during the 1920s. This decade proved to be a period of outstanding social changes across American society, especially for women. Women received the right ...
Between the Rhine and the Guillotine: The Bas-Rhin in the Year of Revolutionary Government
The issue with the sources about the French Revolution provides yet another reason why the year of revolutionary government in Alsace is a legitimate topic to analyze. One of the main things that appear when looking at ...
"Sort of Tragic and Serene:" Southern Women and Insanity from 1880 to 1920
The case files used from the South Carolina Mental Hospital have three stories to be told within their lines. The first story was that of the hospital administrators. The asylum form itself set a certain standard of ...
Images of German-Americans During World War I
This study will follow a roughly chronological progression through the years of the First World War, beginning toward the end of the first decade of the Twentieth century, and concluding with the immediate aftermath of ...