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Monthly Archives: November 2007

Very Deeply Dyed in Black

Review by Brett Bennet, University of Texas at Austin Very Deeply Dyed in Black: Sir Oswald Mosley and the Resurrection of British Fascism after 1945 , Graham Macklin (London: I. B. Tauris, 2007), 205 pages. When referring to the historiography of British fascism, a scholar once commented, “Rarely can such an apparently insignificant topic have […]

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November 2007: Jason Parker

1. First of all, you are formally an American historian but your work overlaps with British and British imperial history. What drew you into studying Anglo-American relations in the Caribbean? JP: Like a lot of historians, I was drawn to my subject by both personal and professional gravities. I went to grad school to study […]

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