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German Historical Institute London Bulletin
Vol 37 (2015), No. 1

 

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CONTENTS

Special Theme: The Sounds of the First World War

Introduction (Felix Römer) 3
War Noises on the Battlefield: On Fighting Underground and Learning to Listen in the Great War (Julia Encke) 7
Reflections of War Sounds in German Concert Halls (Stefan Hanheide) 22
War, Impression, Sound, and Memory: British Music and the First World War (Jeremy C. Dibble) 43

Review Article

‘When Saturday Comes’: New Books on German and International Sports History (Kay Schiller) 57

Book Reviews

Chartularium Sangallense, i: 700–840, ed. Peter Erhart with Karl Heidecker and Bernhard Zeller (Jinty Nelson) 73
Tom Scott, The Early Reformation in Germany: Between Secular Impact and Radical Vision (Gabriele Haug-Moritz) 78
David Scott Gehring, Anglo-German Relations and the Protestant Cause: Elizabethan Foreign Policy and Pan-Protestantism  ;
David Worthington, British and Irish Experiences and Impres sions of Central Europe, c.1560–1688 (Alexander Schunka)
81
Anorthe Kremers and Elisabeth Reich (eds.), Loyal Subversion? Caricatures from the Personal Union between England and Hanover (1714–1837) (Torsten Riotte) 87
Uwe Ziegler and Horst Carl (eds.), ‘In unserer Liebe nicht glücklich’: Kultureller Austausch zwischen Großbritannien und Deutschland 1770–1840 (John R. Davis) 91
Leighton S. James, Witnessing the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in German Central Europe (Michael Sikora) 96
Sven Oliver Müller, Das Publikum macht die Musik: Musikleben in Berlin, London und Wien im 19. Jahrhundert (Anselm Heinrich) 99
Egbert Klautke, The Mind of the Nation: Völkerpsychologie in Germany, 1851–1955 (Nicolas Berg) 104
Stephan Kurt Westmann, Surgeon with the Kaiser’s Army, ed. Michael Westman (Frank Lorenz Müller) 110
Britta Schilling, Postcolonial Germany: Memories of Empire in a De colonized Nation (Marie Muschalek) 115

Conference Reports

Making Winners? Transforming Individuals through Education in Colonial and Post-Colonial Contexts (Alva Bonaker) 119
All At Sea: The Prize Papers as a Source for a Global Microhistory (Margaret R. Hunt) 124
‘Only doing my duty’: Defining Perpetrators in Relation to State-Sanctioned Violence (Gaëlle Fisher) 136
Inside World War One? International Workshop on Ego Documents and the Experience of the First World War (Dorothee Wierling and Richard Bessel) 140
Society, Rule, and their Representation in Medieval Britain (Martin Stier) 146

Noticeboard

150

Library News

Recent Acquisitions 159