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‘It takes a village’: Exploring how Un Village Français engages with histories of Occupied France

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‘A Territorial, Social and Ethical Apartheid’ An Analysis of the Conflicting Portrayals of the French Banlieues and Banlieuesard Identity

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Divided, Frustrated and Powerless: U.S. Efforts to Combat Iranian State-Sponsored Terrorism, 1979-89

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Rhetoric Vs Reality: An Assessment of How US Intervention in Afghanistan Failed to ‘Liberate’ Afghan Women, 2001-2009

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British NGOs in Afghanistan: 1982-1991 and 2001-2005

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THE POLITICAL UTILISATION AND IMPACT OF SPORT IN FRANCO-ALGERIAN RELATIONS, 1913-2001

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Women in the French Resistance: Their Portrayal in Anglo-American Popular Culture

This entry was posted in 1920-1949, 20th Century, Cultural History, Europe, France, Gender and Women, Germany, HIST3500, Political History, Undergraduate dissertation.

The Importance of Being Eccentric: The Rise and Fall of a Forgotten Victorian Value

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THE SEXUALISATION OF EXPLORATION: THE 15th AND 16th CENTURY EUROPEAN ENCOUNTER WITH THE WOMEN OF INDIA

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How far did both the early British colonial government and Julius Nyerere’s TANU use ‘imagined communities’ as justification for their political actions in Tanzania?

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